Friday Fails For March 1st
Burrito Bully Beans Boy
Police arrest 36-year-old Erik Brown after they say he slapped a 16-year-old boy in the face with a Taco Bell burrito. According to the arrest report, the boy was having a “verbal altercation” with his mother and brother-in-law. It was during the argument when police say Brown asked the mother to bring him the burrito. Police say Brown took the burrito and threw it with force at the boy’s face. That's a waste of a perfectly good burrito!
Snow Plow Driver Fired After Youtube Video
If you're a snowplow driver it's really stupid to purposely bury cars along the road. It's even more stupid to record it. It's beyond stupid to put it on Youtube, but that's what some clown from Lowell, Massachusetts did after a major blizzard. He defended himself, saying that he had no choice but to bury the cars in order to widen the streets and that he can't help it if he had fun while doing his job. A city manager said the video was appalling, adding, "The words stupid, moronic -- those certainly apply. It was truly just a bad reflection on the hard work that so many people do." How about as punishment he has to SHOVEL the cars back out! (CBS)
When Did People Start Thinking 911 Was A Delivery Service?
A 52-year-old man in Indiana who had a hankering for a cheeseburger called 911 nine times within a 90 minute span in the hopes that they would bring him one. According to police, Gregory Jackson Sr. has a long criminal history in New Castle and has even done time for theft, dealing drugs and criminal recklessness. Jackson also had a warrant out for his arrest because he recently failed to appear at a hearing. I wonder if they have cheeseburger's in the pokey? (WISHTV.COM)
There's Better Ways To Impress Your Girlfriend
Florida resident Christopher Sharp allegedly pretended to be a Pasco County Sheriff's deputy for six months in order to impress his live-in (now ex) girlfriend, the Sun Sentinel reported. In reality, Sharp was working at a local Pizza Hut. Apparently he took the deputy uniform from his sister's boyfriend. Sharp allegedly told investigators that he had come up with the idea to impress his girlfriend, and that he never actually attempted to enforce laws or pull anyone over. Nevertheless, he was charged with impersonating a law enforcement officer and taken into custody on $2,000 bond.