An unnamed 24-year-old Novato, California, man has been arrested after police allegedly found 5 pounds of marijuana, about a half-ounce of Ecstasy, a pound of psychedelic mushrooms, a digital scale, small plastic baggies, three cellphones and nearly $2,000 in currency in his car. The man was already on probation for a previous drug trafficking conviction and might’ve avoided his latest arrest had he not bragged about his activities on Facebook.
The Sun claims a Worcester, Massachusetts Burger King is under fire for posting the following sign in their restaurant: “You are ONLY allowed ONE overdose and then you are banned from this establishment.”The sign was posted to deter junkies from overdosing in the restaurants bathroom.
The Burger King has had nine overdoses since last August.
Burger King released the following statement: “The actions of this Team Member were an isolated incident and do not reflect the Burger King brand values or the values of the Franchisee, who independently owns and operates this restaurant.”
After responding to a domestic disturbance call in Sebastian, Florida, Pamela Alonge apologized to officers for arguing loudly with her boyfriend in the backyard. As for the boyfriend, he was evasive and argumentative and refused to identify himself. As he was being arrested, he finally said his name was ‘Captain Dickhead.’ The captain was later identified as Joseph Boren and he now faces an obstruction charge.
An unnamed Austrian man went on Facebook and warned other motorists about a local speed trap, saying that ‘two smurfs’ were standing with lasers on a local highway. Our Facebook friend now faces a $197 fine. However, the fine isn’t for tipping others off about the speed trap, but for describing police officers as “smurfs.” Authorities fined the man for violating “public decency” by “defaming two police officers.”
Reno high school student Noah Christiansen called the offices of Nevada Rep. Mark Amodei last week to request the nation’s leaders “get off their f*cking asses” and pass gun reform laws to help keep students safe in schools. Although lawmakers remain on their asses, Christiansen no longer has to worry about being shot in school. At least he won’t have to worry for the two days he was suspended from Robert McQueen High School after the congressman’s office called the school’s principal to complain about his disrespectful behavior and language.