Innocent out-of-town yahoo plays with his new toy, gets remonstrated with.
Space Needle security called police just before 8:30 p.m. Tuesday after guests reported seeing a small drone buzz the top of the tower, according to police reports.
Witnesses claimed they saw the white drone, equipped with a camera, fly back to a hotel two blocks east of the Space Needle and land inside a fifth-floor unit.
I sympathize with the cops.
More stuff you couldn’t make up.
The more I think about this, the less I sympathize with the twit.
Honestly, you can’t make this stuff up.
I’ve seen drivers eating, shaving, even reading books propped on their steering wheels at low and high speeds, but I haven’t seen that.
But the problem was the dress was stolen from a local boutique.
She won’t be wearing the dress again.
They’ve figured it out. To attract women voters, they need to be more lowfalutin.
I think this qualifies as “asking for it.”
While he was being cited for indecent exposure — he was in “an indecent state” at a public swimming pool, police said — a Fayette County man allegedly invited a police officer to check out his YouTube channel.
The officer did. And what he watched led to additional charges.
Turns out Zachary Peak showed off his marijuana-growing operation on the online site, according to Peachtree City police.
When I was a toddler, my parents nearly died of the mumps, which is quite serious in adults. I’m old enough to remember when parents lived in fear that their children would catch whooping cough and other diseases that, because of vaccinations, have become no longer a worry–at least, not until the recent anti-vax fraud and the hysterical fools who fell for it.
Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health, said 3,458 cases of whooping cough have been reported since Jan. 1 — including 800 in the past two weeks. That total is more than all the cases reported in 2013.
I trust that Jenny McCarthy and her ilk are happy about the harm they have done.
The best analogy that occurs to me is investigating the effects of alcohol by chugging a quart of Wild Turkey.
You can’t make this stuff up.
Andrew James Joffe, 24, of Chuluota, called 911 in Polk county around 1:50 a.m. Thursday, saying he didn’t known his exact location, but that he was walking somewhere along Deen Still Road.
The “stolen property” in his kit included, amongst other items, a GPS device.
Via the Orlando Sentinel.
And yet more perfectly good electrons go to a pointless and empty end.
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, has instituted a SMS (that’s “texting”) 9-1-1 service. Natch, no one could have predicted . . . .
Later that evening, Allegheny County’s 911 center received its first emergency text message, county spokeswoman Amie Downs said. She did not have the exact language of the message, but she said it was someone reporting a possible drunken driver in the city of Pittsburgh.
The language of the message “seemed to indicate that they themselves were driving,” she said.
Pennsylvania has banned texting while driving since 2012.