Mindless drivel: April 2006

Mindless drivel

Monday, April 24, 2006

Interesting occpuation

BSO: 76-year-old man went door-to-door giving fake breast exams

LAUDERDALE LAKES -- A 76-year-old man was arrested after going door-to-door and offering free breast exams, the Broward Sheriff's office said on Wednesday.
At least two women took him up on his proposal, said BSO spokesman Hugh Graf

Here's what Graf said happened around 9 a.m. on Wednesday:

An elderly drove to an apartment complex near the 3200 block of Northwest 40th Street. He was carrying a black doctor's style bag when he walked up to a building and spotted a 36-year-old woman.

He told the woman that he was in the neighborhood offering free breast exams. The woman let the man into her apartment and he began his exam. After touching the victim's breasts, the man moved his hand to her genitals and assaulted her. The woman quickly realized that the man not a real doctor and she called BSO.

Read the entire article HERE

A couple observations:
1. Boy, I would be fooled too if some dude came to my house with a black bag and told me he was a doctor and wanted to feel my bits and pieces. Well, of course you can! You are obviously a professional!
2. He may have worked for the Howard Stern show. Howard routinely gives breast exams FREE OF CHARGE!

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Big Country and Peanut rob a stripper!

If there ever was a need for a movie version of a news story, I think this is it!
I do NOT want to mess with Big Country. Dude is 7'2 and 460 pounds. At least the girl got away mostly unharmed.
In describing her ordeal she said: "I'm not going to do any more private sessions until . . . I hire somebody as a bouncer."
Well put!

Read the entire article HERE.

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Pop pee person pleads

DeLAND -- A former convenience-store worker who urinated in a soda that was sold to an unsuspecting customer pleaded no contest to felony charges Thursday.

Anthony R. Mesa, 21, was taken into custody and will remain in jail until he is sentenced for tampering with a consumer product, a first-degree felony punishable by up to 30 years in prison. Read the entire article HERE.

The term "tampering with a consumer product" is an understatement. Dude took a whiz in somebody's pop...ewwwww!

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