August 22, 2014
9:46 pm
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Stupid News for 11/25/13

    A New Mexico man is suing the police after authorities gave him multiple enemas, an X-ray, and even a colonoscopy because cops say he appeared to clench his butt cheeks when they pulled him over. The entire search, which took place at a hospital, lasted about 14 hours. And, at the end of it all, no drugs were found. David Eckert has now lawyered up and is suing everyone involved in the incident.

      A Georgia teenager got a real wake-up call when his mom called cops to rouse him after his repeated refusal to get out of bed and go to school. The 14-year-old allegedly tussled with his mom for refusing to let him sleep in on a school day - a habit that's resulted in him racking up 30 tardy arrivals this year alone. She threatened to splash water on him to get him out of bed, and when she followed through, he went on a rampage, breaking a mirror and a large vase. The woman then called 911 to report the boy, leading cops to take him to the local courthouse for a hearing before a juvenile judge.

      A Tennessee woman's craving for the Golden Arches landed her in some silver handcuffs - after she intentionally ran over her boyfriend for refusing to take her to McDonald's for a late-night snack. Crystal Brooks and her beau had been out drinking when she got a hankering for some Mickey D's, and suggested they go grab a bite. But the boyfriend wanted to go somewhere else to eat - which didn't sit will with Brooks. She demanded he let her out of his pickup truck, and when the man got out of the driver's seat to comply, she pushed him out of the way and jumped behind the wheel. Brooks then rammed him with the truck, backed up and hit him again, then a third time for good measure. While she insisted he jumped onto the hood voluntarily, witnesses said otherwise, leading cops to arrest her on charges of aggravated assault.

 
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