October 21, 2014
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Stupid News for 7/2/14

     A Pennsylvania gun vendor may face criminal charges after accidentally shooting a woman in the leg while demonstrating a concealed carry wallet holster at a gun show. Krysta Gearhart was taken to the hospital after gun seller Geoffrey Hawk, the owner of In Case of Emergency, shot her in the thigh with a semi-automatic .380. The demonstration is usually done with plastic models, but Hawk used a real gun with a round in the chamber. A witness said, "Everybody paused for a second and their initial reaction was making sure there wasn't more, and then they rushed to her aid. I think the dealers were upset because it makes them look bad." Hawk could be charged with reckless endangermen, and get two years in prison and a $5,000 fine. A sign at the show plainly stated that "loaded weapons are not allowed."


     Police raided a Florida barbershop over the weekend and took its owner to jail after allegedly discovering that the establishment doubled as an illegal strip club. Officers raided Super Fades barbershop and allegedly found a 17-year-old girl and other women stripping inside the business. They were also able to purchase $20 worth of vodka at the shop. This was not the first time agents have gone to the shop, but it was the first time they made an arrest. A police rep said, "On each and every occasion they were serving alcohol and they had strippers. And, not strippers following local law, but strippers that went completely nude."  Business owner Derrick Dekeith Price was taken to jail, and other arrests may be coming. FYI, a stripper pole that was featured in the shop was removed.
     

     A truck driver allegedly saw an Illinois state trooper speeding on the highway while talking on his cellphone, so he decided to honk his horn in order to show his disapproval. After his judgmental toot, the trooper pulled Brian Miner over and threatened to give him a ticket for unlawful use of a horn. Miner taped the entire encounter and posted the clip on YouTube. The officer is aggressive at first, but he changes his tune after Miner informs him that their exchange is being recorded. The trooper eventually apologizes to Miner and declines to give him a ticket. At the end of the clip, Miner says, "And that's what happens when they know you're recording."
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