Tuesday, December 13, 2011

WATCH: Smelly Situations; Man Injects Unknown Substance Into Water Bottles; Homeless Man Finds Credit Card, Gets a Pedicure

A Chick-fil-A restaurant employee is without a job, after she printed “Ching” and “Chong” on the receipt of two Asian customers. A pizza joint in South Carolina pulled the same stunt with two black women earlier this year and an UCLA student was expelled after an epic racist YouTube rant.

Christopher Slaughter, 26, is charged with tampering with a consumer product after a store employee witnessed him injecting bottles of water with an unknown substance. The quick-thinking store employee removed the tainted bottles from the shelves and called police.

A Dunbar, Fla. man was arrested for operating a pirate radio station that broadcast gospel and public service announcements -- which licensed radio stations weren't doing. Even the police chief is conflicted.

Washington, DC is serious about its residents recycling and inspectors dig through trash to find violations. Take Patricia White for example. She has been fined eight times (or more than $2,000) for failing to recycle cat litter. Cause dems the rules.

Meanwhile, in NYC, 91-year-old Blanche Pierce is planning to take on the city for issuing her tickets for not having a lid on her trash can. Granny Blanche hasn't owned a trash can for 10 year nor does she have a money tree, so the Dept. of Sanitation can suck it!

Wat's that smell?!

One of the largest mall operators in the country is evicting pet stores from all of their mall locations -- replacing them with with pet adoption centers, which ill occupy the spaces rent-free.

Some racist person(s) is personally delivering hate mail to Hispanics in Garland, Texas.

If we were homeless and a found a credit card lying on the street, the first thing we'd probably do is get a nice meal, buy some bottles of good liquor, a change of clothes or a night a nice hotel -- but, Jonah Lee Troutman is cut from a different cloth. The 27-year-old was arrested Saturday in Volusia County, Fla. after he found a woman's credit card on a sidewalk and tried to use it to pay for a pedicure. He told police he thought the Mastercard was a gift card and that finding it was a "blessing from god." He took the card -- and his crusty feet -- to a local salon and after he got his feed did, the shop owner tried to swiped the card twice, but it was declined. Police was called and Jonah -- who has been in and out of jail more than a dozen times for everything from drug possession to assault on a police officer -- was arrested and charged with petty theft and illegal use of a credit card.

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