Friday, November 15, 2013

Just When You a Thought You Heard It All News (11-16-2013)

I have always been a big fan of super heroes. Batman, Superman, Aquaman, and Mr. T.....,Mr. T is to a Super hero, and of course my father. (Insert smile and one tear here.) But I would never name my son Batman Brown. On second thought that sounds kinda cool! But, NO! 
If I named my children after things I like their names would be, Pay Day, Vacation Day & Buffet.

Hey, it's a tough name to live up to.

Three years ago, Singapore man Batman bin Suparman whose name translates to "Batman son of Superman"....LOL, became an Internet celebrity after a picture of his ID card surfaced.

Now 23, Batman is back in the news after getting sentenced on Monday to three years in jail on a variety of charges. Batman was arrested in August, after surveillance video showed him stealing the equivalent of $400 from a store according to court documents.

In addition Batman stole the ATM cardof his brother, Nurazman Suparman, and fraudulently used it to make purchases totally about $680. He also pleaded guilty to unrelated counts of theft and heroin consumption.

Some fans of Batman have expressed their dismay on the Batman Bin Suparman Fan Club Facebook page, lamenting that their hero "has fallen to the Dark Side." Others have called for someone to break him out of jail. Police have nothing to fear. Planet Kryton blew up years ago. But they have to remember that he is still a billionaire with a huge cave, a fancy utility built, and a butler who will do anything he asks.

The stupidity of criminals never ceases to amaze me.

Four dumb young men who Instagrammed photos of themselves after purchasing $120 worth of fast food with a stolen credit card now have another photo to post on Instagram: a mug shot. Bet that’ll look pretty snazzy with an antique filter.

After a series of break-ins at a hotel parking lot, one of the victims noticed that she had a charge for $120 worth of food from Carl’s Jr. on her card. As salivatingly awesome as that may be, it was not her own purchase, and the police set out to find the perpetrator.

Once police arrived at the Carl’s Jr. location, they questioned an employee who offered up a license plate number, as well as an account of how she recognized one of the men in the car from a local high school.

Officers then learned photos of the thieves’ purchase may have been posted to an Instagram account. They checked the account and found a photo believed to be one of the suspects eating the food they purchased on the stolen card. With all that fast food goodness, it seems that the alleged hamburglars didn’t think the police could ketchup. Rim shot please!

Using this wealth of information, police were able to track down the vehicle in question. Upon finding it contained items reported stolen from the hotel parking lot, the four suspects were arrested.

Hopefully they enjoyed that meal, because it’s a heck of a lot better than whatever they’ll get to eat in jail  even if it was just Carl’s Jr.

Where do I begin with the endless bad judgement of these young dumb men?

If you're going to steal, and you shouldnt by the way. But if you absolutely must risk going to jail at least eat at a 5 star restaurant not a gourmet McDonalds.

There has been no shortage of crazy people calling the Police for nonsense. I've heard stories about a woman calling the Police because her crack dealer shorted her, and another jerk called the Police because he got the wrong order at McDonalds. But this guy........

Fellas, here's a lesson in how not to end a one-night stand. Or a good reason not to have one at all.

Wisconsin man Benjamin Duddles, 41, called police to remove a woman who was asleep in his bed and snoring so loudly he couldn't get to sleep.

Duddles spent the evening with the woman drinking and having "relations" before turning in for the night, according to a Waukesha Police Department report.

But the cuddle puddle with Duddles soon turned into trouble. LOL!

Duddles dialed police at 4 a.m. Sunday to ask that police come and take the woman from his home. He said she was "snoring like a freight train," according to the report. Police said the man sounded "extremely intoxicated" on the phone.

Still, they went to Duddles' residence to assess the situation. They determined that the woman who has sleep apnea -- was medically fine.

Police explained to Duddles that no crime had been committed and it was not a police matter because he let her into his home.

Officers then directed Duddles to his couch and advised him to work out his "issue" when he woke up. 


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