Friday, December 6, 2013

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (12-7-2013)

Have you ever eaten a Wendy's hamburger and wondered if they use any "special" ingredients? Have you ever had a fast food worker mess up your order, and think to yourself that they must be high? Well.........

Wendy's employee Amy Seiner was arrested and soon became an ex-employee on Nov. 1, when a customer at the chain's Lovejoy, Ga. location called 911 on Nov. 1 and reported that she found a half-smoked blunt inside her burger.


Police say when they showed up, Seiber, 32, told them the blunt belonged to her, and that she "misplaced" it inside the cheeseburger. She was arrested for possession of marijuana. 
Seiner also inadvertently revealed that cannibus is one of the secret ingredient in Wendy's meaty chilli!!  NO, just kidding.

The customer said that she suffered from symptoms similar to food poisoning and had to be hospitalized. She also said that Wendy's offered to pay for her medical bills, and also gave her a $50 gift certificate. 

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that a fast foot employee has put a little something extra on a sandwich.

In July, a Subway "sandwich artist" that he placed his penis on the store's sandwich bread, and posted photos of the foot-long sausage sandwich to Instagram. I mean, he posted the 1 inch sausage sandwich on Instagram.

Earlier that month, the owner of a San Diego pizzeria was allegedly caughton video masterbating in the restaurant's kitchen

From now on I'm eating at home!

    One word......SAD!

Philadelphia police have released surveillance video complete with cartoon images from Dr. Seuss' "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" of two people stealing decorations outside a house last month.

Police released the video Thursday because they've been unable to locate or identify a "portly" woman in a white hooded jacket approaching the house about 2:15 a.m. Nov. 26.

The video shows her returning about an hour later this time with a male companion to steal more decorations, but leaving a pile of faux gifts on the home's front stoop.
I wonder if "portly" and the man realize that they are stealing decorations used in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, who's father gave Moses the 10 commandments. One of which is "Thou shalt not steal." No, probably not.

The video on the city police YouTube channel includes captions illustrated with images from the animated TV special, including one of the Grinch using a magnet to pull nails from a fireplace mantle so he can steal Christmas stockings.

I've heard of people stealing cars, money,  clothes, and even hearts. But what this guy stoled really takes balls.

According to media reports a family who came home from a trip to find their locks changed and a stranger living in their house.

Robert Carr told the local media that he filed what is called a "quiet title," laying claim to the house, which he said, was abandoned.

"When you abandon something, you forfeit all your rights and title to it, and title is not a piece of paper, title is when you grab it and say 'Mine,'” said Carr.

My daughter used to grab things and say "mine". But of course she was 2 at the time.

The family is in the process of going to court in the hopes of getting their home back. 

Carr was arrested Wednesday on charges of breaking and entering and theft. Police said Carr has pulled similar stunts to lay claim to at least two other houses.

Carr scrawled "offer rejected" on his indictment.
Like it really matters.

Carr also said police violated his civil rights “upon the inheritance of (his) free will as a man identified U.S. citizen.”

He's being held on $40,000 bond.



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