Friday, December 20, 2013

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (12-21-2013)

There's creepy & then there's creepy.

Police in southern New Hampshire say a man dressed as Santa Claus was only trying to spread some cheer but ended up panicking officials when he knocked on school windows and entered the building.

The Nashua Telegraph reports ( ) that administrators at the Hollis Primary School called police around 10 a.m. Thursday after they saw the man running around the school, tapping on windows and waving at students.He was buzzed into the building but fled when he saw a look of alarm on a staffer's face.

Other schools and parents were notified and kids were kept inside for recess.

The man has contacted police to say he was only trying to spread "holiday cheer" and didn't mean to cause panic. Police aren't identifying him because he wasn't charged.

SIDE BAR: Why not just take the glasses of too?!
Mother's and daughters should be closer than close. After all a young girl learns how to be a woman by following their mother's example. But it is up to the mother to be someone who is worth emulating. Or else this is what happens.

A topless photograph of a mother and her teenaged daughter in their Missouri hot tub landed the mom in hot water with authorities.

The revealing picture of the 50-year-old mom and her 14-year-old daughter circulated among two high schools via social media, leading to a charge of child endangerment for the mom. It created an uproar that eventually prompted the police to book the mom on the misdemeanor charge earlier this month.

The woman's son attends one of the high schools where the photo was widely seen and he was roundly mocked by other students, media outlets said.

The women deliberately posed for the picture, according to St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar, because they concealed their nipples with their hands while leaving the rest of their chests exposed. 

"It certainly appeared that the picture was posed and it certainly had some sexual overtones".

The mother, whose name has been withheld to protect her daughter, denied that she posed. 

"I wasn't posing," she said. "I was getting out of the tub."

So, she got out of the tub and decided to press nipple with her daughter?! 

The photo was taken by the 14-year-old's younger sister and eventually was seen by an unknown number of eyes on Snapchat, a smartphone app that deletes a photo after a recipient has had a few seconds to look at it. 

The mom claimed that she told her daughter to immediately delete the picture. 

This is the 14-year-old's second round of exhibitionist trouble. Last year, she was ordered to take counseling because she distributed naked pictures of herself at school. 

Now we know who here influence is. 

A Texas man was robbed just moments after robbing a bank himself, police say.

What goes around comes around.

Larry Poulos of Arlington allegedly handed a teller at the Educational Employees Credit Union a deposit slip with the word "bomb" scrawled on the back Tuesday, according to the local media.

The teller initially thought he was just kidding, but soon realized he was legitimately trying to rob the place. She gave him more than $5,000 iin cash before he fled the store, according to the Dallas Observer, but not before he and his "I <3 Texas" shirt  we're caught on surveillance camera.

Oh yeah, some neighbors also called 911 because while Poulos was running back to his apartment, dollar bills were spilling out of the bag and trailing behind him.

Neighbors also reported that minutes after Poulous went into his apartment, two large men walked in, then came back out carrying a bag of cash.

Can you say loan sharks, bookies, and drug dealers?

When cops showed up at Poulos' apartment, they noted that he was not only wearing the same "I <3 Texas" shirt seen in the surveillance video, but he was also bleeding from his head. Both Poulos and his roommate told cops that Poulos had just been robbed.

The roommate also told cops that a few days earlier, Poulos told him he planned on robbing a bank.

Poulos faces federal robbery charges, while the folks who reportedly robbed him have not been caught.

His roommate was also arrested on an unrelated warrant.

Poulos isn't the only alleged crook to get karma-slapped near-instantly. In May, a man tried to steal a woman's cell phone and was hit by a bus immediately afterwards. He suffered only minor injuries.


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