Thursday, July 17, 2008

Her license plate says it all.

Woman Accused of Bribing Cop With Sex, Cash to Avoid Arrest
An Iron Mountain, Mich., woman is accused of trying to get out of a drunken driving arrest by offering sex and $10,000 to a Wisconsin Dells police officer.
Witnesses called police last Friday when they saw an intoxicated driver with the Michigan license plate "TROUBLE" leave a Wisconsin Dells parking lot.
A criminal complaint says 30-year-old Elizabeth Ann Kommes was given a sobriety test, was arrested, then made her offer.
Kommes is charged with drunken driving as a fifth offense, bribing a public official and driving with a revoked license.

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Apple announced today that it has been developing a iTit that can store and play music. This has been hailed as a major social breakthrough, because women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.
The iTit will cost from $499 to $699, depending on cup and speaker size. And it should be avaiable this fall.
To find out more about it APPLE

That moment just before the pain begins...



Thanks Richard

Mad Izatie said...
OUCH at the guys with the bullhorn in his leg and up his butt.


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11-Year-Old Junior Cop Has Drivers Hitting the Brakes

Police can't be everywhere, so 11-year-old Landon Wilburn is on patrol in the Stone Lakes subdivision in Louisville. Landon told The Courier-Journal he used to shout at speeders to slow down — then had a better idea.
Dressed in a reflective vest, wearing a bicycle helmet and armed with a Hot Wheels brand radar gun, he points and records the speed of passing traffic.
The boy also carries a flashlight with a built-in siren.

Subdivision resident George Ayers said he has seen drivers lock up their brakes when they saw Landon clocking them.

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Woman Awakens From Surgery to Find Panty-Line Tattoo
A New Jersey woman has sued her orthopedic surgeon after awakening from surgery to find a temporary tattoo below her panty line.
Her attorney, Gregg A. Shivers, said that "She was extremely emotionally upset by it."
Her surgeon, Steven Kirshner, does not deny he placed a tattoo on Mateo. His lawyer, Robert Agre, said that the doctor has left washable marks on patients before to improve their spirits as they heal.
"What's offensive about this complaint is that it suggests something he did was intended to be prurient, and nothing could be further from the truth," Agre told the paper. "It was intended just to make the patient feel better." Mateo is seeking punitive and compensatory damages.
S&M Barbie
Barbie's new S&M look has whipped up a storm – with protesters dubbing it "filth".
The doll’s image is transformed with kinky fishnets, motorcycle jacket, black gloves and boots.
Makers Mattel say Black Canary Barbie, out in September, is based on a DC comic superhero of the same name.
But religious group Christian Voice said: "Barbie has always been on the tarty side and this is taking it too far.
A children’s doll in sexually suggestive clothing is irresponsible – it’s filth."
Video captures pizza employee's dad robbing store
After a pizza restaurant employee fought off a robber, his disguise fell off to reveal something shocking; he was an employee's father.
The daughter of the man who attempted to rob the Denton Pizza Patron while she was on duty said she didn't know of her father's plans.
"Rudy hit him and the wig fell off and the glasses flew away and that's when I knew it was my dad," said Stephanie Martinez, Benjamin Ramirez's daughter.
Police said the gun was a toy gun.
Martinez's husband bonded out of jail. She said she believes both he and her mother did not know anything about the robbery.
While the owner told Martinez to take some time off, she said she will not be returning because she is too embarrassed.
Man dressed as penis must apologize
19-year-old man must make an apology to the city of Saratoga Springs for dressing as an inflatable 6-foot penis and then parading across SPAC's stage at the high school's graduation last month.
Calvin Morett of 337 Pyramid Pine Estates must also pay to have the letter published in the Saratogian newspaper as part of a City Court sentence that calls for him to pay $95 in court fees and perform 24 hours of community service. Morett had previously pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, a violation.