5th graders learning how to party!


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A woman set a man’s car on fire in Jack­sonville, Florida after he refused to buy her a McFlurry at McDonald’s. Wit­nesses said the woman was angry after she asked for a McFlurry and the man she was with refused to buy her one. Tthe woman then grabbed the man’s keys and headed to his car. One wit­ness stated that the woman then began to pour alco­hol and gaso­line on the man’s car, lit it on fire, and then ran off. Offi­cials said once the fire was out, the man left with his car.

Whiskey and chain­saw are a bru­tal com­bi­na­tion. A drunken Louisville, Ky., man carved up another person’s car dur­ing an argu­ment on Sat­ur­day night, author­i­ties say. Joshua Keene, 33, was look­ing to leave his home in a four-wheeler in pur­suit of more whiskey when the alter­ca­tion started. Accord­ing to WAVE 3 News, Keene knocked the vic­tim down and started pulling her hair. Keene then grabbed a chain­saw from the garage and severely dam­aged the victim’s car, cut­ting into the hood and break­ing the wind­shield. The sus­pect fled on foot, but was found by Louisville cops nearby. He was charged with crim­i­nal mis­chief, fourth-degree assault and pub­lic intoxication.

A super­in­ten­dent says a Michi­gan teacher gave non-alcoholic beer to a class­room of fifth graders as part of a his­tory les­son. Super­in­ten­dent Ed Koledo says the teacher allowed Hyatt Ele­men­tary stu­dents in Lin­den to sam­ple O’Doul’s that was brought to school by a stu­dent to rep­re­sent ale com­mon in the 1700s and con­sumed at the time because of the scarcity of clean water. Koledo says the teacher made an “inap­pro­pri­ate choice.” O’Doul’s is adver­tised as non-alcoholic beer, but con­tains a small amount of alco­hol. Liquor Con­trol Com­mis­sion spokes­woman Andrea Miller says giv­ing O’Doul’s or sim­i­lar drinks to minors can be pros­e­cuted as a mis­de­meanor in Michi­gan. No one has been charged.

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