Bad Credit "unzipped"

credit card underpantsA Florida man is fac­ing bur­glary charges after he revealed too much to police by for­get­ting his right to zip his pants.  Offi­cers spot­ted Antwan Mayes walk­ing around the park­ing lot of a gym and peek­ing into the win­dows of var­i­ous cars, jig­gling the locks of some of them. They fol­lowed his SUV from the premises and pulled him over, dis­cov­er­ing he had a light fix­ture stolen from a car at another gym, sev­eral smart­phones, jew­elry, for­eign money, and some mail from a house rob­bery.  They also noticed some­thing strange about his pants which came undone dur­ing ques­tion­ing and exposed…a stack of stolen credit cards.  One of the deputies noted, “I could see [the cards] stick­ing out of the front slit of his under­wear.”  

Mel­bourne, FL police said they responded to an alarm at the CVS Phar­macy. When they’d arrived they imme­di­ately heard noises and then it seemed their ques­tions were answered from above when the bur­glar Alex McBride fell from the ceil­ing!  Bur­glary tools & stolen pre­scrip­tions in his pos­ses­sion.  Sgt. Sheri­dan Shel­ley said, “When they fall into your hands like that, it’s rare.” McBride, was arrested on a bur­glary charge. And he was out on pro­ba­tion for an ear­lier conviction,

Ari­zona man James Valen­zuela got hot under the col­lar after see­ing an ad for an evening of male bur­lesque hang­ing on the wall of his local water­ing hole, so he whipped out his lighter and set it ablaze. Valen­zuela allegedly bolted from the estab­lish­ment, hopped a fence and watched as the flames spread, caus­ing about $2000 in dam­ages. He told police that he torched the poster because it was show­ing men with their shirts off and he did not like that.

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