Cat vomit or Grape Nuts?

The officer who took Jimmy Whipple’s report about having his firearm stolen entered the information into the system, which raised a red flag when Whipple’s name came up on the no-gun list. A deputy went out to Whipple’s home to have a discussion about the matter and found the 47-year-old on the scene, along with several half-smoked joints, assorted drug paraphernalia, and a bottle of illicitly obtained prescription painkillers. Cops then squeezed Whipple on several felony counts.

Darius Stacy walked into a convenience store and grabbed a pack of cigarillos and a beer, which he cracked open and took a sip, then emptied over the clerk’s head!  After leaving the premises briefly, Stacy returned, ate some mini-tacos from a display and treated himself to another brewski before the employee called cops. When a deputy arrived on the scene, Stacy let loose a string of obscenities and then kicked the officer in the face – earning himself a jolt from the officer’s taser, as well as a list of charges including larceny, battery and property damage.

cat vomitDuring a live broadcast, Connecticut weatherman WFSB-TV, Hartford, Scot Haney picked up what he and his fellow anchors believed to be Grape Nuts left on the floor of the studio during the morning news and
gobbled them down. He said, “They taste like shoes.” Haney eventually realized the substance was actually cat vomit!  ”Ladies and gentlemen, those were not Grape Nuts that I ate.  My cat threw up, and I must have stepped in it and that’s what I ate. I ate cat vomit, right here on television. It’s disgusting… I’m going to throw up!”  

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