Fishy foulup

big-mouth-billy-bassApparently it’s over when the mounted fish sings … according to authorities in Rochester, Minnesota, a Big Mouth Billy Bass fish prevented the robbery of a tackle shop. The singing fish, which was mounted on the wall near the front door of the Hooked on Fishing tackle shop, would start singing “Take Me to the River” by Al Green every time a customer entered the store. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office believes that late Sunday night, in the course of breaking the door to gain entry (and doing $700 worth of damage in the process), the would-be burglar activated the fish and was most likely scared off. The intruder left without taking a thing.

Officers showed up at a wild party at Pi Kappa Phi about 3:20 a.m. While the officers were shutting down the party, Noah McCall allegedly “urinated off the rear staircase directly onto a uniformed police officer.”  McCall’s urine allegedly dribbled on the cop’s head and faceThe officer was taken to a local hospital to be treated for “bodily fluid exposure,” according to the police report. Shortly after the incident, McCall was taken into custody and charged with third-degree reckless assault.  He also was charged with possession of a phony Florida driver’s license, The Smoking Gun reported.

Just when you thought taking a selfie at a funeral was bad, a teenager in Alabama has done something even worse. A high school senior is facing disciplinary action after she posted a photo of herself next to a dead body on Instagram. The student was on an anatomy school field trip to the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s biology department and snapped a smiling selfie next to a cadaver. She eventually removed the photo from Instagram but a classmate took a screen grab of it and notified the school. The University is obviously upset, because students aren’t supposed to have cell phones inside the department, let alone remove a sheet from a cadaver. She is likely to face disciplinary punishment.

 

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