Good cop, bad timeing

Paul Har­bord, had been drink­ing all day with friends at a pub in Old Shot­ton and had been told to bad copexpect “enter­tain­ment” shortly before a woman walked into the bar dressed as an offi­cer.  “Look, here is one of the strip­pers!” Har­bord allegedly yelled.  Har­bord danced around the offi­cer and flicked her with a bar towel before being placed under arrest.  Turns out she was a real offi­cer after all, who came to inves­ti­gate a call about some rowdy folks at the pub.He did not believe she was a real police offi­cer until she took him to the sta­tion for pro­cess­ing.  Har­bord pleaded guilty to obstruct­ing an offi­cer and was sen­tenced to six months of probation.

Ohio woman Sheila Ranea Crab­tree is peti­tion­ing the court to let her legally change her name to some­thing she feels bet­ter suits her – “Sexy.” Her rea­son is sim­ple. She explains, “I do wear a lot of Victoria’s Secret clothes and my hus­band calls me sexy all the time. It’s kind of like my per­son­al­ity. I just love to be adven­tur­ous, have fun and do all kinds of things.” She has a Feb­ru­ary 11th date with a judge to see if he’ll allow the name change. If not, she says she’ll choose the name “Sparkle.”

ANSA, a school in Italy, reported the fifth-grade teacher at a Catholic school in bor­rowed a USB drive from a par­ent to show her class music videos from the 1980s, but when she inserted the drive into her classroom’s dig­i­tal black­board it dis­played a few sec­onds of porno­graphic images!  The school prin­ci­pal apol­o­gized for the inci­dent, say­ing it was unin­ten­tional and the teacher had not checked the USB drive after bor­row­ing it. The chil­dren are being given psy­cho­log­i­cal coun­sel­ing and expla­na­tions about human behav­ior to help them under­stand the images they saw, offi­cials said.


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