Cops say 52-year-old Kenneth Derwin Clark showed Wendy’s employees exactly where the beef is. He first did it at night, and when the drive-thru employee greeted him, he turned on his interior light and exposed himself. Then, two days later he did the same thing twice more. Employees were less than impressed with “the beef” and police were called. They arrested him on charges of indecent exposure, open lewdness, disorderly conduct and driving with a suspended license.
An Austrian mechanic couldn’t pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride after a customer dropped off his $200,000 Lamborghini for repairs. After all, what’s the worst that could happen? Well, he crashed the car into a guardrail and flipped it over onto its roof, destroying the vehicle. The mechanic, and his buddy who came along for the ride, were lucky to escape serious injury.
Keveen Quintanilla gave bartender Ashleigh Cullen at the restaurant Curry Up Now his digits in the hope of landing a date. Well, he allegedly came back soon after and stacked a TV and other electronics by the rear door in hopes of stealing the product. The bartendress recognized him because he “had flirted with her” only 30 minutes before he tried to make off with the goods! To catch him officers texted him to set up a “date.” Quintanilla, thinking it was the bartender showed up and was arrested. Not the date he was probably hoping for and certainly not a cheap one.