Ice Cream Scream

Jason Mar­tin, 41, got into an alter­ca­tion with 39-year-old Richard Hen­der­son in their Kent neigh­bor­hood after Hen­der­son sent Mar­tin a text mes­sage ask­ing him to turn down his music. This is where the tus­sle gets inter­est­ing.  Mar­tin appar­ently bit down on Henderson’s din­gle through his paja­mas so force­fully that it became detached! Mar­tin claims the alle­ga­tions against him are impos­si­ble, telling the court, “I have only got a cou­ple of teeth in the lower part of my mouth, I can’t even bite into a hard-boiled egg.” How­ever, he does admit he has den­tures, though he says they are only “for cos­metic rea­sons.” 

A Chicago law­suit alleges a woman’s breast implant was rup­tured by an overzeal­ous hug from a restau­rant door­man.  Kelli Belpedio’s law­suit, alleges she entered Chicago’s Epic Restau­rant and was imme­di­ately hugged by door­man Schyler Trues­dell, described in the suit as “a for­mer col­lege foot­ball offen­sive line­man who weighs approx­i­mately 300 pounds.”  She felt a pain in the right side of her chest and a pres­sure against her right arm,” the law­suit states. When Kelli Bel­pe­dio awoke the next morn­ing her right breast implant was deflated! Belpedio’s law­suit says Truesdell’s bosses should have told him “that door­man duties and poli­cies at Epic Restau­rant did not include bear hug­ging cus­tomers.”  The suit is seek­ing $50,000 in damages.

ice cream truckI scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream but most of us wouldn’t run after the ice cream truck with a gun in front of a pack of school age kids! South Car­olina man Richard Lee Hill report­edly got hot-headed when the truck parked next to his home, and he grabbed his weapon to have a dis­cus­sion with the dri­ver — most of which turned out to be four-letter words. Hill grabbed his gun, scream­ing that there was “no [bleep­ing] solic­i­ta­tion” allowed and scar­ing away the kids assem­bled to buy some sweets. The dri­ver called cops, who went to Hill’s home and found him sit­ting in his yard, where he admit­ted to point­ing the loaded weapon and called it “a dumb mistake.”

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