Nuts about Ninjas

Bridgett Dixon left her Plymouth Neon smack dab in the middle of some railroad tracks, with the door open and keys in the ignition. She ran from the scene screaming that the car was stuck. Dixon was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. She told the responding officer that she was tired of trains going through town, blowing their whistles, when she is downtown and on the phone, and intended to let her car be smashed so she could find out who was driving the train.

Swedish police said a drunken 20-year-old apparently wandered into the wrong house and crawled into bed with a 70-year-old man.  Police say the elderly man woke up around 3:30 a.m. to discover the young man sleeping next to him in
bed. “He got a bit of a shock. He’d been sleeping with earplugs as it was quite noisy in the area,” police spokesman Max Forsstrom said. Police arrived and awoke the 20-year-old, who officers said was apologetic. The man explained his house was less than a mile away and he must have simply entered the wrong house in his intoxicated state.

ninjaA Chicago PD spokesperson said a 17-year-old told police he was standing outside when two men dressed in black and wearing ninja masks jumped from a black van and shot him! The police investigated the area and were unable to find the ninjas responsible for the crime. Or any crime.  Police confronted the teen at the hospital, where he admitted to the fake story and told police the truth. He apparently was in the backseat of a friend’s car when the gun accidentally went off and he shot his lower groin area. The teen’s injuries are not life threatening and he remains in stable condition.

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