SSN = Stupid Sister Numbskull

Louisiana woman Dion­dre Jones tried to check in at Slidell Memo­r­ial Hos­pi­tal using her sister’s Social Secu­rity num­ber and stupid sisterinsur­ance info, but a com­puter warned that “date of death pre­cedes date of ser­vice.” Jones told a secu­rity guard that she couldn’t explain how the wrong Social Secu­rity num­ber got in the sys­tem and that a clerk must have got­ten con­fused and typed in her sis­ter Delores’s name after see­ing it on the shirt. Which, by the way…was a shirt from her sister’s memo­r­ial ser­vice! Jones faces one count of Med­ic­aid fraud and charges for fail­ing to appear in court on a pre­vi­ous arrest. That’s one way to make your sis­ter proud…NOT!

Judes Exan­tus was flagged for rolling through a stop sign, a vio­la­tion he denied com­mit­ting. As the offi­cer was writ­ing the ticket, Exan­tus got agi­tated, telling him to hurry up so he could get on his way, but the cop said he couldn’t be any speed­ier with the equip­ment he had. At that point, Exan­tus called 911 to com­plain that his time was being wasted – a deci­sion that cost him even more time when the trooper added a charge of mis­us­ing 911 and took him to jail. He was released after post­ing $2000 bond.

Talk about an impres­sive bust. Police at the air­port in Madrid, Spain arrested a 43-year-old woman try­ing to smug­gle nearly four pounds of cocaine. Author­i­ties say the woman, who had arrived on a flight from Colom­bia, acted ner­vous enough to raise their sus­pi­cions. They searched her and noticed irreg­u­lar­i­ties in the shape of her breasts where it turns out she had stashed nearly 4 pounds of cocaine! She was taken to the hos­pi­tal for surgery and was imme­di­ately arrested afterwards.


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