Take one for the team!

WV logoKorey Har­ris, a sopho­more defen­sive line­man for the West Vir­ginia Moun­taineers, entered a home and held the res­i­dents at gun­point while his accom­plices ran­sacked the place, grab­bing elec­tron­ics, jew­elry and cash. A sur­veil­lance cam­era cap­tured the inci­dent, show­ing Har­ris clad in the same prac­tice sweats he sported on numer­ous tapes made by the school’s foot­ball pro­gram. Not to men­tion his team jer­sey. A spokesman for the school indi­cated he wouldn’t be able to “steal” back his spot on the team

Melinda Walker was at home with her five-year-old grand­son when three men forced their way in and demanded she turn over her valu­ables, but rather than com­ply, she grabbed the gui­tar shaped con­troller from Gui­tar Hero and began smack­ing one of the intrud­ers over the head again and again. She pushed a sec­ond intruder down a flight of stairs and they even­tu­ally fled empty-handed.

A British woman became the “mane” attrac­tion at her local McDonald’s after she rode her horse into the restau­rant only to have it drop a steam­ing, smelly quarter-pounder right in the mid­dle of the floor. The woman, whose name was not released, ini­tially tried to ride the horse into the drive-thru lane of the restau­rant, but was told that it was against com­pany pol­icy to serve any­one on horse­back due to safety rea­sons. She then dis­mounted and brought the ani­mal through the front door, where it promptly offered its opin­ion about the sur­round­ings. Cops arrived and issued a sum­mons, writ­ing up a police report that noted, “The sight and smell of this caused obvi­ous dis­tress and upset to cus­tomers try­ing to eat.”

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