The jaws of booze

bite out of carSelina Day and two friends were parked near a fast food restaurant when 26-year-old Rhian Jeremiah approached. She was “aggressive and angry” after drinking. She came up to the car and tried to rip the door open, there was a bit of an argument and then she sunk her teeth into the part of the car above the window!   To everyone’s surprise she was pretty successful and the passengers heard “metal crunching!” The damage to the car’s metal work cost hundred of dollars to repair and Jeremiah was sentenced to a 12-month community order and will be required to attend 20 alcohol abuse counseling sessions.

 Jim Cantore, the Weather Channel’s severe weather expert, was reporting on the winter weather on the College of Charleston campus when a man ran into his shot while screaming at the top of his lungs. Cantore didn’t miss a beat and continued to explain the weather phenomenon while raising his knee to the intruder’s groin!  The intruder was more stunned then hurt quickly changed his course to get out of the shot.  Later, Charleston resident Jeremy McLellan took credit on social media for rushing into Cantore’s shot.

The Jacksonville, FL Sheriff’s Office said a man, masked in a bandanna and armed with what looked like a handgun attempted to enter a Fifth Third Bank branch in Arlington through a side door around 4:30 p.m. Monday, but he was unable to get into the building because it was an “exit only” door locked from the inside!  The suspect attempted to flee on his bicycle, but was stopped and taken into custody by a police officer.  Police said they have not yet determined the man’s intentions at the bank. It was unclear whether the object he was carrying was a real gun.

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