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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