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burglar-computerA bur­glar in Min­nesota might just be the dumb­est guy in the world after he broke into a house and decided to check Face­book from the homeowner’s com­puter. He, of course, for­got to log off, so catch­ing him was pretty easy.

The home­owner, James Wood, returned to his house to find it had been bur­glar­ized and ran­sacked. He was miss­ing cash, credit cards and watches. He also found some wet clothes, which weren’t his, and assumed they belonged to the bur­glar because it was a rainy night. He then went on the com­puter and saw the Face­book pro­file of 26-year-old Nicholas Wig.

Oh, but it gets bet­ter. Wood posted a mes­sage to Wig to inform him that he knew he had bro­ken into his house, posted his phone num­ber and asked him to con­tact him. And Wig did. He texted later in the day. Wood told him that he had left some clothes at his house and wanted to get them back to him. So Wig agreed to meet up with him to retrieve his wet clothes – and that’s when police came and arrested him. Wig was even wear­ing the watch he had stolen from Wood’s home. He could face up to 10 years in prison.
A Ten­nessee park ranger says he was fired for danc­ing on the job after a vis­i­tor to Coolidge Park in Chat­tanooga posted a video of him bust­ing a move on Face­book. Accord­ing to Deryl Nel­son, his super­vi­sors were not impressed with the video and he was ter­mi­nated for “con­duct unbe­com­ing of a pub­lic employee.”

Melissa Par­sons posted the video online after cap­tur­ing it on her cell­phone because she didn’t think Nelson’s moves were appro­pri­ate for chil­dren to see.

As a par­ent and see­ing all the par­ents that were cov­er­ing their kids eyes and turn­ing their heads away, it wasn’t some­thing you would expect to see in Coolidge Park or any­where from a grown man, espe­cially a man in uni­form,” Par­sons told New­Chan­nel 9 WTVC. “He went all the way to the ground, he came back up from the ground, he was grab­bing areas that you would see on a rated R movie.” Accord­ing to city records, Nel­son was sus­pended for five days for “address­ing inap­pro­pri­ate remarks to a co-worker” in 2013. Nel­son started danc­ing at the park after he jumped in with a group of vis­i­tors who were doing the Macarena. The 51-year-old plans to keep groov­ing, with or with­out his job.

It’s all about enjoy­ing what you do and that’s the way I feel,” Deryl told WRCB. “Clean fun. It’s noth­ing like doing any bump­ing and grind­ing. Peo­ple just have noth­ing else to do but bash peo­ple. No twerks, no jerk­ing, no nothing.”

 

A Boise, Idaho man made a clean get­away after break­ing into a home in order to make a filthy mess – by poop­ing on the floor, then flood­ing the kitchen.

Tri­cia Gillaspy, who had moved into the house two days ear­lier with her hus­band, says that she was awak­ened by a loud noise, and when she got up, she spot­ted Matthew Coomes strolling around stark naked. Gillaspy roused her hus­band, who pulled a gun on a highly-intoxicated Coomes before call­ing 911 and telling the dis­patcher he’d shoot the intruder if offi­cers didn’t arrive soon.

As the cou­ple was await­ing the patrol car, they sur­veyed the dam­age Coomes caused and found that he’d used the sink sprayer to flood the kitchen and defe­cated on the car­pet. Ms. Gillaspy said, “He must have been play­ing in it because he streaked it down the side of my walls. The stain is gone finally, thank goodness.”

Much to the Gillaspys’ sur­prise, Coomes wasn’t arrested: Cops placed him into the back of the cruiser and drove him home – telling the cou­ple they should have made a cit­i­zens’ arrest if they wanted him jailed.

 

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