Urine alot of trouble!

Two British bur­glars were left with egg on their faces when they caused a five-hour police stand­off because they were hun­gry! The men, who were not iden­ti­fied, smashed a win­dow at a restau­rant in north­ern Eng­land and climbed in to grab a quick break­fast quish but that plan got scram­bled when cops responded to an alarm. The men appar­ently pan­icked and armed them­selves with knives from the cafe’s kitchen, and insisted they would not sur­ren­der peace­fully. The cafe owner says, “When I got there, there was about 15 police cars out­side, they were all over the place. There were nego­tia­tors and all sorts. They had the riot gear on and Tasers. It was like some­thing you see on the telly.”

wet car seatThe Indian River County Sheriff’s Depart­ment said Devin Lang­ford, was arrested on a drunken dri­ving charge and told Deputy Brian Bell dur­ing the ride to jail he had to uri­nate. Lang­ford, who appar­ently arrest  had “a plethora of empty beer cans” in his truck, asked offi­cer Bell if he could attempt to uri­nate. Bell wrote in his report that he told Lang­ford to just uri­nate in his pants. But the sus­pect man­aged to work his cuffed hands around to the front of his body, pro­ceeded to pull down his trousers, kneel on the back seat, and attempt to uri­nate out the rear pas­sen­ger side win­dow of the mov­ing vehi­cle. Well, if you’ve ever tried to spit or toss a drink out of a mov­ing vehi­cle you know what’s com­ing.  Langford’s poor aim resulted in “his urine land­ing on the pas­sen­ger side seat and floor­board” of the patrol car. Lang­ford was sen­tenced to a year of pro­ba­tion and ordered to attend DUI school.  His driver’s license was sus­pended for six months.

Mario Gar­cia and Domingo Garcia-Hernandez walked into a Chicago eatery and threat­ened to shoot the owner, who didn’t believe they had real guns. He actu­ally told them to return later to pick up their take­out order of cash. They agreed! Of course the owner called the cops. Offi­cers with real guns were lying in wait when the two men returned to the scene shortly after mid­night. They were charged with attempted rob­bery and pos­ses­sion of a replica firearm.

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