Life is so funny sometimes. One day you’re competing in a doughnut-eating contest against a bunch of cops and the next day those doughnut-eating cops are putting you in handcuffs. Bradley Hardison of North Carolina was crowned the winner of the National Night Out Against Crime doughnut-eating contest after he devoured eight in two minutes beating several policemen and firefighters who also entered the competition. But his celebration was short-lived because the very next day, cops arrested him for a crime. Hardison was charged with breaking an entering for a string of area grocery store robberies that took place almost a year ago.
A Texas man was arrested after giving new meaning to the phrase “pounding the pavement”. A Texas homeowner, whose name was not released, says that she pulled up to her house and stranger walked up to her and asked for a lighter. She said she didn’t have one and so he turned away and she made her way into her house. Peering out of her window to make sure he’d left. She saw him lying on his stomach doing the horizontal bop with the pavement! She called cops with a description of David Gray, who was arrested a short distance away on charges of public lewdness.
Florida man Elias Morales was spotted tooling down a street in Vero Beach with his own tool in full view. A witness who called cops says that Morales appeared to be having difficulty maintaining control of the tractor – in part because he was “dancing” in the seat while driving. When officers managed to pull him over, they got him to admit that he’d had “about three” beers – and noticed that he’d peed all over himself on his trip. He was arrested on charges of DUI and operating a vehicle without a driver’s license – which he admits he’s never held.