When life hands you donuts...


Life is so funny some­times. One day you’re com­pet­ing in a doughnut-eating con­test against a bunch of cops and the next day cop eating donutsthose 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.

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