Wrong side of the fence

A CA. police report says 24-year-old Amanda Hall, climbed over one fence and almost got over the sec­ond fence of the giraffe giraffeenclo­sure at the Henry Vilas Zoo Sat­ur­day evening. A 2-year-old, 12-foot-tall giraffe named Wally gave Hall a lick, then turned and kicked her in the face. Zoo staff told police that giraffes are capa­ble of killing lions, so she was damn lucky! Police say Hall told them she climbed into the exhibit because she loves giraffes. Hall was tick­eted $686 for harass­ment of zoo animals.


Ali­cia Wal­icke swiped a bot­tle of Mad Dog 20/20 from the shelf at a gas sta­tion near her home out­side Austin, TX and walked out­side, where she cracked it open and started drink­ing. The clerk who was on duty phoned police, and when they arrived on the scene, she was still there, calmly sip­ping from the bot­tle. When asked what she was doing, she told the offi­cer that her boyfriend had been hauled off to the pokey ear­lier that day and she was try­ing to get her­self arrested so she could see him. No word on whether or not she got the sec­ond part of that wish ful­filled, but she was booked on charges of mis­de­meanor theft and freed on $5000 bond.
A 19-year-old Maine man was recently busted for dri­ving under the influ­ence with­out a license, but it’s his mug shot that’s get­ting him a lot of atten­tion. Robert Burt posed for his jail book­ing mug shot wear­ing a T-shirt bear­ing his mug shot from an arrest in June. And under­neath the photo on his shirt read “Burt Fam­ily Reunion,” refer­ring to a fam­ily mem­ber who is also incar­cer­ated at the same jail. He now has a lot of peo­ple anx­iously wait­ing for his next arrest and sub­se­quent mug shot.



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