Oklahoma cops struck a blow for public decency by issuing a $2500 ticket for indecent exposure – to a toddler who unzipped in his own yard in an attempt to relieve himself.
Dillan Warden, who is not yet potty trained, needed to go and wasn't near a facility, says his mom, who told reporters that an officer came up to her door and asked to see her license so that he could write the ticket to someone with the cash to pay it. Dillan's grandma said, "I said, really, he is 3 years old, and he said it doesn't matter. I said we are on our property and he said it's in public view."
Now this is a case with some real zip! (News 9 Oklahoma)
Putting the "P" in Pizza
An Iowa woman who opted not to give a tip to her pizza delivery guy was rewarded with an extra topping – when he urinated on her door after she went back inside with her order.
Chloe Teply said she phoned in her order knowing that she wasn't going to offer the driver a gratuity, admitting, "It's just one of those things where, unfortunately, I just don't have the money [for a tip]." The delivery man didn't seem p.o.'d at first, but a surveillance camera captured him in the act moments later. Teply defended stiffing him, saying, "If you're going to get upset by things like that, maybe you shouldn't be a pizza delivery driver at all."
The driver returned to the scene to clean up his act, but lost his job anyway. (KCCI)
A Florida woman who was ticked off about having her pro-Obama yard signs stolen got an explanation from the thief, who sent a postcard saying he took the signs down for her own good.
Jill Green says she replaced the placards, promoting the candidacy of several Democrats, at least twice, but each time, watched as they disappeared in the middle of the night. Finally, one day last week, she opened her mailbox to find a card apologizing for the thefts and saying, "I live around the corner from you and when I see signs that support Democrats I fear for the safety of our neighborhood. When thieves see pro-Democrat yard signs they automatically assume that the subdivision is filled with retards and half-wits."
The note was signed "Bat Masterson," the name of a character on a TV western more than five decades ago. (SunCoast Online)