Angry Over Being Taxed 22¢ Nahshon Sheldon Pulls A .22 Submachine Gun

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dt_common_streams_StreamServerA Chicago man who claimed he was “tax exempt” and didn’t have to pay the 22-cent sales tax on his $1.79 two-liter of Pepsi allegedly pulled a .22 caliber submachine gun to avoid forking over the extra cash at a convenience store on Saturday.

Nahshon Shelton was charged with five counts, including felony unlawful use of a weapon, aggravated assault and having an invalid FOID card, and is currently being held without bail.

“I’m going to shoot you in the head three times,” the 36-year-old allegedly said during the incident. “Right now I’m going to smoke your ass. You’re not listening, I’m killing everyone in here.”

After he was arrested, Shelton allegedly told police, “[This] is my neighborhood, I’m tax exempt! Man, you know what, I’ll keep it real. I had to put them in their place.”

According to Assistant State Attorney Claire Savaglio, the entire incident was captured on the store’s surveillance cameras.

Pizza Chain Advertises Rabbit Pizza for Easter with Billboards Made of Real Dead Rabbits

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It’s the Easter Bunny’s worst nightmare.

New Zealand based pizza chain Hell Pizza is drumming up some publicity for its Easter special, a pizza featuring rabbit meat, by erecting a billboard made of real rabbit fur.

“New for Easter,” the billboard reads. “Rabbit Pizza. Made from real rabbit. Like this billboard.”

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The pizza chain, which has two locations in British Columbia, is no stranger to controversy, which may explain why the restaurant saw fit to justify its use of the bunny pelts as a PR stunt even before the bulk of backlash started rolling in.

“A note on our billboard,” Hell Pizza wrote in a post on its Facebook page “As well as being a delicious meat, and even quite cute, rabbits are unfortunately also a noted pest that is damaging to the New Zealand environment, particularly in the South Island.”

The restaurant clarifies that the rabbit pelts are ethically sources from “a professional animal tanning company, who in turn sourced them from local meat processing companies where the skins are a regular by-product.”

Ben Cumming, Hell Pizza’s general manager, said that rabbits are one of the healthiest meats available, and thinks that this new pizza will do very well.

“Eating rabbit meat isn’t just environmentally sustainable – it’s actually helping to reduce pests,” said Cumming, telling New Zealand marketing publication Stop Press that the chain also plans to mail out “lost bunny” posters to thousands of homes in yet another twisted ad scheme to promote the rabbit pies.

PETA UK Associate Director Mimi Bekhech, however, is not pleased with the stunt.

“Hell Pizza may be in trouble for more than the skinned rabbits rotting on its unappetizing billboard,” she said in an interview with The Huffington Post, “because contrary to its claims, there is nothing ‘ethical’ about how the rabbits were slaughtered.”

“As for the name, ‘Hell’ sounds about right, because it’s what the rabbits likely experienced before they were made part of this tacky PR stunt.”

Hell Pizza is likely taking the criticism in stride, having previously courted controversy with its marketing schemes.

In 2006, the chain promoted its “Lust Pizza” – by mailing out 17,000 condoms. Two years later, a man named Walter Scott, 24, struck a deal with the pizza company to sell his soul to them for $3,800. Rachael Allison, head of marketing for Hell Pizza, flew to his home town to pick up his “soul” (or at least the deed that made Hell Pizza the new owners).

But it hasn’t always worked out for Hell Pizza: In 2011, the chain was forced to apologize after including a note reading “you will marry a transgender” in its “misfortune cookies.”

Hell Pizza was established in 1996 in Kelburn, New Zealand.

Just a suggestion, but you should always remove your ID badge before installing a covert video camera in your area school’s girls’ restroom

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An affidavit filed in federal court April 14, 2014, offered new details into why investigators think Isabel is responsible for placing those cameras, and possibly others, in restrooms at the school.

untitled, 29, was charged after recording devices were found “covertly placed” in two stalls at Hayes Elementary School on Concord Street Wednesday, April 2, 2014.  Isabel was in charge of the Stepping Stones after-school program at Hayes Elementary.

The affidavit said a custodian found a small gray junction box hanging on a wall opposite a toilet in a girls’ restroom at the school on April 2.  The custodian looked closer, discovered a camera in the box and took the device to the principal’s office.  That’s when police were called.

Investigators said the custodian said she had seen a small black device about a week earlier on the wall in a staff restroom in the school library.  She thought the device was part of the automatic flushing toilet, and other employees had also seen the device.  Although the device was gone a few hours later, no one reported seeing it to the principal or other authorities.

When police determined Isabel had been working when the devices were found, he was brought into the principal’s office to meet with investigators.

When asked if he ever went into the girls’ restroom, Isabel told investigators he goes in there occasionally if he, or a student, needs a tissue, the affidavit said.

“(Isabel) handled the gray device and then made the comment that his fingerprints will now be on the box,” the affidavit said.  Isabel also told police he thought he had seen the junction box before, in a stall in the girls’ bathroom.  When police checked the girls’ restroom, they found recording devices behind toilets in two of the stalls.  The custodian confirmed those devices were just like the one she had seen in the staff restroom.

Cameras were found in the junction box and in the two devices found behind the toilets.

Meanwhile, Isabel left school “ostensibly because he was ill,” the affidavit said.

Police later found the cameras contained close-up images of children from the waist down as they used the toilet.

The cameras were, apparently, operating when they were put into place.  They not only captured images of the victims, but the affidavit says images of the man who placed the cameras were also recorded.

“Although the male’s face is not visible, his identification card can be seen hanging from a lanyard on his neck,” the affidavit said about one of the cameras.  Another camera captured video of a man installing the camera, and the school principal identified that man as Isabel from a still image police captured from the video.

Never, ever lick a policeman in the eye …. they hate that

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Meet Christopher Nicholas Hiatt.

hiattThe 34-year-old Montana man is locked up in lieu of $45,000 bond after allegedly licking the eye of a police officer seeking to arrest him Saturday night outside the Pisser’s Palace tavern.

Police encountered Hiatt after he called 911 to report a theft. After discovering that Hiatt had an active arrest warrant from a neighboring county, officers sought to arrest him. According to investigators, Hiatt struggled when cops sought to handcuff him.

As officers subsequently tried to stuff Hiatt (seen above) in a patrol car, he allegedly licked one of the cop’s eyes. The licking occurred in front of Pisser’s Palace in Walkerville, a Butte suburb.

According to jail records, Hiatt is being held on four charges, including felony assault on a peace officer and assault with bodily fluid, a misdemeanour.

Man drives his car into side of moving train. Yes, alcohol was involved

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25243400_BG2A drunken driver slammed his car into a moving train, left his burning vehicle behind and proceeded to knock on strangers’ doors in the area asking for a place to sleep, according to Marion County deputies.

The investigation began Saturday morning when deputies were called out to the 2900 block of Wintel Road South in Jefferson.

People in the area reported a man knocking on their doors and asking for a place to sleep.

The first deputies at the scene noticed a plume of smoke in the distance. It ended up being from a car fire.

Deputies said they found the charred remains of a car that belonged to 24-year-old Kyle Randall, the same man who had been asking people in the area for a place to sleep.

25243400_BG3After interviewing Randall, deputies said they were able to piece together what had happened.

According to investigators, Randall was driving east on Wintel Road at 5 a.m. when he went through a stop sign and drove into a moving train. The train hooked his car and pulled it 300 feet with Randall inside.

Once the car was finally free of the train, Randall got out, left his car behind and began knocking on doors in the area looking for shelter, deputies said.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office said Randall was not hurt, but his blood-alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit.

He was arrested on the charge of DUII and booked in the Marion County Jail.

Take The Poo To The Loo: Indian PSA Discourages Public Defecation (VIDEO)

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In India, public defecation is a serious problem. This public service announcement attempts to combat the issue with a silly song and surreal, animated music video.

It might not be for everyone, but to its credit, the musical PSA, entitled “Poo Party,” manages to make an unsavory topic both memorable and entertaining. And that’s to say nothing of how catchy its refrain is: “Take the poo to the loo.”

The Smallest Penis Contest Is BACK!

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072213dman2A year ago, micro penis owners across Brooklyn were the focus of Kings County Bar’s first ever Smallest Penis In Brooklyn Pageant—the ultimate wet t-shirt contest for infinitesimal penises. The event was such a diminutive hit, they’ve decided to continue the tradition: the second annual Smallest Penis In Brooklyn Pageant will take place on Saturday, June 14th at the Bushwick bar.

Here’s all the important info about the event for any prospective participants:

Our expert judges will take every little thing into account, including the contestants’ poise in both evening wear and bathing wear, talent, personality, and how well they represent the ideal of a man with a small dong. This day is about celebrating the fun-sized guys. Well-hung men shouldn’t even think about crashing, they will be ejected from the pageant and humiliated! Anyone who is interested in becoming a contestant, or who would like to be a judge (little experience required), please send email to SPB.Brooklyn@gmail.com. You must be over 21, and you must be able to attend in person (no photo or video entries.)

Admission for the day will cost $5, first come first serve; there’s a limited number of VIP seats (find out more here), which come with micro-bottle service and “personal attention from a penis kitten.” We’re working on clarifying what that means. In addition to a crown, the title of Mr. Smallest Penis In Brooklyn 2014, and the undeniable envy of your peers, the winner of the contest will also receive a cash donation to the charity of his choice (which could be himself).

This individual approached the vehicle and indicated he was in possession of pantyhose and a condom

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Dauphin RCMP are looking for a suspicious man and his pantyhose.

On Mar. 31, at approximately 6 p.m., a female motorist was flagged down on Highway 5, roughly 10 kilometres west of Dauphin, by a man. This individual approached the vehicle and indicated he was in possession of pantyhose and a condom.

As he attempted to continue the bizarre conversation, the woman drove away.

The next day, another woman, sitting in her vehicle on 1st Avenue NE in Dauphin, was approached by a man selling pantyhose. The woman reported the incident to Dauphin RCMP.

The man is described as being in his 30s with light hair, wearing a black coat and dark pants. He was seen driving a white, newer-model truck.

Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to contact the Dauphin RCMP at (204) 622-5020 or call Manitoba CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Embarrassing: Trying to rob a hair salon. Really Embarrassing: Have the receptionist laugh in your face. Ultimate embarrassment: Having to call your mom to come pick you up

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ReceptionistOn the afternoon of April 10, 2014, 29-year-old Ryan Trembly entered Bubbles Hair Salon on a mission. It wasn’t give him a style that would turn heads and attract a new mate, though. Ryan was actually planning to rob the place.

He walked up to the receptionist, put his hand under his under shirt, and demanded that she give him the money in the register. Unfortunately for him, the young lady fooled behind the counter was not fooled by his finger gun. Instead, she simply laughed in his face,

The receptionist also pointed out to reporters (and hopefully not to him) how stupid it was to rob a hair salon since a bank was right next door…although to Ryan’s credit, he may have been correctly setting the bar low with regards to his criminal abilities.

After having completely failed at the robbery (and being completely emasculated), Ryan decided that now was the best time to spit some game, attempting to make small talk with the receptionist before leaving the salon.

“No officer, I don’t have $276,000 taped to my genitals”

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93179283caf9cbae97a502037ac06f1907c8ec8f0802eaa840c5919222292090Customs officers stopped the man and his wife in a routine road check on Wednesday near Trier, which is close to the border with the tax haven of Luxembourg.

The Koblenz-based customs office described the couple, from the central state Hesse, as “elderly” and said more than €200,000 was found between them.

The man and woman underwent a body search and €8,000 was found in the woman’s clothes.

Officers then discovered four bundles of cash taped to the man’s genitals, including three wads of cash of €50,000 each. Also taped on was a slightly smaller bundle, worth €44,900.

Travellers carrying more than €10,000 of cash across borders within the European Union are supposed to declare the money to customs. The couple face a large fine, said the Koblenz office.

“The travellers were asked if they were carrying more than €10,000 in cash and were told that it was an offence, and they said no,” the customs office said in a statement.