A Really Wrong Number – Redneck Headlines
Each weekday, Rodeo Rick scours the web for the best and weirdest news headlines from around the world. We proudly present you with the best Redneck Headlines and the stories behind them.
Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - A LOVELY BUNCH OF COCONUTS
#2 - A REALLY WRONG NUMBER!
#3 - A CRIME THAT'S REALLY TOUGH TO STOMACH
Workers at a Maryland courthouse found themselves in mounds of trouble yesterday after the entire building had to be evacuated due to a suspicious coconut!
A deputy was on a routine patrol when he spotted the tropical treat nestled against a pillar and noticed that it appeared to be cracked. This triggered thoughts of terrorism rather than frozen cocktails in the officer's mind, so he called for a total shutdown of the facility.
Bomb squad members were called in and determined the coconut to be safe and potentially tasty.
Two Kansas men let their fingers do the walking right to a prison cell, after accidentally dialing 911 during a high-stakes drug deal.
Jesus Suarez and Jesus Santos were putting the finishing touches on a crack cocaine sale when one of their cell phones dialed the emergency number. The dispatcher overheard a commotion on the other end and kept the connection until the location could be traced and cops could be sent to the scene.
When the officers were nearby, one of the men was overheard saying, 'Oh, there goes the cops' before being taken into custody.
"We have been trying to figure out how to classify it," said Leavenworth police Chief Patrick Kitchens. "It might be the first case where a person accidentally dialed 911 and got arrested."
A career criminal in Florida gave new meaning to the term gag order when he intentionally vomited on the head of a cop who was taking him into custody.
Corey Trabucco was loitering on a street corner trying to arrange a drug deal over his cell phone when a nearby officer overheard and searched him turning up more than 20 illicit painkillers.
After the deputy tossed Trabucco, who's been arrested nine times over the past three years into the back of a cruiser, the 21-year-old stuck a finger down his throat and called up a stream of puke, which landed on the back of the cop's head.
Trabucco said he pulled the stunt because he was "going to jail anyway."
Source: Huffington Post