Brown Out – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Thigh Bone's Connected To The Handcuff
#2 - Brown Out
#3 - Urine The Money
A woman in Oslo, Norway, skirted the issue of how to get a brand-new television without paying for it by attempting to walk out of a store with a 42-inch big screen unit shoved up the front of her long dress.
The very nimble gal arranged the TV between her thighs and began to make her way awkwardly toward the store entrance, but her odd gait raised the suspicions of security, who had police pull her off a bus. The thief and her companion were Romanians and told officers she had "very strong thigh muscles." (Daily Mail)
What can being brown do for you? Well, one tan-addicted Kentucky woman found that the answer was "get you sent to jail."
A visibly intoxicated Katrina Jackson refused to leave a Louisville tanning salon when her session had ended, and even went so far as to lock herself into her own private booth. When cops arrived to reason with the woman, they reported hearing her slur her words and watching her struggle to stay on her feet. She was also found to be carrying a mirror with a white powdery residue that turned out to be cocaine.
Jackson was detained while being de-tanned, and faces charges of possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication and disorderly conduct. (Huffington Post)
A lot of us get pissed off at our bosses, but one New York City real estate broker had a very different experience with his boss – who turned the tables by actually peeing on one employee.
Albert Sultan is suing his former boss, Jack Terzi, over a pattern of abusive behavior, including using four-letter words, sneezing and coughing on him and fining him $1,000 for not showing up for work on a Sunday – a day that he wasn't being paid to work in the first place. The last straw, Sultan says, was when Terzi urinated on his jacket in plain view of other employees and then mocked him over it.
A New York judge will hear the case next week, and if he rules in Sultan's favor, a cool five million bucks could be changing hands. (New York Daily News)