Devil’s In The Dollars – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Every Litter Bit Hurts
#2 - Trash man's Crappy Job
#3 - Devil's in the Dollars
A Florida woman was slapped with a battery charge after she decided to take a bite out of crime – by sinking her teeth into the face of someone who'd broken the law by littering on a beach near her home.
Cassi Lyn Clayton, whose criminal record includes citations for property damage and assaulting a cop, flew off the handle after she saw Madison Pelfrey toss some garbage onto the sand. She began screaming at the college student, and the argument escalated leading Clayton to chomp down hard on one of Pelfrey's cheek.
The 20-year-old neat freak was taken to the Monroe County Detention Center, charged with misdemeanor battery and released from custody.(KeysNet)
A sanitation worker in England who apparently misunderstood his job duties was given a reprimand after he left one homeowner with something decidedly unsanitary – a steaming pile of his own feces.
The homeowner, whose name was not released, phoned authorities to complain about the surprise package because the same trash man had previously urinated on his driveway not once, but twice. The man, who is retired, is asking for 1500 British pounds in compensation, based on the fact that the fine for leaving dog droppings on private property is 1000 pounds.
The city employee apologized and was allowed to keep his job, but his route was changed so that he no longer stops at the house in question. (Worcester News)
A Louisiana woman gave new meaning to the term "money laundering" after she scammed another gal out of ten grand by claiming she could save her from a deadly curse by "cleansing" the cash for a fee.
April Stevens, who operated a psychic studio, took the cash and promised to return it once it was purified... but when the unidentified victim asked about the cleansing process several months later, she was told she'd have to wait a little bit longer. After a couple of repeats of that cycle, the scammed woman went to cops, who arrested Stevens on theft charges.
Stevens, who had told her victim that "money is the root of all evil," was released after posting bail totaling about $5,000 of the evil stuff. (New Orleans Times-Picayune)