Hit “P”, Not “Pee” – 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 - HIT "P", NOT "PEE"
#2 - TOW, NO!
#3 - THEY CASED THE JOINT, THEN STOLE THE JOINTS
An elementary school student in Pennsylvania apparently confused the concepts of the I-Pad and the wee-wee pad as he proved when he destroyed more than two dozen MacBooks by urinating all over them.
The boy, who was not identified because of his age, caused more than $36,000 in damage to the devices, which were stacked on a pallet at his school.And even though the brand-new machines were still technically under warranty, the manufacturer won't repair them, because urine is considered a dangerous biohazard.
A pair of boozed-up Floridians didn't want to risk putting their seven-year-old granddaughter in the car when they drove home - so they decided to tow her behind it, sitting in her own toy car.
Paul and Belinda Berloni were charged with child endangerment after cops spotted the little girl, wearing a swimsuit, but no helmet, riding in the Hot Wheels vehicle, which was tied to their SUV with a dog leash.Paul, who was piloting the bigger vehicle at about 10 miles per hour, acknowledged that he'd been drinking -- and that he did not have a valid license.
According to the police report, Belinda was also wasted, and admitted she knew the stunt was dangerous, but said they were "just having fun."
Source: Sarasota Herald-Tribune
A Maryland man called cops to report that he wanted them to smoke out three guys who robbed his apartment and stole his stash of pot.
The victim, a student at the University of Maryland, called 911 to report that the armed men pushed their way into the place he shared with four roommates and demanded money, then began ransacking the joint before fleeing in one of the roomie's cars.
A 911 tape of the incident captures the caller saying, "I woke up to someone walking into my room, and asking me where my drugs and money were. He took my weed."