Rock-A-Bye Cellmate – 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 - WHAT A CAT-ASTROPHE
#2 - A DOG THAT'S DRUNK AS A SKUNK
#3 - ROCK-A-BYE CELLMATE
A Minnesota man cat-apulted himself into the ranks of the year's dumbest criminals by causing a public disturbance loud enough to be ticketed for shouting obscenities at his cat!
Neighbors called cops to complain about the ruckus, and when they arrived, the unidentified man admitted he'd been cursing at the feline -- but said he should be let off because he's "only human." Officers said it was not the first time the man had been cited for disorderly conduct.
A Montana man is in the doghouse after he poured a ridiculous amount of booze into his best friend a 20-pound dog!
Cops began questioning Todd Schrier after a fellow patron at a Helena bar noticed that his Pomeranian couldn't walk a straight line, and kept falling down while scampering around the place. The witness said that Schrier had allowed the pup to lap up "about a to-go cup of vodka."
The officers took Arly the dog to a local vet, where it was determined that his blood alcohol level was .34 or roughly four times the legal limit for a human.
Schrier is in custody, as is Arly, who needed three days to recover from his bender.
Source: Billings Gazette
The sound of police sirens may not sound like a good lullaby to everyone, but that was the choice one Florida man made by calling 911 in order to summon cops to make his wife go to sleep.
Doyle Hardwick was agitated at his better half because she refused to leave him alone so that he could check his Facebook account in private. The woman initially promised she'd head off to bed if Hardwick allowed her to knock back a couple of beers, but after she downed the brewskis, she remained glued to his side.
Cops didn't act on Hardwick's demand, but did cite him for misuse of the emergency system for which he'll serve 60 days.