Rodeo Rick scours the web each weekday for the best and weirdest news headlines from around the world. We proudly present you our Redneck Headlines and the stories behind them.

Here are today's Redneck Headlines:

#1 - HE'S A REESE'S PIECE OF WORK
#2 - BURRITO BANDITS BUSTED
#3 - THAT'S NOT KOSHER!


HE'S A REESE'S PIECE OF WORK!

A Kentucky man found himself in a sticky situation when cops responded to a call that he'd broken into a supermarket - and found him naked, except for gobs of chocolate and peanut butter smeared all over his body.

Deputies say that Andrew Toothman didn't appear to have any intention of stealing anything from the market, where he also set off several fire extinguishers to compound the candy-coated mess he'd made with his body. Not only that, Toothman even apologized for the vandalism spree - by spelling out the word "sorry" by pouring NyQuil on the store manager's office.


BURRITO BANDITS BUSTED

Two New Mexico men are in custody following one of Super Bowl Sunday's cheesiest crimes - attempted grand theft burrito!

Anthony Sanders and Louis Vasquez approached a stranger on the street and asked for a bite of the burrito he was eating. For some odd reason, the man complied and handed over the tortilla-wrapped treat only to find that Sanders and Vasquez were planning to make a run for the border instead of returning it.

The hungry pair declined to return the burrito, and began scuffling with the victim, even pulling a gun and pistol whipping him in the process. They're currently awaiting arraignment on charges of aggravated robbery

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THAT'S NOT KOSHER!

Officials at Vermont's state police office are a bit concerned about a government project with a little too much pork - in the form of images of pigs that turned up on more than 30 police cruisers.

The porky pictures were inserted into decals bearing Vermont's state seal by workers at the print shop at a state prison. They were tucked in there in subtle ways, like a pig-shaped spot drawn onto the cow that's at the center of the seal, so no one noticed until the decals were stuck on the vehicles.

An order for 100 revised decals has been placed and the porky leftovers will be destroyed.