She’s In Deep Ship Now – 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 - TALK ABOUT A TRASHY CALL
#2 - A LOT ON HIS PLATE
#3 - SHE'S IN DEEP SHIP NOW
A Georgia woman gave new meaning to the term trash talk when she fell into the garbage compacting unit of her apartment complex while trying to retrieve her cell phone.
The 19-year-old told rescuers that she was reaching for the device when she lost her footing a slip she blamed on her flip-flops. She fell roughly half a story before landing in a pile of trash that was waiting to be crushed into a cube.
She emerged, stinky and smudged, but not splattered which would have happened if the garbage had been removed.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
A dopey Floridian isn't as a-door-able as he thought he was, as he found out when cops busted him for posing on Facebook holding a nameplate he'd swiped off the office door of a circuit court judge.
Steven Mulhall was in court to make a probation appearance on a previous charge when he saw the brass plate and couldn't resist. He might've gotten away with the theft had he not immediately posted a smirking photo on the social network.
Judge Michael Orlando said, "The nameplate is like only $40, not that big of a crime, but what an idiot. He puts it on Facebook. He violated the terms of his parole by stealing, from a judge he appeared before, no less. He's got multiple convictions for petty theft, so now this is a felony."
Source: Palm Beach Post
A Delaware woman who was pushing the envelope by mailing drugs across the country to her daughter may have several years of plans canceled since her package was intercepted due to insufficient postage.
Marilyn Howell packed up a batch of psychedelic mushrooms and prescription drugs to make a care package for her daughter in Colorado. Just to be safe, she used a fake return address but neglected to put on the proper postage, thus getting the package returned to the unsuspecting folks at that address.
When that person opened the surprise package, he turned it over to cops, who launched an investigation that led to Howell who had a house full of mind-altering substances.