Thong Ride – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Zombie Cops Foiled Again
#2 - Look Out Elmer Fudd!
#3 - Thong Ride
Georgia cops got more than they bargained for when they were called to move a disturbed woman from the porch of a local business – only to have her claim she had gotten God's permission to stay there ... right after he told her not to listen to the "alien zombies" sent to shoo her away.
The unidentified woman, who was not violent, offered the responding officers a good deal of advice while dodging their attempts to get her to leave. She suggested that they battle local drug dealers with a "pets against meth" campaign, floated the idea of staging beauty pageants with no losers, and revealed her plan to have the area's chickens all wear bikinis.
She finally agreed to accompany the deputies to her place, a non-working car named "Old Bessy" that she kept in a nearby McDonald's parking lot. (Barrow Patch)
A Kentucky man was hopping mad when his neighbor shot an air gun at rabbits he blamed for eating his shrubbery, so he decided to protect his bunny buddies the old-fashioned way by threatening the wanna-be hunter with an AK-47.
Rodney Wold became enraged when the unidentified man went after the rabbits, and loaded up his own gun with a slew of ammo, telling him, "‘If you want to hunt something, hunt men." The other man declined that offer, but decided to hunt for the phone in order to call 911 for help.
Cops arrived on the scene to question Wold, who readily admitted to his actions, saying he didn't approve of hunting. He was arrested and released on his own recognizance, but ordered to surrender his weapons pending trial. (WLKY)
He may be breaking the rules of fashion and good taste, but according to police in Madison, Wisconsin, a man known as the "Thong Cape Scooter Man" is not breaking any laws by riding his scooter wearing nothing but a thong and a cape.
Madison police were called by staff at an elementary school when the "Thong Cape Scooter Man" was seen riding his motorized scooter past the school while students were present.
Police visited the 56-year-old man's home and he told them he "exercised poor judgment by going by the school at that time of day, it was unintentional and he just happened to be traveling through the area," a police sposkesman said.
The man, whose name was not released, was not arrested or cited. He is free to ride on in his underwear and cape. (UPI)