Tipsy Toddlers – Redneck Headlines
Here are today’s Redneck Headlines:
#1 – TIGHTY WHITEY THEIF
#2 – ROW HOUR
#3 – TIPSY TODDLERS
A thief in Idaho chose briefs over boxers…to wear on his head during a robbery.
The man and an accomplice broke into the Big Star Coffee Shop in the early morning hours, making off with a safe that held 500 bucks in cash.
Surveillance video showed that one of the men had tighty whities on his head while the other disguised himself with a bandana.
“They kicked in the back door and went right for the safe,” said shop owner Jason Wilson, who believes that one of the suspects is a disgruntled former employee.
“Who robs something with underwear on their head?” said Wilson. “I think the underwear shows they’re not the smartest criminals or the most well-prepared.” (Idaho Statesman)
Two New Jersey men came up with a unique way to beat the traffic and tolls on their daily commute to New York City they decided to get there by kayak.
Zach Schwitzky and Erik David Barber of Hoboken say rowing their kayaks across the Hudson River to their Manhattan offices saves them money on gas and tolls and has increased their amount of daily exercise.
“We wanted to do something that was a little more eco-friendly and we said, you know what? We love the outdoors. We love to kayak. Why is it out of the question to kayak to work? And a light kind of went off,” Barber said.
The men said they are hoping others will join them on their morning rowing routine. (NJ.com)
Two four-year-old boys got some booze with their berries when they were accidentally served strawberry daiquiris containing alcohol in a Clearwater, Florida, restaurant.
The boys were eating lunch with their mothers who ordered them two virgin strawberry daiquiris.
But a waitress at the restaurant incorrectly ordered two regular daiquiris which were then served to the boys.
One of them took a sip and realized something wasn’t right. But the other boy consumed more of the frozen drink and became intoxicated. He was taken to a local hospital (where he was treated and released).
After questioning the waitress, police determined that the incident was purely an accident. (Tampa Bay Online)