Trouble Is Brewing – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Butt Out!
#2 - Principal Gets An 'F' In Lunch
#3 - Trouble Is Brewing
A North Carolina high school student was busted for butting into the personal life of one of his teachers – by trying to increase the size of her butt without her knowledge.
The teen, whose name was not released, took a crack at tweaking the figure of technical education teacher Ellen Vick by sneaking an over-the-counter supplement called GluteBoost into her morning coffee. Vick decided she didn't want to turn the other cheek, so she reported the incident to her superiors, who would only say that the student was disciplined for the asinine antic.
GluteBoost is marketed as an "all natural buttocks enhancement supplement." (WBTV)
Administrators at a school in Sweden are threatening to discipline the woman in charge of the lunch program – because she's turning out food that's too good for the students!
Annika Eriksson has found a way to offer fresh-baked bread and vegetables that the kids actually like, and that's got her bosses upset – because other lunch ladies in the region can't find a way to do the same. From now on, the school's vegetable offerings will be halved in size and Eriksson's handmade loaves will be replaced with store-bought bread.
The uproar has given area fourth graders a lesson in civics – they're launching a petition to keep the menu as it is. (The Local)
A Florida man ended up behind bars after trying to demand his lib-beer-ty – by demanding that a cop who seized his brewski in a Fort Walton Beach park return the drink or take him to jail.
The cop initially spotted a group of guys hanging out at the park and noticed one nursing a Natural Ice. When he took the can, the man, whose name was not released, became combative and earned a trespass charge – which escalated after he held out his hands and demanded to be arrested, a demand that the officer agreed to.
The arrested man is due back in court this week. (NWF Daily News)