The Dog Ate My Drug Money – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Heavens To Mercury
#2 - A Doggone Bad Babysitter
#3 - The Dog Ate My Drug Money
School officials in one Florida district got overheated over a chemistry teacher's asking students to bring in something from the periodic table –by putting the school on lockdown when one kid brought in a thermometer that contained mercury.
Authorities defended the decision, saying that mercury, a toxic substance, has no place on a school campus – and insisted that the teacher should have issued a warning that certain elements from the table were off limits. (WTSP)
A Florida man is in trouble with authorities because he went out drinking and left a 10-month-old baby in the custody of his pet pit bull.
James Irvine agreed to watch the infant for a friend, but couldn't resist the lure of a tall cool one, so he put his pooch in charge. The little girl's mom discovered the "ruff" situation when she returned home from work and found Irvine wasted and trying to enter the house through a garage door. When she started to read him the riot act for leaving the tot alone, he said there was nothing to worry about, since the pit bull was on the scene.
He's charged with child endangerment. (UPI)
A North Carolina man couldn't get a note from his mom, so he tried to get one from an Arizona police department – in an effort to tell a local drug cartel that he'd lost $20,000 of their cash and wanted to apologize.
DeMarco Thomas, who was working as a courier for the dealers, misplaced the cash and was concerned that the loss could put his life in danger, so he thought he could get the cops to give him a receipt saying they'd seized the dough. Instead, the officers arrested him and seized the cash he had on him.
They asked him to sign papers turning over that cash and admitting guilt, but he declined and is still facing charges. (Arizona Star)