Thursday, April 23, 2009

2 DWI's, Tickets, and Male Strippers

Thursday is upon us again, which means it is that time again in which you can be humored by Law and Dis-Order.

Case #1 Stupid is as Stupid Does!!!!

Today we kick it off in Deridder Louisiana were a Texas man has shown stupidity at its finest.

You see, he attended court for his DWI conviction, and after the sentencing he chose to go to the bar and drink away his sorrows.

Turns out he drank himself to the point of forgetting he did not have license, so he hopped in the car and drove off only to get pulled over again and cited for Driving while Impaired.

The 31-year old man is being held in the jail without bond pending a hearing later this month.

Law & Dis-Order Rule # 31- Forest Gump said it best with “Stupid is as Stupid Does.” If you get caught drinking and driving, do not get back in the driver’s seat, after you have been drinking again. Especially if you do not have a license, and even better yet, don’t Drink and Drive!!!!

Case #2 Why Mr. Officer Please Give me a Citation!!!!

Next we travel to Warren Michigan, where a mayor got pulled over. Mayor Jim Fouts was pulled over Monday on the way to City Hall for going 45 mph in a 40 mph zone. The officer told him to watch it next time.

So what did our outstanding citizen do? He asked for the ticket. And he got it. He was fined $100.

Fouts told The Detroit News that he "had to set an example."

Law & Dis-Order Rule #32 – I don’t care if you are the Pope, if you ask for the ticket after you have gotten off free, you are dummy in my book. The moral of the story; don’t ask for the ticket.

Case #3 Throwing away her Life!!!!

Last stop for the day comes from Hamilton Ohio, where an Ohio teacher has resigned after acknowledging she accompanied four female students to a male strip club.

The 47-year-old teacher resigned Thursday. Turns out the students, whom were cheerleaders, begged for their favorite teacher to take them to a Chip and Dale’s extravaganza.

The teacher told school officials in an e-mail that she got permission from the parents of the 17- and 18-year-olds to bring them to the club.

Law & Dis-order salutes this woman for throwing her college career away, just as fast as she threw down all of her single bills.

-Until Next Time Take Care And May God Bless -BC

1 comment:

  1. No strip clubs for me (-: I don't have the time, and I have more sense than to do that esp with students.

    Who asks for a ticket? Well, duh. You called that one right. Don't borrow trouble.