Thursday, January 25, 2018

D.A. Of The Day - THURSDAY, JAN 25th


WEIRD NEWS: Beaned Burrito!

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A South Carolina man is facing an assault rap after committing assault with a wrap -- a burrito that he hit his boss with during his shift at a Taco Bell.

Police in the town of Spartanburg say officers were called to the eatery on Monday, after a supervisor reported telling the worker to "stop being a crybaby" for complaining about being given a morning shift -- then found herself beaned with the food-filled treat. While she wasn't seriously hurt in the beef, she did complain of pain from hot cheese splattering onto her neck, arm and leg.

The irate worker, whose name was not released, didn't stop there. He also took off his headset, broke it on his knee, and stormed out, cursing.


WEIRD NEWS: Something Fishy -- In His Pants!

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A Florida man is on the hook for some pretty serious charges after he was hauled in for robbing a high-end pet store -- by shoving some expensive exotic fish down his pants.

Cops reeled in Cruz Garcia Junior after he entered Pet Safari this month and reached into a tank to grab several Electric Blue Acaras and Blue Ram Cichlids while his accomplice, Crystal Dixon, tried to distract the clerk on duty. After Garcia snagged the fish, valued at about $20 apiece, he allegedly complimented the store and made his way out, but as the clerk put it, “I immediately went to where I saw them last and I noticed there were droplets of water coming from the tank."

Rob Shaw of the Clearwater Police Department says, “I think it’s the first call you ever heard were somebody stuffs live fish down their pants and flees the scene."



WEIRD NEWS: Goodbye, Big Mama

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A Texas family mourning the loss of a loved one thought the best way to honor her was with a lengthy newspaper obituary -- even though she was a chicken.

The Sword family adopted their beloved pet chicken, Big Mama, in 2013 from a veterinary college that had taken her from a family that no longer wanted her. She quickly became part of the Sword family and happily joined the rest of their flock of chickens. The obituary, printed in The Eagle newspaper, reads, "Not many chickens deserve an obituary, but she does... Big Mama flourished in her new life, growing into the beautiful Rhode Island Red chicken we knew she could be. She is survived by her flock: Bubbles, Runt, Mrs. S, Funky, Lucky and Blondie."