He's a smooth smoothie, ain't he? Sorry, ladies, I don't have his phone number.
My thanks to Emmi for making my day.
Monday, October 11, 2010
They may or may not be criminals, but these photos certainly are.
OH NO YOU DI'NT
No, you're not, but you might be Rick and James' bitch soon
It's hollow, so a hand saw should do the trick
He looks like a Q-tip
Ed Grimley's kid, Edwina
Ralph's a good candidate for scalposuction
Wow, C. Everett Koop looks terrible these days
"Galileo! (Galileo) Galileo! (Galileo)"
Eddie Murphy's been taking a beating at the box office lately
Your guess is as good as mine
"Poop" is trademarked?
She just said the same thing about you
OWWWW! My arm's in that sling, motherfucker!!
Not really the best shirt to wear to jail
What's the matter, Joe Walsh?
Give it up. They never fall for the playing dead bit.
Did all the Village People get arrested or just you?
It was at that very moment that Madame realized Wayland had flipped on her and she'd be taking the fall for both of them
"They got a name for people like you. Recidivist."
"You like that name?"
"No, sir, that's one bonehead name."
"I got nipples, Fokker. You gonna milk me?"
Whatever. That skirt didn't look good with his Hyatt shirt, anyway.
From The Smoking Gun.
Woman Sues Hyatt Over Pervy Cross-Dressing Housekeeper
OCTOBER 5--A Los Angeles woman is suing the Hyatt Corporation for a bizarre incident this June during which she returned to her hotel room to discover a male worker wearing her panties, skirt, and high-heeled shoes.
In a Los Angeles Superior Court complaint filed yesterday, Dayanara Fernandez, 36, accuses Hyatt of invasion of privacy and assorted negligence in connection with the June 6 incident at the Hyatt in Deerfield, Illinois. A copy of Fernandez’s lawsuit can be found here.
Deerfield Police Department records show that Hyatt employee Oscar Garcia-Franco, 32, was charged with disorderly conduct for rifling through Fernandez’s belongings and trying on her garments in Room 249 of the hotel.
Garcia-Franco, who told cops he was cleaning Fernandez’s room, initially denied touching any of the guest’s personal items. However, he subsequently broke down in tears and admitted that he "removed his pants and underwear to try on" Fernandez’s panties and skirt, according to a police report. Garcia-Franco, pictured in the above mug shot, pleaded out to the misdemeanor charge in mid-July and was sentenced to 90 days of court supervision and ordered to pay a $187 fine.
According to Fernandez’s lawsuit, she was in town for a wedding when she returned to the Hyatt one afternoon to find a cleaning cart blocking her room door, which was closed. Upon entering, she discovered that the “contents of her luggage had been rifled through and were strewn about the sitting room.”
That is when Fernandez spotted Garcia-Franco “in the bedroom area of her room.” He was wearing a Hyatt shirt and had “an unusual expression on his face” when their eyes met, the complaint notes. At that point, Fernandez noticed that Garcia-Franco “was wearing one of her skirts and a pair of her high-heel shoes.”
Looking at Fernandez, Garcia-Franco said, “me like, me like,” and then ran into the bathroom. Fernandez, “in a state of semi-shock,” began gathering up “the strewn contents of her luggage,” according to the complaint. That is when she noticed, through the slightly opened bathroom door, that Garcia-Franco “was also wearing her panties.”
After changing out of Fernandez’s clothes, Garcia-Franco approached and “shouted in her face, ‘don’t tell, don’t tell.’ He also handed her various items of clothing, including several pairs of her panties,” the complaint charges.
Fernandez “reported the event to Hyatt’s management” and asked to be moved to a new room. However, the complaint notes, “The Hyatt manager, apparently not believing the story, did not take any further action until [Fernandez] insisted that the Hyatt call the police.”