When is the Super Bowl, anyway? This weekend?
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Another case of tweaker munchies gone horribly awry. From The Smoking Gun.
Cops Bust Naked Burglar Covered In Chocolate, Peanut Butter
FEBRUARY 3--A naked burglar covered in chocolate and peanut butter was arrested early Tuesday after workers found him inside a Kentucky supermarket.
Andrew Toothman, 22, was collared by State Police troopers who responded to a 911 call from the Food World IGA market in the city of Neon (pop. 770). Pictured in the above mug shot, Toothman was charged with burglary, criminal mischief, and indecent exposure.
A court citation filed yesterday notes that Toothman--who was only wearing a pair of black boots--had “peanut butter and chocolate smeared all over person.”
Troopers noted that the store’s front door was “busted out,” and that several fire extinguishers had been discharged.
Peanut butter and chocolate were also spread on the market's floor and in the manager’s office.
But the most bizarre bit of vandalism, investigators reported, involved NyQuil, the popular cold and flu remedy. “There was nyquil on the floor that spelled out sorry,” according to the February 2 citation.
Toothman admitted to breaking into the market, troopers noted. The Kentuckian is being held in the Letcher County jail in lieu of $25,000 bond.
I am reminded of this old commercial. The girl is actress the lovely Diane Franklin from Better Off Dead and The Last American Virgin.
You've seen these, but have you really seen them?
Two people sharing (or fighting over) a chip and bowl of salsa
The cyclist crouched low on his bike
Everything from a to z
A Kiss between K and I.
See the dancing bear? Toblerone chocolate bars originated in Bern, Switzerland, whose symbol is the bear.
The arrow means go.
Northwest Airlines: the compass points the way.
Gorilla + lioness = tree
The smiling face is also a g.
The Milwaukee Brewers' logo. The glove is made of an m and a b.