Man Poisons Co-Worker With ‘Bodily Fluid’
I'll let you try to figure out which one. This is "Crappy News" for Friday, November 16, 2018.
Hillsborough Township, NJ- Authorities are looking for a naked, dancing, window peeper.
Police have responded to at least four such incidents since July. Earlier this month a homeowner noticed the suspect peering into her house, wearing only a black wig, black and white shoes, and a bandanna over his face.
Security video from the home also shows the man "dabbing" before taking off.
Police have stepped up patrols in the area and urge the public to help identify the suspect. [NBC New York]
If he's dabbing in 2018, chances are the suspect is probably someone's dad.
Santa Ana, CA- A brawl broke out at McDonald's...because of ketchup.
Cops released video of a woman beating up a McDonald's manager last month.
Police say the woman went through the drive-thru to pick up her food, and became enraged when she discovered there was not enough ketchup in the order.
She then went inside the restaurant to confront staff. Cops say the woman "became combative" and began pushing, punching and choking an employee.
A man believed to be with the suspect helped escort her out of the building. Police have yet to make an arrest. [KTLA-TV]
If you get THAT angry over ketchup...I'd hate to see you react towards something important.
Tallahassee, FL- A man was busted for leaving--something extra--in a colleague's cup.
62-year-old Richard Tyson was arrested earlier this summer after being caught on video putting a "bodily fluid" into his co-worker's mug.
She said she was drinking water from the mug throughout the morning when she became aware of a white colored mucous floating at the top of her water.
Police say Tyson sent several letters to the victim and her employer indicating that he was not satisfied with her management style. Tyson wrote a letter to human resources admitting to the crime, and blamed his behavior on exhaustion due to his work schedule.
Tyson was charged with two felony counts of poisoning water with intent to kill or injure. [WTXL-TV]