Monday, March 28, 2005

Various True Stories From the Web

Breaking out of the men’s room

Sudden chaos erupted at a sports bar when, just before 2 a.m., the manager heard loud banging coming from the men’s room.

He rushed in to find a man standing next to an extensively damaged bathroom stall, door, wall and lock. The man said that he found himself locked in the stall and did what he had to do — which was kick his way out.

The manager requested that the man take care of the damages, to which the man said no. The man only got as far as his car parked in the lot.

The officers found him sleeping in the car. They awoke him and charged him with criminal damage to property and released him (not to drive) on a copy pending a May 5 court date.

Hey, you’re no salesman!

The resident was at his apartment around 11 a.m. when he heard a knock. He looked through the peep hole and saw a man standing outside the door. He assumed the man was a salesman, so he ignored the knocking and sat down.

A minute or so later he heard what sounded like prying at the door. As the resident stood watching, the man outside pried the door open and walked in the apartment.

After a short but very awkward moment, the burglar turned and ran. The victim chased the man down the street. He and some bystanders cornered the suspect and called police.

Food fight

Two women got into a fight over the cooking critique one made to the other while preparing dinner. The offender told the victim to pack her stuff and get out. The victim refused, so the offender put her finger in the victim’s face. The victim shoved her away. The suspect grabbed a butcher knife and walked toward the victim.

The victim locked herself in the bedroom and called police. The offender stabbed the door several times before the officers arrived. She was arrested and taken to Fulton County jail.


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