June 2022

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 205

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday, a woman in Ontario was caught drinking on the job…her job being a school bus driver! A woman in Pennsylvania claimed her lack of pants was a result of a snake eating them and an Ohio attorney has been suspended from the Supreme Court for exposing himself one too many times.

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Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 204

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday, two men in Virginia Beach got arrested after trying to steal gas and sell it for cheaper, a bodybuilder was caught lying thanks to his wife’s social media and a man in Memphis was arrested after trying to sell a stolen car…back to its original owner.

Follow the jump and learn more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal cases from around the globe!

Stealing and passing gas

With gas reaching insanely high prices within the last few months, it’s getting harder and harder for people to afford it.

It seems as though two men in Virginia Beach thought so too, and apparently decided to do something about it.

While the investigation is still ongoing, the police have accused and arrested two young men for apparently stealing thousands of dollars worth of gas. Apparently, they were selling this stolen gas for cheaper through an app.

It’s interesting to think they’re selling it for cheaper when just a few months ago we saw a story of men stealing gas and selling it for more. Maybe these guys were trying to be like modern-day Robin Hoods, but didn’t take into consideration they might get caught.

Big bodybuilder caught in a big lie

Now, this next story is a bit messed up and just downright wrong. A bodybuilder in Long Island was caught in a disability scam after his wife posted photos of him weightlifting on her Instagram.

Now obviously the fact that he was lifting heavy weights was not the problem, the problem was that he had been collecting disability checks since 2015, after claiming he had a severe fall during his time as an electrician and could no longer work.

But as it turns out, that was a complete lie.

Luckily thanks to social media (who would’ve thought people would be saying that), the man was caught and now has to pay it all back and complete five years of probation. I guess sometimes social media can be a good thing.

That is literally my car

A man was arrested in Memphis after doing what was possibly the dumbest thing he could’ve done. Trying to sell a car he had stolen back to the original owner.

The man went out of his way to contact the woman and offered to sell it back to her for $3000. She set up a meeting time and place with him, however instead of showing up herself, she sent the police.

The man was obviously arrested and has been charged with auto theft and extortion.

I honestly don’t know how the man expected his plan to work, but I’d genuinely like for him to let us in on his thought process.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 203

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday we begin in Albany where hundreds of cockroaches were released into a courtroom, then there was a woman who was arrested for swimming from Bangladesh to India, and finally, a Houston man was arrested after he rapped about robbing an ATM because it turns out that was something he actually did.

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Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 202

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday a pant less customer vandalized a restaurant in New York City, a robbery in Pennsylvania resulted in only frozen food being stolen, and a man in Dallas took out his anger on innocent museum artifacts.

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How long is too long for your traffic ticket trial?

Most people are aware of the colloquial “right to a speedy trial.” This is included in the Canadian Charter under Section 11(b) which states ‘any person charged with an offence has the right: to be tried within a reasonable time.’

A ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada in 2016, in the case, called R v. Jordan, guarantees everyone has the right to a trial in a reasonable time.

Can I get a ticket for moving my phone?

A lot of people contact us after receiving a distracted driving ticket, and the biggest question they usually have is ‘how can I get a ticket for moving my phone?’

When people think about the law, which prohibits using an electronic device while driving most people don’t understand that the term ‘use’ is defined very broadly in the Motor Vehicle Act.

Weird and Wacky Wednesday: Volume 201

This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday an older man is in trouble after exposing himself on a beach in Florida. Then there’s an employee at a call centre in Argentina that was fired after drugging his coworkers and we end off with a group of thieves who learned the hard way, why stealing sacred statues is a bad idea.

Follow the jump and learn more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal cases from around the globe!

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