On this Weird and Wacky Wednesday, we look at an indecent Juul proposal, a man attempting to buy Taco Bell while naked, and a neighbourly dispute over, what else, Donald Trump.
Follow the jump to find out the weirdest and wackiest stories making the rounds this week.
Juul in the crown
The media loves to poke fun at Gen Z for their supposed obsession with vaping. The young lady in our first story is not doing much to help that stereotype.
Madison Bryant was arrested while her boyfriend was pulled over for suspected drunk driving. After telling the police she wanted to go to the bathroom, officers offered to drive the 19-year-old to a nearby truck stop. Instead, she decided to urinate in front of the squad car.
Police arrested her for disorderly intoxication, a misdemeanor in her native Florida, however, things only got worse from there. On the way to the county jail, Bryant repeatedly asked a sheriff’s deputy to give back her Juul vape. At one point she offered to perform a sex act on the deputy if he gave it back to her.
With that, Bryant managed to spin a misdemeanor arrest into a possible felony because she was also charged with offering a bribe to a public servant.
No shirt, no shoes, no nothing, no service
Drive-thru restaurants cater to people with a more relaxed attitude to dining out, but even they have limits. Enough was enough for the staff at a Taco Bell drive-thru in Oklahoma after an encounter with a butt-naked driver.
The 61-year-old man turned up at the drive-thru naked in his car. After paying for his food he reportedly asked workers for an extra taco and sauces. He also allegedly left at one point only to return and ask for more sauces again.
Imagine being the poor drive-thru worker having to deal with a bare-assed customer who won’t go away. Eventually, the police got involved. When they asked him why he was naked, the man reportedly said his clothes were in the washer and he didn’t know it was illegal to drive naked. Whether it’s legal or not, come on man, put some damn clothes on when you go outside.
Capture the flag
With the closure of the Trump International Hotel in Vancouver last week, we Canadians know all about the strong emotions any visual symbol related to Donald Trump can elicit.
A dispute broke out between a landlord and his tenant in Florida over a flag. Not just any flag, however, a Donald Trump flag. The landlord allegedly entered the tenant’s backyard, pushed her to the ground and stole the flag.
The landlord was arrested and charged with battery.