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And my dick.
Meet Natasha West. The Chicagoan, 27, is facing assault and property damage charges after becoming unhinged when a Denny’s waitress explained that she was not allowed to share her $4 all-you-can-eat pancake special with her friends.

West was dining Friday at a Denny’s in Oak Lawn, a Chicago suburb, when a server explained that the unlimited pancake offer was good for a single diner.
This did not sit well with West, who was apparently was under the impression that her $4 bought everyone at the table and unending pancake bounty.
According to the Oak Lawn Police Department, West cursed at the waitress and threw several punches at the employee (though the blows did not land). West and her party then left Denny’s without paying their tab, but not before she repeatedly kicked a door on the way out.

Pictured, West was subsequently collared after Denny’s workers gave police a description of the car in which she and her pals fled. West was charged with assault and damage to property. One of West’s friends, Jerome Ivory, 31, was busted for providing police with false identification.  

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Quote:TWO thieves who spotted a car with its engine running, jumped in to go for a joy ride only to find an eight-year-old child in the back seat.

The boy’s mother had got out of the car at a post office she works in the city of Norfolk, Virginia, the Virginia-Pilot reported.

The opportunistic thieves took the Chevrolet Impala only to find the boy inside and told him his mother had wanted them to drive him to school and asked for the address.

They drove him almost a kilometre to Ghent Elementary School, dropped him off, and then drove away.

The mother discovered the car and her son missing after about 20 minutes and called the police.

“The mum ran into work to take care of a few things and left the car running with the music on,” Norfolk Police Department spokeswoman Melinda Wray told People. “Apparently, this was something she did regularly and had never had any problems.”

About 10 minutes later the boy was found at school and the car was found abandoned almost five kilometres from the school through the iPhone the mother had left in the car.

“All of our officers began looking for the car and this little boy,” says Wray. They found him “sitting in class as if nothing had happened,” she added.

When police interviewed the boy, he revealed that two men, whom he did not know, got into the car and told him they were supposed to take him to school.

“It was slightly odd to him. He was nervous because he had never seen these men before,” said Wray.

“The child, after he learnt the true details of what happened, he was obviously shaken. But the men were not trying to abduct him. They were just trying to steal the vehicle.”

Norfolk Police have yet to make any arrests over the theft of the vehicle and are also looking into whether the mother should face charges of child neglect.
I saw that article.
We have special thieves in Hampton Roads !
Cathy Bernstein reported to police by her car, a Ford, after a hit and run accident

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Quote:A WOMAN motorist involved in a hit and run accident thought she had got away with the crime until her own car called emergency services.

Cathy Bernstein, 57, had driven off after crashing into the back of a Dodge Caravan, putting the female driver in hospital, in the city of Port St Lucie in St Lucie County, Florida.

But her car, a Ford Focus, had other ideas. St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office received an automated call from the vehicle’s emergency system Sync stating the owner had been involved in a crash and to press zero to speak with the occupants of the vehicle.

Bernstein denied she had been in a crash, stating that a car had only pulled out in front of her and did not hit her. However, the operator, was sceptical.

“Your car wouldn’t call us if someone pulled out in front of you unless there had been an accident,” she said in the recording obtained by WPBF

At the same time, police were investigating the hit and run. The van driver told police she had been hit by a black Ford car.

Police officers found the car at Bernstein’s home and saw that it had been damaged at the front, with silver paint from the van and an airbag had been deployed.

Bernstein finally admitted to police officers that she had been the driver of the hit and run and said that she was fleeing from another crash when she hit the van.

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Wow just wow! Georgia is trying to out do Florida. 

Quote:It must have been quite the scene for both customers and employees of one Cobb County Waffle House.

After allegedly punching a woman in the face and breaking her nose, a Marietta woman threw multiple Waffle House platters at people inside the diner Friday night on George Busbee Parkway, her arrest warrant states.

Jennifer Mary Nicholson damaged a window when she hit it with a platter and also threw one at a Cobb police officer, her warrant states. Nicholson was not wearing any clothes during the tirade, police said.

“The accused stripped off all of her clothes off in front of Waffle House staff and patrons during a suspected excited delirium state,” the warrant states.

Nicholson resisted being arrested, scratching a police officer across the chin and drawing blood, according to police. Once she was arrested, she was charged with aggravated battery and criminal damage to property, both felonies, and simple assault, obstruction, simple battery and public indecency.

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I wonder what the first clue was that she would cause trouble?
She's an amateur!
Quote: Nicholson was not wearing any clothes during the tirade, police said.

That was probably offensive all by itself.
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