Do You Suffer From "Miller Lite" Rage?

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February 21, 2017

A Guy Attacks His Waiter When a Fancy Italian Restaurant Doesn't Have Miller Lite

I'm not sure if Miller Lite is the right beer to pair with a slab of lasagna, but I'm not willing to fight someone to find out.

33-year-old Anthony Williams was at a nice Italian restaurant in New York City earlier this month, and he tried to order a Miller Lite.  But the restaurant only serves fancier beers than that, so they didn't have one for him.

Well that made him SO angry that he grabbed his 54-year-old waiter and THREW HIM over a table.  Then he took off.

The cops quickly tracked him down . . . right after he'd stopped at a store to buy some beer.  The police report didn't say what kind it was, but we HAVE to assume it was Miller Lite. 

Anyway, Anthony tried to fight the cops off by swinging his bag of beer at them, but it didn't work, and he was arrested for assault, harassment, and criminal mischief. 


Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned

There’s an old saying: “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”

And here’s a good example of that!  An unnamed man is accused of stealing $160 worth of merchandise from a Wal-Mart in Pennsylvania while shopping with his girlfriend.  But, when security stopped him, he ran from the store and drove away – leaving his girlfriend behind.

Well, this didn’t sit too well with his girlfriend, who promptly gave a full, detailed description of her boyfriend to the police – along with the info on what he drives and where he lives.

Stupid Criminals!!!

He was arrested shortly after.


Watch Where You Put That Decimal Point

If you're in college and trying to make some money by joining an "experimental study," make sure they don't accidently poison you.

Northumbria University in England has been fined after two students were given 100 times more caffeine than the experiment was supposed to supply.

Both students had to be put on kidney dialysis in intensive care after they had violent side effects. The students were given 30g of caffeine instead of .3g.  To put it all into perspective, death has been known to occur after ingesting 18g.

The university conceded the mistake and plans to pay the fine.