Man Drives Drunk To A Job Interview – With The Police Department!!

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February 23, 2017
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Man Drives Drunk To Job Interview – With The Police Department!!

Drinking and driving is never acceptable behavior, especially if you're driving to a job interview, but how about driving drunk to a job interview at a police department?

A man who was interviewing for a computer systems job with the Greater Manchester Police Department in northern England showed up drunk to his interview.

The police quickly ran a Breathalyzer and charged him with drunk driving.  They also banned him from driving for 12 months, and fined him $300.

Oh, and he didn’t get the job.

 

A Woman Does Cartwheels During Her Sobriety Test

So you get pulled over for drunk driving and the cop wants you to walk a straight line.  Then you say, “I’ll do you one better and you do a cartwheel instead!!!”

A 23-year-old woman named Bryelle Marshall was pulled over in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday night, and the cop wanted to give her the standard sobriety tests like walking in a straight line.

But instead of doing that, Bryelle did a pretty good CARTWHEEL.  The cop told her not to do that, but about two minutes later, she did another one.  That one WASN'T so graceful, and she wound up falling down.

In between the cartwheels, she was giggling and stumbling around.  And she was eventually arrested and charged with aggravated drunk driving.

Stupid Criminals!!!

Click here to see her mugshot and a video of her doing the cartwheels.

 

The Spelling ‘B’ Bandit

Authorities in Massachusetts are looking for an alleged bank robber who can't spell.

The FBI has dubbed him the "spelling bee bandit." That's because his robbery notes contain a single misspelled word: "robery" spelled with one B.

His most recent heist took place Sunday at the TD Bank in Peabody.  Cops say he's hit three other banks, passing the same misspelled note to tellers each time.

The FBI is increasing efforts to catch him because they say he's getting increasingly aggressive toward employees.

(--Aggressive, that’s A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E.  Just in case you were curious.)