There was a lot of yelling on the number 3 train in Brooklyn on Monday, when police responded to reports of a young man who’d allegedly stolen someone’s phone. A woman who allegedly tried to intervene in the man’s arrest also ended up facing charges.
The real-life superhero thing doesn’t seem to be going out of fashion, and local Batmans (Batmen?) are popping up all over the place, including across the pond in Britain. Stan Worby, 39, a Chinese food delivery driver who doubles as a self-styled superhero, has been arrested in Bradford for allegedly burglarizing a garage.
It takes years of hard work and sacrifice to become a doctor. But even though the job is to heal suffering, it doesn’t make you a saint. The following is a group of healthcare professionals whose infirmities might be better cured with time behind bars than conventional medicine.
From the flasher in a bookstore for the blind, to the inebriated robber who can’t find the way out of the home he is robbing, to the guy who tried to cash a forged check for $1,000,000, these cases prove inconclusively that you just can’t fix stupid.
Strippers who got snagged by the law.
Ten cases that highlight the blurry line between aggression and self-defense.
I want my MTV…and my lawyer!
Teachers’ entanglements with the law.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Just as all good things must eventually come to an end, all pain-in-the-ass kids who cruise into grocery stores with the sole intention of filming themselves smashing gallon-sized jugs of milk onto aisle floors must eventually be charged with seven counts each of misdemeanor destruction of property and disorderly conduct.
It’s common for people living in close quarters to squabble, but these roommates took their disputes to the extreme.