Sometimes, reality gets extra real for these contest winners, runners up, housewives and other quasi-celebrities.
Corrections officers, prison guards and jail deputies who found themselves on the wrong side of the bars.
Would you trust these people with your kids?
The shame of arrest combined with the added embarrassment of not quite looking your best for the mug shot.
Killers who would have gotten away with it, but felt compelled to tell.
On February 16, 1968, the first 911 call was placed. It probably wasn’t long after that that the first 911 non-emergency call was placed. A look at some outrageous use and abuse of 911.
The law has finally caught up with Jason Honaker, 38, of Hillsborough County Florida for abusing the 911 emergency response system. Honaker was charged with seven felony counts of false 911 calls after he reportedly called 1,200 times this year, about 26 times a day.
Judges whose naughty acts landed them on the wrong side of the gavel.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Since the company’s launch in 2004, a number of users have gotten arrested for what they’ve posted to Facebook, whether it’s threats of violence, child pornography, or photographic evidence of theft. In honor of the company’s ninth anniversary, here are nine individuals, most of them quite dumb, who have been arrested for something as simple and avoidable as a Facebook post.
When success on the field leads to too much celebration off the field.