If your weapon is stupid and weird, but it works, maybe it isn’t so stupid after all.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: A woman in Fort Pierce, Florida, was arrested after bragging about a high-heel shoe attack on Twitter.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Only in Pittsburgh would a Furby make headlines. It turns out that though the stupid things won’t shut up when you’re trying to sleep, they do make a good weapon when thrown toward a person’s head at high velocity.
Western Nebraska man Larry Spurling, 50, of Melbeta, was arrested on September 30, after police received a call from his wife saying that he had pushed her down and smushed a sandwich in her face.
Sanford, Fla., man Michael Wayne Jones became infuriated when his girlfriend and her daughter jumped in the car with plans to go smoke some crack. So he did what any sane, level-headed adult would do: he went totally berserk, busted up her car and beat her with her own dog.
Police in Davenport, Iowa, were called to a residence after the homeowner allegedly drove two guests, who had overstayed their welcome, out of her home — with a pooper scooper. Luckily no one was injured. Police said that while the weapon was not loaded, it was still dangerous.
Gastonia, N.C., man Charles Maurice Talbert, 29, was having an argument with an unidentified woman over groceries— an argument that had gone on for two days. On Sunday at around 11:30 a.m., it seems that the woman, who has a prosthetic leg and is in a wheelchair, had apparently had more than enough.