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Deltona, Florida - A central Florida man found out the hard way he can't have it his way when he joking ordered drugs a Burger King drive through. His companion tried to order "blunt and some herbs." The cashier smelled marijuana in the car and took down the license number. When police caught up with him, they found 28 grams of marijuana.

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This would be more ironic than funny, but the head of Federal Aviation Adminstration resigns after driving drunk and on the wrong side of the road. He also refused a breathilizer test. He made himself look bad when you consider the fact he was heading an agency that supposed to cracking on drunk pilots and sleeping air traffic controllers.

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Oklahoma - 45 year old woman mixes meth at Walmart. She had rounded up the need ingredients including lithium and chemical drain cleaner. When confronted by police after being in the back of the store for six hours, the suspect had a mixed a bottle of sulfuric acid with starter fluid. The reason given for shoplifting the ingedients - she couldn't afford to pay for them.

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A man was arrested after choking on tobacco spit from the truck driver he had stolen a lorry from. The thief mistook the truck driver's tobacco-spit cup for a soft drink.

The 26-year-old stole the truck, which had been left with the engine running, from a shopping centre in Vancouver, Washington.

He mistook the tobacco-spit cup sitting on the dash for a soft drink and took a big gulp. The thief started choking and had to stop and call 911 for medical help.

Meanwhile, the absent driver had returned from washing his hands to see someone drive off in his truck. He notified the police who quickly caught up with the choking thief.

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A man was arrested after choking on tobacco spit from the truck driver he had stolen a lorry from. The thief mistook the truck driver's tobacco-spit cup for a soft drink.

The 26-year-old stole the truck, which had been left with the engine running, from a shopping centre in Vancouver, Washington.

He mistook the tobacco-spit cup sitting on the dash for a soft drink and took a big gulp. The thief started choking and had to stop and call 911 for medical help.

Meanwhile, the absent driver had returned from washing his hands to see someone drive off in his truck. He notified the police who quickly caught up with the choking thief.

Serves him right. :lol:

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Pennsylvania - a 19 year old man who was arrested for marijuana in May learns what not to say to police. After a preliminary hearing in which his lawyer attempted to make a case the weed could have belonged to someone in the car, the defendent decided to put a hole in the story by asking the police if he could have his weed back.

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Pennsylvania - a 19 year old man who was arrested for marijuana in May learns what not to say to police. After a preliminary hearing in which his lawyer attempted to make a case the weed could have belonged to someone in the car, the defendent decided to put a hole in the story by asking the police if he could have his weed back.

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You can't fix stupid. :lol:

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Two thieves could be heard bragging about stealing DVDs and computer games from a Madison, Wis., Target after they accidentally pocket-dialled 911, police say.

Police said the two men entered the Target store Tuesday afternoon. When they got into their SUV after the heist, 911 got a call and the dispatcher listened in as they "yakked, jawed, and chortled about all they had done."

In the nearly one hour call, police said the men bragged about what they stole, described the vehicle they were in and where they were going next.

"The men even dialogued about how police would be looking for a blue Dodge Durango without license plates, so they decided to put the plates back on," police said in a release.

Police officers followed the pair and, as the two men got out of the SUV at another parking lot, arrested them.

"As one suspect got out of the SUV, he asked an officer, 'You guys tap my phone?' Both men were dumbfounded by how police knew exactly where they would be," police said.

During the arrest, police finally ended the call between the cellphone and the 911 dispatcher.

A 29-year-old and a 28-year-old were arrested.

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The chef at a hotel in Switzerland lost a finger in a meat cutting machine and after a little shopping around, submitted a claim to his insurance company. The

company expecting negligence sent out one of its men to have a look for himself. He tried the machine, and he also lost a finger.. The chef's claim was approved.

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I just read this in the news concerning North Korea's leader dying.

"Russia and China have to be embarrassed by North Korea, whose propaganda machine depicted Kim Jong-il as a jet fighter pilot, a composer of operas, a movie producer with a photographic memory, and a golfing phenomenon who in his first attempt at the game scored 11 holes in one."

Who,,in their right mind would believe any of this?

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Greece, New York - A drunk driver hits a deer and attempts to drive the injured animal to a hospital for humans. An argument broke out among the driver's companions as to what to do with the deer which sealed the deer's fate. It was after the driver was pulled over that the animal was spotted in the trunk by the officer. While it was commendable the driver wanted to help the injured deer, he was still looking at drunk driving charges.

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