Huber Heights, OH — Jesus. I am having a hard time finding anything to write about today that comes close to the face eater, the intestine thrower and the dog that was skinned alive. I’m guessing that’s actually a good thing.
So here’s a story about a man who drove his truck into a Taco Bell because they left a 99-cent taco off his order.
According to police, Michael Smith had driven away from a Taco Bell drive-through with a meal for him and his girlfriend when he realized they had left off a taco. Slightly annoyed, Smith drove back through the drive-through and politely pointed out the error to the employees because, well, shit happens.
Sorry, that was me. I get enraged when people almost kill me in traffic, or the DD server goes down as I am publishing a story… I don’t get ‘roid rage whenever some teen making minimum wage gets my order wrong at a fast food restaurant. I just assume that’s gonna happen so that I am pleasantly surprised when it doesn’t.…Continue Reading
Albany, GA — Police are searching for an unsatisfied customer accused of hurling a badly crafted Molotov cocktail at the drive-thru window of a Taco Bell restaurant shortly after phoning in a complaint that there was not enough meat in his XXL Chalupa.
According to the police report, the disgruntled man purchased two of the XXL’s earlier that evening. Upon returning home, he apparently realized he had been gypped and quickly dialed the restaurant to bitch.
Restaurant manager Cynthia Thomspon took the call, later telling police the man demanded that she correct his order. When told that the eatery was closing for the evening and his demands could not be met, the man reportedly replied, “You must be one of them n*ggers up there.” He added, “That’s alright, I’ll just come and redecorate the place.”
A short time later, there was a hint of gasoline in the air. Though Thompson and other employees could smell it, they didn’t know where it was coming from. It didn’t take them long (I hope) to find the source of the smell – it was coming from the fire right outside the drive-thru window.…Continue Reading
Vancouver, WA — Police responded to a Vancouver Taco Bell Thursday evening after receiving a call from a patron at the restaurant who claimed a woman had tried to hawk her 3-day-old infant for the paltry sum of $500.
According to police, Heidi Lynn Knowles (née Heidi Gasaway) approached a female at the diner, handed her the infant and named her price. The woman, perhaps aware that any infant under $2,500 is bound to be a lemon, wisely declined Knowles’ pitch and called 911.
Deputies took written statements from the woman who called 911, from someone who had been with her, and from a Taco Bell employee — all corroborating the allegation that Knowles tried to sell the baby.
Knowles and the infant were soon found at a nearby motel. Though she denied trying to sell the child, police say she was “evasive” during questioning.
36-year-old Knowles was taken into custody and booked on charges of attempted baby selling – a Class C felony. She apparently had a shit ton of outstanding warrants for previous charges that included bail jumping, theft and possession of drug paraphernalia.…Continue Reading