KENOSHA, WIAntonio BrownA drunk man dressed as a clown has been accused of dangling a boy over a railroad overpass early Sunday morning.

According to police, 33-year-old Antonio Brown came home drunk after attending a Halloween party Saturday night. Still dressed as a clown, he told his girlfriend’s two kids that he wanted to go walk the train tracks, something they had all done before.

As he and the two boys – ages 13 and 8 – walked along the tracks, Brown continued drinking alcohol. The boys said Brown was “acting strange” and ended up making them drink the alcohol to the point that one of the boys threw up.

When the younger of the two boys got scared and wanted to go home, Brown got angry. The two boys took off running with Brown in hot pursuit. Brown caught up to the older boy, grabbed him, picked him up and hung him upside down from an overpass. “If you try that again, I’m going to drop you,” he allegedly informed the boy.

Police were dispatched to the neighborhood after residents called to report hearing screaming in the area. Officers eventually found Brown and the two boys behind a section of tall bushes. The boys were “crying uncontrollably” and Brown was obviously drunk off his ass.

Brown was arrested and charged with two counts each of physical abuse of a child and second-degree recklessly endangering safety. If convicted, Brown faces up to ten years in prison and $25,000 in fines.

Psychologist: Ok, Billy, let’s talk a little bit about your irrational fear of clowns

Billy: I really wouldn’t call it irrational, doctor.

Psychologist: Billy, it’s called coulrophobia. Many people suffer from it and luckily it can be treated with a variety of methods, such as hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistic programming. With some time, you will be able to control your fear of clowns by acknowledging just how irrational the fear is.

Billy: I, I’m not sure any of that will work with me, doctor.

Psychologist: How about we give it a shot, Billy. I mean, what’s the worst that can happen? So tell me, when did you first realize you were scared of clowns?

Billy: Hmm. That would have to be when I was 13-years-old. A drunk, angry clown chased me and my younger brother down some railroad tracks in the middle of the night. When he caught up to me, he dangled me off an overpass and threatened to drop me if I ever ran from him again.

Psychologist: I see. Here’s a lifetime prescription for Lithium.

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