Florida man, John Balmer, was arrested at a Kmart in Hudson, Florida, on Monday.
During his arrest, police noticed Balmer's shirt, which read: "Who needs drugs" in all caps. Underneath that, it read: "No, Seriously, I have drugs".
And seriously, he did, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. They then posted a photo of Balmer in the shirt on their Facebook page.
It's becoming harder and harder to pull a good April Fool's Day prank. We blame the internet for this, as not long after you log on you are reminded of the tricky nature of April 1 and thus put your guard up.
Like so many of us have done, Ryan Hopkins made a bad decision while drunk. Unlike the rest of us, he decided to rob a Little Caesars. But the stick-up didn't go quite the way he had (probably not) planned.
No matter how hard police tried, Raymond Garcia wouldn't *stop* fighting a stop sign. (See what we did there?) Officers in Roswell, New Mexico were responding to a report of a man fighting a stop sign, and that is exactly what they found. We aren't sure what the sign did, but it must've been pretty bad, because not even a taser could stop Garcia.
Everything was going well for burglar Cristian Villarreal-Castillo. He had just snatched a cache of small electronics from cars in a Hillsboro, OR neighborhood and then he really hit the jackpot when he was able to enter into a home through an unlocked back door.
All the 20-year old had to do is not fall asleep and he would've made off with quite the haul. Unfortunately for Villarreal-Castillo, he
Oh internet. Wilst thou deliver us some serious weirdness today? YEP! In the city of Hoquiam, WA, there was a criminal walking the streets. He was a supervillain of sorts. Like most supervillains he carried a weapon vastly different than a gun. No, it wasn't a giant freeze ray or a sword made of fire. Nope, this dude was carrying with him a dead weasel... well, a marten technically.