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A Pennsylvania high school student is up on criminal charges for mooning two 8th grade girls.
The girls were on a high school tour with their class when the 18-year-old boy mooned them.
The teen was suspended, banned from participating in graduation, and slapped with criminal charges.
He’s being charged with disorderly conduct and open lewdness, which could get him a year in jail.
He’s written an apology to the girls and the school saying he made horrible mistake that was “wrong and out of character.”
Sunday was stoner day in Winter Haven, Florida
A portable traffic sign — the kind that usually warns motorists of road work or lane closures — instead advised: "Smoke weed erryday."
One resident suspected the sign was the work of local high-school students.
Watch this woman at the Czech Beer Festival did it.
NOTE: Doctor’s don’t recommend you try this at home, you can lose your hearing
A California man was arrested for drunkenly falling and passing out on his mother, pinning her to the kitchen floor for hours.
The 81-year-old woman woman was on the floor for an extended period of time before she was able to get relatives to call police. First responders arrived and reported that the legs of the mother and the son were intertwined and the son was passed out.
The mother was taken to a Medical Center, where she had to have surgery on her hip, which was broken in three places.
The son was taken to the Hospital to be treated for alcohol poisoning.
A man from northwest suburban Roselle, in DuPage County, faces a charge of misdemeanor animal cruelty after police said he sexually abused his pet peacock.
David Beckman, 64, of the 600 block of East Devon
Details surrounding the case with the peacock, reportedly named Phyl, were unclear Friday, as investigators said it was part of the case involving the child, the Daily Herald reported.
Court records confirmed Beckman faces three charges of harassment by telephone, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of
He remained in the DuPage County Jail on Friday on a $10,000 bond. An arraignment was scheduled for June 12.