Awkward, compromising the stuff of nightmares. These are the world’s most embarrassing arrests.
Immature, impetuous, illegal — and arrested — these days grandmas and grandpas aren’t necessarily what they used to be.
Party too hardy, and this could be you.
A 70-year-old man in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, came to the attention of police on January 10, 2014, when alarmed passing motorists saw him lying out in a field, presumably with his pants down around his ankles.
When you are collared for driving under the influence, and you need a ride home, it should be obvious that you need a sober person to come and get you. Conversely, when you drive to a police station for any reason at all, you should be sober. With that in mind, this case shows how “the obvious” often slips by people when they are drunk.
Meet Kenneth Spangle, 62, sentenced to 262 months in prison for a 2012 bank robbery in Placentia, California. With a stocking over his head, he yelled, waved a fake gun and got about $10,000. He ditched his clothes near the bank, but left his ID with them. When arrested, in disgust he reportedly asked the officer to shoot him.
These people might have had different reasons for being in costume, to fight crimes, to commit them, or just to have fun, but they all have one thing in common: they all wound up arrested in them.
There are many who dream about their wedding day. These people will be having nighmares about theirs for years.
Air rage, assault, drunk and disorderly, even murder; many of the crimes that happen down here also happen up there.
Though no one is officially calling it Operation Silent But Deadly, police sources have confirmed that the overwhelming gassiness of one unnamed officer in Leicester, England, is being credited with a huge pot bust.