A 49-year-old Florida woman was arrested last month for exposing her backside to her boyfriend and a teen boy after she attacked them with papayas.
A Vero Beach police arrest report published by TCPalm.com on Tuesday showed that when officers responded to the March 10 disturbance, Suzanne Evlarina Wasden met them and her “pants were partway down exposing her buttocks.”
“The defendant was very intoxicated,” the report stated. “The defendant had blood on her arms and shirt.”
Wasden told police that the skirmish had started when her boyfriend showed up wanting “birthday sex.”
Police spoke to a 16-year-old neighbor who said that Wasden had come to his trailer earlier in the evening “wanting a cigarette and beer.”
“When she didn’t [get] one, she started yelling and screaming,” according to the report. The suspect allegedly began hitting the boyfriend and pushed him into some glass.
The teen “said that the defendant then started throwing papayas at them.”
At that point, Wasden reportedly pulled her jeans down and said, “Kiss my butt.”
“That was something that none of us wanted to see,” the teen explained to police.
Indian River County Sheriff’s Office records indicated that Wasden was arrested on misdemeanor disorderly intoxication charges and released on $500 bond two days later. She was scheduled appear in court on Tuesday morning.
Wasden had been previously arrested in November of 2012 and has a “Georgia peach” tattoo on her right ankle.
I guess we shouldn't rejoice in someone else's death, so a moment of silence for this gentleman.
A man who was found dead hanging by a rope off an 18-story Sacramento high-rise appears to have been a graffiti tagger, Sacramento police said Monday.
Fire Battalion Chief Marc Bentovoja said the man appears to have died accidentally of asphyxiation when he created a harness from the rope and lowered himself down the east side of the office building.
"From everything we can tell, he didn't have any special rope rappelling equipment on, climbing equipment or anything like that," he said. "He appeared to be looped into the rope."
Police department spokeswoman Michele Gigante said Monday afternoon that investigators found a can of spray paint on the part of a balcony where the ropes were anchored. A tool for etching glass was found on the ground below his body, she said.
Gigante said building surveillance showed the man entering the building alone on Sunday. Police believe he gained access to the roof of the nearly 240-foot building and lowered himself three floors down to the balcony before lowering himself again.
Police and fire crews responded after receiving a call at 7:44 a.m. Monday. Rescue personnel were seen rappelling down the side of the building to check on the man, but he was already dead. The body was retrieved shortly after 9 a.m.
The coroner's office will conduct an autopsy to determine the official cause of death. It is not releasing the man's identity until his relatives are notified.
Bentovoja said the man did not appear to work for the building.
Formally named the 1201 K Tower, the building houses offices for lobbyists, public relations businesses and law firms that do business two blocks away at the Capitol.
The man's death comes less than three weeks after police say a 22-year-old convicted graffiti tagger fell to his death while spray-painting a freeway bridge in Sacramento. Gigante said the deaths were unrelated.
An Australian laundry owner who threatened to dissolve his workers in acid and taunted them about being raped has been fined $50,000.
Kevin Andrews, 61, was convicted by a court in Melbourne of bullying several of his workers physically, psychologically and verbally at his business between 2007 and 2009.
Andrews had repeatedly threatened his staff, warning them he would burn them in acid or set his dogs on them. He also taunted them about a rapist in the area.
On one occasion Andrews asked an employee to bring his dogs to the laundry "and if an employee stuffed up they would be bitten by the dogs – that is, the employee would be locked up with the dogs in a shipping container".
The magistrate, Hugh Radford, who described Andrews' behaviour as "disgusting and appalling" said the effects of the bullying on staff were "harrowing and profound".
Mr Radford also made reference to an incident where Andrews told a woman she "should have been drowned at birth" and called another "porky", a "wog" and a "big fat bush pig".
He warned his employees he would dissolve them in acid, and told them a rapist was "waiting for them".
He also said that all women were "dogs" and were "only good for one thing".
According to www.theage.com.au Andrews also yelled at staff, hit their desk with sticks, or threw items at them.
The magistrate, who noted a fine was the only sentence he could impose for the charge, convicted and fined Andrews $50,000 – the maximum available was $53,715 – with $50,000 costs.
In his remarks he said it was clear the employees had worked hard for Andrews and "in many ways were financially trapped".
Secret agent 007 might have a licence to kill. But James Bond is not exempt from American road laws and had to take a course on “responsible safe driving” in order to be allowed on the road.
Or rather the actor who plays the current Bond - Craig, Daniel Craig, - had to. Having moved to Manhattan, New York with his wife fellow actor Rachel Weisz, Craig has had to take driving lessons to obtain a legal motorist’s licence.
All foreigners, regardless of if they are top secret agents on their Majesty’s Service or mere mortals, must pass a road safety test, a pre-licencing driving-safety course and take a written exam.
Richard Fernandez, of the Professional Driving School of the Americas, where Craig took the five-hour lesson, said: “No one is exempt, regardless of who you are.”
Which, given how quickly the DBS Aston Martin which crashed on its way to the Skyfall film set in 2008 became as flat as a pancake (remarkably leaving its driver with minor injuries), is rather a good thing.
But Craig is not exempt from all the special treatment being 007 gets you: “His assistant requested a special class for Daniel by himself. No other students were there. He was such a nice dude, so friendly,'' driving instructor Fernandez told the New York Post.
Luckily, the 44-year-old passed his test on Staten Island with flying colours and lives to drive another day.