Cops Respond to a Noise Complaint About Video Games . . . and Wind Up Joining in
Police in St. Paul, Minnesota got a noise complaint call last week. And when they went to the apartment, they found it was four guys . . . playing the Nintendo game “Super Smash Bros.”
And the cops . . . JOINED IN and started playing the game with them.
One of the guys says their neighbors have called the cops on them before and, quote, “This is the same noise level we’ve been having. [And the cops] confirmed, a few times, that we weren’t even loud.”
And all things considered, quote, “You see so many videos of terrible results [with the cops] . . . I’m not trying to end up in jail or hurt, or have my friends harmed . . . instead of something negative, it was something wholesome.”
Man Suing Airline Because Pinky Got Stuck In Armrest
LA West Media claims Stephen Keys is suing Skywest Airlines because his pinky got stuck in one of their armrests. Keys was flying from Reno to Los Angeles when he raised his right armrest. His right pinky became lodged inside a small hole in the armrest. A spring mechanism then applied pressure to it. Keys was unable to dislodge his finger. Firefighters were unable to free his finger. An airline mechanic finally disassembled the armrest. Keys is seeking unspecified damages.
Here Are the 10 Things We’re Most Likely to Run Out to Buy on Christmas
It wouldn’t be Christmas without at least one emergency trip to Walgreens to buy something you forgot. I mean, you’d just totally RUIN CHRISTMAS if you didn’t have Triscuits or whatever.
A new survey found the top 10 things we’re most likely to rush out to buy on Christmas. Check ’em out . . .
5. A box of chocolates
6. Scotch tape
8. Someone’s present
9. Wrapping paper
10. Other foods for dinner