There Was a Brawl at Costco Over Taking Too Many Food Samples
24-year-old Derrick Gharabighi was at a Costco in Burbank, California on Sunday morning, filling up on free samples of mini Eggo Waffles and Nutella. Apparently there were only a few left, and Derrick grabbed all of them. So a 78-year-old customer came over and told him not to take so many, because he wanted one too. And that’s when Derrick reared back and punched him in the face. The 78-year-old hasn’t been identified, but he ended up in the hospital with a serious cut above his eye. Derrick was arrested for felony elder abuse, and causing great bodily injury against a person over 70. He’s facing up to 11 years in prison if he’s convicted. Get more here.
A Ginger Extremist Was Convicted in a Royal Death Plot, So Prince Harry Could Be King?
Gingers of the world rejoice! You finally have a champion willing to right the wrongs perpetrated against you. Unfortunately he’s insane, and going to jail. There’s a 37-year-old guy in Southampton, England named Mark Colborne who suffers from depression and agoraphobia, that’s where you develop anxiety about being in public. He’s a ginger and apparently Mark felt belittled by others for being white with red hair, so he developed an elaborate terrorist plot with two main objectives. First, he assembled notes, books, and recipes for making poison, so he could conduct a mass cyanide attack. He ordered the ingredients over the internet, along with dust masks, metal filter funnels, plastic syringes, and latex gloves. Second, he planned to assassinate Prince Charles, by shooting him in the head with a sniper rifle, so Prince Harry would be closer to the throne. Although he’s behind Prince William. Still, Harry is arguably the world’s most powerful ginger. Mark was arrested in June, convicted this week, and he’ll be sentenced in November. Get more here.
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