Stupid Is, Stupid Does

Man High on Meth Surfs on Stranger’s Car

Jonathan Restrepo, 25 jumped out of his girlfriend’s car in the middle of traffic, then jumped onto several cars and even jumped into a convertible going 20 mph. “He was running around like a monkey with his tongue out, waving his arms in the air, jumping on top of cars,” the man who recorded the video said. Eventually police arrive coming the other way on and Restrepo jumps off the car and bolts for a grassy area. “When he went to run away from the cops, he didn’t even run away from them,” the man who recorded the video said.” He ran a few feet and then ran back at them. He was really confused, just acting crazy. I’ve never seen anything like it.” Restrepo followed police orders to lie down on the ground. Officers say Restrepo told them he was using crystal meth and that someone was after him. He was arrested on charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief for causing more than $1,000 damage to two different cars. Get the full story here.

New Zealand Man Pulled His Date’s Tooth with Pliers

The woman said she met Philip Hansen, 56, through an internet dating site, on a date she mentioned she had a chip in a tooth and was planning to get it fixed, but Hansen said he would do it. He grabbed her, pushed her down, and held a hand around her jaw as he wielded the pliers. She said she could hear her teeth cracking as Philip yanked them out. “I didn’t know where the pliers came from,” she said. She told the jury there was a snap and the teeth came out, as well as a lot of blood.  She did not know what happened to the teeth. Hansen has pleaded not guilty to 11 charges of wounding with intent to injure four women by extracting their teeth with pliers, or attempting to with a screwdriver. The charges cover different dates between 1988 and 2011. Get the full story here.


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