149001700 Who Buys Lobster From A Meth Head?

It is delicious though. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

A collection of stupid people and their stupid stories or as we like to call it…They Walk Among Us!

Drugs are bad, ok? A Pennsylvania man could spend up to 25 years in prison for stealing lobsters that he planned to sell to support his drug problem. Police say that 47-year-old Charles Shumains III stole lobsters and meat from Allentown area supermarkets. The value of the stolen goods? $350. Of course this is terrible, but what’s worse…selling lobsters to support your drug problem or buying a lobster from a meth-head?

As devastating as Hurricane Sandy was, I think I’ve found the one bright spot. The residents of Flatbush Avenue were treated to a post hurricane parrrrrr-taaaaaaaay, after a Brooklyn bar floated 2 miles and landed on their street. Surprisingly, after the bar came to a stop, residents discovered its tables and chairs were still intact and the cabinets were full of booze. Naturally, the next logical step was to throw a party, where they got their drink on for 3 days and when the alcohol ran out…they turned the bar into B.Y.O.B. Now that, my friends, is turning limoncello into lemonade.

Apparently the gesture for “give me all your money” isn’t universal. Three masked men, whose names have not been released, allegedly attempted to rob a Chinese restaurant in Florida. Since the three employees inside the establishment spoke only Cantonese,  they did not understand the suspects’ demands that they empty the cash register — or at least, that’s how they made it seem. The men fled the restaurant empty-handed, but were later tracked down  by police. Instead of cash they were given 3 orders of Wanton soup, egg rolls on the side.


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