Luckily there were no serious injuries.
Wait, is that a 42 lane road merging into 6 lanes?
Headphones if you watch from work because of language. The manager had a tremendous amount of patience on this one:
Beer goes down best when accompanied by macaroni and cheese with bacon and jalapeno peppers.
That certainly seems to have been the case for University of Connecticut student Luke Gatti, whose expletive-laden confrontation with a campus food court manager – and subsequent arrest – after he was denied the cheesy concoction has become an Internet sensation.
A 9-minute, obscenity-laced video clip posted online shows the food-obsessed freshman arguing with a manager inside the university’s student union in Storrs on Sunday night. Police and the manager said Gatti had been refused service for carrying an open alcohol container.
And it looks like the same student was arrested a few times when he was a student at UMass Amherst.
Another responsible gun owner:
Police confirmed on Wednesday that a concealed pistol license (CPL) holder was not being threatened by a fleeing shoplifter when she decided to fire multiple shots at him in a Home Depot parking lot.
And experts interviewed Wednesday doubted the shooting could have been justified.
“It’s my worst nightmare as a CPL instructor,” said Doreen Hankins, owner of Detroit Arms, which holds CPL classes. “You have to know the entire situation before you pull that handgun out. And I don’t see that a shoplifter at Home Depot fills any of those criteria.”
The shooting happened in the store’s parking lot at around 2 p.m. Tuesday, when Home Depot’s store security was chasing a shoplifter who jumped into a waiting dark SUV driven by another suspect, said Lt. Jill McDonnell, an Auburn Hills police spokeswoman.