You know, it seems simple: someone tells you to pull your damn pants up in a public place, you pull your damn pants up. Especially when they tell you that your exposed ass is going to get kicked off an plane unless you comply. Then again, maybe it is best to stand up to “the man” and then spend several months in jail explaining to the rapists and murders how you took it to those mean flight attendants. More from NPR.
The only thing worse that making an obscene gesture to a member of the media is giving an apology for it that comes across as less than sincere.
There are seven dirty words you can’t say on the radio and, apparently, you can’t say them in the stands of your kindergartner’s baseball game either.
Former University of Central Florida golfer Giwon Suh knew he should have stayed home as soon as he saw the police approach him at the spot where he was supposed to meet a mother/daughter combo for sex, repeating over and over, “Why would I do this?” and “I am stupid.”
Suh, a citizen of South Korea, got sucked into one of the newest online sex stings: cops place Craiglist ad pretending to be a mother who wants her teenaged daughter (in this case a 14-year-old) to learn about sex from a man who has experience. Suh even suspected something might be up at that point, emailing the “mom” back saying he would be available for such an important task, “As long as you are not a police or with law enforcements haha,” Ha, ha indeed.
Suh played golf for UCF from 2004 to 2008, placed fourth at a tournament as a senior, and was named to the Conference USA commissioner’s academic honor roll. So, apparently he was smart, but also very, very lonely. He’s out on bail right now and hopefully staying away from Craigslist.
What is wrong with kids today? A man stops his car to get help after having a heart attack after a long day of work a the ballpark and all this punk can think to do is pull him out of the car, put him on the ground then steal his wallet and car? That’s cold.
Michael Paul Schacht, 58, was a long time usher at the Pirate’s PNC Park in Pittsburgh. From what cops can tell, he was driving home after working a long 14-inning game when he suffered a heart attack at an intersection and stopped to get help. Instead, he got robbed and left for dead in the middle of the street which is where officers found him a short while later.
Let’s hope this kid enjoys being someone’s girlfriend in jail.
More on the story from WPXI:
Police said their investigation led them to find that Schacht had left PNC Park and gotten into his car to drive home after a 14-inning Pirates baseball game. Investigators said he apparently suffered a heart attack, pulled up to the intersection and stopped his car near the curb. Police said they believe he was in distress and slumped over the console of his vehicle when a 17-year-old boy approached the car. Police said the teen pulled Schacht out of the driver’s seat and onto the ground. Detectives said the teen then went through Schacht’s pockets and stole his wallet before getting behind the wheel of the car and driving off, leaving Schacht. Days later, police found Schacht’s vehicle in the Perry Hilltop section of the city. Police said Tuesday that the teenager was questioned and charged with robbery of a motor vehicle, robbery and two counts of theft. He is not facing any charges for Schacht’s death.