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Knuckleheads in the News

Monday - 4/14/2014, 9:41am  ET

C) A woman who beat her husband because he wouldn't play mini golf with her. The couple was planning a fun evening, but when the husband changed his mind. The wife got violent. She was beating him up when a cop saw. She ended up spending the night in jail.

Winner: A


March 18, 2013

A) A Pennsylvania man who tried to remove his wedding ring by shooting his finger. The 31-year-old had gotten in a fight with his wife and had a little too much to drink. His finger, and the ring, are still on his body. He's being charged for shooting himself.

B) A United Airlines baggage handler who put a dog on a flight to Ireland, when he was supposed to be going to Phoenix. The pup was eventually returned to his owner, who was given a full refund.

C) A shipyard worker who set fire to a submarine because he wanted to go home. The 25-year-old caused over 400 million dollars in damage with the blaze, which he'll have to repay. He's also sentenced to about 17 years in prison.

Winner: C


March 11, 2013

A) A Colorado waitress who had her license stolen a month ago finally got it back, after carding a female patron at the restaurant she works at. After the customer showed the stolen driver's license, the waitress kept her cool and called the police. Turns out, the patron had been using the license to write bad checks and was also selling drugs. She is now facing identity theft charges.

B) A New York City elementary schoolteacher sent out sexually explicit e-mails to potential hookups on Craigslist using his school e-mail account. The former male model shared the e-mail account with another teacher who found inappropriate pictures of him. He was fired.

C) A New York man was charged with drunk driving while on a stolen riding lawn mower. Police found the man riding the mower on the street. He's charged with driving while intoxicated and driving without a license.

Winner: A


March 4, 2013

A) A Washington state man who tried to escape from cops by climbing a tree. The 38-year-old broke some windows of his girlfriend's windows and hit her roommate before climbing the tree. He hung around in for 3 hours before finally coming down. He was charged with felony assault and property damage.

B) An Indiana man who call 911 nine times for a cheeseburger. The 52-year-old asked for a cheeseburger each time he called until cops were sent to his house. He was arrested for another warrant, but not charged for calling 911.

C) A Florida man who said he was robbed of the crowbar he used to break into several homes. The 29-year-old told the cops someone had stolen his backpack with his wallet, crowbar and black skully after he left the stuff at one of the houses he robbed. He's being charged with kidnapping and armed home invasion.

Winner: C


February 25, 2013

A) A Louisiana couple who robbed a home, and left their house key behind. They stole a couple cartons of cigarettes before one of them dropped the key on the floor. They're charged with burglary.

B) A Texas man who told cops he was robbed, after he spent $1,000 at a strip club. The 21 year old didn't want to tell his wife he wasted the cash, so he said it was stolen. He's charged with filing a false police report.

C) An Ohio landlord who spanked a tenant for not paying rent. The 53 year old put the man over his knee and struck him with a belt. He's charged with assault.

Winner: B


February 18, 2013

A) A 20-year-old Orlando man who tried to carjack a Corvette, all while the vehicle's owner was inside. But the carjacker couldn't drive a stick-shift. He and his took off, but not before stealing the victim's wallet and cell phone. Police arrested him after he used the victim's credit card at a nearby McDonald's.

B) Two brothers in Kansas who were celebrating a $75,000 winning lottery ticket and used the winnings to buy marijuana and meth. Then blew up their house. The explosion sent one of the brothers to the hospital.The other brother was sent to jail

C) In Illinois, drug agents showed up at a home after a report of a meth-making operation on the property. Turns out, it was nothing more than a maple syrup operation. Agents had mistaken some buckets near trees used to collect sap for a meth lab.

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