A Californian man staged a dirty protest in a police cell after he was arrested half-naked in a cemetery. Shawn Batie, 42, was nabbed in a boneyard near the town of Lodi, in California's Central Valley, after police were called to investigate reports of a half-naked man "yelling in the dark". They found Batie "standing in the …
and the IT angle is ?
there is usually an attempt to give one !
It's in Bootnotes. No IT angle required.
Is 23 your IQ, John?
Never mind young Sarah, these things (I hesitate to ascribe any form of sentience here) are sent to try us.
Put the Sarah "Fist Of Death" Bee persona back in its wee padded cell for the moment.
Oh and BTW....it even neglected to use the proper icon.....bless...so here it is
BOfH has finally snapped...
Read the article thoroughly
You will noticed that IT is part of genITals
Them Whacky 'Mercans
What will they do next to try to get a chance at bedroom golf go with Paris?
PS> She said the reply was tiny, like the offender!
Oh dear, these young ones are slow to learn....
Smeared "mess" on the walls, eh?
Could have been worse.
Could have been Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen.
Wearing an Oakland Raiders jacket? Horrific. Won't somebody think of the children?
I have but one question
what colour was the scrunchie?
Re: I have but one question
I only realised when you asked that I had imagined it to be purple!
Police are slipping
I spotted at least two 'justifiable' actions that could have earned him a tazering!
I can only see one 'justifiable' action...
Being in range of the tazer :)
Oakland Raiders Jacket
He sounds like a typical Raiders fan to me :)
(Mine's the Chargers jacket)
Come on, double entendre people!
"Shawn Batie, 42, was nabbed in a boneyard near the town of Lodi"
What's going on here Master Batie...?
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