This boss is an absolute mess of problems. Hopefully this woman's story of her multi-layered nightmare of a boss, doesn't remind you of ANYONE you've crossed paths with in the workspace. If so, it is time to run for the hills like nobody's business!
Y'all remember Charles "Neck Guy" McDowell? Of course you do. If you were a big fan of the brutal roasts that ensued from his hilarious mugshot like we were, then get ready for Christopher "Tiny" Taylor, a guy wanted for removing his home confinement anklet and punching a police officer in the face.
Taylor caught the internet's attention after the Mason County Sheriff's Department posted a wanted notice with a photo of him on Facebook. People immediately began to take notice of his teeny tiny stature, which has of course resulted in some epic puns! Scroll down ASAP, because these are just too damn good.
Is this list of seemingly obvious etiquette for when a cop potentially pulls you over helpful, or just too painfully simple? Maybe the simplest advice can be the most indispensable when life throws you a curveball. We can't vouch for the effectiveness of this "technique" but it might be worth a shot if you find yourself in a tight situation with a cop.
Airbnb takes the FAIL on this one. That and whoever she was talking to regarding this outright crazy and criminal situation. The fact that this guy gets tossed in jail, and then proceeds to get out in 24hrs, only to continue sexually harassing her is beyond comprehension. This is a literal waking nightmare of a scenario.
Nicholas Emond is a man on the run and has a lot to say about it. There is currently an outstanding warrant for his arrest related to violations to the conditions of a monitored release that followed felony charges of illegal firearms possession. Because police consider him to be ARMED and DANGEROUS, a local ABC affiliate posted his photo on their Facebook most wanted list.
With Nearly 300 comments, a number of them happened to be posted by Emond himself! Some highlights are him stating the government is "up to no good" and calling himself the devil. Deadspin compiled a condensed list of his comments:
Good Morning America reports of a new crime trend at gas stations where criminals creep in between the cars and sneak into unsuspecting drivers' passenger-side doors to rifle through their belongings. Police are calling them "Sliders," and it's becoming a more and more common crime occurrence.