B) An Oregon teen who got drunk on New Year's Eve and then posted about it on Facebook. The 18 year old wrote to friends that driving drunk was "classic" and he was sorry to the person who's car he hit. Two of his friends turned him in to the police.
C) An iPhone thief who showed up to a date, and found the owner of the stolen phone waiting for him. The phone went missing on New Year's Eve and the owner set up a fake online dating account to talk to the thief. They set up a meeting where the thief ended up forking over the phone.
December 24, 2012
A) A North Dakota woman who told police she was robbed during a drug deal. The 41-year-old said she pulled out her wallet to pay a man for drugs when he took it.
B) A man who avoided his baggage fee by wearing his extra clothes. The man was going to be charged a fee for his bag being too heavy. Instead of paying, he put on about sixty shirts and nine pairs of jeans in the middle of the airport.
C) A Louisiana woman who flipped her neighbors the bird with her Christmas lights. The woman shaped her display like a middle finger and was ordered to take the lights down after neighbors complained. The ACLU is defending her, and now she has a display with two middle fingers.
December 17, 2012
A) An NBA referee who tried to blocked a player's free throw. The ref ran across court and jumped at the Brooklyn Nets player who stopped shooting. He was trying to stop him to let substitutes into the game.
B) An Austrian man who added to a nude art show by walking around naked. The man stripped down and strolled through the exhibit. A security guard eventually had him put his clothes bad on.
C) A woman who smuggled cocaine in her breast implants. She traveled from Spain to Columbia hiding more than two pounds of drugs in her chest. The woman was taken to the hospital where the drugs were removed.
December 10, 2012
A) A Maryland robber who nabbed $60, but left his cell phone. The man dropped the phone while climbing out of a window. The phone had pictures of things stolen from other homes in the area. He's being charged with multiple counts of burglary.
B) A Nebraska teen who posted her bank heist on YouTube. The 19-year-old shot an 8 minute video copping to her crime, and then fanned herself with the stolen stacks.
C) A Maryland man who took a nap on someone else's couch. The 36-year-old broke into the home, and slept on the sofa. The owner found him and called the police. He's being charged with fourth-degree burglary.
December 3, 2012
A) A Nevada man who ditched a gun used in a robbery in a deep fryer. The 44-year- old tried to rob two men at a Las Vegas restaurant. After he dropped his gun in the eatery's deep fryer, it sent off a gunshot, bringing in police. The man is charged with attempted robbery.
B) A California man who was caught on camera breaking into a home, then left behind his getaway car. The owner chased the 25 year old from the house and hit him in the head with a garden hoe. When the thief woke up, he stumbled off, leaving his car in front of the home.
C) Another California man who tried to track his FedEx package of drugs. Police say he tried to ship boxes of meth and cocaine to the Philippines, but the packages were picked up by customs. The man was arrested when he called FedEx to see why his packages hadn't arrived overseas. He faces several drug charges.
November 26, 2012
A) A Florida woman who was arrested for joy-riding a manatee. A picture of the 53 year old riding the endangered animal popped up online over the summer. She turned herself in when she saw the photo. She's charged with a second-degree misdemeanor for bothering a manatee.
B) A London man who climbed a statue by the prime minister's house in his birthday suit. The man went up and down the piece a few times, even balancing on the head at one point. Police eventually got him down.
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