(UNDERSCARE!)... COPS HAD TO PULL A FIRE ALARM TO GET UNDIE
RUNNERS UNDER CONTROL
The Undie Run at the University of Arizona in Tempe caused
such a ruckus that cops had to pull the fire alarm to break it up. About 20,000
students stripped down to their underwear for the annual charity event and ran
After many beers, things got out of hand... they were
tipping trash cans over and screaming and running all over the place. Reporters
covering the event say "students stormed the building, climbed all over
everything" and the cops pulled the fire alarm to clear the kids out.
They were trying to break the Guinness record for the
largest gathering of people in just their underwear. 12 people were arrested
and no one was hurt.
No word if they broke the record.
MAN RIPPED OFF $10K WORTH OF LEGO'S...
A guy in Oklahoma City got busted for stealing over $10,000
worth of Lego's from Target. An employee saw the 30-year-old load up a cart
with lots of women's clothes and about 20 boxes of Lego's. Then he tried to walk
out with it. The cops came and found out he was involved in a string of other
Surveillance video shows him nabbing almost $10,000 worth of
Lego's from different OKC Targets.
He was arrested. No
word on what he was doing with the Lego's.
(OLD HABITS DIE HARD)... MAN BULLYING PEOPLE OUT OF MONEY
A man in Tampa is bullying people out of money.
He approaches people and says he needs money for some
reason, like his car broke down.
He then tells them he works at a local gym, and they can
stop in the next day and he will repay them.
Victims say the man is big and muscular and intimidating.
The gym says the man used to be a member but doesn’t work
there and at least 15 to 20 people have stopped by recently looking for him.
Police say as long as he didn’t threaten anyone it’s
not a crime.