TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Kaitlyn Walls, 27, a Dallas woman who was fired from her new job as a daycare worker before she even started, because of what she wrote on Facebook.
Walls had posted, “I start my new job today, but I absolutely hate working at daycare.”
A mob of angry Facebook mothers found out what she’d written and started attacking her and even contacted her employer.
She tried to clarify by posting, “Lol, it’s all good, I just really hate being around a lot of kids.”
That didn’t help, because her new bosses saw it and fired her before she could even start.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
John Koozaata, 29, and Lewis Oozeva, 21, who stole 80 frozen pizzas from a warehouse in Alaska, then tried to sell the ones they hadn’t eaten back to the police.
The pair gorged themselves, but still had 75 pizzas left, so they decided to sell the rest.
However, for some inexplicable reason, they called the police department and tried to sell them to the cops on duty.
The cops already knew about the missing pizzas, so they made an arrangement to “purchase” the pizzas and then arrested the pair.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Bahunti Williams, 40, a Florida woman who attacked her boyfriend, because he didn’t know how to make fried chicken right.
Police say her boyfriend was surprising her with dinner, but she decided he wasn’t making it right and an argument ensued.
Things quickly escalated with her punching him in the face and a neighbor calling police.
The boyfriend didn’t want to press charges, but Williams had several priors for misdemeanor domestic battery, so the police arrested her anyway.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Randy Boehning, a Republican politician in North Dakota, who is anti-gay, but was caught sending a photo of his junk to a 21-year-old guy on Grindr.
Boehning had voted against a bill that would have expanded anti-discrimination rights for LGBT citizens, but he was quickly recognized by a Grindr user when The Fargo Forum published photos of all the representatives who voted against the bill.
21-year-old Dustin Smith knew Boehning as a Grindr user named “Top Man!” who’d been flirting with him for the past year and sending him many a pic, some with his face, and at least one photo of his “business” during the time frame of the contentious discrimination bill vote.
Boehning said he’d voted against the bill because it would have gone against the will of his constituents.