TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
An unidentified 23-year-old Aurora, Illinois man, who lost the conditional job he was offered after he sent naked selfies to the human resources manager.
The HR person didn’t know whose cell number it was that sent the photos until the employee prospect called from that number to ask about the status of the job.
The picture was intended for someone else and luckily the company decided not to press charges.
They did, however, rescind the offer of employment.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
An unidentified 16-year-old girl in Michigan, who realized if you claim to be pregnant with triplets, and you haven’t had them after 10 months, people will get suspicious.
The story of the teen’s pregnancy made local news and to help the young parents get off on the right foot, relatives threw a baby shower for the girl.
They accepted thousands of dollars in gifts and donations from a local church, a nearby nonprofit, and a Facebook group called Moms of Triplets.
However, the father-to-be and his mother became suspicious, when after nine months no babies arrived, especially since multiple births tend to be premature.
The teen finally had to admit she faked the whole thing thanks to a prank website called FakeABaby.com that sells fake ultrasounds, fake bellies, and DNA tests.
No charges are being pressed at this time and all the donations will be returned.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Arielle Engert, 24, a Florida woman who tried to bribe her way out of a drunk driving charge by offering three officers sexual favors.
Engert was pulled over for impaired driving and police found marijuana and cocaine on her.
Hoping to get out of her predicament, she offered three different male cops sexual favors to let her go.
All three officers turned her down.
Now she’s facing a DUI, drug charges, and three counts of bribery.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Brittany Nichole Pierce, 19, a Panama City woman who smashed a lamp over her cousin’s head because he wouldn’t do drugs with her.
The victim told police that Pierce began breaking items in his home before allegedly striking him in the head with a lamp, leaving a laceration.
It wasn’t until she began threatening to shoot him that he called the cops.
When taken into custody, she spat at one officer and then began slamming her head against the police car’s window.