TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Jermaine Debrah, 28, of Croydon, England, who was arrested after cops tried to find a stolen iPhone by running “Find My iPhone” at the precise time he happened to be walking past the police station.
Debrah was randomly walking right outside a police station while the cops were trying the “Find My iPhone” app to track down some stolen goods.
Officers walked right outside and arrested him.
He was sentenced to two years in jail.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Todd Kent, 30, a New Hampshire man who went through a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru and flashed his junk at the employees, and was arrested when showed up the next day.
Employees called the cops and gave them the guy’s description.
However, they didn’t get his license plate number, so the cops had no way of finding him.
However, when Kent went back to the same Dunkin’ Donuts the next day to buy some donuts the staff recognized him and called police.
He was arrested for indecent exposure.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
An unlucky couple who returned home from the movies to discover their Siberian husky got into their supply of calligraphy ink and got it everywhere in their apartment.
Luckily, the ink is non-toxic and fairly easily to clean.
After a lot of scrubbing, we’re happy to report both dog and apartment have returned to their original colors.