TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Kareese Raven, 28, who stabbed her 52-year-old boyfriend over how to cook the Easter ham.
Raven got in such a heated discussion over the ham’s preparation that she hit her live-in boyfriend, of three years, in the head with a bowl, stabbed him with an 11-inch knife, and then threw the ham at him.
Raven was arrested for felony assault, as well as misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment, harassment, and simple assault.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
Sportswear manufacturer Adidas, which had to apologize after it sent out an email with the subject “Congrats, you survived the Boston Marathon.”
Then they made it worse by twisting the “Boston Strong” unity phrase to “You’re Boston Strong, what’s next?”
People immediately blasted them on social media, considering that four years ago, three people were killed in the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon.
Adidas did some damage control by apologizing saying, “We are incredibly sorry. Clearly, there was no thought given to the insensitive email subject line.”
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Markesha Wilkerson, 18, who learned if you have a warrant for your arrest, be careful posting your live videos on social media.
Investigators were scanning Facebook Live and noticed Wilkerson was currently broadcasting a live video of herself at a Lakeland, Florida Chuck E Cheese.
Minutes later investigators contacted Lakeland Police who arrested her at the restaurant.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Erik Gibson, a pilot for Southwest Airlines, who was arrested after a loaded revolver was found in his luggage.
The Albany, New York County Sheriff said the handgun was found during a routine screening of Gibson’s hand luggage, who told officials that he had forgotten that he had the gun with him.
He was charged with misdemeanor weapon possession, but has been released on bail.