TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Onasi Olio-Rojas, 20, who was live-streaming on Facebook while driving 115 MPH before he rammed into a dump truck.
Pawtucket, Rhode Island police say Olio-Rojas was weaving in-and-out of traffic at a very high speed while videoing himself and singing.
He lost control of his Honda Civic and ended up spinning out, hitting a dump truck, and then crashing into a barrier.
The live-streamed video ends just before he lost control of the car.
He was cut from his vehicle and is in critical condition at a local hospital.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
An 85-year-old Peoria, Illinois man, who had a prostitute tie him up on Thanksgiving Day and ended up calling the police after she stole his TV and cell phone.
The elderly man wanted some kinky company on Thanksgiving, so he hired a prostitute to tie him up.
She did, then walked off with his TV and cell phone.
He managed to get himself free and call the cops.
The man didn’t know her name or where she lived, but the cops are trying to track her down.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Timothy Williams, a 31-year-old meth dealer in Arkansas, whose shirt led police to his drug operation.
Williams was busted for wearing a shirt that said “Who needs drugs? No seriously, I have drugs.”
Apparently the shirt was designed to be a parody of the old D.A.R.E. logo.
Williams was arrested on several felony narcotics charges.
Since he is classified as a habitual criminal due to multiple prior felony convictions, Williams could face decades in state prison if convicted on the new counts.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Norma Jean Francy, a 61-year-old San Diego grandmother, whose bad driving led police to the two pounds of pot brownies in her car.
Francy blew a stop sign and was pulled over.
Officers noticed a strong odor of marijuana and did a little looking in her car.
They found two pounds of marijuana-laced brownies, individually packaged in 21 plastic bags in the car’s trunk, and 2 ounces of pot in her purse and under her seat.
The grandmother told officers the brownies were a medicinal aid to help her sleep.
She was cited for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use, careless driving and failing to stop at a stop sign.