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Friday, April 6, 2007

This Just In...

Posted By on Fri, Apr 6, 2007 at 9:22 AM

Oh, this is why I love Arkansas.  Yesterday, around noon time in the Benton/ Bryant metroplex, a Benton Police Officer, yet to be named, accidentally discharged his weapon while taking the kids to the river in the IHOP Men's restroom:

According to the businessman, who asked to remain anonymous, the restaurant employee asked the deputy what the noise was and the deputy allegedly replied, "The toilet seat fell, making the noise."
"And with that, (the deputy) proceeded to walk out of the restaurant," the businessman said. "He lied to the waitress on his way out the door, according to her." - More from the Benton Courier

I don't know how you manage to do this while sitting on the throne, but this guy is going to get some "razzying" at the station for awhile, nice, real nice...

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