When Jessica Devnani got engaged to Gregory Bender, she thought she would be marrying her best friend. The person she actually got engaged to was already married, and that fact was only discovered after Bender had a procedure in the hospital.
While he was recuperating, Devnani dropped by for a surprise visit, only to find Bender there with his wife. The full story is pretty wild, but it’s far too long (and deals with some sensitive stuff) for us to relate here.
Frank Ashmus and Garth Spacek got into a fight. There were words, fists, and beer bottles thrown, but the coup de grace was when Ashmus went to Spacek's apartment and attacked with a swordfish. While not badly hurt, Spacek still suffered quite a wound.
Police comments were along the lines of “We don't see that kind of thing very often,” which makes us wonder if they have, indeed, seen it before. Both men were drinking during the altercation, is that a surprise?
His Hands Are Dangerous Weapons
A Madison County Waffle House reported being robbed, but only for a few napkins. Edward William Rodriguez apparently walked in, pointed his index fingers at the employees, and declared that they were being robbed. He then grabbed a handful of napkins and walked out. According to the report, he was also accompanied by a small dog.
Deputies would later locate Rodriguez at his residence and arrest him without incident after he admitted to the crime.
This Is Called “Double Dipping,” and It's Quite Rude
A Fort Myers convenience store had a string of bad luck during a certain period when it was robbed twice. By the same person. Who wore a different set of clothes the second time around. The first time he broke the lottery ticket machine and took as many of the tickets as he could.
The second time he nabbed the cash register and the safe, unaware that the latter was empty. Clearly, his goal was to make people think he was only responsible for one of the robberies, but it didn't pan out that way.
In Fact, We're Banning You From Playing the Tuba Anywhere
Derrick Nangle loves his vintage tuba, which hails from almost a hundred years ago. However, he is no longer allowed to play on the sand of Fort Myers Beach. A town code states that playing music on public or town property without a permit is illegal.
There's also the fact that he had a sign asking for generosity, which was also not allowed. Nangle has said: “All I want to do is what I love without somebody screaming at me.” We recommend the guitar.