Thursday, July 28, 2016


More from the "I Can't Make This Shit Up" department...

An Orlando was arrested for having doughnut crumbs in his car.

Dan Rushing said he was wrongfully taken into custody because Orlando police thought the icing crumbs from a Krispy Kreme doughnut was crystal meth.

Police said it was a lawful arrest, and they tested the icing twice with their drug kits.

They said both times it came up as meth.

Rushing’s drug arrest happened in December.

Orange County court records show Rushing was arrested for possession of meth, but the case was dropped a month later after the Florida Department of Law Enforcement tested what turned out to be icing from a doughnut.

An incident report said the officers were called to a 7-Eleven for possible drug activity.

Police said Rushing was pulled over after leaving the store for failing to stop at a stop sign then going 42 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone.

Rushing said he gave officers permission to search his car.

"They said, 'We found what we thought was crack cocaine in the beginning, but now we think it's methamphetamine’" said Rushing.

The report said an 11-year veteran officer found what was believed to be drugs.

The report went on to say the substance was tested twice.

The results showed meth.

"Every other Wednesday, I stop at Krispy Kreme and get a doughnut there. And they found four little flakes of the icing," Rushing said.

Now I have long suspected those bastiges at Krispy Kreme were putting a little "somthin' extra" into them there doughnuts...and meth makes perfect sense!

Bring a box into the office and watch how people react!

They eat them in rapid succession-to get the high!

They become unusually active!

They seem nervous and active!

Okay, my theory may not explain why they start having to loosen buttons on their clothes due to weight gain, but all the other signs of classic addiction are there!

These things are like crack, people!

Full story HERE

1 comment:

  1. His trouble was really a result of giving the cops permission to search his car. When I read that, I just wanted to smack him upside the head.

    Even if you dindu nuffin, you never, Ever, EVER give the cops permission to do a damn thing! The cops exist for one thing and ONE THING ONLY: to generate revenue for the state! They are NOT our friends! So why should we help 'em to screw us by giving 'em permission to do this, that, or the other thing?


    ~ D-FensDogG
    'Loyal American Underground'