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Boner Candidates for December 7, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: UNACCEPTABLE? KIND OF HARSH FOR A LITTLE VANDALISM.

Fort Lewis College officials say some students defaced ancient Native American ruins while on a trip to Utah. The Durango Herald reports that college spokesman Mitch Davis says a group of students was on a Fort Lewis College Outdoor Pursuits overnight trip in October when some of them wrote on the ruins using black charcoal. Photos surfaced Monday showing the words “Fort Lewis College OP 2016” written on the rock wall of Fish Mouth Cave in the Comb Ridge area near Bluff, Utah.

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Boner Candidate #2: WHAT IS THAT WHIRRING NOISE?

Police are looking for a person who they believe has been using a drone to look into people’s bedrooms and bathrooms and record video. Over the weekend, an Orem man got up early to get ready for work. “He’s in his bathroom when he hears a humming noise, and says to himself, ‘That sounds a lot like a drone,'” said Orem Police Lt. Craig Martinez. The man got into his truck and followed the drone in an attempt to find the owner. The drone landed in a church parking lot but no one claimed it, Martinez said. The man picked up the drone and called police.

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Boner Candidate #3: COME ON. CAN’T YOU GO INTO YOUR BRAIN AND STOP THAT STUFF?

A Brooklyn city councilman and his underlings tormented an aide who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome — cruelly comparing him to a tragic, autistic teen and leaving decapitated teddy bears on his desk, the man claims in a new lawsuit. Vincent Gentile was slapped with the $10 million suit Tuesday by Michael Bistreich, who claims the Bay Ridge councilman found it funny when another staffer mockingly suggested that Bis­treich “test the doors” during a press conference regarding “Avonte’s Law,” which was enacted in 2014 after autistic student Avonte Oquendo slipped out a door of his Queens school and drowned in the East River.
The law requires alarms on many school doors. “Gentile responded by laughing and clapping his hands, which caused significant distress to Bistreich,” court papers state.

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