Boners

Boner Fight for December 10, 2020

Boner Candidate #1: You Know What My Other Question Is?

Ann Arbor, MI — A man who became angry when he was told his direct deposit hadn’t cleared yet took his anger out on his bank, throwing a heavy animal trap and concrete chunks through the building’s windows, police said. Stephen Lee Wallace, 51, of Chelsea, was arraigned Friday, Dec. 4, on two felony counts of malicious destruction of property after being arrested for allegedly throwing various heavy items through the windows of Chase Bank in Ann Arbor, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department. At about 9:45 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, Wallace entered the bank at 2475 W. Stadium Blvd. where he asked about a direct deposit he was expecting to be available in his account, police said. Wallace was told the deposit hadn’t cleared yet, leading him to grow frustrated and angry, yelling at employees as he left the bank, police said. Once outside, Wallace apparently uprooted a mailbox, tied the front doors shut with guitar string and proceeded to bang on the front door, police said.

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Boner Candidate #2: Sean Reyes = Trump Hugger

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has thrown his support behind a U.S. Supreme Court lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s election loss. Reyes joined 16 other attorneys general Wednesday in endorsing the Texas petition that seeks to invalidate the election results in four battleground states captured by President-elect Joe Biden. In a prepared statement, the Utah Republican and staunch Trump ally said his legal action is about ensuring faith in the electoral process and not about any one candidate or contest.

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