Boners

Boner (Round One) for August 2nd, 2017

Boner Candidate #1: TIL DEATH DO US PART

Talk about a shotgun wedding. Shortly after saying “I do,” a Tennessee bride was arrested for pulling a firearm out from beneath her wedding dress and pulling the trigger on her new hubby. Police said Kate Elizabeth Prichard, 25, and her groom had started fighting only hours after their nuptials in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, according to news station WTVF. The couple was drinking outside a local motel called the Clarion Inn when they began to fight, authorities said.

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Boner Candidate #2: BACON, HUH? THAT’LL SHOW ‘EM

The Alabama chapter of a national Muslim organization is calling for an investigation and firings after it said a Decatur McDonald’s put pieces of bacon in a Muslim family’s McChicken sandwiches.  Khaula Hadeed, head of the Alabama chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said Tuesday that bacon was found in 14 sandwiches ordered Monday by the family at the McDonald’s on 3342 Point Mallard Pkwy. SE. Islam forbids adherents from eating pork, including bacon, and Hadeed called the incident “an intentional act of religious and ethnic bigotry.”  The McDonald’s franchise referred AL.com to the franchisee’s director of operations, who could not immediately be reached for comment. Hadeed said the family was visiting from New York and stopped by the McDonald’s after a day at the Point Mallard Water Park.

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Boner Candidate #3: HELL, WE WAS JUST HAVING A BIT OF FUN

The Bureau of Land Management and the Emery County Sheriff have opened investigations into what a citizen reported as illegal hazing of wild horses by members of the sheriff’s search and rescue team. The July 9 incident came to light after Laurie Kline, a Bicknell-based photographer, visited McKay Flat to photograph horses that roam the Muddy Creek Herd Management Area in the San Rafael Swell, south of Interstate 70. She wound up photographing men on dirt bikes and an ATV apparently pursuing the horses in violation of federal law that protects free-roaming wild horses and burros. Kline’s photographs show the sheriff’s logo on the door of the truck that hauled vehicles to the site.

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