Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for May 4th, 2020

BONER CANDIDATE #1:CORONA CRAP

The Utah Department of Consumer Protection is investigating a price gouging complaint involving a company in Logan that is selling buckets of hand sanitizer for almost 500 dollars. EK USA manufactures the “Corona Crap” hand sanitizer, advertising the product on their website. John Bishop said he saw a 1oz bottle of the product in the checkout line at the Fresh Market in Sugarhouse. He said he made a last-minute decision to put the item in his cart until the cashier told him he might want to reconsider. “Before she rang it up, she told me… ‘You do realize these are 6 dollars?'” Bishop said. “You’ve got to be kidding!” Bishop said he did not purchase the product, instead making sure to remember the name of the hand sanitizer so he could look it up online. “I’ve never heard of EK USA,” Bishop said. “Come to find out, they’re actually selling the same product on their website for $9.95.” Bishop said he was even more aggravated to learn it was a Utah company that he thinks is taking advantage of other locals’ desperation.

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BONER CANDIDATE #2:STOLEN HONOR FROM THE DEAD

A Roy family is heartbroken and hoping for answers after their late father’s World War II medallion was removed from his grave. “Glen Lewis Wallace, he was born March 3, 1921 and he passed away April 26 of 2013,” said Peggy Poll as she read her father’s headstone aloud. “[He was] 92, he lived a long life.” Peggy has been coming to this spot to look back on her time with her father and pay her respects for the last seven years. “He said the word ‘hero’ was used way too much nowadays,” Peggy said, as she stood in-front of his grave. “I consider him a hero, but not just for World War II, for the life he lived.” The story of her father’s life was one of integrity, honor and service. “He was a veteran, he served in World War II,” said Peggy. “That’s what he was, he loved the country, and he was very patriotic.” Peggy’s father earned a purple heart after losing his leg in the war – he wore a prosthetic, which started at the base of the knee.

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