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Boner Candidates July 29, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: I AIN’T COOKING FOR NO COP

Restaurant Noodles & Company confirmed Thursday they’ve fire two employees after they refused to serve a police officer from the Alexandria Police Department. This all happened after Alexandria Police Department spokeswoman Crystal Nosal told media that a female officer in uniform went to eat at the restaurant Monday evening and was refused service. Nosal says a female server allegedly told the cashier, “You better pull me off the line because I’m not cooking for _____,” and gestured toward the officer. Nosal says the cashier at the restaurant laughed at the comment made by the fellow employee.

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Boner Candidate#2: MAKING SURE THEY DON’T HAVE PANTS KEEPS THEM IN LINE

A Louisville judge, Amber Wolf, becomes visibly and emotionally upset, once she discovers that a black female defendant was brought into her courtroom without wearing pants. On the courtroom video, the defendant is heard stating that she was arrested in Fayette County (metro-Lexington area) approximately 2-3 days prior. It is unclear whether she was wearing pants at the time of her arrest but the woman claims that she was denied pants and any personal hygiene products by the staff at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections – despite numerous requests. The video also reveals that the woman was arrested in Fayette County for an outstanding 2014, bench warrant, out of Jefferson County for “first offense” shoplifting. Fayette County is approximately 80 miles from Louisville. Judge Wolf acknowledges on the video that the defendant plead guilty to the shoplifting charge and was placed in a diversion program, which would typically remove the conviction from her record upon completion of the program.

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Boner Candidate#3: MOTHER OF THE YEAR

A Des Moines mother is in the Polk County Jail after police say she showed up drunk to a bar with her two-year-old daughter to bar. Police say they responded to the area of Miss V’s Honky Tonk Island Bar at 1833 Hubbell Avenue just before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday after a call from a bartender about 25-year-old Mary Jane Carpenter. Officials say Carpenter was intoxicated when she arrived at the bar with her child. Witness says the toddler was running around the bar and rolling on the dirty floor. The bartender became upset Carpenter wasn’t supervising her child and a fellow bar patron tried talking to Carpenter about it. “I said something, she got upset about it and when she went to leave she tripped and fell and landed on her child,” says witness Dave Jones. Jones says Carpenter left the bar with the child and followed her outside while the bartender then called police. “I noticed when she got up to 18th she left the baby in the stroller and took off running by herself, so I took off running. My first thought was that stroller’s going to roll into the street, so I got up there as quick as I could,” says Jones. Jones stayed with the child until police arrived.

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