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Boner Candidates September 15, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: SURE….GIVE HER HER BOY BACK.

The stripper mother of an Ohio boy photographed in the back of an SUV with two adults passed out in the front from apparent heroin overdoses admitted she smoked crack cocaine and said she “bawled for four days straight” when she saw the horrifying image, according to a report. “I want my boy back!” 25-year-old Reva McCullough told the Daily Mail in an exclusive interview. Her reaction to the child neglect that drew condemnation across the country came as the 4-year-old has found a new home with his great-aunt and great-uncle in South Carolina, Columbiana County Court Administrator Dane Walton told NBC News. His grandmother, Rhonda Pasek, 50, who was in the front passenger seat, had been granted custody of the boy only six weeks before she and her boyfriend, 47-year-old James Lee Acord, were arrested Sept. 7 in East Liverpool. The Daily Mail tracked McCullough down at Tiffany’s Dolls, a jiggly joint in the Youngstown suburb of North Lima, Ohio, where she dances under the stage Mercedes.

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Boner Candidate #2: I REALLY WANTED THAT FRENCH LICK JOB

Authorities say a southern Indiana man passed over for a coaching and teaching position allegedly mailed four dead skunks and a dead raccoon to the successful applicant. Forty-year-old Travis Tarrants of West Baden Springs was charged Tuesday in Jackson Circuit Court with two counts each of stalking, intimidation and criminal mischief. He’s being held without bond. WISH-TV reports that court documents say Tarrants began harassing the successful applicant because he was chosen over Tarrants for a basketball coaching position and fourth-grade teaching job at Springs Valley School Corp. in French Lick. One of the packages intercepted at a post office contained a dead raccoon and a message that said, “Resign! It Will Not Stop.”

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Boner Candidate #3: I THINK A CERTAIN FLORIDA COP MUST HAVE BEEN HAVING A BAD DAY.

A Lakeland woman received a $114 ticket last week for a law that the majority of Florida drivers are probably violating and don’t even know it. Victoria Herrington received the ticket not for speeding — which she admits she probably was — but for having part of her license plate obscured by the dealership-issued frame screwed in with the plate. In her case, the Regal Lakeland frame plate covered part of the MyFlorida.com on the top of the plate. All the numbers and letters were fully visible. “I did not know it was illegal,” she said. “I don’t think it really is fair, I don’t understand why it’s a law. If you can see the numbers on the plate and the renewal sticker, why do you need to see Florida dot com?” ABC Action News found the law is rarely enforced. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office said it has issued zero tickets for it this year. The Florida Highway Patrol said the citations are issued at the trooper’s discretion. Naturally, Herrington went right to the dealership. “They couldn’t believe it,” she said. The owner of the dealership told me by phone that they redesigned the tag frames about 15 years ago to come in compliance so the words at the bottom of the plate could be seen.

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