Imagine you’re in a dimly lit bar. Imagine you are approached by a woman, who offers you sex in exchange for money.
At this point, being the morning coffee and all, you’re probably imagining how things might go wrong from here. And while there are oh-so-many ways for things to turn bad, I’m guessing that you aren’t suspecting that the hooker in question is actually a donkey in a wig.
That is, however, something that this guy should have considered:
“Your worship, I only came to know that I was being intimate with a donkey when I got arrested,” he began.
“I had hired a prostitute and paid US$20 for the service at Down Town night club and I don’t know how she then became a donkey.”
- New Zimbabwe
Here at the Big Bad Blog, we are always interested in how we can trash other people’s stuff, and not have to deal with the consequences. America is teaching us some important lessons this week. For instance, on one hand closing your bank account can now get you arrested in New York. So speaking ill of banks is definitely off the menu of consequence-free actions.
On the other hand, apparently there are no standards in place when it comes to trashing other people’s property while it is in police custody!
So there you go! Destroying items that are in police custody is protected under the law. Unless that item is related to a bank, presumably.