Last Updated on: 30th April 2014, 11:14 am
If you live in Scranton, Pa. Next time you want to move to a new place to live, a good question to ask is “How thin are the walls?” Another one would be “are their any prickish cops living near me?” If they’re too thin and the answer to question no. 2 is yes, you might want to reconsider moving there. Why? Because if one day, your toilet overflows and you swear at it in frustration, your prickish neighbour cop who is off duty could call the police and have you charged with disorderly conduct. Seriously. This woman could possibly go to jail for three months and have to pay $300 for something she said in the privacy of her own home. Now, if she was screaming and screaming and screaming and it was going on for a prolonged amount of time, I could understand calling in a noise complaint. But does it need to be a charge of disorderly conduct and a possible jail sentence?
Here’s the best part. When her prickish neighbour heard her swearing, what did he say through the wall at her? That would be “shut the explitive up.” You figure out what the explitive is, I don’t want to jump to conclusions, but I’m pretty sure I know what it was. Slap a ticket on him too, then.
Stupid, stupid, stupid!