#StupiderThanGeorge - Dumb People Doing Dumb Things

Woman Arrested For Farting, Teen Driving 138 MPH - Guess Why, Buglar Loses Pants During Robbery

December 5, 2018

Woman farted in store and pulled knife on offended customer

A Florida woman who passed gas in a convenience store then pulled a knife and threatened to “gut” a man who complained about it. Shanetta Yvette Wilson, 37, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill. Police arrested her on Sunday and booked her in Pompano Beach, where her bail was set at $2,500. Police say she threatened the customer, John Walker, when he complained about her flatulence while standing in line together at a Dollar General store in Dania Beach. Walker got into a verbal argument with Wilson “in reference to the defendant farting loudly,” the arrest report states. Wilson reportedly took a knife out of her purse and threatened to “gut” the man. She held the knife in her right hand and motioned in a way that looked like she was going to stab him.


Teen busted driving 138 mph told police he was 'late for curfew'

A Detroit teen was pulled over for driving 138 mph on the highway — and told cops he was speeding because he was “late for curfew.” The 17-year-old, who wasn't identified, was driving a 2012 Chevy along I-75 -- weaving in and out of lanes to get around traffic -- when police pulled him over Friday at 8:45 p.m. “The driver … stated that he was traveling so fast and passing other cars and ducking in and out of lanes because he was late for his 9:30 p.m. curfew,” Michigan State Police tweeted of the encounter. “The trooper gave the kid a break on the reckless driving charge, but he did earn a ticket for 138/70 and the [shaking my head] award,” the tweet continued. Cops didn’t say how much it cost, but speeding tickets in Michigan for 26 mph over the limit start at $155 and increase by $4 a mile.


A Florida burglar lost his pants while breaking into a Hyundai dealership.

The burglar used a fire extinguisher to knock a hole through the wall, but soon discovered the hole was a bit too small. He lost his shorts trying to climb through it and then tripped while trying to stand once he was inside.  After regaining his composure, he took off with a generator, going out the same hole he came in.  Police think they'll be able to find him soon because surveillance cameras got a pretty clear shot of his face. (WATCH VIDEO HERE)