Yambag of the Day

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Nominee number 1 -   If these two idiots weren't so cheap, they might be free and clear right now:  On New Year's Eve, two tourists in Key West were caught on video vandalizing a popular tourist attraction.

There's a 12-foot-tall, concrete buoy that marks the southernmost point in the continental U.S.  It's painted different colors and says you're standing just 90 miles from Cuba.  They decided to TORCH it.

They found an old Christmas tree someone left on the street . . . dragged it next to the buoy . . . and set it on fire.  But they got caught, because a bartender who served them that night saw the footage . . . and recognized them as the jerks who didn't leave a TIP.

Cops checked the bar's security videos and confirmed it was the same guys . . . 21-year-old Skylar Jacobson, and 22-year-old David Perkins.

The bar's general manager found their names by looking through receipts.  And he got an extra dig in by telling the local news there was lots of footage of them hitting on girls and getting REJECTED.

The concrete buoy has already been restored.  They're both facing charges for criminal mischief with damages over $1,000.  David turned himself in last week.  Skylar also agreed to surrender, but it's not clear if he has yet.


Nominee number 2 - This guy really needs to get his own place.  But sadly, it sounds like that place might be a jail cell . . .

46-year-old Michael Koranda works as an elementary school music teacher in South Dakota, and lives with his 73-year-old mom, Irene.

Last Monday night, he made a big pan of brownies before bed.  Then Irene found them the next morning, and decided to take them to a card game at her local senior center.

But what Irene didn't realize was . . . they were very strong POT brownies.

Michael had just gotten back from a trip to Colorado, where he picked up a bunch of THC butter.  And he cooked HALF-A-POUND of it into the brownies.

911 started getting calls around 8:00 P.M. that night about multiple seniors who said they'd been POISONED.  It turned out they were just really high.

Recreational marijuana is still illegal in South Dakota.  So police figured out what happened, showed up at Michael's school the next day, and arrested him.

He's facing charges for possession of a controlled substance, which is a felony.  He could face up to FIVE YEARS in jail, plus a $10,000 fine. 


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