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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by rdowns, Feb 5, 2013.
You can't make this **** up.
Another example of stupid, three strikes laws. A felony?
Two Daily Daiquiri drinks makes one drunk ?
Wow. Stiff DUI laws there.
Also. Isn't the inside of a wally world considered private property ?
Walmart has electronic shopping carts? For what purpose are they for?
Okay, I get the purpose (to drive through a Walmart), but why? For the slightly obese visitors or physically impaired?
Disabled people ?
I'm guessing that he was well above the legal limit before he entered WalMart.
Only in Florida
Usually it's the slightly obese visitors.
I knew it was Florida before clicking this thread.
If that's what you believe.
While the charges sound extremely silly, I doubt it's legal to open or consume alcohol inside the store. It seems like that should have been the focus. Beyond that dui laws in terms of blood alcohol content could put someone just over the edge after two of those.
It puzzles me how anyone could get that fat.
I purposely left out Florida in the thread title. We pick on them and Texans enough.
In Florida, in a Walmart -- the intersection of strange and bizarre.
I still think story of the woman who was arrested for cooking meth in an aisle at a Walmart was crazier!
After seeing and reading the book on PeopleOfWalmart, this does not surprise me one bit.
Even more so, it further quantifies the game and Adam Carolla's statement that the weirdest news always comes from either Germany or Florida.
Didnt surprise me that this happened in Florida .