Today, I was driving to work and I had the radio on and the local news came on. It was the radio person reading it from a local website that updates every other day or so, and when she started reading this post, I started laughing so so so hard! I just had to share!!
The title is called, "MAN STABBED IN RIGHT BUTT CHEEK." And this is how the post goes.
A Safford Officer was called to Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center, at around 1:35am, Saturday morning, to a report of a man who had been stabbed in the right butt cheek with a knife. When the officer arrived at the hospital, he spoke to the man, identified as kenneth Barry, and asked him what happened. Barry told the officer that he had been stabbed in the butt by someone. Barry told the officer that the stabbing happened at his ex-mother-in-law's house. When the officer asked where Barry had been stabbed and who stabbed him, he told the officer that he did not want to say. Barry also said that he did not want to give the officer the person's name because he did not work and could not support his children and his ex-wife was supporting them without his help. The officer observed approximately 1/2 inch cut on Barry's right butt cheek while the nurse was treating him. Barry refused to give the officer any more information on the stabbing. The officer ran "wants and warrants" on Kenneth Barry and found that there was an outstanding warrant out of Thatcher for the arrest of Barry on charges of possession of marijuana. After Barry was released from the hospital's care, the officer plaed him under arrest for the outstanding warrant and took him to the Graham County Jail.
If I were the radio lady, there would be no way I could have made it through that article without busting a gut!
So, of course when I get to work, I tell my coworker and we were both laughing about it. Because seriously, getting stabbed in the bum is a bad enough day, but then to get arrested on top of that? Talk about a bummer. (No pun intended.) And so, we went over to eacourier online and read the article there. I don't know which one is more funny!!
EA Courier story. Headline, "Man stabbed in rear, arrested on warrant."
Story. Unusally, a stabbing victim is not the one who is taken to jail. That was the case, however, of a Safford man who was stabbed in his posterior early Saturday morning. Safford officer Wayne Crum responded to trauma room four at the Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center at about 1:35 am in regard to a stabbing. The victim, Kenneth Dean Barry, Jr, 23, said he was stabbed at his "baby's momma's house." Barry alluded that his baby's momma stabbed him but would not identify her because he does not work and she supports him and his children, according to Crum's report. As the nurse came in to clean the cut, Crum observed a small incision to Barry's right butt cheek about half an inch long. Crum later discovered Barry had an active warrant for his arrest for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. When Barry was released from the hospital at about 2:30 am, Crum arrested him on his warrant and booked him into the Graham County Jail.
The best part about EA's story, is the comments after the article. If you have a moment and you're bored, check em out!
This was the funniest thing I have heard in a long time and all day long I was laughing about it!!