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Sunday, July 03, 2005

Damn Sex offenders!

So some dude who is a registered sex offender up in the OC got busted while waiting in line to see the new Star Wars movie. The reason for his arrest is so damn funny. Because he was camped out for three weeks (idiot) he violated the rule that sex offenders upon relocation (living anywhere for 5 days or more) must notify the authorities of their movement. On the radio they said he was busted because a news crew showed him playing with life sabers on the news and a deputy saw him, but the article I have linked makes no mention of that.

4 comments:

Mad Bull said...

Its funny, but at the same time, I think its a bit over the top. I'm not sure that was really justice in action.

Shotta M said...

Star Wars episode 3 was a great movie. Too bad he missed it :o

Angry Dog said...

LOL, Playing with his light sabre? I guess that sort of sounds a way still! BTW, I'm AngryDog, another transplanted yardie cum blogger, feel free to drop by my kennel anytime.

http://dogvex.blogspot.com

aarond said...

Thanks for the shoutouts Mad Bull and Angry Dog...distinct animal theme going on here. As to the guy taken out of line, yeah it was a bit of a weird moment in legal action, but the law is the law.

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