Lots of Nuts and Fruitcakes out there in Americaland. Some even get elected to office.
With the worst mental health system in the industrialized world, it isn’t getting any better.
Beam me up, Scotty! There is no intelligent life here…
A man claiming to be from four years in the future ran into an intersection, kicking cars, before running into an Oklahoma City Arby’s where he hopped over the counter and stole some chicken and bacon.
Dante Rashad Anderson, 36, started at the Carl’s Jr., yelling at employees to give him food but when they refused he took his case to Arby’s, according to KOCO News.
“I got bacon and chicken and I scared the lady,” Anderson reportedly said to police. “She thought I was going to hurt her, but I was not. I was just hungry and wanted some food. That is what I have to do to get food.
He went on to say that he knew he would go to jail for stealing the food but, “no one wants to help me out.”
“I am from planet Earth 2016 and am four years advanced on you, and you guys are always trying [to] kill me,” the police report said. “On my planet Earth, everyone is dead and I walked here from there.” He’s explaining a kind of “Last Man on Earth” episode.
MSGT. Gary Knight from the Oklahoma City Police Department says that Anderson was possibly under the influence of some sort of narcotic, intoxicant or suffering some type of break with reality. Knight did not comment on the possibly of time travel, however.
Police ultimately arrested Anderson for complaints of assault and battery, larceny and two destruction of property and booked him in the Oklahoma county jail.
Home Alone at 28…
A man in Warren, Ohio is facing charges after he shot up his own home because he feared that noises could be a burglar.
WKBN reported that 28-year-old William Chesser contacted 911 dispatchers to report a possible break in. Officers arrived on the scene and found Chesser waiting in his car.
Chesser told officers that he became paranoid after hearing cars driving past his home and knocking sounds coming from his windows, according to a police report. Believing that noises in his home could be a burglar, Chesser said that he ran into one of the upstairs bedrooms, jumped from a two-story window, and then fled to a neighbor’s home to call 911.
Police at the scene observed that the front door was kicked in and several windows were broken. After noticing the smell of gun powder, officers observed bullet holes in the stairway wall.
An AK-47 and spent shell casings were found laying on the floor in a hallway near the stairway, the police report said. A .38 special revolver was also recovered from the home.
Officers said that Chesser admitted to firing both guns because he suspected that a burglar was making noises by breaking into his home.