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Nitwit News – September 11
Nitwit News – September 11

Baltimore police have released tapes of two 911 calls a man made August 26. On the tapes the voice on the calls claimed he had planted a bomb at Oriole Park at Camden, home of Baltimore’s Major League Baseball team. The man said, “Y’all got 20 minutes to get there.” When asked why he would plant a bomb at the park. The man responded, “‘Cause I’m tired of Baltimore.” No arrests had been made in the case.

Someone hacked a digital road sign in Saginaw County, Michigan. The Michigan Department of Transportation said someone hacked the sign with the words “I-75 is closed due to loose gorilla.”

Boulder, Colorado, Police have released a man suspected of going on a drunken horseback ride. Patrick Schumacher is facing charges of riding a horse while under the influence of alcohol after witnesses saw the rider and horse occasional wandering into traffic. Officers observed that Schumacher was slumped to his right side as he crossed streets and forced pedestrians off the sidewalk. Police pulled the horse over and Schumacher was arrested. Police say he had a small dog in his backpack and beer in one of his saddlebags.

A tragic scene unfolded in a supermarket in Japan as a 32-year-old man went on a mass poking and squishing rampage. Details of the total damage are sketchy but we received reports that packs of meat had holes poked in them with a finger and loaves of bread were thrown on the floor. According to police the 15 minute rampage against packaged food left 103 items destroyed — about $600 worth.

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