Drunken Idiot Jailed After Repeatedly Calling 911, Requesting Ride To Mexico

Drunken Idiot Jailed After Repeatedly Calling 911, Requesting Ride To Mexico – Weekly Vice

Alvaro Francisco, a 26-year-old Immokalee man was jailed Sunday after he allegedly called 911 numerous times to ask for a ride to Mexico and other places.

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According to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, Francisco called 911 ten times between Saturday at 8:16 p.m. and Sunday at 12:45 a.m.

Each time, Francisco asked the operator if he could have a ride to his friend’s house, his boss’s house, and even to Mexico. He was told that those requests were not considered an emergency.

Investigators say after the 10th call, officers were dispatched to Francisco’s residence.

When they arrived on the scene, they noted that he smelled of alcohol and appeared intoxicated. He was apprehended at his home without incident.

Francisco was booked into jail and charged with misuse of 911, a misdemeanor.

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Drunken Idiot Becomes Human Torch After Challenging Friends To Set His Head On Fire (Video)

Drunken Idiot Becomes Human Torch After Challenging Friends To Set His Head On Fire – Weekly Vice

William Bonner, a 36-year-old Georgia man, was feeling a little light headed Friday night after he allegedly challenged his bar buddies to set his head on fire… and they did.

According to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, Bonner was drinking with friends at a local tavern when he challenged two friends to douse his head with high-proof 151 Bacardi and then set his head on fire.

Bar surveillance cameras captured the results after one of the bar patrons flicked a lighter, causing Bonner’s head to erupt into an instant fireball. The video below shows Bonner’s head exploding into flames while bar patrons enjoy the show.

“It was the longest ten seconds you could think of,” said Adam Harden, who watched Bonner become a human torch. “All of us just stopped.”

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Investigators say Bonner stumbled around for a few moments before bar patrons doused out the flames with their drinks. Bonner was taken to Georgia Health Sciences Medical Center where he was airlifted to the Joseph M Still Burn Center in Augusta.

Bonner was released on Monday, although his condition is unknown. Authorities will not be filing charges in the case, stating that Bonner was a willing participant in the ordeal.

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