Moron Calls Cops To Report His Wife Stole His Cocaine

Man Calls 911 To Report Wife Stole His Cocaine – Smoking Gun

An Ohio man called 911 to report that his wife had stolen his cocaine, according to cops who subsequently arrested him on drug and other charges.

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Robert Collins, 39, dialed the police emergency line late Wednesday night to report the cocaine theft, according to an Alliance Police Department report that does not detail the wherabouts of Collins’s spouse or the cocaine.

When officers arrived at Collins’s residence, he apparently had a change of heart and “refused to tell police why he called 911.”

Investigators reported that Collins, who “had a pipe used to smoke marijuana in his possession,” was “arrested and charged with misuse of 911 and drug paraphernalia.” He also had an active arrest warrant in connection with a 2013 criminal case.

Collins, pictured above, was booked into the Stark County jail on the misdemeanor counts. He is scheduled for arraignment today in Municipal Court in Alliance, a city about 60 miles from Cleveland.

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*VIDEO* Bill O’Reilly: Sheila Jackson Lee Is A M-O-R-O-N


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*VIDEO* Moron Tries To Play “Knockout Game” – Picks Wrong Target


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*AUDIO* Mark Levin Verbally Bitchslaps ‘Deranged Moron’ Chris Matthews


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Moron Lets Boyfriend Tattoo His Name Across Her Face

Man Tattoos His Name Across His Lover’s Face – London Telegraph

A tattoo artist has inked his name across his lover’s face in elaborate Gothic script just hours after they met for the first time.

Ruslan Toumaniantz, the tattooist, met Lesya in an online chat room in January this year. According to reports, the couple fell “head over heels in love”, and decided to meet up in Moscow.

It was after this encounter that Lesya agreed to let Ruslan tattoo his first name on her face. The tattoo covers almost the entire area between her jaw and temples.

It is accompanied by another, which reads “all for love” in English, above her eyebrow.

The couple became engaged on January 20, and Lesya is already using Ruslan’s last name, the Huffington Post reported.

A friend of the pair said: “Their plans for a life together include her learning to tattoo while she also gets the full-body ink that she’s always dreamed of and of course a family.”

He added: “I know that there are people who are terrified that Lesya has made a rash decision that she’ll regret horribly, but sometimes the best decisions are the ones you make in an instant with your heart rather than the ones long-debated in your mind.”

Lesya’s Facebook friends have supported her makeover, with one writing: “Sooo beautiful. Even the style of the name fits your face well.”

“You must be so happy that you can wear that tattoo. Enjoy it. It looks great,” wrote Ralf Bieler.

Mr Toumaniantz has precedence in making headlines with his work. The tattoo artist gained international notoriety in 2009 after agreeing to tattoo 56 stars across an 18-year-old Belgian girl’s face.

The teenager initially claimed she had only asked for three stars, and that Mr Toumaniantz had added the rest whilst she was asleep.

She threatened to sue, before later admitting that she had lied about the events in order to avoid her father’s anger.

Mr Toumaniantz fled the country after the incident.

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Your Marxist Moron of the day is

Harry Reid, for this foot in mouth moment that Public Secrets caught!

In a recent Senate floor speech, Democratic Leader Harry Reid likened Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan to another woman who sat on the court, Sandra Day O’Connor.

“One of my favorite Supreme Court Justices in recent years has been Sandra Day O’Connor, not because she’s a Republican, but because she was a good judge. I think one reason she was a good judge is she had no judicial experience,” Reid said on May 11, 2010.

Ah, but Harry, Senator sir, ummm……

In 1975, O’Connor was elected a judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court, where she served until 1979, when she was appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals, according to her biography on the U.S. Supreme Court Web site. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan nominated O’Connor to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court.

We asked Reid’s spokesman, Jim Manley, if we were missing something, and he wrote that Reid had simply misspoken.

Misspoken huh? Not quite, the fact is Reid, like many politicians, lives under the delusion that they can say whatever they want, and no one will ever fact check them.