Drunk Guy Lights Head on Fire. On Purpose.

William Bonner, 36, of Augusta, GA was at a local bar last week and got very drunk with his friends.  So drunk he ended up in the hospital after lighting his head and face on fire.

It was originally reported that Bonner was a victim, that his burns were the result of an altercation with others at the bar.  That turned out not to be true.  The truth in many ways was much worse as it seems that Bonner was actually in a bet about if another guy could light his head on fire using different types of booze from the bar.

On the third try, this time with Bacardi 151, his head burst into flames and then for the next few seconds appeared like Ghost Rider while his other drunk friends work to put the fire out.  He was taken to a local hospital and was in critical condition for several days before finally being released earlier this week.

There were no charges filed.  (ps:  I love small town newscasts, as seen below)

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Mom Let’s Kid Get Tattoo

Chuntera Napier, the mother of two from Georgia, was asked by her 10 year old son, Gaquan, for a tattoo.

The tattoo he wanted to was remember his dead 12 year old brother who had recently died after being hit by a car.  Mom thought it was a great idea and a good way for her younger son to honor his brother.  In fact, she got one too.

Napier was arrested and charged with misdemeanor cruelty and being partner to a crime.  She has boned bonded out of jail.

The tattoo, the brother’s name and basketball number on Gaquan’s right arm was seen by someone at his school.  The person at the school called the authorities and the mother was soon arrested.

Georgia law from 2010 states, “It shall be unlawful for any person to tattoo the body of any person under the age of 18, except a physician or osteopath.”

“I always thought that if a parent gave consent, then it was fine,” she said. “How can somebody else say that it’s not okay? He’s my child, and I have the right to say what I want for my child. I can’t go tell anybody else what I want for their child. What do I say to a child who wants to remember his brother? It’s not like he was asking me, ‘Can I get Sponge Bob?” Napier said. “He asked me for something that’s in remembrance of his brother. How can I say no?”


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via ABCnews

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Man Firebombs Taco Bell Over Lacking Chalupa

A Taco Bell in Georgia received a late night phone call from an unhappy customer.

He was upset that after getting home he found his two XL Chalupas didn’t have enough meat stuffed inside.  When told that the restraurant couldn’t help him because they were closing the man replied with, “You must be one of them niggers up there. That’s alright, I’ll just come and redecorate the place.”

A short while later the manager smelled gasoline and found the area outside the drive-thru window was on fire and a small melting, plastic bottle which had been thrown at the store.

via The Smoking Gun

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