1. Girlfriend Tells Boyfriend She’s Pregnant As April Fools Joke, He Freaks Out & She Stabs Him In The Neck
In Wagoner County, Oklahoma, an 18-year-old woman is in jail after an April Fools’ Day prank escalated to violence, the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
The Sheriff’s Office said Tori Wheeler told deputies it all started when she, as a joke, told her boyfriend she was pregnant.
The boyfriend, Derek Bauer, got angry, Wheeler told deputies. She claimed she then produced a knife to threaten him, she claimed as a joke. That’s when Bauer threatened to call police, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Wheeler reportedly lost her temper and cut Bauer on the neck. The Sheriff’s Office said he needed seven stitches and also had two bite marks, apparently sustained during the fight with his girlfriend.
Wheeler was arrested and booked in the Wagoner County jail on complaints of assault with a deadly weapon, the Sheriff’s Office said.
2. Woman Calls In Robbery At Her Work As April Fools Joke
A Hampton, Virginia, Waffle House employee has now been charged after officers say she played an April Fool’s joke on them.
Susan Tinker was charged for lying about a robbery. Police say around 6 a.m. April 1st 2013, Tinker called to report the robbery at the restaurant on West Mercury Boulevard. Police say they got to the scene and spent more than an hour investigating.
While waiting for the manager to get there to review surveillance tape, they figured out there was no robbery. Tinker told police it was all an April Fool’s joke, but officers say this was no laughing matter.
A spokesperson for the Waffle House says they do not tolerate this kind of behavior and Tinker is no longer employed there.
3. Fake Craigslist ‘Casual Encounters’ ad lands revenge-minded Virginia man, 61, in jail
Kenneth Kuban, a 61-year-old who works at the Library of Congress, allegedly sent emails with his ex-girlfriend’s picture and home address to men who responded to a phony Craigslist ad seeming to offer no-strings attached sex with a ‘senior lady.’
The mean-spirited ad on the Craigslist caused sex-hungry men from all over to descend upon one lady’s Virginia home.
A 64-year-old Virginia woman fretfully peers through her window blinds. Yet another strange man comes sauntering up her driveway looking for sex. The unwelcome advances are the result of her ex-boyfriend’s malicious revenge prank involving a series of deceitful “Casual Encounters” classifieds on Craigslist.com, police say.
4. natedoggschwartz - Instagram’s Rap Child
“On the surface, he’s just a kid with new Lebrons who likes the Baltimore Ravens and plays drums in school because “it was the only good elective.” Deep down, Nathan is pursuing the American dream with nothing more than heart and effort.
He doesn’t have a social media team. He doesn’t have a marketing strategy. I’m not even sure if he has armpit hair. But he does have a bodyguard and a rolodex with tons of rappers’ phone numbers in it, because he probably just texted DMX to go play mini golf.
It was batted about on some undernet forums that he’s the son of Peter Schwartz, a vice president at a bigwig talent representation company called The Agency Group. But the Schwartzes—both Nathan and Peter—confirmed to me this is untrue. “Who? No.” was all Peter—who reps people like Juicy J, Big Boi, Method Man, Trinidad Jame$, Wiz Khalifa and many others—wrote to me. The two are, by all accounts, not related. “Erryone asks bout Peter idk him,” Nathan wrote to me
… Just check out his Instagram!! - natedoggschwartz
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