These Are All Actual Comments From the Story of One "Handsome" Criminal Arrest

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These Are All Actual Comments From the Story of One "Handsome" Criminal Arrest
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According to the original story, the suspect Jeremy Meeks was seized in an Operation Ceasefire sweep, a program that specifically targets youth gun violence. The comments, on the other hand, seem to make this case look like something else entirely. The lesson? Never look at the comments section.

Check out more about the story and the internet's reaction over at Know Your Meme!

A Florida Man Known as "Fat Boy" Hides His Drug Stash in Exactly the Place a Guy Called "Fat Boy" Would

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A Florida Man Known as "Fat Boy" Hides His Drug Stash in Exactly the Place a Guy Called "Fat Boy" Would
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If you read that headline and thought "I bet this happened in Florida," then congratulations! There's a milkshake for you in the fridge as a prize. Go ahead, check it! A choice quote from the story:

The deputies searched Mitchell and fount 23 grams of marijuana hidden under his fat. Police also found a handgun in the middle console and $7,000 in cash stuffed in a tube sock. The suspects tried to hide the smell of drugs with carpet freshener and scented dryer sheets, but that didn't work.

Cameron Read Only Dreamed of Shooting for the Moon. No Wait, ACTUALLY Shooting the Moon.

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Cameron Read Only Dreamed of Shooting for the Moon. No Wait, ACTUALLY Shooting the Moon.
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Via Arbroath:

Read initially refused to leave the residence, but eventually exited and resisted arrest before being taken into custody by force, according to police. The victims told police Read had commented about seeing Halley's Comet, and shortly after, began firing out a window. The victims heard several shots before fleeing the residence. Read later told officials he was not trying to harm anyone, but was shooting at the moon. He also admitted to smoking marijuana before the shooting. No victims were injured. Read was booked into Yavapai County Jail and faces seven charges including criminal damage, disorderly conduct and endangerment.