Florida man who threw alligator into Wendy's "just a prankster"


#1

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#2

If your mom saying “he’s just a prankster” was a get out of jail free card, think how much money would be saved on the criminal justice system.


#3

Now if it had been something harmless, like an AR-15…


#4

“Alligators don’t bite people, people bite people…” Oh wait, that doesn’t help anyone in this case…


#5

Throwing one of those at someone would make for a rather odd prank, that’s for sure.


#6

“It’s not funny,” I said, folding my arms and frowning, and absolutely not giggling at the idea of a deadly flying alligator.


#7

That leads me to an idea. Crossbow that’d shoot AK47s.

It’s a bit derivative idea, though.


#8

His mom has a weird definition of the word “harmless”.


#9

They often let the a few little gators run free at the gator farms. Maybe he just wanted some fresh fried gator. I’d be more freaked out about giant spiders… #Florida


#10

Look - he’s just’a good ol’ boy, never meanin’ no harm. abuses some animals, been in trouble with the law for aggravated assault.


#11

Again Florida.
What IS it with Florida?


#12

WENDY’S STAFF: “Damn you, kid! We just finished sweeping all the alligators out of this place!!”


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#14

Wasn’t it said that if the War on Drugs was ever successful the economy of Florida would revert to a Third World one?


#15

He should face additional charges for having possession of a ridiculous Sean Penn bouffant hairdo.


#16

Remove two words in the headline and the first sentence and you get a proper Florida Man story:

##Florida Man who threw alligator into Wendy’s, “just a prankster,” says mom


#17

He did it cause there’s no F in ‘onion rings.’


#18

May be a prankster but he’s also a nimrod.

Can the sea rise over Florida any faster please?


#19

I just wanted to say, I love the expression “nimrod”.


#20

I do too. It has been my word of the week.