Friday, November 28, 2008

laugh a little.

haha, i love BYU...

(taken from the Police Beat website)

Nov. 15: Police found five males on the intramural field while it was locked and closed to the public. Officers told them to leave.

Nov. 12: A suspicious duffel bag was discovered in a landscaped area near the Richards Building. Police discovered that the bag was empty.

Nov. 9: A female student was reported missing for two days. It turned out the student had been staying with a friend and had failed to inform her roommate.

Nov. 9: A group of four or five males were walking through Heritage Halls near Fugal Hall, shouting the words, "Proposition eight."

Nov. 5: Someone entered the shower room in Merrill Hall and cut the shower curtains off the rods, leaving them in the shower stalls.

Nov. 6: Officers responded to a call concerning a disorderly person in the atrium of the HBLL. The subject at issue was wearing a red shirt, a scarf around his neck, a red mask around his eyes and holding several roses. He was holding a sign that read, "Ask me for ... A-Hug, A-Rose, A-Hand, A-Date, A-Nything else." When officers told him he wasn't allowed to solicit in this manner, he continued to argue and told them he wasn't going to stop. Officers then explained that he may be arrested for disorderly conduct but he said he had diplomatic immunity and could not be arrested. When officers told him that it is necessary to receive permission from the dean of student life to demonstrate on campus, he agreed to follow through with the dean and left the area.

Oct. 28: Police received a delayed report about a man claiming to be Joseph Smith reincarnated engaging people in religious conversations. Police are waiting to see if the man shows up again.

Nov. 1: Police received a call concerning screams and pounding coming from a room in the Maeser Building. Police investigated and discovered the screaming man was a custodial worker watching the game between Texas and Texas Tech, and was upset about his team's loss.

Oct. 18: A female resident of Wymount Terrace called in a suspicious phone call in which a man made statements with the intent of hypnotizing the student. The student said she does not remember most of the conversation, but remembers she called him her master. Police say it is virtually impossible to hypnotize someone over the phone.

Sept. 13: Police responded to a call reporting suspicious characters at the OIT construction site on the south end of campus. Upon arrival, the suspects were discovered to be construction workers.




and this

i have a coworker who does this well (speaking of, he had most of us shooting mashed potatoes out our noses yesterday at dinner with his magic show... holy crap)

1 comment:

JenniferKaryn said...

that is so hilarious. i love how the police beat is reporting ...abosolutely nothing.

i see you too...