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    Wanna-be security guard arrested for tazing a man

    Sadly, this happened in Colorado Springs.

    I'm glad he wasn't carrying, as he'd have really made a bad name for us.

    Knucklehead...
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    He "ordered him to turn his hat around..." What a dick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger View Post
    He "ordered him to turn his hat around..." What a dick!
    Although I suspect it was to return the bill to the forward-facing position, it might have been the other way...

    Regardless,

    Who cares how other people are dressed? I don't. If I don't like the way people are dressed, I haul my carcass to another establishment where I'm not nearly as offended. Although to be honest, I can't recall having been offended by anyone's manner of dress in the last twenty years.

    When things like this happen, there's usually a psych eval. Problem is, we rarely hear the results, and then only if they're normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by since9 View Post
    When things like this happen, there's usually a psych eval. Problem is, we rarely hear the results, and then only if they're normal.
    Not in this case. I believe the "Security Guard" is purported to be a "wannabe" nutcase who wasn't a security guard.

    Last edited by OldCurlyWolf; 12-19-2010 at 03:13 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCurlyWolf View Post
    I believe the "Security Guard" is purported to be a "wannabe" nutcase who wasn't a security guard.
    That's exactly what happened.

    Why did you say, "not in this case" when my comment referred to the psych eval after his arrest (which was in this case)?

    And why are you mad, again, OCW?
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