'Honey Bunch' Goes Crazy, Man's Hand Gets Stuck in Ashtray
In other unusual police news from the last week, an allegedly drunk woman went "tire-testing."
Now, Honey Bunch, that's not very sweet of you.
A Milford woman called police to report her cat was attacking her, and had chased her into the bathroom. (Good call: every cat I've ever known hates water.) Police and Animal Control responded, and found the woman was scratched, but otherwise OK. The cat, "Honey Bunch," was taken into custody. If you click here, you can see a picture of Honey Bunch, looking pretty darn menacing.
Perhaps she should have gone tire-testing when sober.
A Marlborough woman's "road test" earned her the attention of Sudbury officers recently when she peeled out while taking a turn. The loud, squealing tires put her on police's radar; they pulled her over and ultimately charged her with drunken-driving, along with "harsh and objectionable noise." The woman told an officer she was "trying out" her new tires.
Add this to a public health advisory about the dangers of smoking.
The Shrewsbury Fire Department was called Thursday to assist a man on I-290 who had gotten his hand stuck in the ash tray in his vehicle.