Chuck E. Cheese, known to most as the place for pizza and fun a world where every kid wants to have a birthday party; sadly, though, grown men and women have found a way to behave worse than children in a public place. It seems that Chuck E. Cheese chains around the country have a growing problem with violent fights breaking out between adults during birthday parties for children.
In the town of Susquehanna, Pa, local police have responded to 17 calls over the period of 18 months from the same restaurant. This is not uncommon, as fights seem to break out at the pizza chain all around the country, and many witnesses have been posting videos of the phenomenon on YouTube. Experts claim that the high emotions of a birthday party, the noise and crowding, and the fact that some of the restaurants serve alcohol, are the reason that family feuds can break out and turn violent.
While I am sure that there are worse cops out there, I don’t know if so many of them are actively so lazy that they decide it is a good idea to tie a mattress to the roof of their police cruiser and drive down the road like, “it ain’t no thang”. There have been a ton of times in my life when I have actively done things at jobs when I just don’t care about being there anymore, most of them were low paying and low responsibility, the fact that this woman is in charge of stuff and has been there for 32 years kinds of makes me question her entire career there.
The story is happy to point out that she has been “disciplined” somewhere in the teens of times, but has still managed to get repeated raises and has no impact on her retirement. Just a quick search of the internet pretty much tells me that, strangely enough, most places allow officers to receive full benefits around the 32nd year. So I guess as I am writing this story I am found out entirely why this officer just did not care anymore.
Because most credible news places, not us though, don’t think that weird news is worth devoting an entire story too; the New Sentinel has decided to take a handful of odd stories from the last month to amount to one thing worth telling. We at this website call that a gold mine of humor. A word of warning, you may laugh too hard at stupid people.
The only real problem is that the Sentinel seems to think that the world’s shortest man is worth the bulk of their effort and storytelling. The real hero of this “not-really-news” cycle is the man to barged into a Denny’s, claimed he was the new district manager, cooked his own meal, and directly after he was arrested was found to have a briefcase full of crack based goods. Sure, you have cops arresting other cops for stealing food out of the work fridge—because I guess that is a crime only if you really want to push it—but a man who shouts the warning not to dine and dash as he is being pulled out of a Denny’s should have his own hero based award given by Auto-Tune the news, or the Onion at the very least. He is a cracked fueled super-hero of stupid.