The Holiday Seasons Bring out the Bizarro in People … Husband Stabbed after Opening Gift, Man Running Naked With Ax and Chinese City Banning Christmas Trees, Oh My
Is it the stress of the holidays that bring out the wackos or was it just their time to go insane? The following story should be a lesson to those curious people who can’t seem to wait until Christmas to open their presents. We all get upset when people peak at their Christmas presents early, but stabbing them! Of course there always is an underlying root cause to every argument. According to reports, as the argument escalated, Misty Johnson accused her husband of having an affair.
A woman stabbed her husband with a kitchen knife following an argument that began when she accused him of opening a Christmas present early, authorities said Friday.
Misty Johnson, 34, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and battery, a felony, and misdemeanor domestic battery. Her husband, Shawn Fay Johnson, 34, was treated at a hospital for a wound to the chest, police said.
Everybody knows that attempting to negotiate with a naked, double-bitted ax wielding psycho is a complete waste of time. I think someone will be spending their Christmas in a padded cell wearing a red and green holiday retaining jacket.
When deputies knocked on the door, the man suddenly appeared at the door, naked, holding a double-bitted ax. The man began to come outside, but then went back inside the house and swung the ax. The ax went through the door, but did not hit any deputies.
A special operations team attempted to negotiate with the man for about three hours. Then, the naked man ran screaming out of his home about 7:20 p.m. and charged law enforcement officers. Authorities say the man was shot with a taser and rubber bullets. The man was not injured, nor were any law enforcement personnel.
HONG KONG (Reuters) – A Chinese city has beaten the Grinch at his own game, banning Christmas trees from shopping malls, restaurants and other public places because they pose a fire hazard, a newspaper reported on Thursday.