Skip to comments.Burglar Caught While Making Breakfast
Posted on 09/21/2011 10:47:40 PM PDT by Immerito
Police in the St. Louis suburb of University City say a suspect in a string of burglaries was caught after a homeowner reported finding him frying bacon in her kitchen.
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I would have enjoyed some bacon with him before calling the police, or shooting him.
Well, yes, that is the natural instinct.
Sharing YOUR bacon with him is an option I would (probably) not have partaken in...then again, we are talking about bacon-maybe one or two pieces before letting him assume room temperature.
At least the dude was eating right and not frying an egg white omelet with watercress.
Dangit; now I’m even hungrier for bacon.
Shouldn’t you both be ashamed of yourselves?
I guess it depends on what the fridge has to offer. If he burned the bacon that would get me more pissed than normal.
Move him out of the kitchen before you shoot him. Food is very sensitive, it picks up emotions.
Well we know that he isn’t Muslim.
Obviously very comfortable in other peoples’ homes.
Agree with having a nice breakfast with bacon and eggs with him. Wow, a man who knows his way around the kitchen. Maybe he’s just misunderstood. Naw, hold the gun on him while you eat all the bacon and then do your best impression of Dirty Harry by asking if he feels lucky. His answer would enable you to better word your 911 call.
A mans got to know his limitations.
But he couldn’t resist the bacon.
Steal my bacon and you’re dead.... Period!
Shouldnt you both be ashamed of yourselves?
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I think not.
Maybe he should be shot first, then you don’t have to even think about sharing the bacon.
There is a reason why mankind domesticated dogs and invented guns.
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