Skip to comments.Man Puts Mom In Headlock For Using His Salsa: Cops
Posted on 03/08/2012 4:00:05 PM PST by nickcarraway
Christopher Phillips is being held in jail on $750.
A Bradenton man was arrested after police said he put his mother in a headlock for using his taco sauce and salsa on her dinner.
Christopher Phillips, 23, was arrested Monday and faces a charge of battery. He is being held on $750 bond, according to online Manatee County arrest records.
Police said Phillips became upset with his mother, Rebecca Phillips, 55, when she used his sauce. He screamed in her face and she pushed him away, according to an incident report.
The son then put his mother in a headlock, which caused pain to her neck and broke her glasses, the report said.
Then he went to his bedroom in the home, which he shares with his girlfriend Lisa Tyre, the report said.
Tyre left the bedroom and began yelling at her boyfriends mother, and then slapped the woman's face four times and caused a small cut inside of her lip, the report said.
After the incident, the mother walked to her husband's job because her son refused to give her back her car keys, the report said.
Tyre was also arrested for battery, but posted $750 bond. Phillips is still in custody.
Actually he did it when he found out that the salsa she replaced his normal salsa with was from New York City.
Slight indications of male pattern baldness would indicate that the skinny one on the right is the male.
Okay I’ve read through several posts and no one seems to know which is the son and which one is the girl friend. Like all the others I honestly can not tell!
Which one is the “man”?
That’s why we call it, Flori-duh.
I hope someone in the family has the balls to tell this duo to get other accomadations.
Guessing that Ma was drunk. As were son and girlfriend. Poor Pa.
Well the one on the right reminds me of Sigourney Weaver, and the one on the left reminds me of John Belushi. But that might not help us identify the genders.
My guess would be that Ma & Pa depend on the kids benefit checks to pay the rent.
They won’t be tossing them out.
“Slight indications of male pattern baldness would indicate that the skinny one on the right is the male.”
In prison, they’ll both be b!tches
Condiment fights.....there’s one on every episode of COPS.
He looks like Sigourney Weaver.
Having lived 11 years in Sarasota....I concur....
Sorry for the Sigourney duplicate, didn’t read down thread before posting!
And yeah I get the Sigourney Weaver thing. Spot on.
No problem (I do that all the time). It’s nice to know that tweaked minds think alike...
As an Arkansas resident, I understand many folks consider us the red-headed step child of the states and am reasonably complacent over the supposed insults, but after living in Georgia three times over my many years, I'll just point out that you have no room to talk...say, didn't the movie "Deliverence" take place in Georgia?...and didn't the banjo pickin' dude kinda look like one of the perps?
Sorry to hear of your loss. I’ve lost both of my parents in the last ten years. I still talk to them and look at their pictures everyday but it’s still painful, my siblings feel the same.
“Good question....I say they originally have to be from Arkansas...just going by looks........
As an Arkansas resident, I understand many folks consider us the red-headed step child of the states and am reasonably complacent over the supposed insults, but after living in Georgia three times over my many years, I’ll just point out that you have no room to talk...say, didn’t the movie “Deliverence” take place in Georgia?...and didn’t the banjo pickin’ dude kinda look like one of the perps?”
LOL....you are correct...so I am taking my banjo and going to the front porch...yes the movie took place in GA...but the bad guys came from the South Carlonia side...they are odd over there :)
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