Monday, May 01, 2006

Odd PA Stories...

In Feasterville, PA a pizza delivery boy was pulled over and police found that he was not only carrying the pizzas but also used his car to transport corpses for the local mortuary. It would also seem that he was breaking no laws in doing so. I wish the story would have named the pizza place...

"County and state health officials said there is no law against delivering a body and food in the same vehicle." (source)

The Man and I were just talking about how different middle and high school must be these days with all the technology available. No more getting in trouble for passing notes with the ease of text messaging and apparently no more waiting 'til the clock strikes three with the much easier act of cyber-bullying.

"Police in Swissvale say they plan to cite a juvenile for harassment for an incident of cyberbullying involving the boy and another student at a Catholic school.

Police say the juvenile posted a phony profile of another student, a 14-year-old eighth grader, on, saying the boy was homosexual. McGowan’s mother called police to complain after her son told her about the problem. Christine McGowan says her son is the victim of cyberbullies and that his grades and self-esteem has suffered." (source)

(H/T: Liz)

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