How could anybody be THIS upset while at Chick-Fil-A? I don't get it. This is "Crappy News" for Friday, April 13th.

Los Angeles, CA- A video game record-holder just had all of his high scores revoked.

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Billy Mitchell, one of the subjects of the documentary The King of Kong, holds the record score for Donkey Kong with 1,062,800 points. At least, he did until this week.

Twin Galaxies, the governing body of video game records, began investigating when one of their members recognized some abnormalities in Mitchell's high score performance. Their investigation--and two independent investigations--concluded that Mitchell likely used an emulator instead of an official Donkey Kong machine.

Twin Galaxies also now considers all of Mitchell's arcade records across all games to be invalid, as well. He's also been banned from consideration for any future records. [Den of Geek]

Sussex, England- A police officer has been fired...for moonlighting as a male prostitute.


Someone discovered that he had advertised his "services" on the website and was accepting payment for sexual encounters at his home while off-duty and on sick leave. The cop's username was "Sweet Sensations" ... but his real name is...DICK HOLDER. Let that register for a second...

Holder's supervisor testified at his disciplinary hearing and didn't exactly go to bat for him, saying that Holder under-performed and showed a "pattern of disruptive behavior that has been on the verge of criminal." [Mirror]

One can only hope he performed better at his OTHER job.

Atlanta, GA- A group women got into a brawl at a fast food drive-thru earlier this week.

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Officers were called to a Chick-Fil-A Wednesday morning. A witness' cellphone video shows four females getting into a verbal confrontation. The argument turned violent, and one of the women grabbed a gun and pointed it at the head of another woman.

The suspect who pulled out the gun, 24-year-old Vonshay Redding, told police she has an ongoing dispute with the victim.

Officers say a gun matching the description of the weapon used during the dispute was found inside the vehicle Redding was riding in. She was arrested for aggravated assault and other gun-related charges. [WSB-TV]

Don't get me wrong, I like Polynesian sauce as much as the next person. But this seems A BIT drastic.

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