Law and Order
A British man who drew penises on a photo of a police officer and posted it to social media has received a pretty hefty punishment from a court.
Last summer, 20-year-old Jordan Barrack was taken to a local police station after witnessing a bar fight. While waiting to be interviewed, the bored witness secretly snapped a photo of police constable Charles Harris, drew a couple dicks on it, and shared it with his friends on Facebook and Snapchat.
When Lawyers Send Letters
Sometimes the Ask Me Anything subreddit is a heartwarming and educational space, filled with the charming tales of 91-year-old WWII veterans, blind marathon runners and Braille transcribers.
Other times—last night, for instance—it’s a place where the conversation gets so weird, it makes you wish you just stuck Read More
Today, in lawsuits: A disgruntled employee is suing Intel, after his (jerk) coworkers at Intel’s New Mexico manufacturing facility allegedly stuck a “Kick Me” sign on his back and, yes, kicked him several times, then “laughed hysterically.” Cool company culture, dudes.
The AP reports: