Man Farts At Detective Until He's Released
Generally, when being interrogated by police, it's best to keep your mouth shut unless you have a lawyer by your side. But maybe there's another way to get out of trouble.
Sean A. Sykes, Jr. – a 24-year-old resident of Kansas City – was riding in a car in which police found drugs and two handguns, so he was taken in for further questioning. When a detective asked Sykes about his address, he "leaned to one side of his chair and released a loud fart before answering with the address," the detective wrote in his report about the interrogation. The barrage of farts continued, and according to the detective, he "continued to be flatulent and I ended the interview."
Though he was not charged, Sykes was pulled over two months later. Police allegedly found crack and a stolen gun in his car, and it seems likely that he won't be able to fart his way out of trouble this time.