A Suspect Gets Out of a Police Interrogation Thanks to His Loud Flatulence
So the police arrest you. You're a suspect in a major case. The interrogation is intense, the detectives are really hammering you, and you know if they just stop, they don't have enough on you and you could walk. What do you do?
You do this. YOU. DO. THIS.
According to the Kansas City Star, a 24-year-old guy named Sean Sykes from Kansas City, Missouri was pulled over back in September and the cops found drugs and stolen guns in a backpack inside his car. The cops took him in for questioning, and Sean swore they weren't his.
But the cops kept persisting, and Sean finally got them to stop . . . with his FLATULENCE. Or, as the OFFICIAL police report put it, quote, "Mr. Sykes released a loud fart. Mr. Sykes continued to be flatulent and I ended the interview."
The cops let him go without charging him, which is kind of amazing . . . and pretty much ALL thanks to his flatulence.
Unfortunately for Sean, he got pulled over again a few days ago, and the cops found more drugs and more guns. And this time, he couldn't stink bomb his way out of it.