Stoopid is as Stoopid....

Stupid criminal and or just plain ole' stupid people stories are commonplace, but this one caught my eye because...well, this stupid wanker is from the town the Diva spent her prime polyester clad teen years in (in fact I graduated from West Islip High in 1974) Just makes your chest fill with "Lion" pride, LOL.

COPIAGUE, N.Y. - A Long Island man who flipped his finger at a police cruiser and then popped a wheelie on his motorcycle is recovering from injuries after crashing.

Suffolk County Police said Frank Patti, 26, of West Islip, rode by the police car at a service station in Copiague at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Police say Patti made an obscene gesture to two officers in the car, popped a wheelie and then sped away.

Police gave chase.

When the motorcycle turned into a parking lot it crashed into a police car that had joined the chase.

Police said Patti was treated for minor injuries at Southside Hospital. He's charged with fleeing police, resisting arrest and several traffic violations.

He was being held for arraignment Monday. Police did not know if he had an attorney.

This appeared on our local news last week:

Oh, yes, they call him the Streak
Look at that, look at that
He likes to show off his physique
Look at that, look at that
If there's an audience to be found
He'll be streakin' around
Invitin' public critique

A Stoopid Felon By Any Other Name Is Still....

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- A man who lied to police to hide his unpaid traffic citations almost got himself into far more serious trouble.

Police in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, say they stopped a vehicle Saturday for improper registration. One passenger identified himself to police, who ran a check on the name.

It turned out to be the name of someone who has an active felony warrant for vehicular homicide.

When the passenger found out, he quickly gave police his real name. He said he lied earlier because he has outstanding traffic fines in another state and wasn't sure whether there was a warrant out for him.

The male was arrested on an obstruction charge.

Before he was released, police verified through photos and fingerprints that he wasn't the vehicular-homicide suspect.

Well, that is about it for today. It had been a very slow gossip weekend ... everyone is keeping their cootchies covered and mouths shut. Good for them, but boring for us, LOL.

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