"Dog bites religious books on South Florida beach, but his owner gets put in the doghouse"

by ShirleyW 13 Replies latest jw friends

  • ShirleyW
    ShirleyW

    The thing that stands out about this story is and I italicized below is, the JW said he had a permit, which I really, really, really, have a strong feeling that this is the biggest lie told on the planet, Dubs just set those damn carts down wherever they please, step back about five feet from them and start looking at their phones are gossiping with their pioneer partner about everyone else in the Cong while getting their hours in.

    Man's best friend also proved to be his best accomplice in the case of a Marathon man and his French bulldog Butterbean.
    Edgar Wallis Jones, 59, was walking his dog on Sombrero Beach Feb. 6 at 11:30 a.m. Jones approached a Jehovah's Witness who had a cart filled with religious literature set up near a pavilion.
    He told the man that he was not allowed on city or state property with religious books. The victim responded that he had a permit and that they were free.
    Jones said if the literature was free, he would take all of it. He grabbed the cart while Butterbean began chewing on some of the books.
    The victim called 9-1-1 and gave Deputy Ian Douthirt a description of the man and his dog. He said he had seen the man around town before and believed he was a local.
    The deputy canvassed the beach, and several witnesses said they saw a man who matched the suspect's description and a dog who matched the bulldog's description. The dog was described as a tan and white, older and chubby French bulldog. One witness said the suspect told him his dog's name is Butterbean but that he didn't choose it; children chose the dog's name.
    Deputy Douthirt's subsequent search of several animal hospitals and shelters turned up one with a file for a French bulldog named Butterbean, but they would not provide additional information given that the incident did not directly involve Butterbean.
    The Monroe County Sheriff's Office posted a description of Butterbean to its Facebook page in the hopes of identifying the bulldog's owner.
    Deputy Douthirt returned to the scene of the crime on Feb. 11, and his search was quickly over. He passed by the pavilion where the victim had been standing when he heard a dog bark. A tan and white French bulldog was walking with its owner, a man matching the suspect's description who then repeated the story of Butterbean's name to the deputy.
    The deputy mentioned his investigation into an incident on the beach, and Jones admitted to talking to the Jehovah's Witness about the legality of his literature cart. He denied taking the cart, but he readily admitted that Butterbean chewed on some of the religious books.
    The victim later identified Jones in a photo lineup, and a judge issued a warrant for Jones' arrest on Feb. 20.
    Jones turned himself in on Monday. He was charged with disorderly conduct.
    Butterbean was not charged in the incident. Deputy Douthirt reported Butterbean remains in good health, spirits and in the care of Jones.
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  • Biahi
    Biahi

    Hilarious!

  • dropoffyourkeylee
    dropoffyourkeylee

    Lol, you can’t make this stuff up

  • john.prestor
    john.prestor

    The victim? Of what?

    Oh wait, he stole the cart, yeah he shouldn't do that

  • DesirousOfChange
    DesirousOfChange

    Joe Hoover wins court cases over dogs chewing up literature, but He is losing them by the MILLION$ when they're about abusing children.

  • Doubting Bro
    Doubting Bro

    Was the cart there legally? The perp brings up a good point. I'm assuming the cops investigated that aspect of it?

  • dubstepped
    dubstepped

    If you brought your own little cart up, could you just take all of the literature? It's free, right. The cart was the problem.

  • tiki
    tiki

    Butterbean just had himself a great spiritual feast....haha. Cute story....do they have permits for real though?

  • waton
    waton

    The only thing worse , boring, to be on a beach in the Florida Keys, islands ( Except Key West), in February is in July, when besides the nearly wave- free sea you have a heatwave.

    The names "Butterbean" and Ian "Douthirt" of course carry a hint of hilarity. Mr. Bean and Mrs Doubtfire.

    Animals will destroy old light wt papers though, Microbes in Landfills, and there is a true story from a city that sends snowbirds to the Florida Keys every February:

    In a Kingdom hall renovation, when they were still fiercely performed by local friends, amateurs, one or two squirrels were boarded in inside the gables. These boarders took to destroying all the literature stock stocked there. captive feeders like the friends.

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