Steven Mulhall, 21, of Coral Springs, posted a photograph of himself holding a stolen nameplate, which was pried from the door of a Broward Circuit judge’s courtroom on his girlfriend’s Facebook account, according to arrest records, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
“The nameplate is like only $40, not that big of a crime, but what an idiot. He puts it on Facebook,” said Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti. “Here he is flaunting it on Facebook. He violated the terms of his parole by stealing, from a judge no less. He’s got multiple convictions for petty theft, so now this is a felony.” HE MUST BE HIGH, PEEP THE LIGHTER IN HIS LAP, TO DO SOMETHING SO FOOLISH!
Deputies went Saturday to a mobile home in Brooksville and talked with Thomas Gannon, 35. He told the deputies his girlfriend, Tina Marie Cash, 31, had been drinking and became upset over their relationship and decided to let the world know how she felt: She removed the relationship status on her Facebook page and even “un-friended” him, according to Hernando Today.
After a face-off, the couple got into quite a scuffle. They were each arrested and charged with battery, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
Now they’re prisoners of love. FACEBOOK MAKES FRIENDS INTO ENEMIES!