Friday, September 4, 2009

In the doghouse

From the Queens Gazette:

A Flushing woman got the shock of her life on Sunday morning, August 30 when she went to let her dog out for his morning run and found a man covered with a blanket in the dog’s bed.

Police said Kathleen Kelly was just about to let her pooch out the door when she discovered the drunken stranger curled up in the pup’s blanket.

Kelly tiptoed out of her apartment and went to a neighbor’s home, where she called 911.

Police who arrived at the apartment woke Manuel DeJesus, 19, and asked him, “Buddy, what are you doing here?” DeJesus, who downed nine Coronas on Saturday night, replied, “Mi Casa (My house),” police said.

Kelly told police DeJesus probably wandered into her apartment in a drunken stupor through a back door she left unlocked when she let her dog out at about 1 a.m. on August 30.

DeJesus, who lives several blocks from Kelly, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

Now even the dogs are making illegal conversions. The city is sunk...


Anonymous said...

Another example of the "vibrant diversity" of Flushing.

Cerveza Corona!

Anonymous said...

9 bottles of piss-water and he dosent know how to find the right house?


You know, we used to only import hispanics with high alcohol tolerance, but ever since this became a sanctuary city, our standards sure have dropped!

Anonymous said...

Dog house isn't so bad. My wife sends me there once in a while.

Anonymous said...

He's lucky he wasn't peppered with buckshot.

NRA all the way!

Anonymous said...

Rocksalt would be more like it. There's such a thing as overkill.