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  • BeansBaxter
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    When I worked in a Jail we had this regular who had a prosthetic leg. He used to tell everyone that he lost his leg to a claymore in Vietnam when he had actually passed out on some railroad tracks and got run over.

    One night he came in all drunk and belligerant. After sleeping it off for about 6 hours we tried to take him to see pretrial. We had taken his leg and placed in outside his detox cell because it could be a potential weapon and he had been known to hide booze in it.

    So me and my FTO go to get this guy to take him to pretrial and he starts talking smack saying he's gonna whip my FTO. We had given him back his leg to walk with us down to the pretrial office. My FTO gets fed up with his talk and says to me "Take the leg". So I ask him nicely once or twice to give me the leg and he starts begging "please don't take my leg, I'll be good"

    So I reached down and had to literally pull this guys leg off. Then I threw it out in the hallway and slammed the door on my way out. The whole time this guy was still begging for me to give him back his leg cause he'd be good.

    Good times.

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  • Blazin413
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    Nothing like a prosthetic limb yet, but I've continuously deal with the same homeless guy that has a colostomy bag. I suck with faces, so I didn't remember him until the third time I dealt with him. now lets analyze this... homeless=no insurance or way to pay for bags. bags=plastic grocery bags. he's nice enough to tell me first every time though.

    I had to handcuff a guy that had a "halo" (for lack of a better term) on his arm during a felony stop. I just threw the hook around the steel on the halo. he wasn't going anywhere.

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  • firestone88
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    I had a non-injury traffic accident today. Long story short, there was a verbal arguement when I got there... one party was Black, the other Hispanic. Both of them were yelling racial slurs at eachother, and it was just ridiculous.

    At one point, the Hispanic guy told me "The black man jammed something under his wasteband right before you got here! He's probably got a gun, or dope!!!" I asked the guy if he did such a thing, and he pulls up his shirt to reveal a colostomy bag.

    You can imagine how stupid I felt, but the guy was really understanding. Just one of those days, I guess!

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  • MFP4073
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    Originally posted by Tunkle View Post
    We had one of our officers have a prosthetic left ear and a few times to get peoples attention in an argument he would start acting crazy and yank the thing off then start screaming like crazy. This normally got the peoples attention QUICK!
    did he start yelling into it???

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  • JJS
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    During a ground fight one night I knee struck a suspect in the ribs and pop! Out flew his dentures!

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  • irishdep
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    Originally posted by Tunkle View Post
    We had one of our officers have a prosthetic left ear and a few times to get peoples attention in an argument he would start acting crazy and yank the thing off then start screaming like crazy. This normally got the peoples attention QUICK!
    I would pay to see that!

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  • SRT936
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    Back when I worked the jail, we had an old duffer come in who was more then a bit cantankerous. He was escorted into a receiver cell and one of the jailers started the process of removing his boots. This particular officer was notorious for his incredibly short fuse (and was later fired for excessive use of force.) As he pulled on the old guys boot, it wouldn't budge. Meanwhile, old guy is screaming at him, calling him every name in the book, and telling what a wimp (the actually word started with a p and ended with a y) the officer was. The fuse reached bottom, and the officer wrapped his arm around the boot and yanked with all his might, hoping to injure the old guy. It was at that point the fake leg finally gave way causing the officer fall over into a backwards sommersault into the hall, still holding the leg. The look on his face made it clear that he thought he had just pulled the guys leg off. Old guy starts laughing, and, as it turns out, so did I to the point that I could barely get the key into the cell door.

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  • ryeclift
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    funny

    LOL

    Originally posted by fed132 View Post
    We had a medic that had a glass eye, when the new rookies would come in, he would start talking to them about SOP's, equipment and such and then out of nowhere he would pop his eye out and start shining it on his shirt, all while still talking.

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  • fed132
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    We had a medic that had a glass eye, when the new rookies would come in, he would start talking to them about SOP's, equipment and such and then out of nowhere he would pop his eye out and start shining it on his shirt, all while still talking.

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  • Silvershield
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    Wow, I have to say that has not happened to me yet. Now i'm going to wonder a lot more as I help homeless people during patrol.

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  • Kieth M.
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    Originally posted by Tunkle View Post
    We had one of our officers have a prosthetic left ear and a few times to get peoples attention in an argument he would start acting crazy and yank the thing off then start screaming like crazy. This normally got the peoples attention QUICK!
    That's way too funny!

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  • Tunkle
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    We had one of our officers have a prosthetic left ear and a few times to get peoples attention in an argument he would start acting crazy and yank the thing off then start screaming like crazy. This normally got the peoples attention QUICK!

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  • Seventy2002
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    We had a drunk who didn't want to get out of the patrol car at the jail. An officer grabbed a leg and pulled. He fell on his can as the (artificial) leg came off. The nurses at the ER tell of the time they checked an unconscious patient's eyes and found one pupil fixed and not reacting to light. They were about to CAT scan him for brain damage when someone looked closer and diagnosed a glass eye.

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  • Kieth M.
    started a topic And then his eye fell out!

    And then his eye fell out!

    Yeah, last night a couple of our guys went to arrest a down drunk. The down drunk didn't really want to go wth the police, so he started to try and shake them off. They weren't using force (even the local police watchdog critic said the cops didn't use any real force), they were just keeping him from falling over. He started to shake his head, saying "no, no" and then his eye fell out!

    The officers didn't see it until they sat him in the back seat of the squad car and saw it fall from his shirt onto the floor of the police car! Then he started them down with that empty socket.

    I know, among us all here at O.com, there has to be more stories of body parts that turned out to be false/phony and surprised a cop or two, so please share...

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