The Day's Three Burning Legal Questions: Bodily Fluids and Solids Edition
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: The busybody who manages my apartment complex is now demanding a DNA sample from my dog! What now??
Answer: Sometimes managers of apartment complexes demand dog DNA samples so they can have a laboratory compare the DNA to that found in piles of dog crap that tenants fail to pick up. Once they use canine genetics to track down the scofflaws, the manager will probably impose a fine. (WMUR 9, Apartments To Use DNA To Ensure Dog Poop Cleaned) (via Consumerist)
2) Question: I'm a breastfeeding mother. The cops are all up in my face about a domestic dispute. I'm thinking about backing them off of me by hitting them with a few sprays of breast milk, directly from the source if you know what I mean! Good idea?
Answer: Bad idea! That may get you charged with resisting arrest or disorderly conduct. (AOL Weird News, Ohio Deputies: Woman Sprayed Us With Breast Milk)
3) Question: Some dude went "Number 2" in our doorway. Yes, you read that correctly. We have a photo of him. Can we put up fliers with his photo asking people to help stop him from, um, going Number 2 in our doorway again?
Answer: That is a question of first impression here at LBW. We'll need to take this one under advisement. (Tosh.0 Blog, Some Habits Are Hard to Break)
Posted by Bruce Carton on June 29, 2011 at 04:22 PM | Permalink
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