Kentucky woman breastfeeds sheriff's deputy
Third degree assault rap for 'biohazard' mam squirt
A Kentucky woman cuffed for public intoxication added a third degree assault charge to her rap sheet after allegedly squirting breast milk into a sheriff's deputy's face.
Toni Tramel, 31, of Owensboro, was changing into a prison uniform when she took her chance to let the female officer have it with one barrel. The deputy was quickly subjected to a "biohazard decontamination process".
While Tramel is currently incarcerated in lieu of $10,000 bail, various interweb commenters are pondering just what kind of biohazard her mam juice constitutes, unless it contains dangerously high levels of rocket fuel, presumably in this case mixed with dangerously high levels of alcohol. ®
Blame health and safety and a piss poor Govt.
For your information.
Any body fluids constitutes a biohazard under the health and F**king safety legislation or one of its dependant legislation.
This is why you need to be specially trained to clear up baby sick in nursery.
The reason nurses clean up bloods, sick and urine in a ward, cleaners don't and won't. So think on that when you underpaid and overstressed nurse has to do everything on the ward because cleaners are not allowed.
Why teachers have to phone the parent to pick up sick children and if that child is covered in sick, specially trained FEMALE only staff members are used to clean them up. (Bear in mind the kid is covered while the staff is found, changes and then turns up) And why they need to wear special protective clothing
Now ask yourself why we came to this situation. A screaming child of six has to sit for twenty minutes in its own sick, all its class mates laughing while a woman teacher in a plastic outfit comes to clean him up. Then they call the parents to take him home.
You think I am joking, sorry. Think again.
Society today. Great isn't it.
I shot the sheriff...
Got to milk it for all it's worth...
(And 2 mugshots in one day - bonanza!)
re: Where would you be?
Alive and well actually, since the 'official' discovery of the first anti-biotic (penicillin) - by a Scotsman - who was most definitely on the right side of the pond at the time. In more ways than one.
Not to mention our ability to gain access to more advanced infection treatments without having to sell the house or an internal organ to fund it.
...or have I completely missed the joke there?