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9/06/2014 2:11 pm  #1


"Stop squishing the fu*king bread!" Bam! Mom arrested

Why? Because "there are laws..."

Mom Danielle Wolf was grocery shopping at a Kroger store in North Augusta, South Carolina when she was arrested for disorderly conduct after cursing in the presence of her two daughters.
According to the incident report from the North Augusta Department Of Public Safety, Wolf yelled at her children, told them to "stop squishing the f*cking bread," and used "similar phrases multiple times." Another woman at the store then approached the mother and asked her to stop using that language with her children.

"He was like, 'You're under arrest'... right in front of kids, in front of my husband, in front of customers," Wolf told WJBF of the officer who approached her in the store. She added, "I didn't harm nobody. I didn't hurt nobody. "

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/15/mom-arrested-for-swearing_n_5681837.html

Mom goes to court on September 12. Hopefully she won't get any fucking jail time.

 

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