Thursday, February 7, 2013

Dơ ngón tay giữa bị 1 tháng tù

Dơ ngón tay gia b 1 tháng tù

Ngày 6 Feb 2013 cô gái Penelope Soto, 18 tui, Florida nếu ch gt đu không cn nói mt ch nào khi ông tòa Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat tuyên b đóng tin ti ngoi năm ngàn đô thì mi chuyn êm xuôi.

Cô Soto tr li tòa bng mt ch lóng bình dân Adios, ông tòa Chomat li tăng tin ti ngoi lên gp đôi $10,000.00

Soto ri tòa và dơ ngón tay gia ra. Ông tòa Chomat ra lnh tng giam thêm 30 ngày tù na ri cô mi được ra tòa tr li đ xin được ti ngoi vi s tin gp đôi là $10,000.00 Video &  toàn b câu chuyn  này xem được ti:

Giggling teen flips judge the bird, judge not amused

6 Feb 2013
Never mess with people who have the power to make your life miserable. That includes DMV employees, waiters and baggage handlers. And judges. Especially them.

A Miami woman facing drug charges made her situation much worse when she laughed at and then flipped off the man with the gavel. File this case under: Ill advised.

According to NBC Miami, 18-year-old Penelope Soto was in court for charges relating to possession of Xanax, a prescription drug. Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat was in the process of setting her bond. He asked Soto about the value of her jewelry. Soto laughed. That was strike one.

"It's not a joke, you know, we're not in a club now," Rodriguez-Chomat said. "We are not in a club. Be serious about it."

Soto replied: "I'm serious about it, you just made me laugh. You just made me laugh, I apologize. It's worth a lot of money." The judge said, "Like what?" Soto compared the jewelry to a wealthy rapper. She replied that the jewelry is "like Rick Ross. It's worth money."

The perplexed judge asked if Soto had taken drugs within the past 24 hours, to which she answer, "Actually, no." The judge then set Soto's bond at $5,000 and said, "Bye-bye."

Soto chuckled and said, "Adios." Strike two. The judge summoned her back and raised the bond to $10,000, eliciting gasps from those in the courtroom.

Soto asked if the judge was serious. Judges are not known for their humor, and Rodriguez-Chomat is no exception. "I am serious," he said. "Adios."

But Soto wasn't done. Instead of leaving the courtroom she flipped Rodriguez-Chomat the bird and said "F*** you." And that was strike three. Soto was again called back and then sentenced to thirty days in the big house for contempt of court.


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