(If this is the guy looking in the windows of the JSB he needs to be referred to standards since his underwear is showing--and not the eternal kind!)
Still sick over here, but glad it is Friday nonetheless.
Have a great day!
Have a great day!
Oct. 11: A person riding a motor scooter hit a female student in the crosswalk at 450 East and 1430 North. She was on her way to the football game. The student was checked by the paramedics at the scene and released.
(Comment: Strange but true, by the following week they were engaged! The female student loves to tell people how her fiance literally "swept her off her feet.")
Oct. 7: A female student reported a suspicious male watching female custodians through the window in the Joseph Smith Building. The suspect was estimated to be in his 40s.
(Comment: I used to be a custodian on BYU campus, and believe me those ladies were nothing to be spying on! I am sure this guy could find better looking women to watch on campus.)
Oct. 8: Police discovered a woman on the third floor of the Jesse Knight Building at 4 a.m. She had fallen asleep on the couch and was asked to leave.
(Comment: These sleeping custodians of the Jesse Knight Building need to be retrained by those in the Joseph Smith Building.)
Oct. 8: A concerned observer reported a suspicious male in the HBLL quad at 5:45 p.m. When police questioned him, he said he was Free Running, a game where people run fast toward the corners of buildings or other certain structures and attempt to climb them without assistance and flip or jump. The suspect was a 26-year-old male visitor who said he'd learned of the game through YouTube. Police directed him to go Free Run somewhere else.
(Comment: The guy was later admitted to Utah Valley Medical Center for head trauma.)
Oct. 9: Police questioned two suspicious males who were looking in parked car windows. They said they were leaving business cards on windshields but police didn't see any cards. The suspects were interviewed and released.
Scripture of the Day: Deut. 4:9