She Shouldn’t Be Doing That in Her ConditionKyla J. Brumley, 28, of Sheboygan, Wisc., was about to give birth. At least that’s what she said when she allegedly ripped off her pants and underwear outside a local bar. Brumley refused to answer questions when police arrived, instead yelling, “Get it out!” and rolling around on the ground when others tried to cover her uncovered bottom half. But officers saw no evidence that Brumley was in labor or even pregnant, so they handcuffed her and took her to an area hospital, where tests confirmed that she was not having a baby anytime soon. (MS/Sheboygan Press) ...On a positive note, an imaginary baby is much easier to raise.
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