Wife arrested for throwing cupcakes

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Wife arrested for throwing cupcakesWife arrested for throwing cupcakes, Domestic disputes are usually nothing to scoff, but as we all know, there are exceptions to the rule.

On Sunday, a Chicago woman was arrested for attacking her husband with cupcakes and has been charged with a misdemeanor assault. During a discussion with your honey, she started throwing bombs sugar and stuck it in the head and body. He was not very happy with it, however, and called the police.

An assault on the cupcake? Personally sounds like a dream come true. If my husband never released any dessert in me, you better believe that I love and definitely rewards for good behavior. The judge in this case, however, feels differently. His punishment is sheer madness, yo.

She has been sentenced to electronic monitoring and was given a bonus and 10,000. When police arrived, the husband was covered with ice and said it was “fear” of his wife – when he admitted the crime of the Magdalene, who was taken into custody.

Of course, this is not the first time police have been called to the couple’s home – there have been other arrests for domestic violence – but this last fight dessert must have been the most interesting of their visits. Not many men complain about their wives if they covered in a sugary sweet glaze, but there’s a first time for everything.

I’m a little surprised that the cupcake bandit has been forced to wear an ankle bracelet. Instead of detecting alcohol, will it be able to tell if she is holding a weapon of mass manufacturing? Will you alert your GPS station relative to bakeries and / or the candy aisle at the supermarket? Just not sure what the electronic control will do, but keeping her husband safe from your attacks sweet and sticky, I think it’s a good thing.

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