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Florida Woman Arrested for Riding a Manatee

Two months ago, a photo circulated showing a woman riding on the back of a manatee at Fort DeSoto Park, which attracted the attention of Sheriff Bob Gualtieri of Pinellas County.  The sheriff held a news conference on Oct. 2, pleading with the public to help identify the woman in the picture.

This week, the heinous cold-blooded criminal has finally been captured!

Ana Gloria Garcia Gutierrez, of St. Petersburg, was taken into custody without incident when police arrived at her place of employment, dragging the 53-year-old Sears employee to jail, where the nefarious outlaw was later released on $1,500 bail.



Gutierrez, who admitted having committed this most egregious offense, stated that she did not know that it was illegal to use a sea cow as a boogie board.  However, Florida's Manatee Sanctuary Act states: “It is unlawful for any person at any time, by any means, or in any manner intentionally or negligently to annoy, molest, harass, or disturb or attempt to molest, harass, or …

Six (Surprisingly) Evil Corporations

Very few people would be surprised if they were told that certain mega-corporations like Walmart, Monsanto, BP, or Halliburton were "evil". In reality, some of the world's most villainous and diabolical companies are those which make products or offer services most people around the world love. Here are some examples of companies which seem harmless on the surface, but have a verifiable track record of pure unadulterated evil.



Regis Corporation: Equal Rights Amendment?  Can't say we ever heard of it.



If you've ever gone to the mall or a shopping center for a haircut, then you've probably given your business to the Regis Corporation, a Fortune 1000 company which owns and operates thousands of salons under the name of Smart Style, Supercuts, Cost Cutters, Mastercuts, and Trade Secret. How can a company that offers budget-priced mullets to the American public be evil, you ask?

Well, let's look at recent lawsuits which have resulted in multi-million-dollar cl…