TODAY'S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
John Collazos, 47, who posed as a dentist, treated a woman for a toothache, then kissed her buttocks after administering an injection. Collazos was arrested and charged with practicing dental hygiene without a license in Florida. The woman said she went to his apartment where there was a waiting room area and fully equipped dental equipment. Collazos allegedly examined her mouth and applied a paste to relieve the pain. He then administered an injection in the woman's buttocks to alleviate the toothache and then kissed her buttocks and groped her lady parts.
AND THEN THERE'S ....
Sam Koivisto, 57, a former Jacksonville, Florida cop who elected to take early retirement rather than face an investigation, after he made comments that he'd volunteer to kill President Barack Obama. Koivisto apparently told colleagues, "If an order was given to kill Obama or something, then I wouldn't mind being the guy." He had also said he would not be bothered if a nuclear explosion "killed them all," referring to residents of Northeastern states struck by Hurricane Sandy. "They were Obama supporters." Koivisto said he was already planning to retire, but did it early for the good of the unit.
OR, HOW 'BOUT ....
Geoffrey McGann, 49, who was detained by TSA agents at Oakland International Airport after he tried to board a flight with a homemade watch that looked like a bomb. McGann was arrested on a felony charge of suspicion of possessing bomb-making material, but he insisted it was art. McGann's lawyer said the watch was designed to look like a trigger switch, but was a harmless art piece and and should have been recognized as such by TSA officials.
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