Friday Files – December 13, 2019

And now it's time for FRIDAY FILES!

Southern Alexa, a forklift disaster, an army dance, and more.

In Las Cruces, New Mexico, an employee of a Subway sandwich shop is facing charges after police say she robbed the place. The Las Cruces Sun-News reports that she told officers she committed the robbery “to teach one of the employees a lesson about what could happen late at night in that part of town.”

In Las Vegas, Nevada, over the past week, there have been multiple reports of Las Vegas pigeons sporting various colored cowboy hats. Mariah Hillman, who runs Lofty Hopes, told the Huffington Post that after several days of searching, they finally tracked down the pigeon in the red hat, which they’ve named Cluck Norris. Coo-Lamity Jane, who wears a pink hat, is still out roaming. There’s also reportedly a brown-hatted pigeon on the loose. Some social media users noted that the National Finals Rodeo happened to be in town, but the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association had “nothing to do with the pigeons wearing cowboy hats,” ProRodeo Sports News editor Scott Kaniewski told The New York Times. Hillman said that although she first thought the birds’ attire was cute, she quickly developed concerns for the safety of the cowboy pigeons when she realized the hats appeared to be permanently secured. On capture, the birds will need to spend some time at the rescue while they assess the situation.

In Memphis, Tennessee, a woman who went through the drive-thru line of a McDonald’s realized she received ketchup instead of the jelly she requests. In a sad tale of how violent our society has become, the Associated Press reports that as words were exchanged with several employees, the woman allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it at them. Over jelly?!?

Southerners may appreciate this. I have actually had a problem with my phone understanding me.

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If you ever have a bad day at work, think about this guy.

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In Alpnach, Switzerland, the army has a dance for you.

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