Hammered Man Tased By Cops Because A PIG Ate His Weed
Upon learning that his pet pig had consumed his stash of marijuana, an Ohio man flew into a rage, downed a bottle of 190-proof alcohol, and was later arrested for disorderly conduct after being tasered by local deputies.
Authorities first learned of the incident when Chad Spohn’s wife, Heather, called local deputies to their home, telling them that 44-year-old Chad was “upset over their marital problems and over the fact that their pig ate all of his marijuana,” The Smoking Gun reports.
Officers couldn’t determine how much marijuana the pet pig Millie had eaten, but in a Facebook post, Chad admitted that he hadn’t placed the marijuana on a high enough shelf.
“well the wife said just because i didnt put my stuff up and she ate it that it is my fault and i go before the pig. i guess i will be putting in some higher shelves,” he wrote.
According to Heather, while the pig added an extra aggravating factor to the scenario, Chad regularly flies into a rage when he doesn’t have his marijuana. This time was no different, except for the fact that deputies from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office were there to witness his meltdown and threats of suicide. Heather and Chad are also going through divorce proceedings.
When officers arrived, Chad grew increasingly uncooperative, prompting officers to taser and arrest him for disorderly conduct after Chad attempted to resist arrest. He was taken to the local county jail on two misdemeanor charges.
WHIO, a local CBS affiliate, is reporting that Chad is offering up his pet pig to the public for free, saying that he just doesn’t have time to take care of Millie any more. According to jail roster records, Chad is no longer in custody.
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