This creepy clown madness – I mean, I just can’t!!
Texas is the last place these idiots should be scaring people:
A homeowner in Pampa, TX fired a gunshot after two people dressed as clowns apparently entered his front yard, the city said Wednesday.
The Pampa Police Department responded to a suspicious persons call in the 2500 block of Charles Tuesday around 10:30 p.m.
A resident in the neighborhood told police he was working in his garage when he heard two disguised people laughing outside. The homeowner reportedly told them to leave, then retrieved a pistol as they advanced closer to his home.
The clowns ran away after a warning shot was fired, according to police.
A man in Kentucky pulled an AR-15 to defend his wife from this circus show:
Police say Adam Tingle’s wife told him she saw a clown outside, and he yelled at the person in question, The Kentucky Standard reported Saturday. When the person didn’t react, he allegedly fired one shot into the air to scare them off, and his wife called 911.
Apparently, the “clown” was actually a woman walking her dog. Tingle was charged with second-degree wanton endangerment.
Who was the woman, Mimi from the Drew Carey Show?!
And in Maine, this woman showed Bozo who’s boss:
“He had a red Afro wig on and a red nose,” she said. “The smile was creepy — the painted-on one.” He was wearing a “clown-looking shirt/costume,” and his neck was white.
“I say, ‘I’m not afraid of clowns,’” the woman said. “I started laughing. It’s almost Halloween, so I didn’t think too much about it.”
Then the clown formed a gun shape with his fingers, the woman said, and mouthed the word ‘bang.’
“I picked up my 9 mm — I didn’t point it at him directly,” the woman said, “and said, ‘Back at ya, clown.’”
Police in Brownstone Township, MI are looking for a man disguised as a creepy clown who got away with armed robbery at a Walgreens store on Wednesday.
The armed robbery occurred about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Walgreens store on Telegraph Road. The suspect was wearing a black hoodie, according to surveillance photos taken by in-store cameras.
The masked suspect pointed a gun at the clerk, who turned over about $400 in cash before leaving the store in what is believed to be a blue Chevrolet Impala.
Brownstown Deputy Chief Robert Matthews told The News-Herald the suspect also pointed the gun at nearby customers.
Even law enforcement in Utah took to their Facebook page to address the issue:
Hey, if nothing else, the responses were brilliant:
People: don’t clown and carry.
Carriers: don’t jump the gun.