I'm not suggesting it would be fun to be shanked with a spork but if you examine the contents of any random bag of KFC I wonder how far down the list the spork would be in terms of things which are deadly.
Published: February 27th, 2008 12:49 AM
Last Modified: February 27th, 2008 12:49 AM
A man accused of attempting an armed robbery with what appears to have been a spork was arrested Monday night, when police say they placed him at the scene of the crime through the use of KFC bags, according to
Police responding to the intersection of
11th Avenueand Turpin Streetat about 10:30 p.m. were told the robber tried to grab at the victim's watch, managing to unlatch it but not get it off his wrist, police Lt. Paul Honeman said. The suspect fled without stealing anything, he said.
Police located an intoxicated Peter Albert, 52, a few blocks away with a small pocketknife as well as a backpack containing a KFC bag and some sporks -- plastic spoon/fork hybrids, he said.
Police found other KFC products discarded at the scene of the robbery, Honeman said.
Though the victim reported the robber was swinging a pocketknife, the weapon may have in fact been a spork based on the four parallel scratches officers found on the victim's side, Honeman said. Police have not ruled out a knife was used, however.
Albert was being held at the
jail in lieu of $5,000 bail on a charge of first-degree robbery. Anchorage
1. chicken injected with enough fat and chemicals that, while tasty, it will make your poop turn green.
2. mashed potatoes, corn, baked beans in sauce - carbs carbs carbs
In fact, that stick they use for the corn on the cob is probably more deadly than the spork.
Yet its just this kind of resourcefulness which gives me hope for the survival of society. If this suspect had used his ingenuity for the forces of good we'd already have solved this global warming problem and I'd be spending my time sharpening sporks to fend off all the polar bears.