I ran across a quote a few years ago. It’s not your typical cliche. It actually seems to hold true more times than not. Even after an exhausting Google search, I cannot find the exact quote, but the gist of it is that the more ignorant someone is, the louder they tend to speak in order to make themselves heard. The intelligent among us stay quiet for fear of being seen as ignorant. With the pervasiveness of social media, the dipshits and braindead of our society have more access to communication than ever before, and with that comes the endless entertainment that a certified dumbass brings to the table.
About two days ago, the Butler County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio posted the following humorous, yet legitimate “wanted” flyer to their Facebook page.
The featured criminal is a man by the name of Andrew Marcum. Based on his assortment of charges, two previous mugshots, and a weak-ass selfie game, we can assume Andrew wasn’t blessed with an IQ on the good side of the bell curve. Now, other than the word of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, Andrew has given us no hard evidence that he might have been the kid shoving Sharpie’s up his nostrils as a child.
A few hours after the Sheriff’s original post, a recognizable name popped up in the replies in response to his fellow citizens’ comments regarding his illegal activities.
Notice his profile picture? It matches the shitty selfie in the original post. That’s the same fucking guy. All assumptions can be thrown out the window. This deadbeat has confirmed his idiocy to the world.
The following day, the Butler County Sheriff took to another form of social media in an oft-futile effort to convince the fugitive to turn himself into authorities.
Hey Andrew Marcum we've got your room ready… pic.twitter.com/iYkANLD9hZ
— Richard K. Jones (@butlersheriff) March 3, 2015
Our boy Andrew fell for it, though, and later in the day he was the jail’s newest model.
Those eyes may be a little red, but I’m sure he was cuffed and strip-searched like a true Facebook hardass..
[via ABC News]
Image via Butler County Sheriff’s Office Facebook