Delinquents Have Videogames Taken


Posted August 1, 2008 - By Stephen Johnson

Down in New Smyrna Beach, Florida,a couple of 'tween girls went on a vandalism spree a couple weeks ago and caused $30,000 worth of damage to a mansion owned by the founder of Chik-Fil-A. The pre-teens broke into the home and sprayed fire extinguishers, threw eggs and left water running in the kitchen.  Bad times!

Their punishment: No videogames. In a deal worked out with the owner of the home, S. Truett Cathy, the girls must write "I will not vandalize other people's property" 1,000 times. They can not watch TV. They must read a good book, and no more games. The deal was worked out so the girls could avoid having a criminal record.

We're not sure how all those things relate, but Chick Fil A makes some severely mediocre food, eh?

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Delinquents Have Videogames Taken


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