I'm guessing a second date is out of the question?
Police in Tennessee arrested a man who allegedly stole his date's car and then used it to pick up her god-sister for a date at a drive-in movie theater. Kelton Griffin picked up his first date and she allowed him to drive her car because she did not know where he planned to take her.
He stopped at a local gas station and when she went inside to buy cigars, he sped off, leaving her stranded. She tried calling him, but he blocked her number. When she tried to reach out to him on social media, she discovered that he had blocked her there as well. She then contacted her family to let them know what happened.
Then she received a text message from her god-sister, who told her that Griffin was on his way to pick her up to take her on a date. Once they arrived at a local drive-in theater, she texted her again and waited for the police to show up.
Griffin was taken into custody and police charged him with theft of property.
The great-grandfather keeps breaking records to celebrate his birthdays.
Jack Reynolds is getting up there in years, but he isn’t letting that slow him down. The great-grandfather has an annual tradition on his birthday of trying to break a Guinness World Record title, having already become both the oldest person to get their first tattoo and the oldest person to ride a non-inversion roller coaster.
So this year to mark his 106th birthday, he decided to go for the title of oldest person to ride a zip line. Guinness World Record official Mark McKinley was on hand after the record-breaking event to present Jack with a certificate honoring his achievement.
When asked how the zip line compares to his tattoo and roller coaster records, he says, “It was perfect. It’s been a really good day.”