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February 17, 2014

TOTALLY PLAUSIBLE

The man, who's real name is Robert Earl Nevins, told troopers his name is "Captain Crunch" when they stopped him for a traffic violation

Key Excerpt:

After learning Nevins is not Captain Crunch, a possible reference to a cereal of the similar name that has a Napoleon-style hat-wearing mascot named Cap'n Horatio Magellan Crunch, troopers charged him with false identification to law enforcement and disorderly conduct, police said.

We wonder how, exactly, police learned this.

(Thanks to Ralph, and Ned Tugent)

 

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The most surprising thing about this story is that it didn't happen in Florida or involve a Florida Man™

Not to mention he didn't look anything like the composite on the cereals....

DNA testing.

His real name is "Count Chocula".

wow. seriously stupid cops.

Journalism may not pay much, but getting to write a sentence like that makes it all worthwhile.

Jean LaFoote is behind this...I just know it.

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