Jack’s NumbNuts Of The Day: A Real Housewives Real Fight, Stealing To Play FrontierVille, Man Pawns Wedding Ring For Hooker, Couple Married In A Denny’s

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Finally Someone Gets It Right: Real Housewives ARE Terrorists (And Media Whores)
Three cast members of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” reality show will face charges following an altercation at a clothing boutique. A Paramus man claims Jacqueline and Christopher Laurita and Giuseppe “Joe” Gorga attacked him as cameras rolled in Ridgewood on Saturday. A judge on Thursday determined there was sufficient probable cause to charge them with assault and making terroristic threats. John Karagiorgis filed the complaint and the reality stars responded with their own, which will be heard next week. Karagiorgis tells The Record newspaper he still has a mark on his forehead from a stiletto heel. The case will be forwarded to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.

With This Ring, I Thee Buy A Whore
A South Carolina man’s problems with his wife probably aren’t going to get any better after he was caught pawning his wedding ring to pay for a prostitute. According to WYFF4.com, Marvin Holmes supposedly told Greenwood police that marital issues led him to look for a different kind of female companionship in a seedier part of town. But he didn’t have any money, so he told the alleged prostitute he met to take his wedding ring and use it to get some cash. After visiting a local pawn shop, the woman reportedly got 20 dollars for the jewelry. But Holmes eventually started to feel uncomfortable with the situation and drove away. That’s when the cops pulled him over and charged him with solicitation.

Stealing To Play FrontierVille…
A woman convicted of stealing money from her employer to feed her computer-game habit won’t be going to jail.  Forty-eight-year-old Rebecca Riley Terry of Arlington completed 240 hours of community service prior to her sentencing yesterday to 30 days in jail.  The judge converted that time to community service.  Terry admitted making unauthorized charges on her employer’s credit card to improve the virtual homestead she was building on the Facebook game FrontierVille.

Yum, A Real Grand Slam
An Iowa couple has become the first to get married at the Denny’s wedding chapel in Las Vegas. Nancy Levandowski and Steve Keller tied the knot Wednesday evening, while some well-wishers sat in booths and restaurant patrons ate dinner nearby. The 53-year-old bride is the food service director at Iowa State University in Ames, while her 54-year-old husband is a salesman for a food company. Nancy Levandowski says she often ate at Denny’s restaurants during college, while Keller says he frequents the 24-hour pancake house while traveling. The couple was selected from a pool of applicants vying to be the first married at the chapel inside the new restaurant. Ceremonies at the chapel start at $95, which includes Denny’s T-shirts and a Pancake Puppies wedding cake.

 

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