If the truck’s a-rockin’, please, for the love of god, don’t come a-knockin’. Police in Minnesota had to ignore that advice to break up a live, one-man sex show allegedly put on by the driver behind the wheel of a pickup truck. Bystanders in St. Paul were scandalized to see Brian Wutschke allegedly performing a graphic act on a white dildo on Wednesday, according to the St. Paul Pioner Press. Cars honked at the apparent exhibitionist to shoo him away. Police, who got complaints about the x-rated performance, found a red truck several blocks away. Cops claim they found a piece of erotic hardware in Wutschke’s shirt, the newspaper said, and noticed several pairs of women’s underwear littering the interior. During the pat down, Wutschke informed cops that the vibrating noise they heard was another pleasurable device. The 45-year-old suspect was charged with two counts of indecent exposure, according to the Ramsey County sheriff’s office. The incident report provided to The Huffington Post said that he was initially detained for “obscene performances” and “indecent exposure.”

A western New York woman has been convicted of punching a 70-year-old Walmart cashier during a dispute over a receipt on Christmas Eve.

Jacquetta Simmons was found guilty of felony assault by a Genesee (jehn-eh-SEE’) County Court jury Friday.

The 27-year-old faces from 2 1/3 to seven years in prison under New York’s Granny Law, which makes it a felony to intentionally injure someone 65 or older if the defendant is at least 10 years younger than the victim.

Prosecutors say Simmons knocked Grace Suozzi down with a blow to the face while Suozzi was checking her receipt. Simmons’ lawyer argued she swung her arm but didn’t intend to hit Suozzi.

Sentencing is set for Nov. 14 in Batavia.

Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says employee safety is a “top priority” and its focus is on supporting Suozzi.

Huffington Post

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