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Saline County Jail inmate beaten with domino-filled sock after allegedly stealing honey bun

June 21, 2011

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— A purloined pastry has led to new charges against seven inmates at a central Kansas jail.

The Salina Journal reports that a 23-year-old inmate at the Saline County Jail allegedly took a honey bun belonging to another inmate sometime Saturday.

Late Saturday night, the suspected pastry thief was jumped by seven fellow inmates and beaten with a sock filled with dominoes. The sheriff's office says the beaten man was treated at the jail for a possible rib injury.

Six of the other inmates have been charged with battery, and the seventh with aggravated battery.

Comments

Boston_Corbett 5 years ago

This is obviously a Saline County rip-off of the preferred Douglas County cue-ball-in-a-crown-royal-bag.

sr80 5 years ago

Its good it wasn't donut holes or the guys might of got other ideas on revenge !!

Scott Morgan 5 years ago

Good thing they don't serve Blackberry Cobbler. The feller would have died. mmmmmmmmmCobbler.

kernal 5 years ago

Dang, that was a good shot! LMAO!

somedude20 5 years ago

You give me your honey buns and I'll slip you my corndog, sugar!

puddleglum 5 years ago

hey boyz....I gots some HO-HO's! someone gimme a spankings!

LadyJ 5 years ago

Guess I would be upset if someone took my honey's buns too.

Ron Holzwarth 5 years ago

When dominos are outlawed, only outlaws will have dominos.

bevy 5 years ago

NEWS Flash: Prison gamerooms now outfitted only with Toddler Safe toys.

labmonkey 5 years ago

I think a shiv would have been used if Vanilla Zingers would have been involved. Ummmmm, Vanilla Zingers.

50YearResident 5 years ago

Now, I have heard about people being hit over the head with a sock filled with quarters, but never dominos. I think that happened when a man called his wife a two bit ho!

kernal 5 years ago

So, what happened to the honeybun?

acg 5 years ago

Best freakin' comments ever! You guys seriously killed me tonight.

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