Harold Wayne Hadley, Jr., 19, was arrested at a Mississippi junior college after he allegedly wrote a note on a piece of toilet paper on Tuesday, containing the word ‘bomb,’ according to Weirdnews.net. The note prompted 11 emergency agencies to respond to the school, but there was no bomb. Hadley and his family contend that he was only explaining the joy of flatulating in the library. “He was in the restroom doodling on some toilet paper … we are from the country, and he calls passing gas, bombs,” said Hadley’s aunt, who wouldn’t give her name to WDAM. “[He] put ‘I passed a bomb in the library,’ talking about passing gas, and somebody came in and found it, gave it to a teacher that recognized his hand writing and it blew all out of proportion.” Investigators wouldn’t say exactly what Hadley wrote, but WDAM reports that it was no more explicit than “I passed a bomb in the library.” Hadley was arrested and held on $20,000 bail. If convicted of threatening to blow up the school, he faces 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, according to WAPT. His aunt says he earned straight A’s at Jones County Junior College and was scheduled to graduate in May.
Hey Harry, don’t worry man. There’s nothing funnier than a good fart joke, just use better terminology next time. Ever since 9/11 people have been a little uptight about the word ‘bomb’. No joke, I’m playing with a fart machine at work as we speak. Here’s a couple for you to use next time: cut the cheese, ripped ass, butt burp, petarded, farted, ass acoustics, backdraft, tear ass. Oh yea, ‘sharted’ too but you have bigger problems if you’re using that one. I’ve heard of farts being called bombs before and if this was anything like those, it must have been pretty bad. If Harold Wayne Hadley gets 10 years for farting in the library and writing about it, I’ve lost all faith in our justice system. The only injustice here is that no one is laughing about this except for me.
Side note: He was explaining the joy of flatulating in the library. By far my favorite line of this story.