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Mark Williams, 33, a Pittsburgh man who spent his wedding night in jail after flirting with a pregnant waitress and causing a fist fight to break out.
Witnesses aboard the boat where the reception was held say the groom was overly flirtatious with the visibly pregnant waitress and even tried pouring alcohol down her throat.
The girl called her boyfriend, who showed up when the boat docked at 1 a.m. and promptly got in a fist fight with the groom.
Police were called to the scene and the groom was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal assault.
Williams’ brother, an off-duty state trooper, was also charged with obstructing law enforcement and assaulting two police officers.
A third man at the wedding reception is charged with punching out the window of a parked car.

AND THEN THERE’S …..

Philip Neri Guerrero, 38, a Florida man who was arrested for battery after driving to the pick-up window of a Taco Bell, reaching inside the window, and grabbing an employee’s butt cheek.
Witnesses say Guerrero did not place an order. He simply drove up, exited his car, and reached in.
Guerrero was released from Manatee County jail the same day on $500 bond.

OR HOW ABOUT …..

Brenden Remel, 18, a Florida man who impersonated a cop in an attempt to contact his ex-girlfriend, who had a court ordered restraining order against him.
Remel called his ex-girlfriend at her workplace claiming to be a police officer and even provided a badge number.
He told the employee who answered the phone he needed to talk with the girl because she was facing felony charges.
The girl quickly realized it was him and called police.
He was charged with impersonating a police officer, stalking, and violating an injunction.

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