Guilty of third-degree work ethic.

A cold-blooded criminal. (via WSPA)

Its a misconception that they're called "garbage men" because they work with garbage. It's actually because that's how they're treated.

Kevin McGill works for a private waste collection company in the wealthy Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs. He has a wife and two young sons, as well as four dogs to feed. So it's understandable that he'd be eager to get to work in the morning.

The problem is, that's illegal. Sandy Springs has an ordinance against collecting garbage before 7 AM. The residents of the town, which include pro athletes and Delta executives, don't like being woken up from their beauty sleep. In fact, any time they hear the garbage truck before 7, the 911 switchboards light up like a Christmas tree, because this is clearly an emergency.

Sources: WSPA | The Daily Mail