Teens toss man's cremated remains from car window after realizing he wasn't cocaine.

Teens toss man's cremated remains from car window after realizing he wasn't cocaine.
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This coke would not pass the Pepsi challenge.

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The memory of the deceased will live on inside this kid. (via Fox 2 Now)

Some idiot kids from St. Peters, MO were arrested recently after burglarizing a home last November. Amongst their pilfered loot, they ran away with an Xbox 360, prescription drugs, jewelry, and the ashes of a dead guy. The creamains of the homeowner's father, stored in a wooden box, were thought by the 15, 16, and 17-year-olds to be cocaine.

Either these kids have never seen cocaine before, or whoever runs the crematorium in their town is making a mint.

According to Fox 2 Now, the kids realized during their getaway that they had stolen the last remaining evidence of the man's corporeal body. It is unclear how much of the deceased found his way into a teenager's sinus cavity before the kids got wise and asked themselves, "What would a dumbass do?"

They threw the ashes out of the window of their moving car.

For those of you that might not remember, that is also what Lorena Bobbitt did with her husbands severed penis.

The boys would have gotten away with it, too, if one of the kids hadn't gone online with the XBOX. Cops tracked them down using the IP address.

The 15 and 16-year-olds were referred to juvenile authorities, while the 17-year-old, Devin Gessell, was charged with burglary and two counts of theft.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, none of them were busted with possession of narcotics.

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