This Teen Could Go To Jail For Trying To Pick Up Hooters Waitresses In The Stupidest Way Possible
I understand trying to hit on Hooters waitresses. You want to be the guy who walks away with the phone number, especially when a table full of friends is trying to accomplish the same goal. What I don’t understand is why this teen would try to hit on Hooters waitresses ON FACEBOOK and do it in a completely unethical and illegal manner. Unethical, illegal and STUPID.
An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers.
Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime.
Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township.
Never EVER pretend to be a cop in any situation ever. Maybe on a playground but not if you’re over the age of 10. It’s against the law. Just don’t.
Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said.
…ok, overall not a bad idea, but the part where he played a cop was a bad idea. Look, maybe the kid just doesn’t know how to talk to women. Maybe he wanted to start an online friendship and then be friends in real life? Maybe this is all just a juvenile and innocent…
At Fuhst’s May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list.
Yeah so this guy was dumb and not a nice fella. He’s also got a rap sheet longer than a Hooters menu.
At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000.
Fuhrst is scheduled to see court time in September. Until then, he’s behind bars.