So, just when you thought you have heard it all, comes this doozy out of you guessed it….FLORIDA!!
A homeless man with NO ARMS has been charged with stabbing a tourist in Miami Beach, Florida. I repeat the man had NO ARMS! Miami Beach police report that 46-year-old Jonathan Crenshaw actually held a pair of scissors with his feet, yes you heard that right, and stabbed 22-year-old tourist Cesar Coronado just after midnight on Tuesday.
It just so happens that Jonathan Crenshaw is well-known in Miami Beach as a homeless, street artist who uses his feet to do his painting (not just stabbing), according to local media. This now makes sense why he was so dextrous to be able to stab someone with his foot. This writer has a hard enough time picking up anything off the floor with his foot, let alone ‘fencing’ with it. But practice does make perfect. I’m sure that if you can draw caricatures of tourists with your foot, you can certainly hold a pair of scissors and stab.
Mr. Coronado was bleeding from his left arm from the attack, and was admitted to a local hospital, Reuters reports.
You may be asking, well why the hell did he stab the guy? Small tip? Insulted his drawing skills? Said he smells? Actually, none of the above. Reports say the homeless artist claims that he acted in ‘self-defense’ after Coronado punched him in the head. Coronado, a tourist visiting from Chicago, and a friend told police that Mr. Coronado had only asked for directions before the alleged attack. It is hard to believe in the random punched in the head theory, in all fairness.
Internet searches show that Crenshaw has had multiple run-ins with police and other officials, including violent crime charges. Which is great news considering he is…..STILL LOOSE ON THE STREETS!
Crenshaw’s most recent conviction was in 2014 when he was sentenced to 180 days in jail for felony battery on a police officer. That’s it. Just 180 days, folks.
For this most recent incident, Crenshaw was booked for battery charges and his bond was set at $7,500, according to Miami-Dade Corrections. Should readers set up a GoFundMe page for this guy? The answer is no! We should not! LOL