The article calls this a “watery elude,” which it wasn’t.
If there had been another shrubbery, next to the first, only slightly higher so you get a two-layer effect with a little path running down the middle, the case might have come out differently.
There were a few other steps involved, but those are the big ones.
The thing with the axe isn’t illegal, and the other stuff deserves more than probation.
Featuring a local news clip that is worth your time.
Is there video? Of course there’s video.
That is not a typo. Forty-seven days.
The ruling presumably leaves him with no facial expression at all.
He managed to get out of this water hazard, but it didn’t do him much good.
But coincidentally, four metric tons of them were missing from a nearby warehouse.