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Antoine Sims Calls The Cops On McDonald’s For Cold Fries and Ends Up Getting Arrested For Murder

If you were wanted for murder, would you ever call the cops?

Most wouldn’t, but Georgia man Antoine Sims did just that.

Sims was upset at McDonald’s because they allegedly gave him cold fries and wouldn’t replace them, so he called the police to handle the matter. When they got there, the manager told police that Sims threw a drink at him after he was told to leave.

Police showed up, and it turned out to be a mistake for Sims because while gathering all of their info, they found out that he was wanted for murder from 2018 when a woman was found burned to death in a car.

Sims was told this and tried to run but didn’t get far and was taken in.

I think this should be on World’s Dumbest Criminals.

Each episode of the series, originally only known as World’s Dumbest Criminals, presented a comedic look at 20 half-witted and offbeat events recorded on camera and occasionally, on tape by 911 dispatchers.

As the series expanded to offer humorous looks at other subjects, the episodes were classified by themes, such as criminals (later outlaws), drivers (later motorheads), daredevils (later thrillseekers), partiers, and performers. Since Season 7, the series produced several episodes centering around weird and humorous Inventions. These episodes forgoed the usual World’s Dumbest title and replaced it with World’s Smartest; possibly with a sarcastic undertone.

Each featured commentary from comedians and writers such as Bryan Callen, Jared Logan, Chris Fairbanks, Kevin and Tom McCaffrey, and others.

Because the show’s original focus had solely been on criminals bungling their acts of crime, commentary used to be provided mostly by celebrities known for their own past brushes with the law, including Danny Bonaduce, Leif Garrett, Tonya Harding, Todd Bridges, Daniel Baldwin, Frank Stallone and Gary Busey. These individuals continued to appear on the show after its focus expanded.

Sound effects and mock commentary are added to enhance the humor of the events. A cartoon storyboard may be added to make up for the lack of video.

In January 2011, the show renamed itself as truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest…, dropping the “Smoking Gun”, with the commentators’ on-screen ID logos, the episode’s opening title page, and background brightness adjusted as well, in the process. The new title page and show name was retroactively applied to reruns of older episodes.

He is hustling backwards.

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