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An employee of KFC allegedly had an unpleasant encounter with a drive-thru customer resulting in accusations that she threw food at the man out of frustration.

30-year-old Shade Simmons was working her shift at KFC when she had a drive-thru customer who watched through the window while she prepared his food.

The man believed that Simmons was not following proper sanitation procedure while fixing his food and he became upset with the situation. After he spoke up about his allegations the two reportedly verbally taunted each other until his order was complete.

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An elderly woman was taken into custody when she was allegedly seen topless while drinking from a box of wine in public just after sunrise.

81-year-old Mary Ellen Stewart of Kenneth City was sitting on a bench on the premises of a St. Petersburg hospital just after 7:30 am on Thursday when some of the staff members reportedly witnessed her drinking from a box of wine without a shirt on, leaving her breasts exposed to the public.

Law enforcement arrived at the location and when they spotted Stewart they reported that she was not wearing anything to cover her top half. Additionally, they allegedly saw her holding a box of Sunset Blush wine above her head and drinking the contents straight from the attached spout.

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A couple was arrested on Wednesday when authorities found that they live in a box made of plywood, and had been residing there with their three children for several years.

Mona Kirk and Daniel Panico of Joshua Tree have three children and they have reportedly lived well below the poverty level for quite some time. The couple owns a piece of land in a rural area, and they have parked a trailer on the property in order to provide shelter to their family. Near the trailer, they have an outdoor box-like structure made out of plywood, and there is no electricity or running water on the land. They have been making ends meet in this fashion for the last four years.

The children, ages 11, 13 and 14 are homeschooled and are said to be very intelligent. Their parents keep them active in community activities such as the local scout group, and frequented educational spots including the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley, and the public library, as reported by friends of the family.