Well, my hat is off to newsman Paul Magers, who kicks off this video with the exact same thought that I had upon reading the story:
“What kind of mushrooms did they eat?”
Ava Farley says she and her grandson were just sitting down, having a relaxing meal at the (currently unidentified) pizza shop over the weekend, when Clintay (Ava’s 10-year-old grandson) “started cussing, going off, talking crazy, and ran out the door butt naked.” Yikes!
It was only after being rushed to the LA County/USC Medical Center that blood tests turned up marijuana…and Farley says she’s convinced the ‘shrooms were laced.
Restaurant owner Eduardo Selbereo is denying the accusation, but it looks like the Farley family may be filing a lawsuit over the whole affair.
Whatever happened, it was certainly a mistake in LA…but something tells me this pizza would be in high demand over in Colorado. Now, it’s your turn to boot the gong and puff some comments my way. Spark ’em up below.
"Outstanding. . . . Jason Mattera has courage that I wish other reporters had."
"Mattera names names—and frauds, schemes and grifters to boot."
"Crapitalism blows the lid off crony capitalism."
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