Yes this is a guy.
Studly was charged with possession of a firearm in a correctional facility after he told a guard in his Jail about the unloaded 9mm pistol. The Houston Chronicle reported genius was originally arrested on charges of selling illegal copies of compact discs.
YES, the 500-pound man was searched during his arrest and again at a city jail and the county jail, but officers never found the weapon in his rolls of skin.
Attention Billy Mays Fans….
An autopsy report issued Friday by Hillsborough County, Florida, cites cocaine as a contributing factor in the death of TV pitchman Billy Mays, who died in June at age 50.
The Hillsborough County medical examiner’s office said cocaine use contributed to Billy Mays’ heart disease.
“Mays died from a lethal arrhythmia of the heart caused by hypertensive and arteriosclerotic heart disease,” the county said in a statement attributed to Dr. Leszek Chrostowski, the associate medical examiner who conducted the autopsy.
“He further concluded that cocaine use caused or contributed to the development of his heart disease, and therefore contributed to his death,” it added.
The fact that toxicology tests detected only breakdown products of cocaine, not the drug itself, led Chrostowski to conclude that Mays had used cocaine “in the few days prior to death but not immediately prior to death.”
Deceased pitchman Billy Mays’ wife took strong exception to the reports of alleged drug use that may have contributed to his death.