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Two Florida Women Were Arrested for Throwing Glitter at a Man During an Argument!

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S J - January 12, 2022

Two Florida women, 27-year-old Kaitlin O’Donovan and 29-year-old Sarah Franks, are facing felony charges after an argument with a man ended with containers of glitter being thrown.

The two women went to a man's apartment in the early morning hours on Monday and started arguing with outside.  At some point the women started throwing containers of glitter at him.

They then followed him into his apartment and continued to throw glitter at him.

From WFLA:

Both women threw a container of glitter at the victim during the argument, according to Clearwater police. The arrest affidavits stated that the man was hit in the head and torso.

Officers said Franks then climbed over the balcony fence, went into the man’s apartment and threw more containers of glitter at him. She then unlocked the front door to let O’Donovan inside as well, the affidavit said.

Once she was inside the apartment, police said O’Donovan also threw more containers of glitter at the man.

Age is just a number in Florida.  These two are quickly approaching thirty and they're still doing crazy shit like throwing containers of glitter at people in the middle of the night.

Who knows, the guy could have deserved to have the glitter thrown at him.  We don't know what the argument was about.  At nearly thirty though you wait for daylight to pull these kinds of stunts.

 

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