Boy Scout Leader Jailed for Bullet in Fanny Pack

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Date: July 20th, 2011

Category: Nutty News

darrell-lappNutty News Liberty, Missouri – A Missouri man is home after spending four days in a jail in the Bahamas because airport security found a bullet in his fanny pack. Forty-eight-year-old Darrell Lapp returned to Liberty after a scuba diving trip with a Boy Scout troop. His ordeal began last when airport security in Freeport, Bahamas found a .32-caliber bullet inside his fanny pack. He was charged with possessing ammunition and sent to a jail in Nassau. Lapp says he thinks he left the bullet in his pack after a hunting trip.  More   True Crime Today    Nutty News Today   Nutty News for iPhone   Nutty News for Android Phones   Nutty Videos   Nutty News Facebook Fan Page   Nutty News on Twitter   Nutty Videos on Twitter   Register A Website Address – Choose A Hosting Package – Easy Do-It-Yourself Websites - HostWink.com  Nutty News Marketplace

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7 Responses to “Boy Scout Leader Jailed for Bullet in Fanny Pack”

  1. Hunter Says:

    I can see how a .32 caliber bullet could be overlooked.

  2. Big Jim Says:

    That’s what you get for wearing a fannie pack, you wuss.

  3. Lunar™ Says:

    Fanny packs that have ammo in them immediately removes the wuss tag.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    It was a .32. He still gets the wuss tag.

  5. Lunar™ Says:

    Even a .22 will kill you, tag remains off.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Ill still keep it on. Now you wanna talk .9 to .45 or so, then I’ll take it off.

  7. Lunar™ Says:

    Lol ok fair enough, he should invest in a bigger gun + you never know what are in those things without getting too close. Best to just stay away from anyone that wears one (due to the wuss factor).

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