New Port Richey resident Jason Stoll had obtained a permit to close a street and sell hot dogs. When the permit expired at midnight, Stoll still had a few more dogs to sell, so he kept going. He hadn't got that "Hustle Eat Sleep Repeat" tattoo for nothing.
However, police officers were ready to open the road back up to normal traffic. They let Stoll know that it was time to pack up and go home, but Stoll was still hustling. When the officers insisted, Stoll threw a hotdog at them, striking one of the officer's uniform.
The police officers arrested Stoll and actually mustard up the courage to charge him with battery with a hotdog.
I'm sure Stoll will face a good grilling in the court hearing later, where he could face a minimum of three years if convicted.
It's a good thing Stoll didn't run, or the cops would have had to play ketchup, and the conviction could have been even longer, but still, serving time for hitting a cop with a hotdog would be the wurst.
Can I be frank with you all? I'm absolutely relishing the absurdity of this story.
Thanks for the laughs Florida man!
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