Evidently a man has been arrested in Batavia, New York, for the crime of getting too close to his bride on their wedding day. "Say What?", you might ask. Isn't one purpose of getting married precisely to get close to one's bride in a legal and moral way?
Well, apparently the groom (got good and drunk and?) quarreled with a guest, and when police were called, they realized that not only did they have a disorderly groom, but also a man whose now-wife had a protective order against him. So disregarding the fact that the man's wife obviously wanted to be near him (why else would she say "I do"?), they arrested the man for violating the protective order.
Yet another reason why one might not want to have an upper limit for intelligence among officers, I dare suggest. Or, in the case where federal law might have required this kind of insanity, maybe we ought to have a minimum intelligence requirement for Congressmen.
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