Andrew Davis: Oklahoma Juggalo Busted in Face Paint after Hit and Run
Juggalos always try to claim that they are not a bunch of losers and criminals, that they are just fun-loving people who share a love of Faygo sodas and the splatter-rap music of Insane Clown Posse and the rest of the Psychopathic Records stable.
And then they keep on doing things like what Andrew Davis is alleged to have done in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. And the trouble is, when you run someone over and drag them 100 feet, all while hollering "Woot! Woot!" and wearing crappily applied black-and-white face paint, people tend to remember you by it.
(No one's ever said they were the sharpest cleavers in the butcher's block, as this blast from Hair Balls' recent past will show you.)
The hit-and-run incident occurred around 10 p.m. Tuesday as the victim was walking in the 3800 Block of Ohio Avenue in northeast Bartlesville, a court affidavit stated.
Witnesses told police they saw a man wearing black and white face paint driving a black sedan swerve across the road where the victim was walking, striking him and dragging him down the street, all the while yelling along with a passenger in the car.
The victim, who suffered multiple abrasions across his body, was taken by ambulance to Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville.
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Davis claims that he was merely accelerating his vehicle to get away from an assailant who had punched him through his car window earlier, and indeed, it does look as if someone was not particularly down with this clown. If you look closely under that panda-looking face paint, it does appear that this Juggalo's got a shiner.
Hell, maybe Davis was a randomly selected target in someone's own Punch a Juggalo Day celebration.
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