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A 13-year old boy in Florida was once arrested for excessive farting in school.
The first European who learned to smoke from the natives was arrested back home because people thought he was possessed by the devil.
In 2009, a man was arrested for being naked in his own house in Springfield, Virginia.
Iran arrested 14 squirrels for spying in 2007.
A British teacher in Sudan was arrested because she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear “Muhammad”.
In 2009, Nigerian Police arrested a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.
In 2011, a monkey was arrested in Pakistan for crossing the border with India.
A man robbed a bank for US$1 so he could be arrested and sent to jail for free medical health-care.
The German WW1 officer that recommended Hitler for an Iron Cross was Jewish. He was later arrested, then released by the SS once they discovered his identity.
No Egyptian president has left office without being arrested or dying, so far until 2015.
In 2011, a man was arrested in Sweden for splitting an atom in his kitchen.
A man can be arrested in Italy for wearing a skirt in public.
A man named Bud Weisser was recently arrested for trespassing at the Budweiser Brewery in St. Louis, Missouri.
Mike Tyson had been arrested 38 times by the time he turned 13.
In 1970, Bill Murray jokingly said to a fellow passenger that he had two bombs in his bag. U.S. marshals searched his luggage and found US$20,000 worth of marijuana. Murray was arrested.
An inmate filed a US$5 million lawsuit against himself. He claimed that he violated his own civil rights by getting arrested. He then asked the state to pay because he has no income in jail.
A London couple kept a man from Nigeria as their slave for 24 years before he finally escaped. They were finally arrested and sentenced to 6 years in prison in 2015.
In 2012, a Cleveland woman, arrested for a traffic infraction, was ordered to stand for 2 days holding a sign that read “Only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus.”
In 2015, a Canadian man was arrested after tying more than 100 balloons to a garden chair and flying over the city of Calgary.
Police in Chile arrested in 2009 a woman bound for Spain who was carrying suitcases made from (rather than filled with) 20 kilos (44lb) of cocaine.