How weird is the place? Over there around Clearwater Florida, an air quality guy paid a visit to a couple of guys who were cooking outdoors on their barbecue. The reason? There's a rule requiring grillers to confine the odor to their own property: "I'm standing here and I can smell what you're cooking, and that's fine. But if I can smell from the street, that's a violation." The county guy suggested that they move their grill from place to place in accordance with prevailing breezes to avoid becoming barbecue outlaws.
Speaking of outlaws, police in Pinellas County became a bit suspicious when they encountered a 57 year-old guy who was cleaning his motorcycle in a neighbor's driveway, apparently unbothered by the fact that his own house was on fire at the time.
Gregory Gallagher was in a neighbor's driveway when authorities responded to a suspicious fire at 5310 97th Terrace around 7:56 a.m. He was cleaning the motorcycle and acting erratically and indifferent to the fact that his house was on fire, authorities said.
You bet they charged him with arson.