Daniel Rushing poses with the Krispy Kreme doughnut he purchased July 27, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. Weeks earlier, Rushing, 64, had just left a 7-Eleven when an Orlando police officer pulled him over. She spotted something suspicious on the floorboard - pieces of a ‘rock-like’ substance. The results of a roadside drug test: methamphetamine. She handcuffed Rushing and took him to jail. But it turned out the methamphetamine was glaze that had fallen off his doughnut.
Daniel Rushing poses with the Krispy Kreme doughnut he purchased July 27, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. Weeks earlier, Rushing, 64, had just left a 7-Eleven when an Orlando police officer pulled him over. She spotted something suspicious on the floorboard - pieces of a ‘rock-like’ substance. The results of a roadside drug test: methamphetamine. She handcuffed Rushing and took him to jail. But it turned out the methamphetamine was glaze that had fallen off his doughnut. Ricardo Ramirez Buxeda TNS
Daniel Rushing poses with the Krispy Kreme doughnut he purchased July 27, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. Weeks earlier, Rushing, 64, had just left a 7-Eleven when an Orlando police officer pulled him over. She spotted something suspicious on the floorboard - pieces of a ‘rock-like’ substance. The results of a roadside drug test: methamphetamine. She handcuffed Rushing and took him to jail. But it turned out the methamphetamine was glaze that had fallen off his doughnut. Ricardo Ramirez Buxeda TNS

Too many glazed and confused innocents are being arrested

August 04, 2016 12:56 PM