🧨 “Casual” Office Supplies? Maryland Dude Busted for Yoinking ‘Destructive Devices’ πŸ™€

TL;DR: Maryland’s very own Mr. Grabby Hands snatched some ‘destructive devices’ from his workplace. It’s like nicking paper clips, but wayyyy more explosive. πŸŽ‡

Once upon a time, in the not-so-magical state of Maryland, a dude thought he’d upgrade his personal stash of office supplies. Only, instead of pocketing pens or hoarding post-it notes, this guy went for the more… kaboom kinda collection. Yup, he’s been nabbed for snatching ‘destructive devices’ from his workplace. And no, we’re not talking about those irritating office printers that jam every five seconds. πŸ’₯πŸ–¨οΈ

So, what’s a β€˜destructive device’, you ask? πŸ€” It’s not the name of a cool indie band nor a description for that nagging ex who won’t stop blowing up your phone. In official terms, we’re hinting at gadgets designed for some pretty serious explosive mischief.

But hold up – why? Was he trying to launch a spectacular July 4th fireworks show? Or perhaps attempting a science experiment gone rogue? No clarity yet, but one thing’s certain: this isn’t your typical β€œmy dog ate my homework” excuse for workplace antics.

Let’s dial it back for a sec. Every workplace has that one person. You know who we’re talking about. The one who “borrows” things and doesn’t give them back? Yeah, that guy. But our Maryland man takes the trophy πŸ† in the “Oops, Did I Take That?” Olympics.

Remember those days when the most scandalous news was someone nabbing a co-worker’s sandwich from the communal fridge? πŸ₯ͺ Ah, simpler times.

Here’s a relatable moment. Imagine you’re at work, daydreaming about that last episode of your favorite show πŸ“Ί. Suddenly, Bob from HR asks if you’ve seen the missing β€˜destructive device’. You’d probably laugh it off, right? Thinking it’s just a joke, or Bob being Bob. Until, of course, you realize it’s not a joke, and Bob is deadly serious. Awkward. πŸ˜…

Disclaimer: Turnt Up News is all about giving you the 411 in the zaniest way possible, but we ain’t about giving advice or recommendations, especially when it involves explosive stuff. Stay safe, kids!

So, Marylanders (and everyone else reading this), next time you think about “borrowing” some office supplies, maybe stick to the paper clips and leave the boom-boom gadgets where they belong.

Got us thinking, though πŸ€”: What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever “borrowed” from work? And more importantly, did you ever give it back? 🀫