'Twins fan' caught with stolen car
Having a broad knowledge off all baseball teams can potentially keep you out of jail.
According to the Chippewa Herald, an 17-year-old from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin was approached in his 1991 Ford Mustang by local police - as the vehicle in question was registered to a woman from Lake Elmo, Minnesota. The 17-year-old provided the cops with a false name and told them that the car belonged to his girlfriend's aunt "or something".
Then his story unraveled due to his baseball allegiance:
Moral of the story? Try to learn something about every franchise to help maintain your alibi.
Noticing that the man was wearing a Twins shirt but had an Indianís key lanyard, Jacobson [the police officer] questioned him about both sports teams. Despite claiming to follow both teams, he did not appear to know much about the Indians.