A jarring discovery.
That’s shatteringly cute.
The Coroner declared that, seen the smoothness of the pieces, the crime occured long time ago.
Okay but where’s the hear glass?
The blood came out in quartz.
They were tired of keeping everything bottled up.
I like this one. It’s cute.
Oh I sea.
Looks like there could be multiple victims!
If that’s the ocean, the deceased might have been a-salted.
“Move along. There’s nothing to sea here.”
Looks to be a mass murder burial.
I like it! It’s a Columbo moment!
The only evidence was the beer goggles. (the victim was a long-neck redneck.)
Ah the detail. The detective, the crime scene photographer, the cop taking a witness statement, 2 other cops holding the crowd back. My comic du jour.
Looks like it was a bottle frontonomy.
That’s some strict enforcement(!) of the ‘no mosiacs allowed’ rule.
The medical Examiner is doubtful that an identity will be found as all DNA has been contaminated.
It was an opened and shut case….of shattered wine…it blew its cork and floated off into the ocean.
Reminds me of netsea .com
It is odd how beach communities try to make a “thing” out of somebody’s old, dangerous bottle dump.
Might be the remains of a washed-up movie star.
Looks like a job for Magnum PI
When I was on a scuba diving trip tp Grand Turk, I was told the worn sea glass was probably from pirates who would smash the bottles on the side of the ship after drinking the gin.
He was right. I looked, and I did see glass.
Love it! Those occupation-identifying hats (or are they bottle caps?) are priceless. Thanks for the laugh.
Doggie would like a piece of glass.
Uh, oh, they have a bottleneck going.
NCIS? Magnum PI? Hawaii 50?
September 06, 2014