I'm sure most of us are familiar with the list of things that there's a time to do, as found in the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible. They include birth, death, planting, harvesting, and so on. However, one man seems to have taken the 'time' thing a bit too literally.
A man who walked into McDonalds and tried to purchase items with a watch told officers he had authority from God to use his watch as tender.
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When they asked him for identification, the 22-year-old Crestview man said he had an ID by man’s laws, but his real names were Yahweh, Jesus and Christopher, according to his arrest report.
There's more at the link.
Two points, buddy:
- The Good Book says there's a time for everything - not a timepiece!
- 'A time to eat' isn't on the list. Sorry about that.