How not to end your night on Cheshire Bridge Road

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imageWhen you’re planning your weekend, keep this in mind: Atlanta cabbies seldom look favorably on smoking weed in their taxis. Even if you’re on Cheshire Bridge Road. The Loaf's Blotter Diva takes it from here:

At around 2 a.m., a taxicab driver said he picked up a skinny guy and his companion, and started driving to their apartment on Cheshire Bridge Road. En route, the skinny guy asked if he could smoke weed in the cab. No way, said the taxi driver, but Slim wouldn't let it go. When they arrived at the apartment complex, the man hopped out, grabbed a fire extinguisher and sprayed it all over the taxicab driver's face. He was long gone by the time police showed up.
How a fire extinguisher suddenly appears still puzzles us. But the skinny guy’s evening could have ended worse than the ganja rejection. Just ask the gay who’s Internet booty call ended at the Cheshire Motor Inn.


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