On Sunday morning, a 22-year-old man in Massachusetts attacked another man . . . with SAUSAGES. He went up to the guy and just started pounding him with sausages. Once that beating was done, he attacked with a wrench . . . then stole the guy’s ring and bicycle. Police tracked him down quickly and arrested him.
On Sunday morning, 22-year-old Michael Baker of Holbrook, Massachusetts attacked and robbed a man on a bike. His weapon of choice? SAUSAGES. Around 8:00 A.M., the man says Michael came up to him and started swinging sausage links at him. And he just kept pounding the guy with sausage. Once the sausage beating was done, Michael switched to attacking the guy with a WRENCH. Then he stole a silver chain, a ring, and the bike. Luckily, police were able to track him down. He’s been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon . . . the wrench, not the sausages. He’s also been charged with armed robbery, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, and receiving stolen property. They also found out he’d stolen the sausages from a sausage stand at a local fairgrounds.