This Week’s Selections of the Worst Humans On the Planet

Two individuals are locked away this week in a huge net benefit to our collective gene pool. One, Nicholas David Thompson, beat a kitten’s head on a wall for giggles while the other, Aaron Hunter, urinated on a three-old child because he was mad at his mother.

In California, Thompson (the one in the black teeshirt pleaded guilty to banging his roommate’s kitten’s head on the wall and then throwing it into a shower. The kitten, Gigi, was rescued by his roommate and another man. The kitten survived and now Thompson is heading to jail for roughly a year for felony animal cruelty charge. Thompson was reportedly upset that the cat urinated on his bed. For the full story, click here.

In Florida, Aaron Hunter, 29, (the one with the bandage on his chin) was arrested for urinating for urinating on a 3-year-old child after a drunken fight with the child’s mother. When the mother defended herself by punching Huner, he urinated on her child. For the full story, click here.

11 thoughts on “This Week’s Selections of the Worst Humans On the Planet”

  1. MQuinn it was years ago, but of course it is disproportionate. He attempted to murder the kitten in cold blood. The penalty for disgusting murder (successful or not) is death.

  2. *A niblet of trivia:

    Dunder is the yeast-rich foam leftovers from one batch of rum that is used to start the yeast culture of a second batch. It is the traditional yeast source in Jamaican Rum.

    *Similar in process to sour mash in Bourbon whiskey, it is a crucial step in achieving an authentic rum flavor.

    … Shots and a beer – on me!

  3. Please don’t besmirch my beloved Clark / ‘Supe’ with such disturbing metaphor. Shame on you citizen Mespo Shame on you !! 🙂

  4. Like Clark Kent and Superman, every time I read dunder, niblet is nowhere to be seen. Could it be that we have finally seen niblet’s doppleganger?

  5. I’m a lover of animals (especially dogs) and stories like these make me cringe. But I can’t help but wonder if a year in prison is disproportionate. I don’t think it is, but I’m conflicted. I’d love to hear what others think.

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