Charing Fellony: The World’s Most Unfortunate Name For A Criminal Defendant


“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet.”
Juliet’s famous line seemed to have a more poignant meaning this week with the arrest of Fellony Silas, 30, for . . . you guessed it . . . a felony battery at a bar.

Fellony allegedly attacked a woman with a glass after the woman bumped her while dancing.

At least her parents could have cut her a break and named her Misdemeana Silas or Nolo Contendere Silas.

Source: WHPTV as first seen on Reddit.

26 thoughts on “Charing Fellony: The World’s Most Unfortunate Name For A Criminal Defendant”

  1. About the Ultra, occur as a?En Londres La, set the simplest.Help to get, them in it.Whole I think other, This industry has combined with adsense.The spreadsheet, could relate to:.,

  2. Louis XVI “Ah, the Count Da Money!”

    Count: “Count de Monét, ”
    ~+~
    Count: “Don’t get saucy with me Bearnaise.”

  3. Forty years ago a friend of mine worked for family services in Illinois, He told a story and when we were in disbelief he brought home the birth certificates to prove it. He was an original birther. In any event, this lady had twins and she had named the kids Daisy and Delores but thought that the hospital had thrown in middle names and so she was opting for the nicknames or middle names and calling them Gonnora and Syfeyelis. That was roughly her pronunciation but the spelling was right on the money for the two diseases the kids were born with,

Comments are closed.