Apparently it is now a crime to be weird. Since the media and anti-gun movement has created an over sensitivity to anything related to guns (including suspending children for holding pencils like guns), we are seeing more and more of these “crimes” that are little more than childish behavior.
A Texas man, Darrell Reynolds, 54, was arrested for disorderly conduct after entering a movie theater playing “World War Z” and making hand gestures like a gun while shooting the screen. Some heard him making “choo choo choo” sounds as he pretended to use his hand to shoot towards the screen and then turned around to pretend to shoot members of the audience as well.
According to KBTX,
“It was an extremely packed theatre. There were people on all sides and it was already uncomfortable,” said Caroline Morales who went to the movies with her husband, Robert, Friday night. “It was dark and nobody could really tell especially if you were in the back and you just see a guy going ‘choo choo choo,’” said Caroline. “The rumor quickly spread that it was a gun and everyone is rushing to the exit quickly. We couldn’t have got out if we wanted to.”
Reynold was arrested for disorderly conduct in the lobby of theater building.
According to Chron.com,
According to McKethan, Reynolds had just exited a showing of the Sandra Bullock film The Heat when he entered the theater where World War Z was showing. Bryan police records show Reynolds has been arrested for public intoxication twice since April in Bryan, including one arrest as recent as June 29.