This story comes out of Connecticut and offers one more reason never to
venture to the Nutmeg State. As if we needed one.
Rachael Marinaccio, 29, of Trumbull, Connecticut, was charged with
first-degree criminal mischief, a felony, for strategically hiding seafood
parts in the home and vehicle of an ex-boyfriend in one of the smelliest
goodbyes ever concocted.
Police said the ex-boyfriend woke up one morning to a five-page breakup
letter, which made him a tad uneasy because Marinaccio once told him she
stashed sardines in another ex-boyfriend’s vehicle air conditioning system
Later, the man found a lobster tail glued to the wall behind his
refrigerator. A later police search of his home found more lobster tails
hidden about the house, as well as one under the rear carpet of his truck.
They met online. We’re totally shocked.
As always, no fish were harmed in the making of this column.
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