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'Your Mom's House': Alabama Man Gets Tasered at Nashville Airport by Fed Up Cops

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An Alabama man on his way to Tampa via an Allegiant Airlines flight was blasted with a Taser Thursday after threatening a passenger and an airline employee, Nashville police say. According to the complaint filed, Lucas Cutler, 44, is charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public intox. (www.outkick.com) Más...

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emkostiuk
Ed Kostiuk 23
As a former Reserve Cop I never had to "blast" anyone with a Taser.........please, please, please, explain to me how one is blasted. I believe the only one "sauced up" was the author of this article.
Artie7998
Artie7998 3
Maybe author is a Trekkie?
Taser / Phaser - same thing, right?
;)
Bokhans
Hans Björkman 10
When I travel I want to go from A to B as quick as possible, these guys always want to do it the hard way and add so many more points on their way and so many more hours and extra tickets. WTF
Rosomak
Rosomak 27
Usually the best stories start with, “A Florida Man” but this one is still pretty good
frequentflyguy
frequentflyguy 4
That's because most "Florida Men" are from someplace else. No one is born here. :D
ewrcap
David Beattie 4
Maybe not born there but they learn quickly.
ewrcap
David Beattie 1
PS. State of FL reported 209,000 live births in 2020.
frequentflyguy
frequentflyguy 2
They were with child moving here LOL
rwoollams
Richard Woollams 18
Another argument for a "no fly" list for these clowns.
jayestes
Jay Estes 6
good example of some exceptionally bad high school "reporting". I can't believe the stuff some of these web-sites put out these days. It would be better to site more professional sources than this.
pecosllama
Pecos Llama 9
Don't tase me, bro! Don't tase me!
xtoler
Larry Toler 1
avionik99
avionik99 14
Seems like every day there is another story somewhere that defends making all airports/aircraft Alcohol free zones!
kiwipop
Geoff Arkley 3
Totally agree. I have never in my life felt the need for alcohol as I pass through an airport. I enjoy a drink like most folks. But, at an airport????
Artie7998
Artie7998 3
I've never drank at an airport either, but I always assumed a lot of people were self-medicating their flight phobias. And the remainder were alcoholics who drank wherever they went. Again, just an assumption. I didn't ask. After all, who wants to start up a conversation with a drunk at an airport? ;)
N107Sugar
Rick Hardman 4
The good people of Tampa thank the airport police for keeping this jerk out of their beautiful city.
JonnyKwest
JonnyKwest 3
For once it isn’t the “Florida Man”!
briansfreeman
Brian Freeman 9
99% of all police use of force incidents would be avoided if people simply OBEYED officers' direction. Why is this simple concept so difficult for human beings to understand??
linbb
linbb 5
Blasts? Really guess you are quite the reporter. And airplanes are Piper Cubs in your world. How would a taser blast someone???????
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 6
I don't think Cal wrote the article......
saso792
saso792 7
TASER nomenclature calls the two pieces of plastic on the front of the cartridge, "Blast Doors". Maybe that is where the term came from or maybe it was a bit of News Hype. When the TASER is activated with a trigger pull, the probes knock the blast doors off and out of the way when launched.
21voyageur
Dan Chiasson 2
Once again grandiose word baiting. Amature reporting and editing.
Lib4ever
Amateur
21voyageur
Dan Chiasson 1
Indeed - amateur. May I burn in hell for 2.5 hours as punishment for my transgression.
ewrcap
David Beattie 4
Grew up Catholic eh?
villagelawn205
Mr. Beattie, I’m a recovering Catholic!
Lib4ever
It would behoove you, Mr. Chiasson, if you intend to take someone two task over their use of language at least to spell the words correctly. A snarky riposte does not an excuse make.
Lib4ever
And damned if I didn't do the same thing. Thanks speech-to-text algorithm. 😝
WhiteKnight77
WhiteKnight77 5
The more we move forward technically, the more we move backward.
cparks
cparks 1
Funniest story I’ve heard today!
dalehill800
Dale Hill 1
It’s more like a pop than a blast. Maybe a desk-pop. LOL!
tsilver473
I newer DRINK at airport, who can afford those sick prices?
usamerica2021
Z C 0
There is NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AT THE AIRPORTS.
kerimparrot
Mike Williams -4
This is 1 way the law enforcement people get their people. At least the 4 cops did not knee the neck this time.
ewrcap
David Beattie 8
I worked for airlines for forty years. I was damned happy to have the police or Air Marshals on my side. Not all officers are angels neither are all pilots, doctors or bankers or protesters. I know of a few pilots who showed up for work drunk. Doesn’t make all pilots alcoholic.

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