OVERNIGHT: Wrigleyville Vandals Get Krafty

Patrolmen reported that the giant Kraft Macaroni & Cheese noodle across from Wrigley Field was “toppled and compromised” by a group of evil doers at 2:15AM. Officers have encircled the noodle with crime scene tape because it presents a delicious-looking hazard to pedestrians.

The Kraft Macaroni & Cheese noodle is seen in happier times (l); Only its concrete base remained this afternoon (r).

UPDATE 4:00PM: @uhohjoy Tweeted this pic of the giant Kraft Macaroni & Cheese noodle on the move in Wrigleyville.

…And finally…

She’s Not Too Fond Of You, Either
At 10:35PM, the 18th district alerted Town Hall officers to an incident near Fullerton and Lake Shore Drive in which a man threw a rock and spit on the driver of CTA bus #4158. The offender is described as a male, black, in his 40’s, 5’10” tall, with a tattoo on his forehead that says, “I Hate My Mom.”

UPDATE: A wonderful CWB comment provider shared some background on the “I Hate My Mom” guy.

  • In 2009, a Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen union website ran this story.
  • Earlier this year, a tattoo artist mentioned the “uniqueness” of such a tattoo in Redeye
Intrigued by our reader’s information, CWB dusted off our Google skills and found these:

Terrible font. We’re not so sure that we would have gone with that.

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