If there's a lesson we can glean here, it's that if your artwork can be mistaken for the manifesto of a ranting lunatic and if somebody has already abandoned it in a "free stuff" booth after a few weeks, it's time to give watercolors a whirl. That, or you're definitely the next Damien Hirst. There's no middle ground.
A teenager was recently arrested after he excitedly tweeted some Pink lyrics at the singer's concert in Melbourne. Mega-enthralled to see the least exciting musical performer since the Counting Crows, this fan posted to his Twitter account, "@Pink I'm ready with my Bomb. Time to blow up #RodLaverArena. Bitch." The authorities proceeded to confront the boy at the concert, whisk him off to the police station, and charge him with being a public nuisance.
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Which is really a charge Pink should have to face any time she has a concert.
It turns out the teen was misquoting the Pink song "Timebomb," which mentions nothing about detonating a stadium named after a 74-year-old Australian tennis player. However, the police were unaware of this, as A) "Timebomb" was never released as a single and B) the cops likely gave up on the singer a decade earlier, after hearing the aural diarrhea that was "Just Like a Pill." At the end of the day, the arrest was the least embarrassing part -- this poor rascal now has to contend with the sinister fact that his friends know he's a Pink fan.