Chicago Shut Down State Street Because Of Rogue Pasta
Fortunately, no one was hurt and the pasta was reunited with its owner (maybe.)
TheCut - CBS Chicago reports that police shut down both a local street and the subway line that runs under that street around noon on Tuesday after spotting a “suspicious device.” Upon examining it closer, they realized the object was “a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli fastened to wheels, that looked similar to skateboard or roller skate wheels.” The person responsible for the project is reportedly a DePaul student who was detained for questioning.
This happened right in the heart of the Loop, not too far from The Chicago Theater.
This is obviously pretty funny. There are next to no details other than what was in that little blurb.
I have so many questions. What was the purpose? How long was State closed down? Are they still making fun of the officer that ordered the shut down? Was this a science project? What happened to the can?
My only regret is that no one shot a gun at the can. We could have had a lot of fun with that one.