Ark. Man Accused Of Drunken Joy Ride In Stolen Bus Police in Arkansas say a drunken man stole a parked school bus and then asked a woman if she wanted to go for a ride. Police say Joseph Fannin told them he'd been kicked out of a bar and got into the bus because it was "a warm, dry place."

Ark. Man Accused Of Drunken Joy Ride In Stolen Bus

Ark. Man Accused Of Drunken Joy Ride In Stolen Bus

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Police in Arkansas say a drunken man stole a parked school bus and then asked a woman if she wanted to go for a ride. Police say Joseph Fannin told them he'd been kicked out of a bar and got into the bus because it was "a warm, dry place."

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