Originally Posted by loochy
My issue is with it being called a weapon. It's not a weapon. It was an idiotic thing to do, but at worst it was negligent and dangerous behavior, not malicious behavior.
That may be. Then again, we don't really know what it was. The police had to provide a reason. It's up to the justice system to actually pursue charges. The article doesn't say if they have decided on formal charges. It doesn't say anything, really.