Houston, TX – It can be hard to find a new way to advertise a product. Over the last decade or so, some unique methods have been introduced to the industry. Some of these include flash mobs, sign spinners, and the extremely entertaining wacky waving inflatable arm falling tube man. If you’ve passed a car dealership recently, then you’ve definitely seen these extremely distracting, yet useful forms of advertising.
We all know that the job market is hard these days and a lot of people are forced to take jobs that they are far above. This is especially true with people who work as wacky waving inflatable arm flailing men. The job as a wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man is extremely draining. Wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men work long hours in extremely hot weather and are exhausted before their days even end. They work weekends as well and just aren’t paid the way they should be for the work they’re doing. People always wonder how they always have the energy they do to wave their inflatable arms, but we think we now know.
Harold Brown, a wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man, who lives in Houston, was just arrested last night with a baggie full of MDMA. The forty-year-old Wisconsin native was arrested yesterday at a BMW dealership where he was working. Once the arresting officer got to the dealership, he noticed that Brown was covered in sweat and had dilated eyes. Officer Mark Richards asked Brown to hand over the bag and it was then he noticed how unstable he was.
“It was bad,” Richards recalled. “You can tell he was on something. And after further investigation, I could tell that it was a lot of things.” Richards called backup and checked the car, in which he found millions of dollars in MDMA. “I had seen some of the drugs he had before,” Richards told us. “But there were drugs in there that I still don’t even know how to pronounce.” The policeman and his backup found thousands of ecstasy and molly pills, along with other forms of MDMA like sassafras and a new stand called ‘Shantzy’ otherwise known as ‘DancyDonalds.’
It turns out that Brown was taking MDMA to give himself the high-energy, crayed poise that dealerships look for in their employees.. “I don’t know how I got this deep into it,” Brown remembered. “The job was so draining from the start. It was shortly after that I was doing MDMA so I could keep up my work and not get fired.”. His bail is posted at 2.5 million and his hearing will start in early July.