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A craving for a $5.35 order of McNuggets and fries led police to Facebook killer Steve Stephens

last weekNews : USAToday: News

The cashier at the ordering window recognized him and dialed 911. At the next window, the restaurant owner and a supervisor tried stalling him by telling him his fries were delayed. He sped away.        

McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect

last weekNews : Trending Now

Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens was undone by a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and an order of fries.

McDonald's Staff Holds Fries to Stall 'Facebook Killer'

Employees at a Pennsylvania McDonald's were instrumental in helping police locate the "Facebook Killer," WOIO reports. Steve Stephens pulled into the McDonald's drive-thru in Erie on Tuesday morning, ordering a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and fries. While the man—wanted on suspicion of killing an elderly man on Facebook Live —"acted...

Facebook Killer Knew McDonald’s Staff Was On To Him – Bolts Without His Fries? [Opinion]

The entire nation was looking for the Facebook killer when Steve Stephens pulled into a McDonald’s drive-thru near Erie, Pennsylvania. A hankering for 20 Chicken McNuggets and a side of fries would ultimately lead to the demise of the...Show More Summary

Police tracked down the 'Facebook killer' after McDonald's employees held up his French fry order

The "Facebook killer" may have been taken down by a group of McDonald's employees in the town of Erie, Pennsylvania. Steve Stephens gained the notorious pseudonym after he posted a video of himself shooting and killing a man on Facebook...Show More Summary

McDonald's Workers Held Facebook Killer's Fries so Cops Could Catch Him

Facebook killer Steve Stephens was undone by McDonald's employees who ID'd him and made him wait a little extra time for his order so the cops could come and catch him. Stephens went through the drive-thru at the McDonald's on Buffalo Road in Erie,…

Facebook murder suspect’s last words: ‘I need my McNuggets!’

last weekNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

He died craving McNuggets. Facebook killer Steve Stephens stopped at a McDonalds to order McNuggets and fries moments before blowing himself away, according to media reports. A worker recognized the killer as he sat in his Ford Fusion to pay for his meal. By the time he pulled up to the pickup window, employees were...

Stephen A. Smith’s rant about Phil Jackson on Monday belongs in the Stephen A. Smith Hall of Fame

ESPN host Stephen A. Smith has given us many incredible rants over the years, and you can quibble over which is the best (I’m partial to this one). But any conversation from here on about Stephen A.’s top vocal-chord frying meltdown must...Show More Summary

Stephen Fry says husband is an ‘expert’ at monitoring his mental health

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

"I find it very very difficult to look at myself," the actor says.

Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Steel in the Wheels'

Booth, Brennan and Aubrey went undercover at a demolition derby to solve the case in Bones' "The Steel in the Wheels." Also, Stephen Fry returned as Dr. Gordon Wyatt to help with Zack's case. Here are the best quotes from "The Steel in the Wheels."

Stephen Fry on the Joys of Swearing.

Everybody likes Stephen Fry, right? Well, I do (see this 2008 post), and thanks to Bathrobe I can now favor you with a brief (two and a half minutes) video clip of him on one of my favorite subjects: “It would be impossible to go through life without swearing and without enjoying swearing.” Enjoy!

Listen to Stephen Fry and Watchmen's Dave Gibbons Discuss the Art of Sound on Comic Books

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Vworp. Kapow. Biff, bang, pow! The onomatopoeic words we’ve seen splayed out across comic pages over the years are some of the most important parts (and iconic) of the medium. But how do artists and writers actually come up with the words? For legendary Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons, there’s a lot of fun involved. Read more...

Burberry is being dragged for this very awkward Twitter mix-up

LONDON — British fashion house Burberry has come under fire after they they captioned a photo from the BAFTAs with the wrong actor's name on Twitter. SEE ALSO: Stephen Fry shuts down Donald Trump with the most British insult ever OnShow More Summary

Stephen Fry shuts down Donald Trump with the most British insult ever

LONDON — It wouldn't be an awards show without at least one Donald Trump burn. Luckily, during the 2017 BAFTAs on Sunday, host Stephen Fry was on hand to deliver. SEE ALSO: Lin-Manuel Miranda and J.K. Rowling bless the world with anShow More Summary

Stephen Fry Delivers A Meryl Streep-Loving Trump Slam At BAFTAs

That deserved a kiss. Host Stephen Fry on Sunday spiced up the BAFTAS in London with a line that both praised Meryl Streep and dissed President Donald Trump. Introducing the actress in the audience at Royal Albert Hall, Fry said, “and...Show More Summary

‘La La Land,’ ‘I, Daniel Blake’ Win 2017 British Academy Film Awards

The British Academy Film Awards, London’s equivalent of the Academy Awards, celebrated and spread the love among many of the year’s buzziest films Feb. 12. The 70th annual BAFTAs ceremony, hosted by Stephen Fry at the Royal Albert Hall,...Show More Summary

BAFTA Awards Winners List (LIVE)

The 70th BAFTA Awards for film are underway at London’s Royal Albert Hall, with Stephen Fry hosting the ceremony that is airing live in the UK (BBC America will air it delayed in the U.S. at 8 PM tonight). As with the Oscars, Lionsgate’s...Show More Summary

BAFTAs 2017 - Watch Red Carpet Live Stream Video!

The red carpet will kick off soon for the 2017 British Academy Film Awards and we have the live stream video available for you right here! One again hosted by Stephen Fry, the event will honor the best in film over the past year. In case you missed them, check out the full list of [...]

J.K. Rowling, The Rock, Stephen Fry share memories of John Hurt

Stars took to Twitter to remember the star of 'Elephant Man' and 'Jackie.'        

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