Worcester Courthouse Records Legend Parades Through Webster Square In Birthday Suit In Front Of School Buses Full Of Children At Dismissal Time
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Just your average Monday afternoon in Webster Square, featuring a local ratchet who thought it would be a good idea to enjoy this beautiful weather by parading through town in the flesh:
Oh, and the best part is, he did it right when the five or six schools within a 1 or 2 mile radius (Gates Lane, Heard Street, Columbus Park, South High, Sullivan Middle) were releasing their students. So naturally buses full of children were greeted by a wall of Webster Square ass cheeks on their way home:
Things will never be the same for those poor children.
Let me “ass” you all a question. Where would you go if you were buck naked and wandering aimlessly around Worcester in broad daylight?
That’s right, the answer is “Golden Pizza.” Because….Worcester Bling Bling and Moe’s at least require underpants in order to be served.
Anyway, our sources tell us that this guy’s name is Anthony Clarke. And shockingly he’s already well known to police. In 2010 he was arrested for armed robbery and 2 counts of armed assault to rob. He was charged as being present during the robbery and assisting in the getaway. Then in 2012 he was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct, common law affray, and assault and battery on a police officer. And just last year he was arrested and charged with larceny over $250, conspiracy, and unlawful possession of theft detection shielding device.
So yea, another productive day in the life of a Worcester mover and shaker. There’s never a dull moment living in this city folks. I feel bad for anyone who didn’t grow up and have incidents like this become normalized.
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