Sunday, April 6, 2008

Wandering Eye Found Two Miles from Home At Shopping Mall

Knoxville, TN- Among the latest trends and bustling shoppers Eric Kotes noticed something out of the ordinary last weekend.

“I was trying to buy some jeans, and I saw this eye, it looked all confused and lost,” said Eric. “So I just went over to it and I was like, ‘are you lost?’ It was hysterical, it couldn’t even look at me, I’m pretty sure it was paying attention, but the whole time it was looking way out over my left shoulder.”

Kotes brought the eye to mall security. They hadn’t had any reports of a lost eye. Security followed mall protocol and called the local police. The local police department was able to shed some light on the situation.

“Oh, I know that crazy eye,” claimed police Chief Weathers. “That’s Jake Coleman’s eye. You don’t forget an eye like that. I’ve been a police officer in this town for a long while, and Jake’s eye has been all over the place the whole time.”

The police returned the eye to Mr. Coleman later that day.

“Wandering eye? What do you mean?” Coleman seemed oddly defensive about the subject. “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”


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