When Charles Swinney flipped out after he couldn't get a mani-pedi, he got nailed by police.
One of the customers at Asian Nails in Mentor, Ohio told WOIO that Swinney came into the salon last Tuesday demanding service. The salon was about to close, employees told Swinney to come back later.
"He went to every technician saying I need a pedicure -- I need a pedicure," said Dionna Logarde. "After he left me he walked to his duffel bag and started riffling through it. I didn't want to wait and see what he was going to pull out."
Inside Swinney's bag were wads of cash.. He offered handfuls of bills to anyone who would help him cross off getting his nails done from his bucket list, according to the News Herald.
Police were unsure why the spa treatment seemed urgent to 43-year-old Swinney.
"He's not dying that I know of," Mentor Police Lt. Tim Allen told Mentor Patch.
He might not be dying, but Allen said Swinney did admit to police that he downed 12 beers before going to the salon.
Swinney pled no contest to inducing panic and resisting arrest and was convicted on Wednesday. He was given a 90-day jail sentence with all but two days suspended. Swinney also got credit for the two days he already spent in the slammer, meaning he won't serve any more time behind bars.
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