Be careful what you sing about -- it may not come true.
Police in Port St. Lucie, Fla. said that Kirk John Tinney, 35, stood in the middle of the street on Nov. 2 at 10:45 p.m. yelling, "F-ck the police," "F-ck those crackers," along with other offensive words and racial slurs, according to his arrest affidavit obtained by TCPalm.
The affidavit stated Tinney yelled so loudly that lights came on in nearby houses. Officers said when they asked Tinney to go inside his house, he complied. However, he then opened the windows and began playing loud music while singing, "I ain't going back to jail," according to the police report.
Officers asked him to come outside. He refused, but lowered his music when he received an unrelated phone call, and police left.
A few hours later, officers received a complaint about loud music at Tinney's residence again. They returned to the scene and said they found the suspect once again blaring music and shouting obscenities.
He was arrested on charges of disorderly intoxication and breach of the peace.
Tinney isn't the only one whose music has gotten him in trouble. In October, a Florida man allegedly got hit in the face with a plate by his boyfriend, who was irritated by the man playing too much Alanis Morissette.
Last January, a California man allegedly shot his son for singing a Kenny Chesney song.