Bingo better not be his name-o. A case in Kentucky has left a local teen with one less word in his vocabulary for the time being.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig explains:
Austin Whaley walked into a Covington, Kentucky hall and made a B-I-N-G-no-no, shouting ((Bingo!)) as a prank.
(Clark) "This delayed the game by several minutes and caused alarm to patrons."
An off-duty cop working security doesn't play along, arresting the 18-year-old, citing him with the ((Bingo!)) crime of:
(Clark) "Disorderly conduct in the second degree."
Whaley drawing Kenton County District Judge Doug Grothaus, who orders the prankster:
(Clark) "Do not say the word 'Bingo' for six months."
And the charges will be dropped, according to Deputy Court Clerk Lindsay Clark.
(Clark) "If he is caught doing what he's told not to do, they can bring these charges back up."
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.