Does something about summer time mean an increase of testosterone?
Two Port Washington males were both cited in June after letting their manhood shine — that is, revving their engines, and drawing attention.
The first citation happened at 12:05 a.m. Thursday after a 34-year-old Port man was revving his engine and accelerating rapidly in the 100 block of East Grand Avenue. Police responded and cited him for disorderly conduct.
At 11:18 p.m. Saturday, an early-bloomer landed himself a citation for curfew after police pulled over the 16-year-old Port man for revving his engine.
Boys will be boys.
More from the reports:
- Kids will be kids: Port Washington police responded to a call of three subjects throwing objects at vehicles driving by in the area of Wisconsin and Monroe streets. They were warned for disorderly conduct.
- Something sticky? In the old days, they used toilet paper; now, it's syrup and saran wrap. Police responded to a call from a Port resident in the 1300 block of Sunset Road at 7:58 a.m. Thursday who was reporting his car having been covered in the sugary syrup and wrapped with saran. A few days earlier, in the 700 block of North Wisconsin Street, a Port woman reported an unknown substance splattered all over her vehicle while parked next to her garage. Syrup?