The good folks at Wings Over Worcester are looking to identify two individual who stole a Little League plaque over the weekend.
That man is a digrace to turtles. He and the blonde he was with conspired to steal a plaque showing West Boylston and Lou Gehrig Little League teams wearing their Wings Over Worcester uniforms. Without local businesses sponsoring teams like this they wouldn’t be able to keep these leagues affordable for parents. Wings doesn’t get a return on their investment with this advertising, as only a handful of people actually see these teams play. They do it because they want to support and invest in the community, and the only thing they get out of it is that picture.
To make matters worse the criminal impersonated turtleboy while doing so.
I hereby disavow this man. He is no turtleboy. Nor is his girlfriend, who hid the plaque behind her back and sat on it so that no one would notice.
Then they gave themselves daps afterwards, as if this was an accomplishment worth celebrating.
We’ve all been drunk before, and sometimes you make bad decisions after a night out on Water Street. It’s not an unforgivable crime, and is easily rectified if the two come forward and return the plaque. However, that first requires identifying them, so if you know who they are feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook.
P.S. I would love to have Wings Over Worcester as an advertiser, since their food is fantasitc. I posted a picture from their on Facebook in May, and it got over 1,000 likes and comments, so I guarantee we can get them a better return on investment that Worcester Magazine or Pulse Magazine, which are both gigantic scams because no one reads either of them. Meanwhile, everyone reads Turtleboy, and when we identify these two you will see why.
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