A teenage boy was taken into custody and suspended from school for creating a clock, which police and school officials allegedly thought was a bomb (video below).
Ahmed showed the circuit-stuffed pencil case to his engineering teacher and didn’t get the reaction he was hoping for. The principal and a police officer pulled Ahmed out of sixth period and the teacher kept the clock. Police spokesman James McLellan said Ahmed never claimed his invention was anything but a clock. Ahmed was taken out of school that afternoon with his hands cuffed behind his back and an officer on each arm.

Crazy Ray, and check out Crazy Ray on Wikipedia, Youtube, Google News, Google Books, and Twitter on Digplanet. Crazy Ray (real name: Wilford Jones) (January 22, 1931 a€“ March 17, 2007) was the unofficial mascot of the Dallas Cowboys. He started selling pennants at games in 1962 and quickly endeared himself to the Cowboys fans with his western outfits, magic tricks, trademark whistle, and galloping along with a hobby horse. He was never officially employed by the Cowboys, but was given a Special Parking Pass and All-access for home games. They searched his belongings, questioned his intentions, and threatened to expel him if he didn’t make a written statement, according to Ahmed.

He was taken to a juvenile detention center, where his parents picked him up after he took mugshots and fingerprints. He was also known as the "Whistling Vendor" at Dallas Tornado soccer games, Texas Rangers baseball games, and at the Dallas Black Hawks minor-league professional ice hockey team at State Fair Coliseum.

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