Topic: "Is it in the Water?"
Remember the "Runaway Bride?" Well, now Atlanta is blessed with the "Chasity (sp) Belt." Frodo was amused to learn that a Clark Atlanta University Co-Ed named Chasity Lewis, reported missing on June 26th, turned up, surprisingly enough, in the Atlanta City Jail. The errant scholar it seems had been arrested for disturbing the peace, and had refused to identify herself to arresting officers. She was being held as "Jane Doe."
According to police reports, neighbors had complained that Chasity was walking back and forth along the street screaming and yelling. "Neighbors" is a relative term since the arrest took place six miles from her residence. Six days later her Mother, a resident of San Francisco, filed a "Missing Persons" Report with authorities in Atlanta. A search of her home yielded evidence that she had not planned to be absent from the location for any length of time, but there was no indication of her whereabouts. Eventually, someone (not identified) noticed a similarity between "Jane Doe" and TV newcast photos of the missing student of higher learning.
Chasity's relieved Mother identified her daughter on the telephone and promptly flew to Atlanta to be reunited and to find out what had happened. Unfortunately Mom had to leave the next day because she is a juror in an ongoing trial in San Francisco. She did, however, indicate that she plans to return to Atlanta as soon as possible.
Now grab your socks, because here comes the kicker. At this moment there are 43 other individuals in the Atlanta City Jail identified only as "Jane Doe?"
You can't make up stuff like this.