Monday, May 17, 2010

Calorie Killer Plot

Any foodies out there remember the "Calorie Commando"?

Police: Former Food Network Host Plotted Murder

Juan-Carlos Cruz of "Calorie Commando" was arrested for trying to hire a homeless man to kill his wife.

Now that's a juicy bit of news.

Dude, you ever hear of divorce?


Brooke said...

Gawd. I guess he didn't want to pay alimony?

What scum. His own WIFE'S LIFE is worth $1,000?

Teresa said...

What a despicable human being. He'd rather commit a crime than be forced to pay alimony. What nonsense! The man definitely needs psychiatric help and deserves to be locked up in jail.

Z said...

As I said at my place, I hope he gets his JUST DESSERTS!

cube said...

Brooke: Scum is right. I guess when he lost all that weight, part of his brain went with it.

Jan said...

What a world. You can't even trust the homeless not to rat you out.

Chuck said...

He tried to hire a homeless guy?

Not only is he a dirtbag, he's a moron

WomanHonorThyself said...

now I've heard it all ! HAPPY MONDAY my friend!

Ananda girl said...

I caught that on the news and wondered how anyone could be so stupid!

Hahaha... my comment word is "feedi" how apt! Calorie Commando indeed.

cube said...

Teresa: Some of these people don't realize that it's only money.

Z: lol. His refined palate is not going to be tasting much interesting food for a while.

Jan: I'm glad they didn't go through will this fool's plan.

Chuck: Yeah and a phony too, always pretending to be so nice.

Woman Honor Thyself: Careful. Whenever I think I've seen it all, something even more awful comes along.

Ananda Girl: feedi is funny. So would dropisopey ;-)

birdwoman said...

guess that's one way to break a pre-nup. Or not.

why do people automatically think homeless people have no qualms about hurting others? If they were criminals, they'd be in jail, not on the street. Jeez.


cube said...

Birdwoman: I'm not making any excuses for this caloric-cutting scumbag, but I think people think of the homeless as being so desperate for money that they unfairly assume the worst about their ethics.