This disastrous first date ended with a drunk women getting arrested for a felony
Unless you're incredibly lucky, first dates tend not to be enjoyable experiences. Far from being the dimly lit romantic encounters that always lead to more, in the majority of cases you're only going to be reminded just how many people there are out there that you don't click with. However, we live to tell the tale, and they certainly make for some very amusing stories to tell your friends over drinks... once you've gotten past the trauma, that is.
But however bad your first date experiences have been, they probably can't rival this one. On Saturday, a woman was charged with felony criminal mischief after she drunkenly destroyed $300,000 worth of art, including two Andy Warhol paintings. And yes, this all took place on the very first date.
A high-profile Texas attorney has claimed that a woman destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of art in his home, including two original Andy Warhol's, after a first date went awry.
The attorney, Anthony Buzzbee was on a date with 29-year-old Dallas court reporter, Lindy Lou Layman when he invited her back to his $14 million mansion. He states that the date quickly went downhill after she decided to play hide-and-seek in the mansion, got incredibly inebriated, poured an unknown liquid down an expensive painting and threw two abstract sculptures across the room.
Layman allegedly started attacking Buzzbee's art collection after he twice tried to get her an Uber home.
Prosecutors have stated that two of the paintings were original Andy Warhol's, valued at $500,000 apiece. And the sculptures were reportedly worth an eye-watering $20,000 each.
Layman has been released in lieu of a $30,000 bail.
This is not the first time that Anthony Buzbee has made the news. The millionaire attorney recently made headlines for parking a tank outside his mansion, which understandably sparked a fight with his homeowners' association. Back in 2016, Buzbee also hosted a fundraiser for the current President of the United States, Donald Trump.
And the people of the internet certainly had a lot to say about it all. One Twitter user wrote, "Tony Buzbee is a lawyer who parked a tank in front of his mansion, defended Rick Perry in an abuse-of-power case & hosted a 2016 Trump fundraiser. He probably deserved some karma, but his date destroying two Warhol paintings was not the way. Only so many Warhol pieces out there!"
However, others were more in awe of the whole situation and the fact that it's reminiscent of a certain Taylor Swift music video. "Sounds like a Taylor Swift video", one person said, while another just stated, "Lindy Lou Layman and Tony Buzbee. There's no way these are real people."
Well, that sure does make all of our terrible first dates look a lot better, doesn't it? I mean, destruction of personal property never ranks high among the reasons why you should go on a second date.