Terry Ball, 29, of Athens, Georgie was reportedly arrested for the second time in a food related incident. This time, the man says he became enraged and began to assault members of his family because someone at his pork chops, and he had to settle for noodles for dinner instead.
Just a few months ago, Ball was arrested after he threw a pork chop at his own mother, and then began to berate her and physically assault her because she did not want to buy him cigarettes.
This week, Ball’s mother called the police because Ball had begun to assault everyone who was in the house.
The Daily Mail reports:
Ball was charged with simple battery and a probation violation stemming from an earlier incident.
On Wednesday, Bill’s mother summoned police to their home in the 100 block of Simmons Street in Athens just before 3am, saying that her son was trying to fight everyone in the house, reported the station WAGA.
According to a police report, when officers arrived at the scene, they found kitchen utensils scattered across the floor.
An officer observed that Ball was incoherent, and at one point he allegedly confided in the cop that he was searching for his pot.
On February 20, Ball was eating a pork chop at his home in Athens when he got angry at his mother over the cigarettes.
Police said at the time the man hurled his dinner at the woman before pushing and headbutting her.
A police report obtained by OnlineAthens.com said that Ball’s father jumped on top of his son and restrained him until police showed up.
He had already been sentenced to 12 months’ probation over a charge of simple battery that had been lodged six months earlier, the report said.
In that case, he was accused of striking a man’s face for no apparent reason while he was intoxicated, the newspaper reported.