After a Radford University student finds his car vandalized with gay slurs, Roanoke businesses pitch in to repair the vehicle.
The student, Jordan Addison, found his car vandalized four times this year including someone keying “dye” on the car. Addison was unable to remove the slurs himself with the cheapest quote coming in at $2,500.
Quality Auto Paint and Body’s Richard Henegar Jr. stepped up. And so did ten other local businesses – adding $10,000 worth of extras to the car.
“Once I saw the vandalism that was done to it, I said ‘that’s uncalled for. We’re gonna fix your car.’ That’s the least we can do,” he told Roanoke’s WDBJ-TV.
According to Addison, the car has never looked as great.
Parents of students that attend a Delaware elementary school aren’t too happy after receiving an email from the school containing a sarcastic anti-bullying form called the “Hurt Feelings Report”. The News Journal broke the story, which revealed that the form, made by Lombardy Elementary School in Wilmington, Delaware, poked fun at “whiners” and was accidentally attached to [...]