A Most Interesting Violation: 5 Craziest Crimes of Week Including HOV-lane high jinks By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Mar 27, 2015 5:19 AM CDT Updated Mar 27, 2015 9:01 AM CDT 1 comment Comments And the award for most interesting crime of the week goes to ... (@wspd1pio) (Newser) – A Snapchat snafu and a crime involving OJ (not the "Simpson" kind) are among the weirdest crime stories of the week: The Update on Screech You've Been Waiting For: What got Dustin Diamond so worked up late Christmas night that he allegedly got into a bar fight? Apparently, Smirnoff Ice started it all. That's the drink that prosecutors say Diamond bought for a fellow patron at Wisconsin's Patio Bar & Grill—intending to "ice" the man, a practice in which someone buys you a Smirnoff Ice and you have to quickly kneel and chug it. But the kneeling never happened. Man Hiding From Cops Foiled by Own Snapchat Post: Someday, maybe, there will be a story about a fugitive taunting the police via social media that ends differently, but until then ... meet Christopher Wallace. As police were searching for him inside his home in Fairfield, Maine, the 24-year-old burglary suspect posted a message to Snapchat boasting that he was hiding—and explained where. Suspects Accused of Terrible Dine-and-Dash: A waitress in Anaheim, Calif., luckily has just cuts and bruises after chasing down four patrons she says stiffed her on their bill. She reports that she followed the customers to the parking lot to confront them, and the thing that happened next now has the foursome facing charges of defrauding an innkeeper, conspiracy, and assault with a deadly weapon. Father Shoots Son After They Run Out of OJ: Police in Baton Rouge, La., say 58-year-old Eldridge Dukes is facing a charge of attempted manslaughter after he confessed to shooting his 18-year-old son during an argument over orange juice. They were allegedly fighting about the lack of it when the squabble escalated. Cops Bust HOV Cheater: We've saved our most interesting crime—literally—for last. A trooper in Fife, Wash., noticed a peculiar person in the passenger seat of a car that zipped by in the HOV lane, and when he pulled the car over, the driver was actually laughing. "The Most Interesting Man in the World" was sitting next to him; here's how he explained the cardboard cutout's presence. Click to read about more crazy crimes.