Man Named Bud Weisser is Arrested For Trespassing at Budweiser Brewery: Cops
19-year-old Bud Weisser was arrested Thursday after police say he was found in a secured area at the Budweiser Brewery in St. Louis, Missouri.
A man named Bud Weisser was arrested this week after police say he trespassed at the Budweiser brewery.
Weisser, who conveniently hails from the King of Beers' unofficial kingdom of St. Louis, was discovered in a secured area of the brewery on Thursday, police say.
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Brewery security officers told him to leave and called police after they say they were involved in an altercation with Mr. Weisser.
Weisser was taken into police custody and issued summonses for trespassing and resisting arrest, according to the Associated Press.
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Weisser's arrest is neither his first nor his first time being subjected to ridicule in the press.
Almost exactly a year ago, in December 2014, then 18-year-old Weisser was the subject of a KTVI article titled "This mugshot’s for you: Bud Weisser busted for burglary."
Weisser had turned himself in to police after DNA evidence reportedly linked him to a break-in at an area gas station.
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