News – “Kentucky man faked a heart attack to get ambulance ride to hospital cafeteria.” – A Knox County man was arrested at Baptist Health Corbin Friday after he allegedly faked a heart attack to take an ambulance ride to its cafeteria.

Around 2 p.m. Friday, a Knox County sheriff deputy responded to a report of a stolen gun at a Corbin residence, according to the sheriff. The sheriff’s department determined Kenneth Ray Couch, 35, was the alleged suspect, it said.

The deputy learned that Couch had been picked up by an ambulance at Dixon’s Market after he said he was having a heart attack, the sheriff’s department said. When the ambulance arrived at the hospital, Couch got out of the ambulance and walked to the cafeteria, according to the sheriff.

Couch was located inside the cafeteria, where he was arrested. He was charged with burglary and falsely reporting an incident.

Look at this guys face. He’s content as fuck. It was probably lime jello day at the hospital cafeteria and he wasnt gonna miss that for the world. I dont blame him tbh. Especially if they put some whipped cream and a cherry on top of that bish. Can you imagine that you’re in an Uber and it could part traffic like the Red Sea? What would you pay for that? Apparently the clink for an extended period of time was worth the price for my man. Maybe I’ll send him commissary money for some jello on the inside.

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