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Dude From Hamburg Owned By His Mom When She Found Him Drunk

Talk about a Walk of Shame …

hamburg mom shames drunk son

An 18-year-old guy from Hamburg is looking at a future court date and a potential fine for allegedly being drunk at a party.

But no matter the penalty imposed against him by the law in this case, the guy’s already been owned by his mom.

According to information from State Police in Hamburg, early Sunday morning, Ryan Werley, 18, was hauled into the barracks in Tilden Twp. … by his mom.

His mom says she found him drunk and asleep at a party.

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Now, that’s tough love!

New Definition to Walk of Shame

Police say the guy looked drunk and charged him with underage drunkenness.

Werley could have to pay a fine of up to $500 (the max penalty for a first offense) if he’s found guilty in District Court. Subsequent offenses are subject to a $1,000 fine.

But hopefully he learned his lesson!

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  1. It's me

    March 20, 2022 at 12:45 pm

    GOOD FOR HER!!!!! She’s a great mother!!!!!

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