Thursday, May 16, 2013

Say It Ain't So: Kai, the Hitchhiking Hatchet-Man, Wanted for Murder [Update: He's Been Arrested]

Posted By on Thu, May 16, 2013 at 2:45 PM

Oh, how the crazy have fallen: Kai Lawrence, the vigilante hitchhiker who warmed all of our hearts by beating the mess out of people who are attacking other people, is wanted for questioning in the murder of a New Jersey man.

According to Gawker, 73-year-old Joseph Galfy was found dead in his home on Monday as a result of blunt-force trauma—which is what worries us, considering that Kai is a man who isn't afraid to smash, smash, SUH-MASH his way through problems.

Kai, we hope that this isn't true, that your name will be cleared and that you will return to weirdly serenading television news reporters—and not just because we really want to get paid for "Kai Lawrence Hatchets Through History!"

Mostly because of that, though. That idea is gold.

[Update: Kai's been caught! WPVI-TV in Philadelphia reports that Kai was arrested by Philly PD at a bus station after spending the night with some "fans" in New Jersey. Apparently, he was interested in catching a bus and heading down to Georgia. He's now been charged with the murder of Joseph Galfy and is being held on $3 million bail.]

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