Sh*t happened 1/20/15: The Infiltrator, the baby gorilla and The Penis Kid

The robbery of a convenience store in Holiday Monday night appears to be related to a series of similar robberies that took place in New Port Richey over the weekend. Authorities assume they'll have several more opportunities to catch the perpetrator in the act, as he continues his mad quest to steal enough money in Pasco County to cover a payday advance loan.

Producers of the Bryan Cranston-starring film The Infiltrator may soon be calling for Tampa residents to appear as extras in the film. What's the over-under on the amount of takes blown by somebody looking into the camera and calling it a bitch?

Busch Gardens is calling for nominations for names for a baby gorilla on its Facebook page. Suggested monikers include Attraction 164TQ, Not a Non-Human Person We Own This Shit, and Denise.

And finally, a separated couple in Boynton Beach are fighting over whether or not to circumcise their son, and have pulled a whole bunch of folks with nothing better to do into this fight over whether or not the practice is "barbaric." Not being considered "barbaric:" sentencing your son to a lifetime of being called The Penis Kid.

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