Stupid Alabama Man Who Told IRS Agent That He Would Make 9/11 Look Like a Fire Drill Admits He Had a Few Beers Before Picking Up the Phone

Thomas Sitzler swears that he didn't mean any harm, can't even make a bomb, and this is all came about due to a little liquid courage.

A Birmingham area man, charged with making a phone threat to blow up an Internal Revenue Service building in Austin, Texas, has entered a plea agreement with federal prosecutors to a lesser charge in the case, according to documents filed today. The man later apologized to federal agents, told them he didn't mean any harm, and that he had a few beers before he made the call last September, according to his plea agreement.

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