Arrested Miss Utah contestant's talent was making bombs and throwing them out windows

Arrested Miss Utah contestant’s talent was making bombs and throwing them out windows

Aug 5, 2013

18-year old Kendra Gill (pictured above, in the middle), a Miss Utah pageant contestant, has been arrested with several of her friends for making bombs out of household chemicals and aluminum, and then joyriding throughout her SLC suburb throwing them at houses and residents. No one was injured, and one of her friends, Bryce Stone, claims that at least one motivation for the “joyride” was to pull a prank on his ex.

Yes. A prank with bombs. These kids today!

Sure is a good thing for Miss Gill that she’s a pretty white lady. Otherwise she might be charged with something other than 10 counts of setting off an incendiary device. Something that begins with a “T,” perhaps?

Now, I do not know much about pageants other than what I have learned from “Drop Dead Gorgeous,” “Toddlers and Tiaras” marathons, and a poorly executed audition for a community theater production of “Miss Firecracker” in my teenage years. However, is it not just a little bit possible that Miss Gill was merely preparing herself for a show-stopping talent portion for the Miss Utah Pageant? Perhaps she was going to juggle bombs, instead of twirling fire batons?

That shit is pretty competitive these days. However, bombs are probably not the best way to go about winning Miss Congeniality.

image: South Valley Journal


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