A 19-year-old youth-camp leader has broken his leg in two places after kicking ''one of the largest'' huntsman spiders he had ever seen.
A dude caught his manhood in a mouse trap not just once but twice. Pub manager Gary, 32, was in agony after the party piece went wrong.
The first accident happened at the age of 14 when a schoolboy prank went wrong. He needed 14 stitches to fix his wounded willy.
When regulars at The Railway pub in Ipswich, Suffolk, heard about Gary’s painful past they egged him on to show them what happened.
A pal put a mouse trap on a pool table for the demonstration — but Gary tripped as he walked towards it with his manhood hanging out.
Last night Gary said: “I was quite drunk so I undid my flies and walked over to the trap. I really didn’t mean to set the trap off again but I stumbled and it went. I must be the only bloke in Britain to have caught my bits in a mousetrap not once but twice.
“It is completely and utterly embarrassing. Luckily I only nipped the end of my privates but I still had to go to casualty for a tetanus injection. The nurses thought it was hilarious — especially when they realised it was my second visit for the same accident.” Article here.
If you see a scanty dressed girl parking a car, good chances it’s one of the Valet Girls.
A 24-year-old Loveland woman who worked as a postal carrier is accused of stealing more than 1,250 Netflix and Blockbuster DVDs from the mail in the Lyons area.
A federal grand jury in Denver indicted the woman, Karen Durante, late Wednesday. She is charged with four counts of stealing Netflix DVDs from the mail and one count of possessing 1,256 Netflix and Blockbuster DVDs which had been stolen from the mail.
Durante was a contract mail carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. The indictment said she stole four DVDs from specific postal customers in July, after which authorities allegedly found additional DVDs at her home.
Netflix is an Internet-based business that rents movies on DVD to customers by mail for set monthly fees. Article here.
A basement remodeling project left Jany Chumas with one question after the drywalling was done… her pet cat was nowhere to be found.
As more time passed, she suspected the cat could be trapped, and she and her daughter headed for the basement to search. "I called her - 'Here, kitty, kitty' - and I could hear this faint, weak meow coming from behind the walls where they had just drywalled," Chumas said Tuesday.
She called the Eau Claire Fire Department and a crew went to the home about 5 p.m. Friday. First they cut a small hole in the drywall near where Chumas heard the cat's cries, but they found only insulation.
A thermal imaging camera brought in by Battalion Chief Rick Merryfield detected a heat pattern in the ceiling. When Lt. Steve Hanson cut a small hole in the ceiling, he found nothing, but when he looked in with a flashlight, he could see the cat on a floor joist in another room.
The firefighters had Chumas call into the hole, and soon a weak, hungry, tired and dusty 'Mary Poppins' "came tumbling out of the ceiling," Chumas said.
Some food and water put 'Mary Poppins' on the road to recovery from her five days behind the drywall. "Another couple of days and I think she would've been gone," Chumas said. Article here.
A 29 year-old teacher in Ayersville faces possible sexual battery charges after she reportedly had sex with one of her students.
A newlywed couple's best man was sentenced to nine years in prison for torching the groom's house during the honeymoon.