I am going to go ahead and say today, is indefinitely and officially the annual: “Bitch about how bad your NCAA bracket is f*cked day.”
Jakub Fik threw something unusual at police… his penis. Fik, 33, cut off his own penis during a Northwest Side rampage Wednesday morning. When confronted by police, Fik hurled several knives and his severed organ at the officers, police said. Officers stunned him with a Taser and took him into custody.
A Tennessee Timothy Lee Hagewood, 42, faces kidnapping charges after police said Wednesday that he took a hitchhiker to a Robertsdale convenience store and forced him to eat pizza and drink wine at knifepoint.
The Daily Star is reporting that Britney Spears was taken to hospital after stepping on a hypodermic needle in Hawaii.
They claim Britney is fine, but who knows- she might have some disease now. How crazy would that be! That’d make some headlines. You gotta admit Britney is on a roll in the news with all these dumb things she’s out doing. This isn't the first time she's been in the news about her feet.
Mints and gum don't always get the job done when it comes to fighting bad breath. However, experts recently cited some foods that can help, Oklahoma City television station KOCO reported.
Photoblocker, which Monte Bowman plans to start selling in Council Bluffs, Nebraska, is a product that's supposed to make a car's license plate invisible to red-light cameras.
That's where Photoblocker comes in, and Bowman's claim is that drivers using it will no longer get caught.
A bottle of Photoblocker is $38 on the Internet. The makers, Phantom Plate Inc., say that if a driver sprays the "invisible formula" on his or her license plate, Photoblocker will "reflect the traffic enforcement camera's flash ... rendering the picture unreadable."
There is some speculation on if this product actually works, click here to read the full story.
Gerald and Maureen Henze were watching some afternoon TV in their home when all of a sudden everything changed. After a loud bang, Maureen was showered by shards of glass, and Gerald and their dog were chasing a turkey down the hall.
A man was trapped inside a flattened Audi, pinned down by a massive tractor trailer and survived. The entire crash was caught on tape. It all happened during rush hour on one of the country's busiest highways.
When a couple left a huge tip on the table at Roanoke restaurant, their waitress figured it had to be a joke. They left $1,000 to cover a bill of $26.35. With it was a note saying "Keep the change! Have a great day."