Sunday, August 26, 2007

Banana Sex. (oh come on, it's kinda funny)

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Snakes on a motha-f*ckin' plane. No really.

It was no movie moment for a Mississippi doctor who discovered a snake on a recent flight. Doctor Ed Carruth was flying in a one-seat plane yesterday when he felt something "licking" his arm. His guest was a gray rat snake.

Carruth said once he and the snake both got their bearings, they came to an agreement to not bother each other. The snake then slithered to the back of the plane. When Carruth arrived at Brookhaven Municipal Airport, officials called a snake expert to locate the stowaway and remove it from the airplane. The snake has been released into the wild. » Article here

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Is Miss Teen South Carolina smart? You be the judge.

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A message for the restaurant.

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If you're driving around drunk, you should really try to avoid hitting a horse. Especially if there's a cop on it at the time.

A man driving a 2002 Buick recklessly early Sunday struck a Tampa police officer and the officer's horse, injuring both, Tampa police say.

Police charged Arleis Perez, 20, with driving under the influence about 4 AM. The incident began about 3:25 a.m., when plain clothes officers approached Perez' Buick as he was playing "amplified music" at East 7th Avenue and North 19th Street, according to a Tampa police release.

After seeing the officers, Perez rolled up his windows, locked his doors and recklessly drove. Four minutes later, while Officer Salvatore Mazza was trying to clear an intersection, Perez struck Mazza and his horse d'Artagnan, the release shows. Mazza and the horse landed on the Buick's hood and windshield. » Article here

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Photoworthy: the gator exhibit

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Dude faceplants on ice. Ouch.

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Dude left dead mother in armchair for two years.

A man left his dead mother seated in her favorite armchair at their shared home for two years because he could not face organizing a funeral, police in the southern town of Fuerstenfeldbruck said Friday.

The woman died of natural causes in the chair in July 2005 at the age of 92, a police spokesman said. A doctor called to the scene at the time gave the son a death certificate but he did not register the death.

Neighbors recently alerted police about the corpse. The man told police he could not bear to move his mother and said he never again entered the room where she was seated. Police have started an investigation for violating German burial law. » Article here

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