Sunday, September 23, 2007

Uh-oh Spaghettios!

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Dude driving SUV blames backseat sex for crash

A driver of a sport utility vehicle who hit a telephone pole blamed the crash on two friends having sex in the back seat. Joshua D. Frank, 22, pleaded guilty this week to a misdemeanor charge of failing to notify a police officer of a traffic accident.

He was fined nearly $190 after his Chevy Blazer hit a telephone pole in the Moscow, Idaho, area. According to court documents, Frank told police that his SUV is top heavy and the backseat action made it become "tippy," causing him to lose control. According to the affidavit, Frank suffered a minor head injury in the crash and his friends were treated for unspecified injuries. » Article here

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Real-life Donkey Kong.

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Fo sail.

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Giraffes fighting. Wow, never have seen this before.

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Woman comes home to find naked stranger asleep in her bed. He tries to make the best of an awkward situation by offering her $14 & some pot for sex

A woman returned home to find a naked stranger asleep in her bed in her Hazel Park home. Police said the woman, 28, called them when she saw the naked teen.

When police arrived, they saw the teen standing behind the woman when she answered the door. Police said the man had been drinking and had blood alcohol level of 0.17 percent, the Daily Tribute reported.

The woman said the man offered her $14 and some marijuana for sex. The man said he was told the woman was a call girl. She denied those accusations, but said she was a waitress at an adult night club. The man was arrested. » Article here

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Snakes on a mother f'in rack.

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Ouch.

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Father finds his son dead in vat of acid

An 18-year-old fell into a vat of sulfuric acid and died after apparently being overcome by fumes, police said. His body was discovered by his father Sunday at a circuit board factory where they both worked.

The San Mateo County coroner's office identified the victim as Fernando Jimenez Gonzalez. Gonzalez had been submerging circuit boards in the vat at Coastal Circuits, Redwood City police said.

Gonzalez's father went to the factory when his son did not come home from his shift and discovered the body. Police were investigating and an autopsy was planned. An official with the 75-employee firm said the company would not comment until the autopsy was complete. "We're just in the middle of going through all the facts," said Laura Boozer, chief operating officer of Coastal Circuits. » Article here

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Frequency of having sex weekly (sucks to be Japan)

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[SNL skit] Will Ferrell in 'Yoga Class'.

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Cubs fans name their baby boy 'Wrigley Fields'.

His parents say he can go by his middle name when he's old enough to decide. For now, the newborn will be known by his first name: Wrigley. And his last name: Fields.

His parents are Paul and Teri Fields of Michigan City, Ind. They are — no surprise — fans of the Cubs, who have played at Wrigley Field since 1916. The Fields planned the name for years before their son's birth. Wrigley Alexander Fields was born Sept. 12 at an Indiana hospital.

Cubs spokeswoman Katelyn Thrall said the name may be a first. The team has no record of other children named Wrigley, although there have been some children names Zambrano and Ryne after Cubs stars Carlos Zambrano and Ryne Sandberg. » Article here

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Caption this.

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A clever way to impress your boss...

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Dude steals man's false teeth from his mouth

A man accused of snatching another man's false teeth from his mouth faces a robbery charge. Sixty-two-year-old Robert Henry Stahl of Yorktown is charged with felony robbery and battery causing bodily injury, a misdemeanor. If convicted of robbery he could face two to eight years in prison.

Fifty-six-year-old Billie Townsend told police that he went to a bar to pay Stahl money he owed him, when Stahl asked him outside and started punching him repeatedly. During the fight he allegedly put Townsend in a headlock and removed his false teeth. » Article here

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Yeah, this makes a lot of sense.

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Dude beats up his fiancee, arguing over a necklace

A 33-year-old man was sentenced this week to more than two years in prison for beating up his fiancee and at one point knocking her unconscious in a fight over a necklace, according to court records released today.

Ernst D. Weber, was convicted of felony substantial battery and false imprisonment and sentenced Wednesday to the prison term and five years of extended supervision. Weber pushed his fiancee June 23 at a Plymouth home while the two were arguing over a necklace he accused her of receiving from another man. The woman fell to the ground, hit her head and lost consciousness.

After she regained consciousness, the two got into Weber’s car to go home, but he repeatedly hit the woman in the face and grabbed her by the hair and shirt to hold her in the car when she attempted to leave. She was found later that night lying in the backyard of a home. » Article here

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