The Intamacies Of "Queefing" (NSFW)
Chick gets knocked out in 1-punch to the face.
Dude does double backflip -- then eats it.
Andy Dick pulls down 17-year-old's shirt.
Andy Dick has been arrested on suspicion of drug possession and sexual battery. Police picked the comic up in Murieta, California early on Wednesday morning after revellers at a local bar reported Dick's inappropriate behaviour.
They told the authorities he had pulled a 17-year-old female's T-shirt and bra down to expose her breasts after leaving the bar. Police stopped Dick and friends as they drove away from the establishment in a truck.
During a curbside search, police reportedly found marijuana and Xanax in Dick's pockets. The intoxicated comedian was booked at a nearby police station and remains in custody as Wenn went to press.
Dude takes one to the nuts -- then faceplants.
Weed found in 2-year-old's lunch box.
Preschool staff could not believe their eyes when they found marijuana in the toddler's lunch box Tuesday. The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is investigating the bizarre incident, where a teacher located a wrapper with suspected marijuana while retrieving the child's fruit snacks.
"We were very shocked," said Suzanne Hilton, director of Our Little World, on Thursday. "But we weren't sure what it was."
According to a Sheriff's Office report, the teacher was getting ready for lunch Tuesday, when she checked the toddler's box for the fruit snacks. While searching the lunch box, she noticed a plastic wrapper with a green leafy substance in the front zipper pouch. The substance later tested positive for marijuana.
Hilton told authorities the toddler's parents are divorced, but the dad's girlfriend had dropped the child off Tuesday, the report said. Because of the split, the toddler has two lunch boxes: a red and blue one. But Hilton said she wasn't sure which color box belonged to which parent, according to the report.
Dude finds Subway baked knife in his sandwich.
A New York man claimed in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday that he found a knife with a 7-inch (18-cm) blade baked into the bread of his foot-long "Cold Cut Trio" Subway sandwich.
John Agnesini, 26, a magazine designer, said he had already taken a few bites from the sandwich in late June when he spotted the knife jutting out from the bread's crust. The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan state court, seeks $1 million. "If I didn't look at it, I don't know what would have happened," said Agnesini. "That's the last thing you think about a sandwich you eat all the time."
A colleague telephoned the chain to complain, but Subway never apologized, he said. Subway spokesman Kevin Kane said in a statement the company was investigating.