A classic case of whodunnit! (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
A collection of stupid people and their stupid stories or as we like to call it…They Walk Among Us!
Police said a man in a wheelchair with multiple shoplifting arrests has been busted again. This time wearing nothing but cherry tomatoes on his crotchel region. That’s not even the best part of the story…this is not a joke…the man arrested was also found to be concealing Jimmy Dean sausage.
How can you sue someone over an accurate review? No clue, maybe we should ask Med Express because that’s exactly what they’re doing. One buyer purchased something, but was disappointed by the fact that the product arrived postage due. The woman noted it wasn’t the fact that she had to pay, just the inconvenience of having to pay to get the delivery when it wasn’t expected. In response, she left negative feedback on Med Express’ eBay page. Now, she’s getting sued.
A former employee of a New York city law firm has been convicted of stealing more than $376,000 worth of copy machine toner from the firm. Adrian Rodriguez pleaded guilty to second-degree grand larceny for his thefts from the firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.
A teenage boy was arrested as he tried to steal a Porsche because he didn’t know how to drive using the car’s stick shift. Anthony Reynolds was sentenced in the attempted carjacking after pleading guilty to the charge of motor vehicle theft.
What book should I read to get girls to sleep with me? Do you have a book suitable for chimpanzees? From the ignorant to the ridiculous, bookshop staff get asked the strangest things. After one inane inquiry too many, Jen Campbell, who works at the Ripping Yarns bookshop in North London, published a selection of them last year. It was such a runaway success that she asked fellow shop-owners for their own examples…