There are funny pranks and those that are just plain cruel. This one, where a husband convinces his wife that they’re about to be creamed by a semi truck in a head-on collision, is definitely more the latter. Hey, this could be grounds for divorce, buddy.
A grandfather in Florida recently lost custody of his grandchildren after allowing his 10-year-old grandson to get a permanent tattoo as a rite of passage. Jeez, what comes after that? Cigarettes and hard liquor?
While intelligence isn’t a prerequisite for a life of crime, it certainly would’ve helped these ten boneheaded scofflaws. One clumsy bank robber shoots himself in the foot, a thief can’t figure out how to operate a door as a means of escape and another gets hopelessly stuck while trying to break into a store. If criminals keep being this dumb, us law-abiding citizens have nothing to worry about.
At one point or another, we’ve all fallen victim to the theft of food from an office fridge. In general, most of us chalk it up as a minor annoyance. But police in Deer Park, Texas were so fed up with an office thief that they ran a sting to catch him in the act. And, it turns out, the culprit was a cop.
While on tour of duty in Afghanistan, soldier Donny Eslinger adopted an adorable dog that he named Smoke-pup Barbarian. But after he was critically wounded during a mortar attack and shipped to Germany, Eslinger was forced to leave the pooch behind.
Whatever your opinion of British rockers Queen, there’s no denying that their signature song ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ which consists of six different sections and hundreds of overdubs, is amazingly complex. That makes this cover of the song, which was done entirely by one man, all the more astounding.
During snowy weather, it’s apparently a tradition to sled down Queen Anne Hill in Seattle despite the dangers of oncoming traffic. During a report on this activity, Meg Coyle of King 5 News had the nerve to suggest that sledders wear helmets.
On Dec. 31, an Australian tourist Erin Langworthy’s bungee cord snapped, sending her plummeting 365 feet into the crocodile-infested Zambesi River below. Does that qualify as a worst-case scenario or what?
In Steamboat, Colorado last Sunday, three people caused a commotion by riding their horses into local businesses. We’ve heard that cowboys and their horses are inseparable, but this is plain ridiculous.
As far as Jorge Santini, the major of San Juan, Puerto Rico is concerned, nothing says Christmas like one animal crushing the windpipe of another. Wait, what???
The mayor and his family posed for an incredibly macabre Christmas photo this year, which shows a taxidermied leopard going to town on the jugular of an unfortunate antelope. Thank you, Santini family. You’ve just given us Christmas nightmares. Check it out after the jump.
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