Drunk trio…, Woman Arrested for Calling 9-1-1…, Snake on a plane…, Ghost ship…, TIL Gary Sinise…, The mystery of the tub…, pleased to announce…, The Detroit Athletic Club…, NFL coach talks about having players injure…, New Charles Manson photos released…
Lucky for three drunk Abbotsford, B.C., men who went na*ed through a carwash, their records will remain squeaky clean. Midnight Wednesday, police responded to calls from Abbotsford residents who woke to the sounds of screams.
A Tennessee woman was so dissatisfied with her Hardee’s hamburger that she called police twice to complain, resulting in her arrest on the charge of abusing the 9-1-1 system.
An Australian pilot said he was forced to make a harrowing landing reminiscent of a Hollywood thriller after a snake popped out from behind his dashboard and slithered across his leg during a solo cargo flight.
Gary Sinise is canceling appearances with his Lt. Dan Band after suffering injuries in a car accident. A spokeswoman for the actor says Sinise was a passenger in a car involved in an accident Friday. Staci Wolfe did not offer details about the extent of his injuries.
A curfew remained in effect Wednesday in the Diamond Creek subdivision in Forney. One day after two tornadoes touched down, cleanup was under way, and a grandmother’s remarkable show of strength during the storm seems even more improbable.
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8. The Detroit Athletic Club will debut its $60,000 porta potty today, complete with heating, air-conditioning, running water and framed artwork.
Guests at downtown’s most upscale tailgates at last have a proper place to potty. The prestigious Detroit Athletic Club — which will entertain more than 600 members and guests in its back parking lot before the Tigers’ home opener — will christen a luxurious new loo today.
9. NFL coach talks about having players injure other players to win. AUDIO
New photos have been released of Charles Manson, the leader of the “Manson Family” cult responsible for a series of brutal murders in California in 1969. The release of the new photos come a week before his parole hearing.