A beauty callibrator 1934…, Dentist pulls out all of her ex-boyfriend’s teeth…, “Octomom” Nadya Suleman is filing for bankruptcy…, A fruit pit she swallowed in 1984…, Genius New B*a Hides iPhone…, last words prevented further tragedy…, Japan’s health ministry…, Students on a field trip forced to abandon ship…, Man sues BMW…, Stafford investigates udderly shocking shoplifting…
1. Max Factor’s beauty callibrator, 1934
A Polish woman is facing three years in prison after she removed all of her ex-boyfriend’s teeth during dental surgery just days after their breakup.
3. “Octomom” Nadya Suleman is filing for bankruptcy, telling a federal court she has as much as $1 million in debt.
The Orange County Register that Suleman wants a fresh start and says filing for bankruptcy is what’s best for her 14 children. Suleman has reports up to $50,000 in assets in federal court filings.
4. For 28 years, Blanca Riveron suffered from a debilitating, nagging cough. Doctors found a mass in her lung, which they suspected was cancer. Turns out it was a fruit pit she swallowed in 1984.
A Seminole Heights woman who moved to the United States from Cuba in 1994 got a pit in her stomach this past December when doctors showed her a dark spot on her lung. But it turns out the pit may have been the problem.
For every woman who’s ever stuffed an iPhone into her b*a for safekeeping on the dance floor, here’s the cue to kick yourself: Turns out a pair college students have now patented the concept.
6. He got all stabby with Grandma for leaving the beach before he was ready. Her last words prevented further tragedy in the family.
Polk County sheriff’s deputies charged a 23-year-old Lake Wales man Sunday with killing his grandmother by stabbing her to death in a bathtub. In an arrest affidavit, Christopher Chase Whaley said his grandmother’s last words to him before she died were, “I love you.”
7. Japan’s health ministry is to launch an investigation into bath-time fatalities after it was estimated that 14,000 people die every year in the tub – three times as many as those who died in car accidents.
Japan’s health ministry is to launch an investigation into bath-time fatalities after it was estimated that 14,000 people die every year in the tub – three times as many as those who died in car accidents.
8. Students on a field trip forced to abandon ship when their boat starts taking on water. Offbeat because it happened on a lake located 140 feet underground.
A boat filled with local students on a field trip at The Lost Sea began taking on water, forcing them to abandon ship Monday. The Lost Sea is a popular tourist attraction in Monroe County. It’s an underground cavern with the country’s largest underground lake.
BMW North America has probably had to deal with plenty of unusual lawsuits, but one filed last week may be a first — a California man says the seat on his motorcycle has given him an erection he just can’t shake.
10. Stafford investigates udderly shocking shoplifting – 18 year-old man dressed up in a cow suit stole 26 gallons of milk
Walmart shoppers in Stafford County saw the sight of their lives Tuesday night—a cow, on all fours, trying to score gallons of milk. An 18-year-old man dressed up in a cow suit stole 26 gallons of milk around 10:35 p.m. from the Garrisonville Walmart, Stafford County Sheriff’s spokesman Bill Kennedy said.