Ice cream…, man’s purse…, Kate.., Tim Lincecum…, Angry birds …, Dairies pamper cows …, geysers powerful…, Desperate car thieves steal a 1976 Ford Pinto…, stealing your neighbor’s pool water…, Honestly…
1. From the man who bought you the ice cream made from breast milk, comes ice lolly made from holy water and absinthe
A ‘sinful’ ice lolly has gone on sale – mixing holy water with mind-bending 80 per cent absinthe. The gun-shaped green popsicle, dubbed the ‘Vice Lolly,’ consists of one part alcohol and three parts water from a spring in Lourdes, France, which many Catholics believe has healing powers.
2. “While searching the man’s purse, officers found a holster containing four throwing stars, which are Japanese weapons used for throwing, slashing or stabbing”
Bismarck police say a man dressed as a woman threatened to commit suicide on a railroad bridge, then was found to have throwing stars in his purse. Sgt. Mark Buschena said dispatchers received multiple calls Saturday afternoon of a woman on the BNSF Railway bridge at 100 S. Washington St. Officers responded at 3:29 p.m. and found a man dressed in women’s clothing threatening to jump off the bridge.
A source close to Matthew Fox says the “Lost” actor denies ever beating a woman, according to TMZ.com. The actor has been making headlines this week after his former co-star Dominic Monaghan claimed on twitter that Fox “beats women.”
For seven innings Tim Lincecum scrapped and competed without much command. He held Arizona to one earned run in seven innings, two runs overall, and saw his ERA drop by more than half a run.
North central Bismarck appears to be under a minor “attack” from some identified flying objects. Although not quite mirroring a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 horror film “The Birds,” swallows have been reportedly nose-diving near moving vehicles in north Bismarck along State Street, U.S.Highway 83, Century Avenue and Interstate Avenue and farther north. Witnesses said birds are flying between vehicles throughout town though not clustering together in large numbers in trees.
6. Dairies pamper cows with waterbeds, massages, mood music, now worried about getting spoiled milk
Lucky, a 7-year-old dairy cow, had been walking with a limp for several weeks when veterinarian Sara Gilbertson was called. Instead of prescribing painkillers, Gilbertson tried an unusual new therapy – a chiropractic adjustment that included a full-length spinal massage.
7. Today’s heavy rains turning storm drains into geysers powerful enough to lift a car are brought to you courtesy, of Montreal, QC
Schools, offices, and homes in and around Montreal were damaged Tuesday after torrential rain hit the city. On Wednesday morning several school boards on the South Shore announced multiple schools would be closed due to flooding or other rain-caused damage.
8. Desperate car thieves steal a 1976 Ford Pinto. How desperate? The Pinto had four flats and wouldn’t run–they had to load it onto a flatbed trailer to spirit it away
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office is looking for whomever stole a 1976 Ford Pinto from a backyard on South Avenue over the weekend. That’s right – a Pinto.That didn’t run.And that had four flat tires. “They had to tow it away,” Missoula County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Johnson said Tuesday.
A Mesa man was arrested on suspicion of stealing a Playstation 3 and pool water Monday, according to police.Manuel Ovalle, 35, was seen May 21 on a neighbor’s security camera going into the victim’s backyard near Adobe and Higley roads and walking away with two dark-colored bags, police said.The victim identified Ovalle from still photographs taken by the camera and an officer came to his house on Monday, police said.
Major crime detectives confirm they have found and seized a second body part — reportedly a human hand— in a bizarre case in Ottawa that saw a bloody package containing a human foot mailed to the Conservative Party of Canada headquarters Tuesday.