Just call him Frank Abagnale, Jr. An 18-year-old Florida man is accused of not only posing as a licensed doctor, but actually opening his own office, which was called New Birth New Life Medical Centre & Urgent Care. It even has its own website! But the teen was eventually caught after an undercover officer came in and requested a physical. It’s unclear if he’s facing any charges.
Clearly, he should’ve been cut off. A monkey that lived near a bar in Paraiba, Brazil ducked into the establishment this week and began finishing off abandoned glasses of rum. After a few drinks, the animal suddenly became aggressive, which is when it grabbed a knife and started threatening customers. Firefighters were called in and the animal was sent to a nature reserve, but later had to be recaptured after reports that it was, once again, threatening people. Authorities are now deciding whether to release the animal or keep it in captivity.
It’s true what they say: crime doesn’t pay. When a West Virginia robber decided to ambush someone on the street this week, he immediately told his victim to empty out his wallet. Unfortunately for the crook, the victim wasn’t a big spender and only had a single dollar in it. Police later confiscated that bill as evidence, so really, he walked away with nothing. The man has since been sentenced to six months at a correctional centre for young adults.
Talk about distracted driving. Florida resident Anthony Ciarrocchi was so busy screaming at other drivers this week, that he didn’t realize he was driving directly into a tornado. In the dash cam footage he later posted on Facebook, you can see Ciarrocchi veering through traffic screaming at drivers who are pulling over to avoid the tornado he somehow can’t see. Even as debris starts landing on his car, he doesn’t stop honking. Fortunately, he came out of the incident unharmed. You can see the incredible footage below:
*Warning: video contains coarse language*
Hows was your ride to work? Can you say Tornado
Posted by Anthony Joseph Ciarrocchi on Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Looks like someone went postal. New York residents raised an eyebrow this week after they received blood-stained mail in their homes. Concerned, they contacted the postal service, who informed them a mail carrier had cut his finger during his route. Apparently, the staffer was unaware that he was bleeding all over people’s letters. The mail carrier was not reprimanded.