“I’d definitely come back,” 34-year-old Christian Willoughby wrote. The U.K. resident gave his jail cell quite a positive review, although added that it would’ve been better without the crummy “all day breakfast”. “Room was nice, the minimalistic idea was a nice touch,” Willoughby wrote. “Had my own on-suite (sic) room and butler…Who would come with tea and newspapers.” For the record, Willoughby was only in a holding cell at a police station, and would only say he was being held there over something “minor”.
That’s a little awkward. You can only imagine the look on Abragh Mohamed’s face when several of his friends call to say that his wife, who he buried two years ago, called in to a TV show. Mohamed had been told his wife died in a car accident, and held a funeral for her. But that couldn’t have been right, because she later called into a TV show designed to reconnect old lovers, and offered up his name and former address. It’s still unclear how they lost contact, or where Mohamed’s wife has been this whole time.
First a tumbleweed invasion, now this. Residents in Winton were happy when it finally rained following a drought, but that joy turned to shock when they realized they got more than just water. Members of the community started finding fish all over the ground–tiny fish. And according to an expert quoted in the article, it’s actually possible they did indeed fall from the sky. Because of their small size, Ecologist Dr. Peter Unmack reportedly said while unlikely, the fish can sometimes get swept up into rain clouds.
Posted by Tahnee Oakhill on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
If you’re the “slow and steady” type, this could be the perfect job for you! An ad posted on Craigslist is seeking a tortoise walker, and the only qualifications you need are to be an “animal person” and “good with people”. “I’m hiring a tortoise walker, because I want Henry to enjoy more park days when it’s 70+ out and when I’m on vacation,” the ad reads. The turtle is also “surprisingly quick”. And while it’s possible the ad is a joke, the uploader added photos of Henry.
Stay in school, kids. Cyber criminals were able to access the servers of the Bangladesh Bank, where they managed to swipe a shocking $81 million. To do this, they hit the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank with thousands of requests for money transfers to foreign companies. While that might sound pretty brilliant (in the criminal sense), the hackers drew the attention of authorities after they misspelled “foundation”. While there is no word on whether or not the hackers are in custody, most of the money has since been returned.