“Er…it wasn’t me!” When a homeowner in Michigan heard a commotion coming from another room this week, she quickly discovered that a woman had broken into her home. The alleged thief quickly fled after being noticed, but not before knocking over a tray of cupcakes and several other items in the scramble. After police caught up with her a few blocks away, officers said she was “highly intoxicated and had cupcake frosting and cake all over her torso and legs.” She’s since been charged with unlawful entry and malicious destruction of property.
Just call it “alternative” medicine. Song Wan had purchased an over-the-counter treatment for the ear infection he had been suffering with. But when he woke up in the middle of the night feeling pain and attempted to find the ear drops without turning the lights on, Wan accidentally picked up a bottle of super glue and squirted that in instead. When he realized his mistake, Wan was so freaked out he showed up at the hospital in his pajamas. The doctors told him to return in a week, and the glue was removed.
It’s not actually a joke. At least, according to the evidence we’ve seen online. Pet owners have been placing cucumbers behind their cats while they eat and then are filming the reactions. The result is always the same: The cat turns around, notices the cucumber and just loses it. There’s even a dedicated thread for the trend on Reddit, dubbed “cucumbers scaring cats.” Anyone care to explain what’s going on here?
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed! Florida man Reginald Neal, 23, woke up one morning deciding he had been disrespected by someone, and was going to deal with it in the worst way possible. The man took a stroll to his victim’s house, knocked on the door and proceeded to start a fight. The strangest part? When police arrived, Neal admitted he hadn’t seen or even talked to the victim recently, but “suddenly he felt disrespected” anyway. Neal is now facing charges of aggravated battery causing bodily harm.
Class is in session! Students at Mount Albert Grammar School in New Zealand recently received a rather strange email from their own school: a link to a pornographic image. When the school found out, they called the police to see if they could track down the person who hacked into their system. So far they’ve had no luck, but police believe they will be able to trace the cyber attack back to a specific location.