Don’t hide any eggs from this guy. A man dressed as the Easter Bunny got into a scuffle with several shoppers at a New Jersey mall on Sunday, after someone’s daughter allegedly fell off of his lap. Video of the incident shows that the man in the bunny costume seems to be raging mostly at one person in a brown shirt. While no charges have been filed yet, police are still investigating. You can see the brawl yourself in the video below:
Easter bunny throwin the hands @ Newport Lmfaoo pt1 pic.twitter.com/Y7goiuf4Ap
— Kev (@2jrb123) March 20, 2016
If you have any old Blockbuster rentals lying around, you might want to bring them back. A police officer recently stopped North Carolina man James Meyers for a broken tail-light. But when he checked out Meyers’ license, he found an old warrant charging him for the theft of a “Freddy Got Fingered” VHS tape. Meyers thought the whole thing was a joke until the officer slapped a pair of handcuffs on him. To make matters worse, the video rental store he borrowed the tape from isn’t even in business anymore, meaning he can’t physically return it. Meyers is hoping to have the charge dismissed.
Because it’s 2016. The city of Selma, Alabama is planning a crackdown on horses who are not wearing diapers. The move is in response to a law passed three years ago that requires the animals to wear diapers when they are on city streets, but Councilman Michael Johnson says riders haven’t been obeying it. As a result, foul odours and other sanitary issues have become somewhat of a problem. Police say warnings will be given for first-time offenders, with citations reserved for those who get caught more than once.
Looks like the fantasy is officially over. An Oxfam bookshop in the U.K. has received so many copies of Fifty Shades of Grey as donations, that not only have staff built a fort out of the books, they’ve started asking customers to stop bringing them in. “We appreciate all the donations,” the shop’s owner, Phil Broadhurst said. “But less Fifty Shades and more Sixties and Seventies vinyl would be good.” The shop has since been handing the copies over to a different book-selling company.
Woohoo! Hooting and hollering is now legal in Bracebridge, Ont., but we wouldn’t recommend residents go running amok just yet. You see, there are some problems with the new law. When Graydon Smith, the town’s mayor, was asked to provide an example of what a “hoot” sounds like, he said it’s up to the “individual ears” of the citizens to figure out. Still, hooting and hollering is now allowed from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., which means most late-night drunken shenanigans will still be prohibited. The bylaw passed unanimously on Wednesday.