Man Swapped Furniture While Neighbors Away
What could possibly go wrong? A Washington state couple returned to their home Monday to find their loveseat, its matching chair, a king-sized mattress and other belongings gone. In a strange twist though, they had all been given replacements: a recliner, a TV stand, and empty beer bottles and pizza boxes. Police didn’t have to work very hard to find the culprits, as one left behind a traffic ticket stating his name and address, while the second alleged thief left a pizza receipt with his information. Court records show both men are now in jail.
Man arrested after allegedly putting cow tongues down his pants
…Were you still going to eat those? Jason Puckett of Florida was charged with misdemeanor theft after a Walmart security guard said he caught him stuffing cow tongues down his pants. Why would he do that? It’s a tough call. We do know that cow tongues are considered a delicacy in some parts of the world, though. They retailed for about $35 each.
Undercover naked security guards deployed to crack down on hanky panky in saunas
Things have been getting a little too hot in the saunas of Linz, Austria lately. Staff at a fitness centre were forced to hire security guards to sit naked in steam rooms so they could catch people who were trying to have sex (saunas in Austria are typically unisex). The undercover officers have already caught two couples “at it,” and told them not to return.
Woman stabs boyfriend for starting Thanksgiving dinner without her
We bet he’s feeling real thankful these days. According to police, a Pennsylvania woman who was napping after drinking a lot of alcohol woke up, only to find her boyfriend already chowing down on their holiday meal. She must have been really hungry or something, because Jack-Lyn Blake then allegedly chased the man around the dining room table, before stabbing him under the eye. He was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries, while Blake was charged with aggravated assault and making terrorist threats.
Man steals ambulance, heads to strip club
Where else are you supposed to go with a stolen ambulance? Police say EMS employees were returning a stretcher to the vehicle when 50-year-old man Bryan Kryscio hopped in. Unfortunately for him, one of the employees had left their cell phone in the ambulance and police were able to trace it. When officers finally caught up with Kryscio, they said he told them he was on his way to “Booby Trap” to “see some pole dancing.” He has since been charged.