Newlywed says she wants divorce because husband’s penis is too big
Bigger isn’t always better, folks. Nigerian woman Aisha Dannupawa requested a divorce after only one week of marriage because of her partner’s allegedly oversized package. It all started when Dannupawa moved into her husband’s parents’ home (as per tradition) where the newlyweds had sex for the first time. She called the experience a “nightmare” in court, but decided to give it another shot. “Two days later when he came to visit me, we had sex again, but the experience was too much to bear. It was then I knew that I could not continue with the marriage because of the size of his penis,” she reportedly said. The court told the couple to attempt to reconcile.
Meet the spider that refuses to die
If you’re already an arachnophobe, do yourself a favour and skip down to the next headline. An Australian man shot video of a terrifying, massive spider that was lurking where no spider should lurk: in a toilet bowl. He gives it a quick flush to get rid of the eight-legged freak, but the spider instead frantically struggles against the current, pulling itself out of the water and into freedom. *Shudder*
Naked man in box posts himself from UK to Australia
Kids, don’t try this at home. An Australian man who had been robbed in the U.K. needed to find a really cheap or free way to get home. His plan? Mail himself to the other side of the world. Reg Spiers built a custom-made box for the journey that he could fit inside, which included straps to hold him in place while it was being moved around. The outside of the crate was covered in paint and addressed to a fake Australian company. Inside, he packed food and a blanket, and remained in a fetal position until baggage handlers unloaded him.
Ohio Home Pelted by Eggs for a Year; Police Can’t Crack Case
And you thought Halloween pranksters were bad. Ohio resident Albert Clemens has lived in his home for more than 60 years and always loved it. He purchased it with his late wife and says he’ll “live and die” in that house. Unfortunately, almost every night for the past year, he’s been jostled awake by the sound of eggs smashing against his aluminum front door. Even police can’t find the culprits, and they’re beginning to think the eggs could be coming from blocks away. Authorities are offering a $1,000 reward for any solid leads.
Man Accused of Buying Auto Insurance From Scene of Car Wreck
Um…you might have to pay a premium on that. A Pennsylvania man is facing fraud charges after he allegedly called an insurance company from a crash scene to buy auto coverage, only to say that the wreck happened after the policy took effect. Prosecutors point to the fact that Michael Traveny filed a $3,900 claim the day after he requested the coverage. He faces a preliminary hearing March 17.