Scotland theatre sends X-rated DVDs to parents instead of school play footage
“Um…I don’t think this is Timmy’s play.” The Edinburgh Playhouse has apologized to parents after sending them pornographic videos instead of footage from their children’s school play. The mixup was caught within 48 hours and 100 dvds have been recalled. The theatre blamed the mixup on a “terrible error,” but there hasn’t been any word on whether or not any children saw the footage.
TGI Friday’s mistletoe drone ‘crashes into woman’s face and cuts it open’
How romantic. Restaurant chain TGI Fridays came up with a neat idea to attach mistletoe to a drone and fly it over customers, and then record their reactions via a built in camera. It was a good idea, in theory. When the company was showing it off to reporters in the U.K., the drone’s operator tried to land it on one of their heads. But the wire that held the mistletoe to the drone got caught in her hair, and eventually one of the machine’s blades hit her in the face and cut her nose open.
Woman who can’t stop eating TOILET PAPER says ”I like to feel the texture in my mouth’
Mmmm, two-ply. Jade Sylvester says she deveoped a craving for toilet paper during a recent pregnancy, but it never went away after giving birth. Sylvester, who eats as much as a roll a day, says her strange habit is all about the texture, not flavour. “I like the feeling of the texture in my mouth, rather than the taste. I like the dryness,” she told The Mirror. She also says the paper hasn’t caused her any health issues.
Man Says He Masturbates Naked In Yard Because Mom Banned Porn
Maybe he should try using his imagination next time…while still indoors. Police allegedly found 21-year-old Anthony Smith naked and playing with himself in his own yard after two people called in to report seeing him. Once caught, officers say Smith told them he was out there because his mom wouldn’t let him watch pornography in the house. He also told investigators that he gets a “high” from walking around naked hoping that someone will see him. We’re sure he’s thrilled right now.
Ben Edelman, Harvard Business School Professor, Goes to War Over $4 Worth of Chinese Food
You’d think a Harvard professor wouldn’t be too worried about losing $4, but apparently every penny counts. Ben Edelman ordered $53.35 worth of Chinese food, but quickly learned the mom-and-pop restaurant had overcharged him by $4. It turns out the restaurant hadn’t updated the website to reflect new pricing, which really set the hungry man off. While most people would let this roll off their shoulders, most people aren’t Edelman. He invoked the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Statute and made multiple threats of legal action in a chain of emails that seemed almost endless.