Italian town slapped with $900 fine after residents complain waterfall is too noisy
Will someone turn that waterfall OFF?! The town of Bellano, Italy, has been slapped with a fine after local residents complained that a nearby waterfall was so noisy, they couldn’t even watch television without closing their windows. They’re angry because the flow of water can be regulated, as it powers a small hydroelectric plant. But the mayor is refusing to pay the fine, calling it “absurd.”
Teen Asks Bystander To Hold Bloody Bag Of Cash At Crash Site
Yeah, that’s not sketchy. A teenager from Surrey, B.C. crashed his vehicle into another one driven by an 85-year-old and took off running. After two bystanders chased the teen down and brought him back to the crash site, he asked a woman to hold a bloody bag of money and requested her number so he could retrieve it later. She was actually going to return it, until witnesses convinced her it was a bad idea.
Scientists ready to test lab-grown penises on men
All right men, get to work. Penises grown using a patient’s own cells could be tested on men within the next five years, following a series of successful experiments on rabbits. But the lab-grown packages will only be used to help men who’ve had cancer or suffered severe injuries – they can’t be used for sex-change operations.
Exploding ‘pot pop’ removed from three marijuana shops
Talk about an intense trip. A store in Washington recently ordered 330 bottles of a new marijuana-infused pop to sell to its customers. But when the employees arrived the next day, they were greeted with a sticky mess of broken glass. The staff were baffled until they saw one of the bottles randomly explode themselves. When the store manager rounded the bottles up and put them all in a steel container, they continued spontaneously bursting for 10 days.
Family flees house with spiders ‘bleeding from the walls’
Even worse yet, the spiders were venomous. Brian and Susan Trost say they didn’t notice anything wrong with their new Missouri home when they moved in, but soon found themselves tangled in a web of horror. They say they found brown recluse spiders behind the wallpaper, in the air vents – there were even spiders on the ceiling that would fall into the shower. One expert estimated there were between 4,500 and 6,000 of them in the home. Eeek!