From art to trash bins and everything in between; nothing is safe from vandals.
A couple in Spain, who decided to make sweet love in a park known for its teen drinking parties and covert liaisons, was rudely interrupted when the cover of the well shaft on which they were consummating their mutual admiration failed, causing the woman to plunge into the icy water below.
In Belgium, a math teacher threatens to reveal who dies in Game of Thrones if the classroom doesn’t quiet down. How does he know who dies? He read the books.
There are many excellent reasons not to drive while under the influence, but being the half naked, passed-out-drunk guy wearing his pants as a straightjacket has got to be among the top 10.
And when we say ridiculous, we mean mind numbingly so.
Sobering images of St. Patrick’s Day revelers arrested.
It seems that for every sucker born, there’s a grifter and a scam born too; from con artists like Elmyr de Hory and Frank Abagnale, Jr. to ingenious and not-so-ingenious hoaxes like the Lochness Monster and the Man in the Moon.
Police in in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, got a call from a terrified girl, who reported a crocodile in her family’s backyard, saying that it was about to attack her, and that it was flapping its tongue. That should have been a clue.
Turns out, when you go on a bender, it’s preferable to sleep it off, not “drive it off.” Driving it off is frowned on by law enforcement — even in Florida.
A look at some outrageous use, misuse and outright abuse of the 911 emergency response system.