A collection of crimes guaranteed to spoil your appetite.
Yesterday was national “Eat What You Want Day.” Today, to curb your appetite, we present a collection of 16 items you absolutely, positively will not want to eat.
You heard it everybody: Very soon, it will be legal in Montana to eat your very own road kill, or someone else’s. This in response to concerns that roadkill is a waste of meat that some might otherwise hunt to eat. Even so many find the concept unpalatable to say the least.
A man in Canberra, Australia, showed up in the emergency room in early August 2013, with “bleeding urethral meatus” and a 4-inch fork shoved up inside it.
Everyone in Dafeng, China, in the eastern province of Jiangsu has a non-stop case of the “willies” after over 1.5 million cockroaches were released from a breading facility into the surrounding area. Officials from the department of disease control are still trying to figure out how to kill them all.
The crime that revolted the nation not long ago, may have been solved. Floridian Ronald Eugene Robinson, who was arrested for returning enemas he personally used to a Florida CVS, has been indicted on felony charges of tampering. If convicted he faces ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
A woman was enjoying her evening at a Shooters Grill and Bar in Boulder, Colo., when Timothy Paez sidled up to her and slipped his arm around her. She expressed her disinterest in his advances, and he expressed his dismay — by peeing on her leg.
The unidentified white male returned the enemas to the store saying that he didn’t need them anymore. In truth, he didn’t need them, because he had already used them all.
A Chandler, Arizona, man recently decided he really wanted a beer that he didn’t want to pay for. That’s when Tomas Arenas, 56, allegedly went to a local Walmart, on June 19 around Miller time, grabbed a beer, and walked out with it.