Instead of just getting fake IDs like the rest of us, three 19-year-olds from Covina, CA devised a plot to steal two 30-packs of Tecate beer from a local grocery.
According to police, Nicholas Kalscheuer and Nicholas Fiumetto each tried to walk out of the store with a case of the suds. However, a store employee noticed what they were doing and followed the duo, causing Kalscheuer to drop the beer before being detained by store security.
When Curtis and Katie bought a new house they had to deal with the gallons and gallons of breast milk they had stored in the freezer of their soon-to-be-old home.
The milk was there because the couple’s two children had spent time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit after being born, and they had pumped it out of fear that Katie would lose her ability to produce milk in the absence of a baby to feed.
Nicolas Cage has been involved in some pretty bizarre scenes as an actor, but a real-life incident that he described while promoting his home invasion thriller ‘Trespass’ at the Toronto Film Festival may top them all.
When police pulled over Arthur Lee Thompson, he immediately denied doing anything wrong. But he sure was about to. The 38-year-old Summerville, South Carolina man begin to fight with the officer, and in the confusion, Thompson managed to jump into the cop’s unoccupied cruiser, and take it on a terrifying 100 mph-plus joyride right down the middle of a busy two-lane road.
And the whole incident? Captured on a security camera mounted in the dashboard.
A Department of Sanitation truck somehow managed to smash halfway through the wall of a third story parking garage in Queens, New York Wednesday morning, leaving both the vehicle and the driver dangling perilously in the air.
Labor issues could very well wipe out the 2011-2012 NBA season, but a fledgling basketball league appears prepared to pick up the slack if Kobe Bryant, Dirk Nowitzki and company aren’t allowed to hit the hardwood.
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