Behold, the world’s most adorable DUI. But seriously, someone at Bobby’s birthday party should have really stopped this little guy at his fourth Capri Sun.
A Kansas City woman who was sick of mowing her lawn… covered it up with 80 tons of sand.
The woman is now 60-years-old. She didn’t want to take the time to mow or water her yard.
Several of her neighbors are unhappy with the sand and claim it will hurt the property value of their homes.
City inspectors say she hasn’t violated any ordinances because the sand is being used for landscaping purposes.
If there’s one thing all these people have in common, it’s not that they’re trying to get in shape and be healthy; it’s that they’re all morons.
GWAR has announced plans to open a restaurant later this summer in the band’s hometown of Richmond, Virginia.
GWAR has joined forces with Richmond’s restaurateur of the year 2013 (Travis Croxton) to bring to life one of the last dreams of their fallen singer, Oderus Urungus… the GWARbar!
This kid has it rough. I mean, there was one time when I was 18 that I had to choose between two girls, and neither of them were really my girlfriend at the time. Natrually, I chose the wrong one. Hope this kid has better luck than me. – Dan
Surprisingly well, too.
Admit it, he plays better than you do.
Whoops. Maybe try keeping your hands on the wheel next time??
CALIFORNIA — Every day, motorists are caught by red light cameras. But in Marysville, Calif., on Saturday, police say it happened the other way.
Manuel Montano Herrera, 19, allegedly slammed into a pole with a traffic camera mounted on it. When the pole landed in the back of his pickup truck, police say Herrera drove off with it.
One witness managed to snap a photo of Herrera when he stopped later, apparently to adjust or attempt to remove the camera and pole. The photo was shared on Twitter:
“The pole ended up flipping over into the back of the bed of the vehicle … the vehicle sped off and actually stopped at the next light and turned the corner from there and took off,” Arnold Romero, a paramedic who saw it unfold, told CBS Sacramento.
Police told KXTV the photo helped them to locate Herrera, who was found at a friend’s house, where he was allegedly trying to get rid of the camera.
Herrera reportedly said he left the scene of the accident because he was late for work.
Herrera was charged with a hit-and-run traffic collision and grand theft. The camera and pole have been recovered, and the city says repairs will cost several thousand dollars.
Action movies are fun to watch, but they really take things too far. Everything, from a chase to a fight, is over dramatized until it’s not even realistic anymore. Ryan Higa takes viewers on a trip into the world of action movies, and demonstrates the difference between the movie world and reality in this new extended clip.
Turns out Shawn’s irrational fear of pool pumps isn’t so irrational.
Three children were shocked by an improperly wired swimming pool pump in Hialeah, Florida.
Video showing footage shows one little girl make her way over the metal hand rail and when she touches it, her head goes back and she freezes. Her muscles were paralyzed by electricity and she was unable to let go.
Fortunately there was a man on the steps just a few feet away. He realized something was wrong and tried to grab the child and was briefly shocked too, but was eventually able to yank the girl out of the water.
Inspectors say a total of three children were shocked when the pool pump, which wasn’t properly grounded, malfunctioned and electrified the water.
The children were lucky to survive their shocking. So far, city records show no official code violations or fines have been issued to the property owners.