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November 01, 2017

TOTALLY JUSTIFIED

A 53-year-old woman was arrested in Palm Bay after biting her husband when he changed their computer password at home.

(Thanks to John Mayson)

YOU THINK YOUR JOB IS STRESSFUL?

Check this out.

(Thanks to Jon Harris)

BUT OF COURSE

Baby named Frankenstein born at Florida hospital on Halloween

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

INCREDIBLY, ALCOHOL APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN INVOLVED

Sebastian Man Found Walking Around In Underwear

(Thanks to John Mayson)

WELL, YOU WOULDN'T WANT ANYTHING TO HAPPEN TO THE POOL

A Wisconsin woman has been charged with second degree recklessly endangering safety after she allegedly had her 9-year-old son ride on top of her minivan to hold down a plastic pool.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins, The Perts, Patty Villanova, Linda Schutjer, Roberto, coscolo and Another Ralph)

WE BLAME GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

Headless 400-pound tuna found in woods

Related: Headless presenter delivers weather forecast while holding face by his waist during spooky Halloween broadcast

(Thanks to Le Petomane)

THIS IS WHY WE LOVE BRAZIL

Woman attacks man with her breasts ‘for staring at her’

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

HE'S A BOY, THAT'S WHY

It’s not entirely clear why the boy placed the magnets up his nose in the first place

(Thanks to The Perts)

IT'S AUSTRALIA, SO THE STRAP COULD ACTUALLY BE DEADLY

Snake catcher called to woman's home to remove rubber strap

(Thanks to Ralph)

CSI: CRESTVIEW

An inmate accused of stealing another man’s cigarettes was busted when they were found in his anus.

(Thanks to Ralph)

THE TAPE IS WHAT MAKES IT LEGAL

11:43 a.m. A Kalispell man got into a fight over money with his brother. The brother allegedly assaulted the man who in turn made a “citizens arrest” by tying up his brother with duct tape.

You know the county.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

AND WE'RE WAY BELOW SQUIRRELS

Humans don't use as much brainpower as we like to think and are on a par with shrews, lemurs and pygmy marmosets

(Thanks to Patty Villanova)

FLORIDAAAAAAAAA

Resident facing DUI offered tap dance to officer

(Thanks to Le Petomane)

 
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