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March 04, 2020

GUYS IN ACTION

Man burns down entire building trying to kill snake

Of course: It is unclear if the snake was killed in the inferno.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

SHOWING WHERE THE RADIOACTIVE SPIDER BIT HIM?

Driver dressed in Spider-Man costume exposed himself to woman at red light in Manassas, police say

(Thanks to pharmaross)

‘IT’S FAIRLY BLATANT AND IT’S QUITE BOLD AS WELL’

Australian thief uses fishing rod to steal Versace necklace

(Thanks to Matt Filar, Fabian Marson And Doug Ogg)

HE HAD A GOOD RUN

New driver crashes his car into river 10 minutes after passing driving test while texting mates

(Thanks to Allen at Division, who says “Doubtless heading toward Florida.”)

SENSIBLE

Coronavirus: Woman microwaves £300 to ‘disinfect notes’, but burns them to a crisp

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)

ALWAYS CARRY EXTRAS

Man 1,119 times over alcohol limit saved by doctors who administered 15 cans of beer

(Thanks to Allen at Division)

STAND TALL, THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN STILL STAND

2020’s Most Overweight and Obese Cities in the U.S.

KTVB7 TACKLES THE ISSUES

Idaho's 'Spuddy Buddy' eats potatoes. Does that make him a cannibal?

It took two people to write this story.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

SENIOR GUYS IN ACTION

60-year-old surfer fights off Great White shark by punching it

(Thanks to Suzie Q Wacvet)

WE’RE NOT SURE THIS IS GOOD NEWS

A gigantic asteroid almost as large as Mount Everest is zooming toward Earth next month, but NASA says not to worry -- it's not expected to collide with our planet.

(Thanks to John Lobert)

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

Cyril Schreiner decided to fill his bath with orbeez - silicone balls that expand in water - for his latest online video.

(Thanks to John Lobert)

MEANWHILE IN FLATHEAD COUNTY

9:15 p.m. A man called 911 asking to speak to a deputy. Apparently, someone waved to him earlier in the day and this was, for some reason, worthy of talking to law enforcement.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE LIGHTING FIXTURE?

You’ll need a high ceiling.

(Thanks to John Lobert)

FUNCTIONAL, YET ATTRACTIVE (TO BATS)

Chinese company invents bat-like suit to protect from coronavirus

(Thanks to pharmaross, Rod Nunley and John Lobert)

HEY, IT WORE A SUIT

A man brought a llama to his sister's wedding, delighting just about everyone but the bride

(Thanks to Not My Usual Alias and Jeff Meyerson)

 
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