Αγωγή στους πρώην εργοδότες του άνδρα της κατέθεσε η Louann Clem για παράνομη απόλυση επειδή αεριζόταν στον χώρο εργασίας του.
Τόσο ο 70χρονος Richard όσο και η γυναίκα του εργαζόντουσαν στο Case Pork Roll Company στο Trenton του New Jersey. Η εταιρία τον απέλυσε τον Φεβρουάριο του...
Richard Clem is in a stinky situation: His wife filed a lawsuit last month against their former employer who allegedly fired him for farting too much.
The 70-year-old man and his wife, Louann, both worked at Case Pork Roll Company of Trenton, New Jersey. He was fired in February,...
DENVER (AP) — A wedding gift was no joke to TSA agents checking bags in a screening room at Denver International Airport.
An agent watching an X-ray monitor spotted wax and fuses inside a checked bag at the airport.
UPPER DARBY, Pa. (AP) — Police in the Philadelphia suburbs say the Man of Steal was undone by his Superman T-shirt.
The Philadelphia Daily News (http://bit.ly/1j2FlJO ) reports 18-year-old Kyree Henneghan was charged with two Upper Darby burglaries...
Folks in Bushland, Texas, may have been a little teary-eyed on Tuesday because of a very stinky situation.
It seems a...
The internet is abuzz about the story of a San Diego man who attempted to get past a car breathalyzer by having a raccoon blow into the device.
It's a funny story. But we're sorry to report that it's pure fiction, police tell the Huffington Post.
According to both
Weed probably do things differently next time.
A Florida woman who allegedly attempted to buy $75 worth of marijuana only to be...
China has the biggest population of people -- and the smallest land snails.
Researchers in in Guangxi Province in southern China have discovered a new species of land snail that measures a mere 0.86 mm in shell height.
The species, called angustopila dominikae,...
A Florida man is behind bars after being accused of tossing a liter of "deadly urine" at a police officer.
Alfonsa Loftin, of West Palm Beach, was arrested last Tuesday morning after a Palm Beach County deputy responded to a call at his house.
For some people, every time is the right time for a selfie.
One in five millennials are...
A Broadway actor is getting praise for something unusual: Coming to the defense of a disruptive audience member.
During a recent performance of "The King And I," a child with autism started yelling during a quiet moment in the show.
Actor Kelvin Moon Loh, who is part...
Mr. Wilson won't be happy to hear this, but Dennis the Menace may finally...
When the going gets freaky, the freaks get going.
That's how it went downSaturday in Baltimore at the city's Shindig Festival.
While "normal" festivalgoers enjoyed the music of rock acts like Stone Temple Pilots and Godsmack, the weirder guests headed over to the Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Sidestage.
Lizardman Erik Sprague did his cranial corkscrew -- with metal twisting up his nose and out his mouth.
Melody Magpie gave Lil Bub a burlesque makeover. Titano Oddfellow, The Illustrated Penguin, Monsters of Schlock, Reverend Valentine, Bunny Vicious, Lady Octavia, and other sideshow stars took the stage.
HuffPost Blogger and Alex Doll of Atomic Doll Productions produced the event, sponsored by Ripley's Believe It Or Not! of Baltimore.
Enjoy these photos, and have a freaky weekend!
Deputies in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, have arrested a couple accused of leaving a 20-month-old baby alone on a beach while they went jogging naked.
Friends don’t let friends eat burritos and drive.
A burrito may be the reason why Albuquerque bus driver Jeremy Perea crashed into three cars back in July, 2014.
Newly released surveillance video shows Perea was eating a burrito behind the wheel at the time of the crash. At one point, he can be seen taking both hands off the wheel in order to take a bite, KOB TV reports.
The video shows Perea putting down the burrito and apparently taking his eyes off the road. The driver doesn't seem to notice a line of cars stopped ahead of him until he hit one car, causing a chain reaction of crashes.
One driver injured in the crash is now suing the City of Albuquerque for damages.
City officials aren't commenting on the lawsuit, but told KOAT TV that bus drivers aren't allowed to eat or drink while driving.
Because of the collision, Perea was required to go through training again.
“Our driver was disciplined for eating and drinking on the job, which is against our policy, and for causing the accident. And he has not been in an accident since that day,” ABQ RIDE Public Information Officer Rick De Reyes told ABC News.
Although the bus driver's love of burritos may have contributed to the accident, some Albuquerque locals think people are making too big a deal out of it.
"He was hungry and still doing his job," Allan Guz wrote on KOB TV's Facebook page. "My tax money is ok to feeding our city workers. If he was at some restaurant having drinks then driving lets talk. This is stupid to bash somebody for."
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A man who claimed at trial that his "evil twin" robbed 10 gas stations, convenience and beer stores in eastern Pennsylvania must spend at least 60 years in prison.
The (Allentown) Morning Call (http://bit.ly/1WfuQRp...