It must be true...
I read it in the tabloids
A woman in southern China was so attached to her designer handbag that she climbed into a train station’s X-ray security scanner to stay with it. The woman placed her shoulder bag in the luggage scanner, as instructed, but shocked security guards by clambering onto the conveyer belt to ride along with it. Officials said her behavior was foolish, noting that “radiation from the machine is incredibly harmful to human health.”
A German lawyer has pleaded with police for help after being bombarded every day with dozens of unwanted pizza pie deliveries. Guido Grolle says he’s received more than 100 pizzas at his office in a few weeks, with delivery drivers often passing one another as they drop off the boxes. Before even leaving home in the morning, Grolle says, he gets emails notifying him that the first pizzas are on the way to his office. The lawyer says he has no clue who would do this, but wants police to find the prankster and stop the deliveries. “You can hardly get any work done,” he says.
An Idaho man was arrested after he allegedly stole aluminum irrigation pipes from a farm to sell for scrap and then drove off with the 40-foot poles sticking sideways out his car’s windows and into oncoming traffic. The pipes struck and damaged at least three cars driving in the opposite direction, and one victim called 911 to report the unusually wide load. Police charged suspected thief Brett Anderson with possession of stolen property and reckless driving. Officers said Anderson, 47, repeatedly told them “this was dumbest thing he’d done in his entire life.” ■