Fun-loving criminal, Michelle Watson, didn’t let a little ol’ arrest spoil her evening. When Michelle was pulled over for hitting numerous curbs and driving her Honda Civic up on the sidewalk, she cursed at a cop, shoved him, and kicked him in the balls. Yes, in case you were wondering, she was extremely intoxicated. On the upside, her mugshot is fabulous. Thumbs up, Michelle! [Huffington Post]
Meanwhile, here are 10 other women in cuffs who made the most of their mugshots.
There’s nothing better than playing with your food and these transformative utensils are guaranteed to make every meal more fun. This creative knife and fork set is made from reusable, dishwasher-safe plastic. It also comes with a handy rubberized grip, which interlocks to become a pair of easy-to-use, spring-loaded chopsticks. Perfect for the chopstick impaired! Enjoy your sushi … or turkey … or whatever is for dinner.
A couple of weeks ago we heard about a family who witnessed some ghosts getting freaky in their living room, but at least those humping haunts had the decency to keep their phantasmagorical paws to themselves. UK woman, Doris Birch, isn’t quite so lucky. For the last four months, the 73-year-old grandmother claims that she has been groped nightly by a ghost. “It’s like an octopus … I was lying in bed when I felt this creepy pair of hands. I kicked frantically and it went away. Next time it came I hurled the duvet on to the floor!” she said of her visitor. It’s obvious that she’s dealing with an incubus, a male demon that lies upon sleeping women and tries to have sex with them. Or she is suffering from dementia. Either one. Keep on clicking for more stories of (alleged) sexual encounters of the third kind. [Huffington Post]
Adele was a star at 19, but at 21, she’s become one of the most sought after performers in the world. Now you can watch her perform her deeply personal collection of songs inspired by heartbreak on her new DVD, “Live At The Royal Albert Hall.” The DVD, due out November 29, features a 90-minute live concert, behind the scenes footage, and a CD of the entire show. It’s even better than a front row seat!
WIN THIS! Adele’s devastating breakup inspired her to write many of the songs that eventually became 21. She turned her pain into music that touched her fans’ hearts and sold millions of records. If only every breakup turned into a hit album! Tell us in the comments about your first major heartbreak and how you dealt with it —the tales that move us the most will win a copy of Adele’s “Live At The Royal Albert Hall” DVD. Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, November 29, 2011. We’ll pick our favorite responses and announce the winners on Wednesday, November 30. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules here.) Good luck!
This year, in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, The Frisky staff is going to be sharing our lists of what we’re thankful for. Amelia, Jessica, and Julie all shared — now it’s time for Ami! Keep reading »
Charla Nash, the woman who was viciously attacked by a friend’s chimpanzee, gave her first interview on “The Today Show” since receiving a face transplant. Because Charla is blind, she can’t see her new visage, but tells Meredith Viera, “I’ve had people tell me I’m beautiful and nobody ever told me I was beautiful before.” OK, that got me. Pass the Kleenex. Most moving is the fact that Charla doesn’t display an ounce of self-pity; she’s too busy indulging in her favorite comfort foods at IHOP and encouraging legislation to prohibit keeping wild animals as pets. Such an inspiration. [Buzzfeed]