I had a college roommate who slept with a bong in her bed. And another that had a boyfriend who she made take his shoes off and leave them in hall because his foot odor was so foul. I’ll never forget that smell. We’ve all had roommates from hell. But none as terrifying as York University student James White, otherwise known as the guy who cooked his roommate’s pet hamster.
When authorities arrived on the scene, they noticed a “strong smell coming from the kitchen” and found the animal in a frying pan. White confessed to cooking his roommate’s Syrian hamster while drunk to the “point of madness.” When cops asked his name, he referred to himself as “1,2,3,4.” (I think that qualifies as “drunk to the point of madness” or just … madness.) Eventually White confessed to cooking his roommate’s Syrian hamster.
Although he plead guilty in court, the prosecution was unable to confirm that the hamster was still alive when White cooked it. Because, apparently, that makes a difference. White walked away from the incident with a fine and a court order not to have pet for the next eight years. That doesn’t seem long enough. After the jump, the very graphic image of White’s hamster dish. [The Tab] Keep reading »
For every five decent people, there’s bound to be one sicko.
This means that on occasion, Jenna Jameson (or one of her well-endowed coworkers) might pop up when you least expect ‘em. Like in the classroom. On the news. At church. Or just about every other inappropriate place you can possibly imagine.
These scarred-for-life folks lived to tell about it. Read more…
Denver, Colorado, is known as the “Mile High City,’ on account of its remarkable elevation, but it may fast be gaining a reputation for something else. Thong terrorizing. That’s because there’s a “thong bandit” who’s been flashing his thong at unsuspecting women in the
The unnamed thong specialist has been walking around fully-clothed. He’ll then dash into an alley way or behind a building and disrobe, down to his pink – that’s right, pink — thong.
Sisqo fanatic, or something more sinister?
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Imagine this: your wallet gets stolen one night while you’re out with friends, and the thief uses your identity to write hundreds of dollars worth of bad checks. You report the crime to the police but they can’t track down a suspect. A couple weeks later, you’re waiting tables at your restaurant job when a girl comes in and orders a margarita. You ask for her ID, and… she hands you your stolen driver’s license. This is exactly what happened to Brianna Priddy, a waitress at an Applebee’s in Colorado, and she handled the situation way better than most of us would have: “I didn’t say anything,” Priddy told a local news station. “I handed [the ID] back to her and said, ‘Sure I’ll be right back with your margarita,’ went straight to the phone, called the cops.” Police arrived in minutes and arrested the woman for theft, identity theft, criminal impersonation, and possession of narcotics. Keep reading »
Peeps be so weird. World’s creepiest Realtor, Stephen Brumme, was caught on video rummaging through his clients’ drawers and stealing their clothes. The Arlington couple who own the home installed a camera after another bizarro real estate agent dropped a razor blade in their garbage disposal. (WHUT? These poor people have awful Realtor luck.)
They hoped that the camera would protect them from further real estate weirdness and allow them to be able to see the reactions of potential buyers during open houses. When the couple got home and found some of the woman’s clothes missing, they checked the footage and discovered Brumme was the clothing thief. Who knows what kind of wild things he was planning to do with those white t-shirts!
The 60-year-old was arrested on burglary charges. And yes, his real estate license was revoked. If we’ve learned anything from this couple plagued by psycho realtors, it’s that if you’re trying to sell your home, you might want to consider installing a camera. [Hypervocal]
This is J. Viewz. This is a video of him making music with vegetables. Like, really, with vegetables. I can’t really pretend like I get the technology, other than to say, I think he’s using some kind of kinetic pad in order to connect the veggies to his sampler. Either way, this vegetable-rific version of “Teardrop” is soothing to the soul (and belly). [Vimeo]