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  Pile of Dog Poop Lands Man in Jail   (The [Macon] Telegraph)
  • A Georgia man is in a heap of trouble thanks to a "huge" mess that his dog left in the hallway of a Days Inn in Macon.
  •   Got $200,000? Buy the 'World's Largest Bottle of Catsup'   (UPI)
  • If you can squeeze about $200,000 out of your bank account, then one of the most iconic towers in America could be yours.
  •   Man Tries to Kill Spider, Sets House on Fire   (KIRO-TV)
  • The man who rented the house was trying to kill a spider in the laundry room with a can of spray paint and a lighter.
  •   Woman Flees In Ice Cream Truck After Underwear Theft   (UPI)
  • A woman is cooling her heels in jail after she stole underwear from a store and attempted to make her getaway in an ice cream truck.
  •   Man Facing Charges After Gumball Machine Attack   (UPI)
  • A man was arrested after he gummed up the works at a pizzeria.
  •   Three Skulls Donated To Thrift Store   (Associated Press)
  • Officials are searching for the person who donated three human skulls to a thrift store.
  •   Tow Truck Tried To Snag Cop Car   (Associated Press)
  • Authorities arrested the owner of Whoops Towing as he tried to haul off an undercover police car.
  •   Military Attempts To Draft 14,000 Dead Men   (UPI)
  • Most of the men were born between 1893 and 1897 and are no longer with us.
  •   Cook Finds God In Eggplant   (UPI)
  • The blessed vegetable was cut in such a manner that its seeds appeared to say "GOD" on the inside.
  •   "How To Survive The Running Of The Bulls" Author Gored   (UPI)
  • Bill Hillmann tripped during the bull run at the festival and was set upon by one of the charging beasts.
  •   Drunk Woman Rode Stolen Horse To Burglary   (UPI)
  • Christine Saunders was drunk when she stole someone's horse. She then used it to ride to the store she wanted to rob.
  •   Agents Find Live Parrots Hidden Inside Elmo Doll   (Associated Press)
  • Agriculture specialists found the birds after cutting open the doll when an X-ray revealed something unusual about the contents.
  •   Pilot Orders Pizza For Passengers After Storm Grounds Flight   (Associated Press)
  • Faced with potentially hungry — and grumpy — passengers, a pilot treated them to pizza when storms diverted a flight for a couple of hours.
  •   Drunken Man Tells Officer His Dog Drove Him to the Store   (Associated Press)
  • A man who appeared to be "highly intoxicated" was arrested after telling an officer that his dog drove him to the store so that he could purchase corn.
  •   Family Maintains Hold on Pit-Spitting Contest   (Associated Press)
  • When it comes to pit spitting, it's tough to beat the Krause family.
  •   UFO Landing Pad Opens in the Hope of Attracting Extraterrestrials To Earth   (The Daily Mirror)
  • "We're not crazy, we're open-minded," says local official.
  •   Mountain Lion Scares Shoppers   (Associated Press)
  • Authorities captured a mountain lion that startled people but didn't hurt anybody at a shopping center.
  •   Diamond Dog Coughs Up MIssing Wedding Ring   (Associated Press)
  • A woman who lost her diamond wedding ring five years ago had given up all hope of finding it.
  •   Man Walks Into Bank and Poops Several Times   (UPI)
  • A bank was closed temporarily after a man strolled in wearing shorts and flip-flops and deposited multiple poops on the floor.
  •   Teenagers Take Stolen Goat to McDonald's   (UPI)
  • Five teenagers are accused of stealing a goat from a local children's farm and taking it to McDonald's.
  •   Woman Shot While Gun Store Owner Demonstrates Concealed Carry Holster   (UPI)
  • A gun vendor may face criminal charges after shooting a woman in the leg while demonstrating a concealed carry wallet holster.
  •   Woman Charged with Arson After Lighting Fire to Kill Spider   (UPI)
  • A woman is facing arson charges after she set a small fire in her home while trying to kill a spider.
  •   Vandals Tag Sow, Piglets with Graffiti   (Reuters)
  • Vandals broke into a petting zoo this week and painted graffiti on a sow and her piglets.
  •   Former Chick-fil-A Employee Robs KFC   (Associated Press)
  • A man who worked at a Chick-fil-A restaurant has been accused of robbing a KFC.
  •   University Issues Diplomas with Misspelled Word   (Associated Press)
  • Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communication recently gave 30 diplomas to graduates on which the word "integrated" was spelled without the 'n.'
  •   Man Leads Police on Tractor Chase While Drunk   (UPI)
  • A man is facing a multitude of charges after leading police on a low-speed chase while he was drunkenly driving his tractor.
  •   Cyclist Suffers Concussion During Brutal Goose Attack   (UPI)
  • A cyclist who was attacked by a Canada goose while she was riding her bike spent five days in the hospital after suffering a concussion, a fractured cheekbone and facial lacerations.
  •   Boy in Trouble After Taking School Bus on Joyride to Walmart   (UPI)
  • A 12-year-old boy who allegedly took a school bus for a joyride made it 14 miles without having a problem until he tried to park at Walmart.
  •   Carjackers Fail in the Clutch, Can't Drive Stick   (Associated Press)
  • An attempted carjacking failed when three carjackers found they were in a vehicle with a manual transmission and none of them knew how to drive a stick shift.
  •   Men Throw Out $1 Million Ticket, Sues Lottery   (Associated Press)
  • Two men are suing after they threw out a Powerball ticket worth $1 million.
  •   Woman Scales Barrier to Feed Cookies to Lions   (Reuters)
  • A woman climbed over a railing, breached a barrier of thorn bushes and tried to feed lions cookies through a piano wire fence as she sang to them.
  •   Thief Forgets To Log Out After Checking Facebook During Burglary   (UPI)
  • Police arrested a burglary suspect who apparently forgot to log out of Facebook after checking his profile during a break-in.
  •   Hot Air Balloon Lands At Women's Prison   (Associated Press)
  • Inmates were sent indoors when a hot air balloon landed in the parking lot of a women's prison, but it wasn't an escape attempt.
  •   Boy Fakes Kidnapping To Avoid Going To The Dentist   (UPI)
  • A 12-year-old boy determined not go to the dentist decided the best way to get out of it was to fake his own kidnapping.
  •   Park Ranger Fired For Dancing On The Job   (UPI)
  • A park ranger says he was fired for dancing on the job after a visitor posted a video of him busting a move on Facebook.
  •   Reporter Gets Purse Stolen While Reporting On Woman Who Was Robbed Of Her Purse   (UPI)
  • A television reporter had her purse taken while she was reporting about a woman who was violently mugged for her purse and cellphone.
  •   Marine Fighting To Convince Department Of Veterans Affairs That He's Not Dead   (UPI)
  • A veteran is going through the battle of a lifetime while trying to convince the Department of Veterans Affairs that he's not dead.
  •   Friendly Neighborhood Spider Man Trial Underway   (UPI)
  • A costumed Spider-Man who usually entertains tourists is on trial for hitting a woman who didn't tip him.
  •   Bear Crashes Baseball Game   (UPI)
  • A baseball-loving bear stopped by an American Legion baseball game.
  •   Man Facing Charges After Throwing Drug-Stuffed Football Into Prison   (UPI)
  • A prison officer saw Christen Moore attempt to throw a pigskin containing heroin, marijuana, tobacco, three cell phones and chargers into the yard of the G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility.
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