Thursday, March 20, 2014

Just When You a Thought You Heard It All News (3-22-2014)

Change is good, sometimes. It all depends on whether the change is positive or negative. But what seems like good change can actually be negative change especially if you get caught stealing it from work.

A sticky fingered former public works inspector for a northern New Jersey town has admitted stealing $460,000 in quarters.

Thomas Rica pleaded guilty Wednesday to four counts of theft. In return, prosecutors will recommend that he receive five years' probation and pay about $200,000 in restitution to Ridgewood.

The 43-year-old Hawthorne resident lost his job with Ridgewood in January 2013, following his arrest for taking $500 in coins from its parking meter collection room. But investigators later determined that he stole $460,000 overall.

He must have had a ton of laundry.

Authorities said the money was stolen over the course of 25 months. They say Rica was not authorized to be in the room but would enter it and fill his pockets with money.

They say he deposited the money more than 1.8 million quarters, into his bank account.

Let me just start by saying that I empathize and I sympathize with this woman. I've been there and I know where she's coming from. After all, the average person just can't understand what it's like to be perfectly toned, physically fit, and as lean as we are!

A woman says she was told her "toned body" was too "intimidating" for other gym members to handle, but the gym in question contends that's not exactly true.

Tiffany Austin says that she was working out at a Planet Fitness Gym in Richmond, Calif. on Monday when an employee approached her.

According to Austin, the staff member told her "excuse me we've had some complaints you're intimidating people with your toned body. So can you put on a shirt?”

Oh, snap! That happens to me each and every time I go to the beach.

Austin agreed, but as the first staff member went to go get her a free shirt, another staff member again told her that her body was too fit to be shown. It was at that point that Austin said she asked for a refund for her gym membership and bolted.

But Planet Fitness says the issue was not with Austin's body, but with her outfit.

In a recent statement made by Planet Fitness a spokesperson is quoted as saying. "In this particular instance, club staff received complaints from several members about Ms. Austin’s attire. As a result, a staff member informed her of the dress code policy and also offered to provide her with a free t-shirt to complete her workout. Planet Fitness’ dress code policy is based solely on attire and not physique, as members of all shapes and sizes are welcome in our clubs.”

It's takes all kinds of people to make a world. But the fact is, some of these people are such super freaks they'd make Rick James blush.

Police say a man in Lincoln, North Carolina sucked a woman's toes at a Wal-Mart after he convinced her he was a podiatry student and persuaded her to take off her shoes.

So what would have happened if he told her that he was a proctologist?

Detective Dennis Harris said the woman agreed to try on several pairs of shoes at the discount store in Lincolnton, and that at some point during the process, the man stuck her foot in his mouth. Harris said the man apparently tried the same thing at another Wal-Mart 15 miles away, where he told a woman he was conducting a survey on the feet of different races and nationalities.

The second woman also agreed to take off her shoes, but left when the suspect asked her to remove her socks.

Both confrontations happened Monday. Police are looking for the man.


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