Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (8-23-2014)
A bone-headed pizza delivery man allegedly lied about witnessing a beheading near Rochester, New York to escape punishment from his boss for a late delivery. Maybe he was afraid that the boss was going to have his head.
Police from several departments spent hours Wednesday night searching for a machete-wielding man that Mason Requa said he saw decapitate a 7-year-old girl...........
Requa later confessed that he concocted the story because he feared his boss would fire him for taking too long with a delivery, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Department.
Authorities charged him with falsely submitting an incident, a misdemeanor, and one count of pure, unadulterated stupidity.
This story is simply unbee-lievable!
Okay, ok, I couldn't resist.
A New York City woman had some unexpected roommates living in her apartment: 50,000 bees.
I just started itching!
Beekeepers removed the swarm from Frieda Turkmenilli's ceiling this week after her neighbors in Queens alerted the building manager.
Turkmenilli says she saw only a few bees buzzing around over the last few weeks and never realized how many had taken up residence right above her head.
The beekeepers say the bees and the 17 honeycombs they built are headed to an upstate farm.
Turkmenilli says she already misses them and wishes they had left behind some honey. Well at least they weren't Wu Tang killer bees.
Who'd turn down a guy like this? A stripper!
William McDaniel 53, was arrested last Saturday night after he allegedly called police to complain that a stripper would not have sex with him.
McDaniel had been visiting Sagebrush Sam's in Butte, Montana, where police say he gave a woman $350 for a private dance. The dance ended abruptly when McDaniel allegedly became "sexually aggressive" towards the dancer.
Unhappy that his advances were denied, the man allegedly called 911 to inform authorities that the woman would not have sex with him.
Authorities responded by charging dumb McDaniel with soliciting prostitution.
Butte-Silver Bow Undersheriff George Skuletich told The Montana Standard that McDaniel felt he was "ripped off" and "assumed he paid the $350 for sexual acts that didn't occur."