Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (6-6-2015)
Despite what it looks like, this man is a "good" dad. Just a little unorthodox.
A Chicago man arrested on drug charges allegedly chewed off the seat belt in a cop car because he didn't want to miss his son's birthday party!
Spoiler alert: He didn't make it.
Lashon Stuckey, 33, was arrested Monday afternoon after police say they saw him selling $30 worth of herion on a street on the city's Near West side, .
Stuckey was placed in a squad car and taken to a nearby station. During the brief drive, the Stuckey managed to chew through his seat belt, causing several hundred dollars worth of damage.
Officers said Stuckey told them he didn't want to miss his son's birthday party.
Wow! What an awesome Dad!!!
As heartwarming as his excuse might sound, for some strange reason, the police just didn't buy it.
Stuckey was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of criminal damage to property.
A super inappropriate extra credit assignment that suggested student pose for selfies with their parent's sex toys has aroused controversy among parents and resulted in a probe for the teacher.
The controversy concerns Wing Wah Leung, a 10th grade geometry teacher at Enceni High School in Alameda, California.
Leung is said to have suggested students pad their grades by searching in their parent's drawers for condoms, dildos, vibrators and other adult toys and taking photos with the erotic items.
Kimberly Cobene said that her daughter said Leung added, “if you got caught, that would be funnier.”
Actually him getting caught is funnier!
Not every student took the extra credit offer as a joke.
There are reports one not particularly intellectually gifted student went through with the assignment and showed his photos to fellow students as an example of what the photos should look like.
“If the kids took it as a joke, then why did one kid take it serious and actually didthe extra credit work, and was shown as an example in class?” Garcia told the station.
No word as to whether this freaky teacher has been fired yet or whether the fool who actually turned in the photo will be left back or not.
What's the opposite of a Happy Meal?
This McDonald's marriage proposal, served between two buns, which ended with an unfortunate rejection.
"I met my girlfriend 2 years ago in LA. I've never been good at planning in advance which is why we wound up ending our first date at this exact McDonalds," Michael Joseph, the Los Angeles based man who actually had the nerve to propose at a McDonalds drive-thru wrote in a description accompanying a video he uploaded of the failed proposal. "She joked for months about how 10 years down the road I would probably propose to her in a chicken nugget box so I thought she would love when I surprised her this way."
Inspired by that memorable first date, Joseph decided to pop the big question by convincing McDonald's to put the engagement ring atop the patty of a Crispy Chicken Deluxe sandwich. He placed a hidden camera in his car to film the proposal.
Perhaps McDonald's forgot the special sauce, because things didn't quite go as planned. While his girlfriend is initially speechless after finding the ring, she recovers enough to say, "This is a joke."
"You're not serious," she continues, covering her mouth in surprise as she realizes he totally is. "This is not what you do," she says, as she alternates between laughing and sobbing. "You can’t ask me to marry you in a chicken sandwich."
In a subsequent interview with Australian news outlet ninemsn, Joseph days that he uploaded the video to you tube at the behest of his friends, even though it was filmed in late May.
"It was a doofus move by me," he acknowledged in the interview, "but it wasn't a tragedy. I couldn't care less if people call me or dumb or not ... I think the people who know me understand. It's humiliating, a little, I guess but I don't pay attention to stuff like that."
"We agreed to wait longer until it's time to get engaged," Joseph wrote in the video description.
If he asked us in the drive-thru at Burger King she would have probably said yes!