Shadow man on the moon!

A shadowy figure was spotted on the moon’s surface last month, and YouTube user Wowforreeel started using Google Moon, a    moon mancollection of millions of NASA images made public. Of course, the shadow might be explained in a number of ways, particularly as a trick of light or a camera lens glitch. But, since it appears to be rising a great distance from the surface of the Moon and it looks like a human form – what is it?! Some media sites are pointing to the figure’s alleged resemblance to the ancient Greek statue, “The Colossus of Rhodes,” which is thought to have sunk into a harbor after a massive earthquake in 226 B.C.  Yeah, that’s feasible…

Some people get hit in the head by stray frisbees, others get stabbed by a knife plummeting through the air. It appears that was the case for 57-year-old Chinese man Yunzhi Xiao. Xiao was casually walking in his home when he noticed a knife protruding from his head. So where did the knife come from? Apparently as Xiao was walking underneath a high-rise apartment building, the knife fell from an eighth-floor balcony in what has to be one of the worst cases of timing ever. Xiao said he felt a “very heavy weight” before bystanders pointed out that he was bleeding. “It hurt a lot.” Police said the knife had been knocked over the ledge by wind. Xiao is currently in stable condition.

A Florida deputy responding to complaints about someone dealing cocaine from a tan Mercury pulled up to the car, only to have driver Jerrod Breland put the pedal to the metal and take off. The officer who pursued Breland reported that he saw the driver roll down the window and toss a large handful of white powder out — then two more piles of what turned out to be cocaine. When he was finally pulled over, Breland said he didn’t see the flashing lights of the patrol car and “had no idea how the rainstorm of cocaine fell from the sky and landed on his car.” He faces charges of possession, tampering with evidence and aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer. Apparently, the officer was hit in the face with one of Breland’s illegal snowballs!

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