A photo sharing opportunity gone bad


Free­land, PA police were hav­ing a hard time locat­ing Anthony Lescow­itch Jr., 35, who was wanted on Wantedcharges includ­ing bur­glary and assault, so they posted his pic­ture on the offi­cial police Face­book account. Lescow­itch thought he was mock­ing the police when he shared the photo mere min­utes after it had been posted, but cops had the last laugh when an offi­cer posed as a woman on Face­book and began talk­ing to Lescow­itch about his wanted pic­ture. The two arranged to meet … and Lescow­itch was arrested at the loca­tion. Oops.

We’ve all expe­ri­enced a lit­tle sta­tic while putting on our clothes. It’s not uncom­mon to get a tiny lit­tle shock while putting on your pants. But for one Chi­nese man, a lit­tle sta­tic resulted in third-degree burns. The 78-year-old man was putting on a pair of pants when a lit­tle sta­tic shock appar­ently ignited an unknown gas leak in his home. The result­ing explo­sion was so pow­er­ful that it was felt more than 300 yards away. The man suf­fered burns to his face, neck and hands.

 A Bal­ti­more man trapped in his apart­ment dur­ing this week’s major snow­storm needed tacos really bad … so he did what he had to do. He posted a des­per­ate ad on Craigslist ask­ing for some­one to take him to Taco Bell. His ad read, “I need some­one with a 4-wheel drive vehi­cle to come pick my drunk [butt] up, take me to the Taco Bell drive-thru, and drive me back home. Then we can hang out and play video games if you’re not a rapist.” His ad received lots of chuck­les but no offers, so he sobered up and drove himself.

 

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