A special delivery package


The dri­ver, who had pulled over in a down­town area of Orlando to look at her GPS, says a car jacker approached her Honda Civic and started talk­ing to her, then whipped out a gun and ordered her out of the vehi­cle. Before speed­ing away, he handed her a pink-handled box-cutter and told her to take care of her­self because she was in a dan­ger­ous neigh­bor­hood. She told author­i­ties she was phys­i­cally unharmed but admit­ted to being shaken up by the inci­dent.  Geez, thanks man!

MAILMANA Scot­tish postal worker earned a dress­ing down from a judge after he was found guilty of stand­ing out­side his home to make a not-so-special deliv­ery – by offer­ing pass­ing dri­vers a look at his pack­age.  Sev­eral motorists com­plained after Andrew Thom­son was spot­ted hang­ing out in his front yard wear­ing an over­sized T-shirt – which he would lift to deliver the male, whether or not they were inter­ested in see­ing it. He claimed he had a pair of boxer shorts on, but Sher­iff Fiona Tait said she believed the string of wit­nesses. Thom­son avoided jail time because the judge deter­mined he wasn’t a sex­ual threat.  Just a creepy naked dude.

A Wash­ing­ton state man really “meth”-ed up his chance at a not guilty ver­dict. Steven Todd Camp­bell went to the Cowlitz County cour­t­house for a hear­ing on his sta­tus and reached the metal detec­tor at the entrance, where a guard told him he had to empty his pock­ets. Camp­bell did as he was told, deposit­ing his pos­ses­sions into the des­ig­nated con­tainer, when the guard noticed an odd-looking glass pipe. The device was taken in for exam­i­na­tion and found to con­tain residue from Campbell’s last meth binge – enough to get him tossed behind bars on yet another charge.

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