FRIDAY 11/9


A bull escaped from a live­stock auc­tion in Wor­land, Wyo. run­ning two miles before tear­ing into a home across town. Police say the bull went through an open door and down a set of stairs into a base­ment, caus­ing exten­sive dam­age to the walls and stairs. The 1,400-pound bull, which refused to coop­er­ate with han­dlers, had to be tran­quil­ized before he was removed.  I won­der who was more sur­prised, the peo­ple who had the bull barge into their home or the bull falling down a flight of stairs?

A police offi­cer just hap­pened to be sit­ting in his cruiser near Ash­ley Warden’s home when her tod­dler son Dil­lan pulled down his pants and peed in the front yard, the Okla­homan reports. The offi­cer imme­di­ately got out and wrote ticket for $2500. “We were like, ‘He’s 3 years old,’” War­den says. “He said it didn’t mat­ter”. But she says she’s fil­ing a com­plaint with the town’s police depart­ment. Her mother stated that for that amount of money they should be able to pee all over their yard!

Places NOT to take a nap! A man nap­ping in a Mon­tana corn­field was star­tled out of his snooze when he was run over by a large har­vest­ing machine! Sheriff’s Lt. Kent O’Donnell says the 57-year-old man had been trav­el­ing the coun­try by bus and decided to take a rest three rows deep in a field on the out­skirts of Billings.  A farmer har­vest­ing Wednes­day felt his com­bine hit some­thing. When he turned the machine off, he heard scream­ing. Emer­gency respon­ders found the man’s cloth­ing had been sucked into the cut­ter, ensnar­ing him in the blades. O’Donnell says the man, whose name was not released, suf­fered cuts requir­ing stitches and may need skin grafts, but given the cir­cum­stances is “incred­i­bly lucky.”

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