In deep doo - doo


Two women from Ecuador who wanted to be rolling in dough were arrested for actu­ally rolling up dough – a half-million dol­lars worth that they’d inserted into all of their body cav­i­ties!  The ladies, whose names were not released, were busted at Amsterdam’s air­port after cus­toms offi­cials found about 10 grand in unde­clared cash in one of their suit­cases. Sus­pi­cious due to that find, author­i­ties decided to search the women’s bod­ies as well, and got more than they bar­gained for.

A group of Brits gave new mean­ing to the term “dead drunk” by stag­ing a pub crawl in the honor of a recently deceased pal – and tak­ing his corpse along for the ride!  Friends of David William Sachs hoisted his cof­fin onto the back of a bull­dozer so they could hoist a few pints in honor of the retired ditch-digger. His son said that the event had been Sachs’ final request, and noted, “There isn’t any pub in Brent­wood he hadn’t had a drink in, and he’d always have a Guin­ness, unless it was hot.”  They man­aged to get pints of stout in 11 of the 12 pubs they vis­ited, deposit­ing each on the lid of the coffin.

manureA British man is in deep doo-doo because of his unnat­ural attrac­tion to … doo-doo. David Truscott is cur­rently behind bars after his third arrest for rolling around in cow manure in a neigh­bor­ing farm in his native Corn­wall. Truscott, had been booted from Clive Ross’s farm sev­eral times, and even started a fire on the prop­erty. When cops went to Truscott’s home to arrest him, they found hun­dreds of pairs of women’s under­wear and scores of bot­tles filled with manure in var­i­ous forms. His lawyer called him “a pecu­liar man with pecu­liar habits.”   I’d say so.…

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