Lizard heads, adding crunch to salads everywhere

Robin San­dusky had just begun chow­ing down on the kale salad she’d had deliv­ered from a nearby deli lizard_headwhen she speared a bit of green­ery that looked out of place. She told the New York Daily News, “I thought it was a piece of aspara­gus, but then I saw the eye. I was grossed out.”  I would be too if there was a sev­ered lizard head in my salad!  Rather than call her lawyer, San­dusky just phoned the eatery to reg­is­ter a com­plaint – and was offered a replace­ment salad, which she declined, ask­ing for a refund of her $4.25 instead.

Kevin Guy was pulled over for dri­ving with his brights on, and cops quickly found out that wasn’t his only issue. It turns out that Guy was saucy enough to get behind the wheel with a sus­pended license — not to men­tion an expired reg­is­tra­tion for his vehi­cle. Those offenses were rel­a­tively minor, but the bone­headed 51-year-old took things to another level by hand­ing over a recipe for a good rack of ribs instead of his reg­is­tra­tion. Cops tweeted a photo of the recipe and details of Guy’s pun­ish­ment as a warn­ing to any­one try­ing to cook up a sim­i­lar excuse.

Florida bur­glary sus­pect Jor­dan Bod­den, was in hand­cuffs when he tried to take off, but it seems he’d for­got­ten his belt and his pants got the best of him when they’d fallen to the ground trip­ping him up. Bod­den is charged with three counts of bur­glary, one count of escape and one count of resist­ing arrest with­out vio­lence.   He was taken to the Palm Beach County Jail and his bail was set at $31,000.

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