Lucky Kitten Sausage

kitten rollSome peo­ple have a lucky rabbit’s foot, but a lucky kit­ten skele­ton? That’s the charm for a Thai woman who thinks that she’s des­tined for good for­tune after find­ing the feline corpse in a sausage she was cook­ing for her fam­ily. The woman admits she was ini­tially dis­gusted when she first cut into the sausage. But rather than toss the meal into the trash, she decided to build a shrine with the cat as its cen­ter­piece, and pray in front of it daily. Once word got out about the altar, her friends vis­ited and also prayed – with sev­eral of them win­ning money in the local lot­tery after­wards, lead­ing locals to believe that the skele­ton shrine is the cat’s meow.

An Alabama man who was nabbed for inde­cent expo­sure out­side his local high school blamed the inci­dent on being high … on Jesus. Ronald Fletcher dis­played his naked fury after he was refused per­mis­sion to enter the school and sign out a stu­dent, whose name was not released. He allegedly drove his car onto the lawn before strip­ping off all of his cloth­ing and walk­ing over to a school administrator’s car to uri­nate on it. When a respond­ing offi­cer asked if he was under the influ­ence, Fletcher replied that he was “high on Jesus” and raised his arms in the air, “as if invit­ing light­ning to strike him.” County men­tal health work­ers are report­edly look­ing into the 27-year-old’s men­tal health history.

A Ken­tucky man may soon be doing time after doing a bad job telling time. Employ­ees at Roses Depart­ment Store heard sus­pi­cious noises in the ceil­ing and called cops, who arrived on the scene and began pok­ing around in the rafters – where they spot­ted Paul Mas­ters try­ing to hide behind a joist. When Mas­ters tried to run, he lost his foot­ing and fell through the ceil­ing, crash­ing to the floor. Mas­ters told offi­cers he was up there try­ing to retrieve cash that a friend of his had left there, but they found no cash, just bur­glary tools. A Lex­ing­ton police spokesman said, “This is very uncom­mon for some­thing like this to occur at 1 o’clock in the afternoon.”

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