Delta Airlines passenger Kathryn Stockett posted a picture of her Delta ticket to her Twitter account and noted the confirmation number, which read “GONER5.” “Dear Delta Airlines, I know we’ve been through
some hard times together but is this really my conf number?” Stockett posted. Delta said the confirmation numbers are randomly generated, but officials will be ensuring the pattern does not come
up in the system again.
A South Carolina man showed everyone that he’s not very well “bread” – by sneaking onto his neighbor’s property in order to rub a piece of heavily buttered toast on the windshield of her car. The victim spotted Christopher Brannon greasing up her ride and called cops to report the incident. Brannon wasn’t slippery enough to deny the actions, and admitted the discarded toast was, in fact, his. The crusty character didn’t cost his neighbor a whole lot of bread – police estimate the damage to the SUV at one dollar. But she’s still pressing charges of malicious damage.
A New York woman who lost her job over sexual harassment allegations thought it would be a good idea to send her resume to the same company – 524 times! Ling Chan, who was given the boot after obsessively calling, e-mailing and stalking a colleague, must have really liked her place of business, since she applied for more than 80 different jobs over the course of a year-and-a-half – using 11 different e-mail accounts and more than a hundred aliases. When she didn’t get any callbacks, Chan tried another method of winning over bosses – by signing them up for pornographic magazine subscriptions and gay meet-up services. She also threatened to push one upper-management type in front of a bus. Chan has been barred from contacting anyone at the company or accessing any of its facilities.