Squirrel (and bank clients) are not amused

It’s a dishonorable ending for one of Mexico’s most notorious cartel chiefs: Francisco Felix was shot dead in Cabo San Lucas on Friday, and as a spokesman for state prosecutors tells Reuters, “A person dressed as a clown took his life.” He was shot point-blank “by two bullets, one in the thorax and one in the head.” The costume actually makes sense, because was attending a child’s birthday party.  That poor kid!

surprised squirrelA French bank shared a photo on Facebook as part of a marketing campaign for a line of insurance. The photo was accompanied by a slogan, “Because accidents don’t just happen to others, insurance will also cover you for any temporary injuries.” Apparently the picture of a squirrel caught hanging upside down by his dangle parts on a bird feeder did not amuse.   Many of the bank’s 24,000 Facebook followers thought the account had been hacked. When the bank realized followers’ reaction they apologized and took down the photo. “We wanted to make use of the social networks but we made a mistake and we regret it,” the bank said.

A Florida man is behind bars after making a trip to Disney World the unhappiest place on earth by attacking several costumed cast members with a piece of PVC pipe!  Austin De Van Hill, 23, who was described as “extremely intoxicated,” was visiting the resort for its annual Food and Wine Festival. He began screaming unintelligible phrases at the top of his lungs before lunging at one of the cast members, then punching a second who tried to keep him from stealing one of the golf carts used in the park’s events. De Van Hill, a Naval Academy graduate and football player, was taken to a nearby hospital, before being transported to jail, where he was charged with assault.

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