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A Utah marks­man had no trou­ble bring­ing down the 700-pound elk, but ran into some dif­fi­culty after he began try­ing to roll the car­cass over to get it to his wait­ing vehi­cle. When he gave the body a shove, he lost con­trol and sent one of the antlers plung­ing into the side of his jaw. Yeah, those tend to be a bit on the sharper side.  Luck­ily he was able to con­tact emer­gency ser­vices for help and was trans­ported to a nearby hos­pi­tal, where he was listed in sta­ble con­di­tion. 

mail slotThrough the years things re-invent them­selves and the Glory Hole is no dif­fer­ent. Inves­ti­ga­tors say a 50-year-old Swe­den woman noticed a man fol­low­ing her while she was walk­ing home.  After she had gone inside she heard a strange noise com­ing from the front door. The woman inves­ti­gated and dis­cov­ered the man try­ing to deliver his own piece of “male” through the mail slot!  The man fled the scene when the woman opened the door. Police said the same man struck again the next day allegedly exposed him­self to a woman on the street. He was arrested.

Brett Bishop went to his neighbor’s home in search of his dog, which had gone miss­ing, but when he couldn’t find the pooch, he set­tled for mak­ing off with a good por­tion of a pig which he snatched out of a freezer in the garage. While in there, he also slashed the neigh­bors’ tires and cut holes in their gar­den hose. Bishop did admit to being heav­ily intox­i­cated at the time of the inci­dent and he says he remem­bers hav­ing his cig­a­rette lighter on him.  He does have a vague rec­ol­lec­tion of burn­ing some­thing — although he insists he had no clue it was the Amer­i­can flag that was hang­ing on the front of the home.  He was booked on charges of bur­glary, crim­i­nal mis­chief and flag desecration

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