The worst parking spot ever!

It’s often said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stom­ach, but it appears that the way to the heart of at least one woman runs through an entirely dif­fer­ent route — her toi­let.  A 27-year-old woman agreed to return to her husband’s home vil­lage in India, after he agreed in court to get a proper toi­let built at his res­i­dence. The woman, Savita, left her hus­band and took their two chil­dren to go live with her par­ents about three years ago because she was sick of hav­ing to go to the  ath­room out in the open. Dur­ing the court pro­ceed­ings, the dirty details about the unsan­i­tary toi­let sit­u­a­tion came to light.Malviya told the court that he would build a proper toi­let by date of the case’s next hear­ing.  The next hear­ing date is set for Jan. 10.

24-year-old Jonathan Stevens, flagged down a dri­ver in Tampa over the week­end. He had flash­ing red and blue lights on his SUV, a gun, and a badge around his neck. There was just one prob­lem: Mr. Stevens is not an offi­cer of the law. There was also one other prob­lem: the dri­ver he pulled over was. Tampa police spokesper­son Andrea Davis told WTVT that Stevens had “indi­cated he worked for the Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­rity.” The offi­cer Stevens had pulled over felt he was sus­pi­cious from the get-go and called for backup while she was pulled over. It didn’t take long before Stevens admit­ted he wasn’t a gov­ern­ment agent and that he didn’t have a con­cealed weapon per­mit. He has been charged with imper­son­at­ing a police offi­cer. Would you believe that this isn’t the first time Stevens has been charged with this crime? Back in Sep­tem­ber the Braden­ton Her­ald reported on Stevens when offi­cers noticed him mak­ing a traf­fic stop on a dri­ver in Ellen­ton, Florida.

car-crash-into-houseThis past Sun­day 29-year-old Katie Ander­son Spears lost con­trol of her Chevy Equinox and crashed through the wall of the McCalls’ home into their din­ing room – the 11th time some­thing of this nature has hap­pened to them! Ander­son Spears said that she was trav­el­ing too fast when dri­ving over rail­road tracks near McCall home. When she lost con­trol and over cor­rected, she went through a neighbor’s chain link fence and straight into the house. The McCalls are frus­trated, to say the least. Leigh McCall told WISH-TV News 8, “Again. Again, this is hap­pen­ing, again! There’s a car in our house with a woman in it. They’ve either hit the pole, hydrant, porch, or the house like 11 times now in the past [30] years”  For­tu­nately, though the dri­ver went through her wind­shield and caused around $10,000 in dam­age, she was not seri­ously hurt and was taken to a nearby med­ical cen­ter in good condition.

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