This Ferris Wheel took his bride for a ride

ferris wheel named BruceFlorida woman Linda Ducharme who had “married” a Ferris wheel she dubbed “Bruce” (in photo) renewed her vows for Logo TV documentary “What?!” The documentary follows people with romantic attachments to mechanical and technological objects. “It was like something pulling me, there was a tug,” Linda says of her attraction to “Bruce,” which by the way received pizza as a gift from its wife during the Logo documentary.  Bruce took Linda for a ride.

If you’re looking for a fake boyfriend on your trip to the Orient consider this. Matthew Fan, 27 works full-time as an accounts manager and says he started renting out his fake boyfriend services to make some extra money. He charges $131 per day in mainland China, $246 per day in Hong Kong, with a three-day minimum and a requirement that the client pays for his accommodations, meals, transportation and other expenses.  Fan said he has a girlfriend who does not know about his side job. “I only rent my time, not my body — you know what I mean,” he said.  Yeah, in the states it’s called an escort service.

An Italian man visited Germany for Oktoberfest five weeks ago, parked his car, and started partying. Unfortunately, because of the madness of the festival – and his drunkenness – he forgot where he parked. He begged local cops to help. He even offered a $270 reward. He returned to Munich three times to search the streets for his Volkswagen Golf. No dice. After more than a month of hustling and worrying, someone finally saw a picture of his car in a newspaper ad he placed – and pointed his car out to him.

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