This game is in the crapper

 A Brazil­ian soc­cer fan was killed dur­ing a match last week when he was hit in the head by a fly­ing toi­let toiletbowl. Fans of rival teams rioted in the stands dur­ing the game and police say three toi­lets that were ripped out of the bath­rooms were used as pro­jec­tiles.  It’s the lat­est inci­dent in a string of soccer-related vio­lence that has occurred in Brazil, which is only six weeks away from host­ing the World Cup.

A man sur­vived a 50 foot drop when he plunged off the fifth floor of a build­ing and was impaled on a lamp­post!  Medics said the nine cen­time­ter wide pole man­aged to miss all of the man’s essen­tial organs after it speared into his body and sus­pended it mid air on the lamppost.Fireman were forced to cut the lamp­post and trans­port it with the man to hos­pi­tal and they were able to remove it after a three-hour oper­a­tion. The grue­some impal­ing saved the man from slam­ming into the con­crete street out­side his home.  The 37-year-old had for­got­ten his keys and instead of call­ing a lock­smith decided to try to climb onto the bal­cony of his flat. But he slipped and fell.  Medics said Mr Li is still in inten­sive care but expect him to make a full recovery.

A Florida man faces a felony charge after police said he texted pho­tos of his ding dong to a 16-year-old girl. James Wel­don Alton, 29, met the teen while work­ing as a super­hero imper­son­ator at Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios in Orlando – Capt­ian Amer­cia!  He also admit­ted that the pho­tos were a bad idea, and insisted that he didn’t know what he expected to receive in exchange for them. Alton said he planned to meet the teen, but no firm date was set. Alton was arrested on one count of trans­mit­ting harm­ful mate­r­ial to a minor. Some heroes are born. Oth­ers are just creeps in costume.

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