Thursday 3/15


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I’ll take a slice to go - Florida cops are look­ing for a cheesy crook who walked into a Papa John’s pizza place, slipped on the store’s mas­cot uni­form and took off wear­ing it. The teen ban­dit didn’t make off with any actual edi­bles, just the cos­tume, which is described as approx­i­mately six feet tall, and look­ing like a giant slice of pizza with pep­per­oni, mush­rooms, green pep­pers and black olives.

Thank you, “My Crazy Obses­sion,” - Their lat­est episode fea­tured a British cou­ple, Bob and Lizzie, who own the world’s largest col­lec­tion of adult dolls. Spend­ing $150k on 240 (!!!) life-sized sex dolls would seem crazy enough to land the cou­ple on the show, but just when you think it couldn’t get any stranger, they admit­ted dur­ing an inter­view that the dolls aren’t used as intended, only for “com­pany.”  The cou­ple prefers to sim­ply “hang out” with the dolls, drink tea and eat meals. Maybe they even take them rollerblad­ing on beau­ti­ful sum­mer days. At $4,500 a pop, these dolls bet­ter be pro­vid­ing some damn good sex-less company.

Why you can’t prank call any­more - A north­wes­t­Arkansas­teenager thought it would be funny to text a ran­dom phone num­ber with a silly mes­sage, but the joke back­fired.  Of all the local phone num­bers she could have cho­sen, the girl picked one that belonged to a police detec­tive. Police found the girl’s address by trac­ing her cell­phone num­ber.  What did she text that would make a detec­tive find her?   To text: “I hid the body … Now what?”  The teen said she got the idea for the prank from a post­ing on the web­site Pin­ter­est.  Police didn’t find the prank funny and say it tied up some of the department’s resources. The girl was released with a warning.

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