Tiger in the Toilet

Some people hate to do laundry, but the chore turned into a religious experience for a British man who says that his latest load made him see Jesus – in the form of a fabric softener stain. Martin Andrews says he accidentally spilled some fabric softener on his T-shirt, and ended up indelibly marking it with the face of Jesus Christ with his arms outstretched. While the man says that one of his co-workers insisted that the stain looks more like Fonzie from Happy Days, he’s convinced that his shirt is holy.

tiger shirtA central Kansas woman likely won’t remember her first circus for the clowns or performances — it’ll be the tiger in the bathroom.The big cat had escaped briefly after its turn in the ring Saturday at the Isis Shrine Circus in Salina. When Jenna Krehbiel walked in the bathroom she found a tiger standing about 2 feet away! “You don’t expect to go in a bathroom door, have it shut behind you and see a tiger walking toward you,” Krehbiel said.  Chris Bird, manager at the Bicentennial Center, said “I am glad no one was hurt or injured.” Krehbiel said her 3-year-old daughter had a different reaction. “My daughter wanted to know if it had washed its hands!”

A butt-naked Australian man who led cops on a 15 mile car chase ended up losing a battle with the deputies because he chose to fight them with a weapon that really sucked . Michael Scott was initially stopped for driving over 100 miles per hour, and told his lawyers he fled the scene because of his “deep mistrust” of police. He led the pursuing cruiser to a McDonald’s, where he knew there would be a video camera to record his arrest, then ended up having “a manic episode” that resulted in him hitting one of the cops on the scene with the hose – which he carried around to play as a musical instrument. He pled guilty to more than 20 charges and was sentenced to 12 months in the canister.

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