Toast or be toasted


A Saudi Ara­bian man wasn’t hors­ing around when he filed for divorce after see­ing a photo of his wife plant­ing a sloppy, wet kiss … on a horse. The woman, pub­lished the snap­shot on social media, which led her hubby to fly into a jeal­ous rage and insist upon a divorce. The woman, who was not named, said she is not sorry for what she did and was not upset by split­ting from a man who can­not dis­tin­guish between humans and animals

Michi­gan woman Ophe­lia Neal, 53, pleaded guilty in Oak­land County Cir­cuit Court to bank rob­bery and explo­sive charges.  Police said Neal went into the Fifth Third Bank in Clin­ton Town­ship and told a clerk she
was car­ry­ing a bomb in her cloth bag. Neal fled with an undis­closed amount of cash in a car dri­ven by a man. She was later arrested and police dis­cov­ered her cloth bag con­tained two cans of spaghetti sauce. Neal, who has pre­vi­ous con­vic­tions for fraud, mar­i­juana pos­ses­sion and assault, is sched­uled to be sen­tenced Nov. 9.

toasterA Lon­don man proved he wasn’t very well-“bread” when he called emer­gency respon­ders to res­cue him – because he’d got­ten his man parts stuck in a toaster! The elderly gen­tle­man, whose name was not released, didn’t reveal what prompted him to put his unit into the unit, just that he found him­self unable to free him­self from the device. Fire depart­ment spokesman Dave Brown said, “Some of the inci­dents our fire­fight­ers are called out could be pre­vented with a lit­tle com­mon sense …“

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