Gloria Chubb of South Bend said she bought the house-brand can of beans at a Meijer store and took it home to serve to her family. “I cooked them in the microwave with butter and salt and pepper, put them on the table and my son put some on his dish and said ‘What is this?’ I looked and put it in my hand and said ‘Oh my God, it’s a little frog,'” she said. “Needless to say, everybody dumped theirs out and I was nauseated for three days.”Chubb said the Wisconsin company that canned the beans sent her an apology letter and a $50 refund.”
Police in Hollywood said they’re searching for a Spider-Man impersonator who allegedly stole $6,000 in cash from a tour bus company employee. The masked thief stole the money and credit card information from the Starlines Tour Bus company employee Friday as the worker was leaving the company’s Hollywood Boulevard headquarters, Los Angeles Police Department Lt. Rich Galbaldon said.Police have been questioning Spider-Man impersonators throughout the city, hoping to find the suspect, NBCLosAngeles.com reported .The reason the employee was carrying $6,000 in cash was not reported.
A Connecticut man could face charges after his neighbors got p.o.-ed about his offbeat collection! Health officials went to the unidentified man’s home after receiving complaints that it had fallen into what they described as “a state of disrepair.” Once inside, they were shocked to find that he had all of his liquid assets on display – in room after room lined with the clear plastic jugs full of urine! A representative of the state’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said he was reasonably certain that all of the urine belonged to the homeowner. He added, “It’s most unusual.”