Ur-ine sane


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.

urine jugsA 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.”

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