Wednesday 4/11


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Grand­pas got junk in his trunk - Ger­man police said a 72-year-old man who allowed his 9-year-old grand­daugh­ter to ride in the trunk of his car for­got she was there and went for a walk. The man told police his grand­daugh­ter had asked to ride in the trunk of his car on the way to Sor­peLake­and when he arrived at the lake he was so dis­tracted by the scenery that he for­got she was in the vehi­cle and went for his walk! A police spokesman said passersby heard the girl pound­ing and call­ing for help from inside the trunk and sum­moned offi­cers, who were able to open the trunk with the help of fire­fight­ers. The man was given a warn­ing and promised not to let any­one ride in his trunk in the future.

 What a boob! - A South Dakota woman made a real boob of her­self by break­ing into a home that wasn’t hers.  The owner, who was not iden­ti­fied, was awak­ened by her dogs, and found Rebecca Silva sleep­ing at the foot of her bed. When roused, the intruder imme­di­ately went over to the woman’s two-month-old baby and attempted to breast-feed her. Silva insisted she was invited into the home, say­ing, “She gave me her paja­mas. She lied to the cops that I broke into her house. I did not try to feed her baby. That didn’t happen.”

T n A at the air­port - The TSA had their hands full at Den­ver Inter­na­tional Air­port when a woman stripped down naked in the mid­dle of the ter­mi­nal! Sources at the scene say the woman had been smok­ing a cig­a­rette in a non-smoking area inside Con­course B around 8:45 AM (with her clothes on) and air­port staffers asked her to put out her butt. That’s when the woman inex­plic­a­bly took off all of her clothes and non­cha­lantly asked the air­port staffer if she could reprint her board­ing pass. Air­port secu­rity responded to the scene but the woman was not arrested, instead she was trans­ported to a local hos­pi­tal for evaluation.

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