We've got a Weiner!

The Sul­li­van fam­ily of Ontario said their dri­ve­way and three cars were splat­tered with what appeared to be feces dropped from a plane. “It just cov­ered the top of my mom’s car, dripped down the side, splat­tered onto my car and back onto my dad’s.” Lind­say Sul­li­van said. “It smelt really bad,” George Sul­li­van said. The fam­ily said they are con­vinced the foul-smelling sub­stance was frozen to the side of an air­craft and fell from the plane on its way to or from Toronto’s Pear­son Air­port. George also stated, “There’s no way one bird could have done it, unless it was a pterodactyl.”

A neigh­bor called Sara­sota police after see­ing 53-year-old Michael Bar­wick walk into a resident’s car­port and come out with a lawn­mower. The wit­ness said Bar­wick tied the mower to his bicy­cle with a rope and ped­aled away. Police had no trou­ble spot­ting the bicy­cle ban­dit. They had Bar­wick return the mower to the home … and then arrested him on charges of felony burglary.

weinerGer­ard Rob­son, a secu­rity super­vi­sor at New York’s John F. Kennedy Inter­na­tional Air­port was fired after a pic­ture of him nude from the waist down was acci­den­tally included in a June email con­tain­ing pho­tos of a fender ben­der in the airport’s park­ing lot! The email, which was sent from Robson’s company-issued Black­Berry, was sent to about 20 col­leagues, includ­ing sub­or­di­nates, two FJC vice pres­i­dents and a pair of New York Port Author­ity super­vi­sors. Rob­son sent out an email apol­o­giz­ing for the error. FJC spokesman Mike McK­eon con­firmed Rob­son was quickly fired. “Who knows? Maybe he’ll run for mayor.”

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