Cats can be cute and cuddly—or roving bands of terrorists. Just ask a French woman who was attacked by a band of wild felines while walking her poodle! They jumped on her and managed to knock her over. The wild cats bit her on the leg and on her arms. They even pierced an artery. “The woman was taken to the hospital for a precautionary rabies shot while her poodle, also injured, headed to the vet. “The vet told us that, in his 20 years in the job, he had never seen such a thing. He couldn’t find a single explanation for the cats’ abnormal behavior,” the mother said, noting her daughter is “still traumatized today.”
Chicago police said a 19-year-old man busted four years ago for posing as a police officer was allegedly caught trying to impersonate an officer a second time. Authorities said Vincent Richardson was arrested tat he VG Uniform store after a clerk became suspicious of his claims to being an Englewood District officer and performed an Internet search that revealed the impersonation. Richardson was arrested on a felony count of impersonating a police officer. Police said Richardson’s impersonation in 2009 was so convincing he was able to go on patrol with a real officer for more than five hours before he was discovered.
An intruder in Indonesia made it past the burglar alarm, but was stopped in his tracks by the sound of a crying, hungry baby — so he stopped to feed it before fleeing. Kojek Mista, who was captured a few hours after the robbery, said that he and his accomplices scaled a wall and tied up a maid before getting down to the business of ransacking the home. When the owner woke up, the thugs tied her up as well, but the commotion woke up the tot, who started bawling. Mista told Indonesian reporters, “I asked his mother how to make him stop crying. She said he had to be fed with milk. I gave it to the baby while cradling him. The baby fell asleep, so I put him in bed. I have a kid, so I know how to cradle a baby.”