It was “Go to jail. Go directly to jail. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200″ for 21-year-old Alyssa Ferraro of Hooksett, New Hampshire after she was arrested for allegedly slapping her boyfriend after a dispute arose while playing a game of Monopoly Sunday.
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After welcoming 12 boys throughout the past 22 years, Jay and Kateri Schwandt are expecting their 13th baby.
Where’s Waldo? impersonators certainly stood out at a train station when they got into an argument with hecklers… That turned into an all-out brawl when one of the other guys charged toward the Waldos with a raised crutch.
Normally if a woman wants an extra boob around she just gets married, but a 21-year-old Florida woman has accomplished the feat with a reported $20,000 surgical procedure. Keep reading to meet Jasmine Tridevil, the three-breasted woman who hopes her tripe nipple will land her an MTV reality show.
24-year-old German Playboy model Cathy Schmitz recently tied the knot with 81-year-old Austrian billionaire Richard Lugner. In the words of the great Kanye West, “Now I ain’t sayin’ she a gold digger,” but it’s not often you hear of a young, beautiful woman marrying a man 57 years her senior. Richard could technically be Cathy’s great grand father! Oh, and did I mention he is a billionaire?
A dad played a little peekaboo with his young daughter and during the game he surprised her by shaving off his chin sweater. His little princess wasn’t impressed… In fact – she was downright horrified!
The 34-year-old mother-of-two was killed on Michigan Avenue on Thursday in a truly freak accident.
A crafty panda in China apparently faked a pregnancy after realizing her pregnant peers got special treats and privileges. Researcher were so convinced Ai Hin was with-cub that they scheduled a live broadcast of her delivery.
Are you ready to watch a seriously adorable British (I think) 2-year-old (I guess) girl do the Ice Bucket Challenge? I wasn’t either but now it’s your turn…
Forget gold bricks, it appears the real money is in little plastic bricks! That seemed to be the mentality of four suspected Lego thieves arrested in Arizona this week after police concluded a four-month sting operation by searching their property and finding more than $200,000 worth of the popular building blocks, many of which were stolen and being resold or returned to stores as exchanges.