It seems there is such a thing as a “Get Out of Jail Free” card, and, for 87-year-old Howard Arthur Klein of Grand Rapids, Michigan, that card was his age. After being arrested for soliciting prostitution from an undercover police officer back in June, Howard was given a pass by the case’s prosecutor in an announcement yesterday. “He wouldn’t and shouldn’t go to jail and 87 years without involvement in the criminal justice system has, in my opinion, earned him a pass,” the prosecutor said.
As of today we all live in a completely different world as the latest Instagram update allows for photos and videos that aren’t square. 😱😱😱
The Typo Police are real! 20-year-old Shannon Csapilla of Stamford, Connecticut faces two counts of first-degree criminal mischief after she allegedly took revenge on the boyfriend and gal pal she thought he was cheating with. What sort of revenge did Csapilla take? She keyed their cars, punctured their tires–and wrote “wore” on the girl’s car. Keep reading for all the details, including Shannon’s alleged tantalizing Snapchat post to Stamford police, and her recent statement addressing the attention she’s now receiving online.
For years, men have been using LED and neon to light the chassis and undercarriages of their racy whips. Now, women can get in the game, by lighting their own chassis and undercarriages–but instead of racy whips, it’s their racy hips! Keep reading to see the “brilliant” fashion creations of a tech-savvy fashiontrepreneur who took a frilly trend from Japan and adapted it to the US club scene, complete with bluetooth and an Android app to control the light show!
Normally, someone being forced to give up his pet after four years is not something to smile about. But the creator of this Roanoke, Virginia Craigslist ad about his beagle Molly is a rare exception.
A man from Toronto suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive after he sent his Subaru soaring through the air yesterday. The vehicle crash landed into the side of an auto repair shop, of all places, and the whole crazy scene was caught on surveillance video–because what isn’t, these days?
It seems that Anheuser-Busch is smarter than your average beer as it has worked out a $2.5 million “co-branding” campaign with the National Parks Service, which has (or had) a long-standing no alcohol policy. Keep reading for all the details, including new Statue of Liberty Budweiser cans and “a pretty epic surprise concert this summer.”