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Friday, February 22, 2013

Mom charged after strippers at Son birthday, woman caught fiancé cheating on Google Street View and Felony Charge in Oreo Theft

World's Top Five Weird, Funny and Hot News of the Day

This is first blog on Top Five Weird, Funny & sexy News stories of world in one post. I hope you will have some fun with this funny collection.

 Top 5-Woman  calling 911 for cigarettes –Another stupid call

A Texas woman who was arrested after calling 911 to ask for cigarettes says she regrets dialing. Linda White, 48, called 911 at about 1 a.m. on Feb. 11, NCB Dallas-Fort Worth reported. “I need some cigarettes,” White can be heard saying in the 911 recording. She

tried to explain herself in an interview with NBC outside of her home on Tuesday. "We were just kicking it in the back yard -- a few beers too many," she said. "Next thing you know, we're out of cigarettes. Well, I didn't want to drive to town. ... I was drunk, you know, but in my back yard." She said she figured the police department was “the safest person to call,” rather than driving drunk in order to get smokes. Two police officers later arrived at her home to arrest and charge her with a misdemeanor count of abuse of 911. If found guilty, White could face a possible $2,000 fine and 180 days in jail. "I am deeply sorry for what I did," she said looking back at the incident. "I'm embarrassed. It's not me." She was only held for six hours and was released on bond. Now that it’s all over, she had an insight to share with anyone else looking to call 911 to ask for a favor: "They don't deliver -- they pick up.”

Top 4- Walmart Presses Felony Charge in Oreo Theft -costly cookies


FEBRUARY 21--Walmart is pressing a felony charge against a 63-year-old worker who has been accused of stealing a bag of Oreo cookies from the Indiana store where she worked on the maintenance crew.Penny winters was arrested this week after Walmart launched an internal investigation upon the discovery of an empty cookie wrapper. A subsequent review of surveillance footage showed “Ms. Winters select the package of cookies, open it, and proceed to consume multiple cookies during her work shift,” according to a Portage Police Department report. Cops did not estimate the value of the “multiple cookies” consumed by Winters, who has been fired from her $11.40 position with the retail giant. When confronted by a Walmart “asset protection manager,” Winters admitted taking the Oreos, adding that she had also helped herself to other snacks during her seven-month tenure at the store (Winters had previously worked for several years at a Walmart in Arizona). Winters, seen in the above mug shot, told the Walmart investigator that she “simply did not have the monies to legitimately purchase the food items."

Top 3-Kid calls 911 to avoid bed-Not a good idea


A 10-year-old boy in Brockton, Mass., called 911 Wednesday because his mom told him to go to bed, the Enterprise newspaper reports. The boy placed the call at 8:09 p.m. with the intention of telling the dispatcher his mother was forcing him to go to bed even though he didn't want to. But instead of ratting out his mom, he got nervous and hung up on the 911 dispatcher. As per policy, the dispatcher called back to see what was wrong, and the boy's mother explained the situation. On the call, the mother can be heard telling the boy the police were on the phone, the Enterprise reports. She asked him if he still wanted to talk to the cops about his early bedtime. He didn't. An officer went to the house anyway to explain when it is appropriate to call 911. There were no charges.
  (QMI Agency)

Top 3a-Govt. Employees browsed porn, delved into personal files-Nice job


OTTAWA - Dozens of Canada Revenue Agency employees are sanctioned every year for browsing porn sites, consulting colleagues' and relatives' tax files or transmitting confidential information. QMI Agency uncovered the details in documents obtained though access to information. Over five years beginning in 2006, 927 misconduct cases were logged in CRA offices across the country. That works out to nearly 200 cases per year. Most cases involve misuse of government property or access to confidential taxpayer information.
  (QMI Agency)

Top 3b-Man's $6,500 porn collection stolen –A Big loss for man


A Michigan man claims that "one of the largest porn collections" in the state was stolen from his home this week. Police were called Tuesday at about 4:15 p.m. after two Muskegon residents came home to find their back door kicked in, the MLive news website reports. The two discovered that the man's pornography collection and three flat-screen TVs were missing from the home, police said. He told police that his missing pornography collection is worth $6,500, though the police report doesn't clearly say whether the collection included magazines, DVDs or other media, MLive reported. Police don't have any suspects in the case. Muskegon is located about 315 km west of Detroit.
  (QMI Agency)

Top 2-Bride-to-be stumbles across love-rat fiancé with another woman on internet maps site-Surprise

A bride-to-be caught her fiance cheating on her with his lover - on Russia's equivalent of Google Street View. Marina Voinova logged on to Yandex Maps to just look for an address in her home town of Perm - but what she found broke her heart. Her boyfriend of five years had been pictured walking down the street with his arm clearly round another woman. Stunned Marina told Russian site LifeNews: "First I noticed a familiar silhouette. First I thought, 'how can someone else look so similar to my Sasha?'

I looked more carefully, zoomed in and saw that it was indeed him. I realized that he was lying and cheating on me all this time."Marina confronted her cheating fiance over the shock snap and he apparently admitted he had been two-timing her. The pair have since split up, according to LifeNews.Marina was able to catch her fella out because Yandex Maps doesn't obscure faces unlike Google Street View. But there have been plenty of weird occurences on Street View, as the gallery below shows.

Top 1-Mom charged after strippers perform at son’s birthday –Nice mom


An upstate New York mother has been charged with five counts of endangering the welfare of a child for allegedly hiring strippers for her son's 16th birthday party at a bowling alley last November. Parents of some of the teenagers at the party went to police in South Glens Falls, N.Y., after photos of the party — and the dancers — surfaced on Facebook, the Saratoga County district attorney said in a release. The two strippers from Tops N' Bottoms allegedly performed lap dances on some of the teens. "As difficult as it may be for us to have to weigh in on these kinds of cases, certainly exposing the unsuspecting children to this sort of 'entertainment' goes beyond the pale when it comes to what is appropriate for 14, 15 and 16 year old child," district attorney James Murphy said in a press release. Judy H. Viger faces a maximum sentence of one year in jail if convicted. 
  (QMI Agency)
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