WHITEFISH BAY, Wis. ? A Wisconsin postal carrier says he
simply wanted to cheer up a woman on his rounds who seemed "stressed out"
when he decided to deliver mail in the buff. But upon further review, the
worker told police that delivering mail while completely naked probably
wasn't a good idea.
A police report says the 52-year-old man told the woman he would deliver the
mail in the nude to her office in Whitefish Bay to make her laugh. The
report says that on Dec. 4 he brought the mail wearing only a smile.
TOKYO (AP) ? Almost everyone stood when the bride walked
down the aisle in her white gown, but not the wedding conductor, because she
was bolted to her chair.
The nuptials at this ceremony were led by "I-Fairy," a 4-foot tall seated
robot with flashing eyes and plastic pigtails. Sunday's wedding was the
first time a marriage had been led by a robot, according to manufacturer
"Please lift the bride's veil," the robot said in a tinny voice, waving its
arms in the air as the newlyweds kissed in front of about 50 guests
A HOST of metal objects stick to human magnet Brenda Allison
- making her look like a fridge door.
Brenda, 50, is thought to have a much more powerful electro-magnetic field
than most people.
Coins, spanners and safety pins stay glued to the mum of one for minutes.
And her highly-charged body can also blow light bulbs, trigger car alarms
and knock out shop tills.
Doctors have told account manager Brenda her magnetism may be caused by high
stress levels - and have urged her to take steps to reduce them.
A 49-year-old Spanish lady has claimed ownership of the Sun,
and says she will charge a fee for people to use it.Angeles Duran, a woman
from the Galician region of Spain, claims she is the rightful owner of the
sun, and intends to have everyone pay taxes if they want to keep enjoying
its rays and warmth.It sounds crazy, and the notary Angeles Duran consulted
in the matter thought the same thing, but her arguments had him questioning
the possibility of someone actually becoming the owner of the burning star.
There is an international agreement which states that no country may claim
ownership of a planet or star, but it says nothing about individuals. An
American was quick to pronounce himself owner of all planets and the moon,
but he forgot to mention the sun, so she?s now claiming possession.
Real Human Soul Sale On eBay
Really, Really, Really Weird Stuff!
Ebay is chock full of oddities like soul brokers. You've probably heard the
urban legends about people selling stolen organs and dates with models to
the highest bidder. Ever since I first was exposed to the "soul for sale"
joke, I've enjoyed searching for wild and crazy items, just in the hopes of
catching them before the Ebay police close down the auction. Eventually,
however, I discovered that Ebay does the work for you, by having an item
category exclusively dedicated to weirdness: "Weird Stuff." (You'll find
"Weird Stuff" hierarchically placed under the "Collectibles" category,
naturally). Weird Stuff has three crazy subcategories, too: Slightly
Unusual, Really Weird, and Totally Bizarre. What distinguishes "Unusual"
from "Bizarre"? I have no idea. But I do know that there must be an awful
lot of strange items up for sale on Ebay if they need three categories to
contain it all!
Children Hospitalized After Eating Cookies Laced With
HUNTINGTON BEACH (KTLA) -- Three children became sick after
eating cookies laced with marijuana.
On Wednesday, the step-father of one of the children accepted the cookies as
a gift from a neighbor, Jason Davis, a 40-year-old Huntington Beach
resident, according to police and neighbors.
The parent was unaware the cookies contained marijuana.
The parent set the wrapped cookies aside as an early holiday gift.
Later in the afternoon, the parent's son and his two friends came home from
school and ate the cookies.
They then went to the park to play.
All three children returned to their individual homes a short time later
vomiting, complaining of headaches and feeling dizzy and lethargic.
"The child had a headache, uncontrollable vomiting and was pretty sick," Lt.
Russel Reinhart of the Huntington Beach Police Department said.