The stuff one can find surfing the internet. LOL!!
Man Throws Cat At Wife....
A man in New York state is facing charges after throwing a cat at his wife during an argument. The cat-throwing occurred when 25-year-old Paul A. Wood, of Palmyra, Wayne County, got into a domestic dispute with his wife at about 5.30am last Friday.
In addition to chucking the cat at his wife, Wood also punched a hole in the wall of their trailer park home. The cat – which wasn't declawed, struck his wife on the back. Neither the cat nor the woman were injured in the cat-throwing, according to authorities. He now faces charges of fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree harassment, and cruelty to animals.
Chicken-Throwing Man Is Spared Arrest....
A man who threw live birds at shops while screaming "chicken is murder" escaped prosecution after police declared it a birdbrained prank.
Police said a 20-year-old man ruffled feathers after he raided a shop and threw live chickens in the meat display. He then hiffed two more chickens into a gas bar.
He crowed 'chicken is murder' before giving customers the bird.
But the cops in Canada ruled out 'fowl' play and declared the whole business a harmless prank. Police said the chickens were cock-a-doodle-dandy.
Judge Mocks 'inept' Naked Burglar....
A naked burglar was caught after getting stuck in a supermarket chimney.
Daniel Davies was found by firefighters after a delivery driver heard someone shouting "help me" from the chimney stack of a Tesco Express store in Wigan. The "singularly inept" burglar was today sentenced to two months in a young offenders' institution - but walked free due to time already served. Davies told police that he had been on the roof trying to escape drug dealers he had seen and owed money, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
Harry Pepper, prosecuting, told the court the unemployed 20-year-old said he "fell" into the chimney and it appeared his clothes came off as he tried to wriggle free.
Passing sentence, Judge Bruce Macmillan told Davies: "Were this matter not so serious the facts would be decidedly comic.
"You attempted to burgle a Tesco store. However, you got stuck in the chimney where you remained for several hours."
Judge Macmillan said Davies gave an "unbelievable explanation" of why he was on the roof and he hoped the "singularly inept attempt" would deter him from further similar crimes.
But Judge Macmillan said as Davies had served 62 days on an electronic tag, 31 days would count towards today's sentence.
That meant his "immediate release" today as he had served the sufficient time for the offence.
Under section 240 A of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 a person who wears an electronic tag for nine hours a day serves the equivalent of half a day in prison.
Earlier in the hearing Judge Macmillan said Davies had a previous conviction for assault but no previous conviction for burglary or attempted burglary.
Before the sentence, Mr Pepper said Davies had told police he had been watching football with two friends on October 21 last year but had parted company with them at around midnight after they had gone out to get some takeaway food.
His shouts for help were heard by the delivery driver at around 5.30am the following morning.
He was freed by firefighters who used lump hammers to dismantle the chimney breast on the first floor of the building which was the site of "disused offices", Mr Pepper told the court.
Thanks to http://www.metro.co.uk for some crazy reading tonight.