Two Cambodian Buddhist monks have been arrested for smoking crystal meth in their pagoda. But this shouldn’t come as a surprise, as local legend says that if those monks put their minds to it, they can tweak for 24 hours straight.
A 13-year-old California boy received detention for sharing his school lunch with another student because, as we all know, only Communists share things.
A Pennsylvania man caused more than $14,000 in damage when he did “doughnuts” with his pickup truck in a bar parking lot. However, those costs were far outweighed by the exponential increase in value to his street cred.
A man in Malaysia who had 10 metal ball bearings implanted in his penis to improve his sexual abilities had to have them surgically removed when they began to rust.
On the bright side, he pretty much has sole ownership of the pickup line “Hey girl you ever been with a man who had 10 metal ball bearings implanted in his penis to improve his sexual abilities only to have them surgically removed when they began to rust? Oh you haven’t? Where are you going? Come back.”
An Australian public servant has been denied compensation because she took extended work breaks to get soy milk for her organic coffee, citing dietary needs.
Unbelievable. Can you believe the audacity of this woman to care about her health and well-being while there’s work to be done?
A Kentucky man has admitted to posing as a city worker to get free bus rides in what is, hands down, the least-ambitious and lamest con ever.
One of the world’s top fund managers has warned investors to stay away from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s upcoming IPO, which is projected to be the largest in US history. He also said that to make sure no one gets screwed over, he’ll just buy up all of the shares okay?