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Fruit Limit Imposed On Inmates After Massive Riot Sparked By Homemade Alcohol

NEW ZEALAND - Prisoners in New Zealand jails will be having less fruit in their daily diets. In fact, they will be limited to three pieces of fruit a day after it was discovered that a major jailhouse riot was triggered by inmates drunk on home-brewed alcohol. Officials reported this week that those responsible for Spring Hill prison's massive brawl in June had consumed a potent cocktail of fermented fruit mixed with alcohol based hand sanitizer.   Dec 12, 2013 6:23 AM PT

17-Year-Old Girl Injected Flesh Eating Drug Into Genitals

MEXICO - A 17-year-old girl reportedly addicted to the flesh eating drug known as Krokodil, shocked doctors in Puerto Vallarta recently when she showed up with "severe lacerations" to her genitalia.  Jose Sotero Ruiz Hernandez, an official of the National Migration Institute said, “There’s a case that we had to see at the Social Security: the girl consuming this drug, had an infection in her private parts," which Hernandez said wasn’t caused from sexual intercourse."  Her genitals had already begun "rotting."  Dec 10, 2013 7:18 AM PT

Police: Man Used Sword in Attempted Taco Robbery

SAN ANTONIO - A 28-year-old man was formally charged Friday with aggravated robbery after police say he used a sword in an attempt to procure 6 free tacos from a Bexar County Mexican restaurant. According to an arrest warrant affidavit, a waitress at the restaurant identified Adam Kramer as the man who walked in, ordered six delicious tacos and then refused to pay for them. The affidavit also states that the waitress told detectives that Kramer began pulling a sword in and out of a six-inch sheath when he was told he had to pay for the tacos.  Dec 10, 2013 6:08 AM PT

VIDEO: Pastor Tames Wild Horse During Sermon

LEBANON, Ohio - On Sunday, the associate pastor of Solid Rock Church gave an unusual sermon...he tamed a "wild" horse as part of a lesson in overcoming adversity in life. Lawrence Bishop II rode the horse for ten minutes as part of the church's "Conquer the Beast" event.  Dec 9, 2013 7:56 PM PT

Man Cancels Wedding to Watch Return of Kobe Bryant....Lakers Lose

Nearly eight months ago, Kobe Bryant limped off the court with a torn Achilles tendon. After the injury, there was some doubt whether Bryant would return to the game, so when it was announced he would join the Lakers' line-up for Sunday's game against the Toronto Raptors, one self described "obsessed" Laker fan did what any self described "obsessed" Laker fan would do: he postponed his wedding to go to the game  Dec 9, 2013 7:29 AM PT

UPDATE: Woman GLUED SELF to Home Depot Toilet?

UPDATE: Over the weekend, we reported on an incident where a woman was hospitalized after she sat on a toilet seat that was covered in glue at her local Home Depot.  In a strange turn of events, Banks County Sheriff's investigators now suspect the woman glued herself to the toilet.  Dec 6, 2013 11:57 PM PT

Man Cited After Crashing 50-Ton Vintage Battle Tank

OREGON - A 58-year-old truck driver found that he could not ascend a steep grade while transporting a 1969 Chieftan battle tank weighing 50-tons. According to Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings, the driver, Jeffrey Glossop of Pistol River, then unloaded the tank at the Myers Creek Wayside along U.S. 101. Armed only with the manual for the tank, Glossop got behind the wheel in hopes of getting it up the hill.  Dec 6, 2013 8:13 AM PT

Thieves Steal Entire Crop of Brussel Sprouts From Nun's Farm

Sister Julie Newman told a local radio host that she was "very upset" after a group of thieves broke into a convent garden "in the dead of the night" and purloined an entire field's worth of Brussel sprouts. Brussel sprouts are biennial and take two years to reach maturity. Sister Newman said the theft was a huge setback for those who tended to the sprouts over the last two years.  Dec 6, 2013 6:42 AM PT

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