Weird News

Air Canada Makes Another Mistake at SFO, FAA to Investigate

Three months after an Air Canada flight narrowly avoided causing the “greatest aviation disaster in history,” a second Air Canada jet ignored a San Francisco air traffic controller’s repeated orders to abort a landing at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), sparking an investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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Surgeons Remove 40 Knives From Indian Man’s Stomach

Surgeons in India removed 40 knives from a man’s stomach after a 5-hour-long surgery. Doctors admitted the unidentified 42-year-old patient to the hospital in Northern India after he complained of abdominal pain, weight loss, and weakness.

Dean of Mumbai's Lokmanya Tilak Medical College and Hospital (Sion hospital) Suleman Merchant inspects x-rays showing a pendant and necklace lodged inside the stomach of Anil Jadhav in Mumbai on May 1, 2015. Jadhav, an alleged thief who swallowed a gold necklace after snatching it from a housewife, has expelled …

British Pokemon GO Players Robbed At Gunpoint

LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) – Three teenagers playing the hit game Pokemon GO have been robbed at gunpoint in a north London park and forced to hand over their mobile phones, British police said on Saturday. Armed robberies are rare

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Texas Man Accused of Barbecuing His Dog

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Authorities have arrested a man who is believed to have killed his dog and then roasted him in his barbecue pit.


Mobile Meth Lab Busted in East Texas

An East Texas man has been allegedly using his personal vehicle as a mobile meth lab before authorities caught up with him on a “routine” traffic stop. The man fled but was later arrested following an investigation.

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The Guardian Duped by Fake El Chapo’s Daughter, Says Drug Lord’s Wife

The wife of billionaire Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman claims that the recent interview The Guardian conducted with one of the capo’s daughters was in fact false and that the family has never heard of her. The controversial interviews was filled with explosive accusations that have now been put into question.

Rosa Isela Guzman Ortiz

College Frat Party Behind Standoff with Police at Texas Border Ranch

A fraternity initiation gone wrong resulted in law enforcement officers and college students having a 45 minute standoff at a ranch in the small border city of Alton. The standoff ended with some embarrassed students receiving misdemeanor charges for disturbing the peace and the fraternity being suspended by the university.

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Mexico Continues Hunt for El Chapo — Monkey Led Authorities to Hideout

Mexican authorities have raided close to a dozen houses in the state of Sinaloa as they continue their search for information leading to the new hideout of the elusive Joaquin “El Chapo”Guzman Loera. Recently Mexican authorities came close to catching the famous narco after a monkey helped lead them to his hideout.


YAHOO News Falls for Debunked ‘El Chapo’ Rumors

Online giant Yahoo has fallen hook, line and sinker for a debunked story claiming that Mexican drug lord El Chapo has posted a $100 million reward for leading presidential candidate Donald Trump.


Border Patrol Agents Find Illegal Immigrant Stuffed in Suitcase

FALFURRIAS, Texas — Agents with the U.S. Border Patrol found an illegal immigrant stuffed inside a suitcase at an immigration checkpoint 80 miles north from the Texas border. As part of the case, agents also arrested two other illegal immigrants and three suspected human smugglers that were traveling in the same vehicle.


Mexican Official Suggests Lethal Injections for the Homeless and Mentally Ill

A Mexican politician became the target of criticism after she recently asked if giving a lethal injection to the region’s homeless and those with psychiatric ailments was a better option than letting them run wild. The comment was made by Olga Gutierrez de Machorro, a public official in the Mexican town of Tecamachalco Puebla

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Cartel Wannabe Arrested in Mexico After Facebook Posts

A man boasting on Facebook of occupying a leadership position for the feared Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion ended up behind bars exposed as a fraud. Authorities from the Mexican State of Jalisco arrested 24-year-old Martin Juarez Campos on charges of inciting violence and promoting crime, information provided to Breitbart Texas by Jalisco’s Attorney General’s Office revealed.

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