Happy Hump Day! Here are today's top stories:

A groom chokes his bride, the Tin Man DOES have a heart (but no brain), and pizza place cooks MUCH more than pizza...

Johnstown, PA- This married couple is NOT off to the best start...


31-year-old John Delozier got married this past weekend. He and his new bride were going through their wedding gifts when she suggested they save some of the money they'd received. This apparently made Mr. Delozier upset, because he took that as meaning she only cared about money.

Delozier wound up attacking his wife and CHOKING her. He was arrested for simple assault, harassment and strangulation. So far, his blushing bride has yet to use some of that wedding cash to bail him out. [WPXI]

I'm not trying to diminish the importance of true love...but I don't see this marriage lasting very long. Call me crazy.

Sullivan, NY- A guy dressed as the Tin Man was arrested for drunk driving.


Police responded to a call Saturday night about "an intoxicated man on private property." 31-year-old Justin Sherman was hired to dress as the Wizard of Oz character for a party...at least that's what he told the cops. Sherman blew a .19, more than twice the legal limit, and was taken in for DUI.

Oh...and he was still wearing the silver face paint in his mugshot. [The Smoking Gun]

Life comes at you fast. One minute you're cosplaying The Wizard of Oz, the next minute you're in jail realizing there's no place like home.

Sammamish, WA- A pizza joint was offering way more than the usual side dishes.


Police arrested two Papa John's employees and three others on Friday for allegedly selling cocaine through the restaurant. Cops received an anonymous tip and sent undercover officers to the store to purchase the drugs. The suspects would walk to the parking lot and deliver the drugs in pizza boxes.

Authorities referred to the investigation as "Operation Extra Olives."

$28,000 in cash was seized, along with the cocaine, ecstasy, oxycodone, meth, and marijuana. Police also found cocaine residue inside the restaurant and on the cash register. [Huffington Post]

That's either going to scare customers away or make it the busiest Papa John's EVER.

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