Here's today's "Crappy News" for Monday, July 10th:

South Daytona, FL- A mom was arrested for leaving her child in a hot car last month.

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30-year-old Colleen Walker went into a Dollar General with her 3-year-old daughter while her 5-year-old son waited in the car. Someone heard the kid screaming and called 911.

When Walker came out of the store she told police she'd only been inside for about 12 minutes. Police reviewed security video and discovered it had actually been 28 minutes, and the temperature inside car was 107°.

On her way to jail, Walker asked for cops to turn on the air conditioning because the squad car was too hot. I'm guessing she didn't understand the irony. Walker was charged with child neglect and faces up to five years in prison. [WFTV]

Find the nearest trophy shop...we have another favorite for Mom of the Year!

Seattle, WA- A flight attendant beat up an airline passenger, but this time it was totally the right thing to do.

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23-year-old Jospeh Hudek was among about 200 passengers aboard a plane bound for Beijing. About an hour into the trip Hudek hurtled toward the forward right exit of the aircraft, grabbed the handle, and tried to PULL IT OPEN. Hudek continued shoving and punching crew and passengers trying to stop him. Eventually a flight attendant grabbed two wine bottles and bashed Hudek over the head with them. But...he KEPT fighting until a large group of passengers were able to subdue him.

The plane flew back to Seattle and Hudek was charged with interfering with a flight crew--which sounds far less menacing than "attempting to kill 200 people." [Washington Post]

Melbourne, Australia- Police shot a couple dressed as comic book characters...

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35-year-old guy Dale Ewins and 37-year-old Zita Sukys attended a swingers party at a nightclub on Friday night. It was a costume party, and they were dressed up as The Joker and Harley Quinn. Several partygoers called police to report a man inside with a gun.

Cops arrived and saw the couple getting-it-on in front of a large group of people, and also saw the toy gun Ewins had as part of his Joker costume. But they didn't know it was fake, so they FIRED. Ewins and his girlfriend were shot but their injuries weren't life-threatening. [News.com.au]

The couple says the experience was almost as painful as watching Suicide Squad.

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