Gotta love it when my town gets noticed. This is 'Crappy News' for Thursday, January 25th.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia- 12 contestants were disqualified from a beauty pageant. A camel beauty pageant.

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Trainers were busted using botox to plump up the camels' facial features, including the nose, lips and jaw.

The King Abdulaziz Camel Festival is an annual pastime in Saudi Arabia, and it's a pretty big deal--about 30,000 camels have been entered in the competition, with prize money totaling nearly $57 million.

The only penalty is disqualification, but attendees want beauty pageant cheats to face the same punishment as those who give performance-enhancing drugs to a racing camel, which is a fine of about $13,000. [Newsweek]

Is there a penalty for excessive camel toe? C'mon. You were thinking it.

Jamestown, ND- A drug dealer got caught being TOO cautious.

A traffic stop Sunday morning resulted in a deputy seizing 476 pounds of marijuana. (Courtesy: Stutsman County Sheriff's Office)

36-year-old Nhia Lee was pulled over Sunday morning after police observed Lee driving his pickup truck below the speed limit on the Interstate.

The cop searched the truck and found 470 heat-sealed bags containing 476 pounds of marijuana. Lee and 37-year-old Bee Thor were arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Authorities are concerned about the surge of drug activity in the area. Back in December, police pulled over a minivan transporting 198 pounds of marijuana. [Pioneer Press]

Bettendorf, IA- A therapist has been charged with sexual exploitation.


45-year-old Aracely Schutters invited a female patient to her home the evening of December 4th. The woman got into Schutters' hot tub with the intent of discussing issues the client had been dealing with earlier that day.

Schutters allegedly tried to get the patient to drink several alcoholic beverages and then engaged in unwanted kissing and touching of the victim’s inner thigh, breast, and groin. Schutters tried calling and texting the woman to apologize, and admitted to police that she kissed her patient.

She could face five years in prison if convicted. [Quad City Times / KWQC]

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