Try the local cuisine when you go on vacation, they said. You'll love it, they said. This is "Crappy News" for Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018.

The Internet- Porn stars apparently aren't getting enough they've found new ways to build their brand.

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Adult actresses are using sites like Google’s YouTube and Amazon’s Twitch to broadcast their antics on hit games like Fortnite and Overwatch. XXX actress Harriet Sugarcookie (yes, seriously) says that gaming is a natural transition for porn stars because they "have a lot of free time – like athletes ... They get paid a lot of money for a relatively short amount of work."

Fortnite has already spawned two porn parodies, featuring adult stars April O’Neil and Susy Gala. [New York Post] 2018, we don't even use the internet for porn anymore. A sad sign of the times.

Katmai National Park, AK- Three men were arrested for approaching bears.


Park officials say two Alaska residents and a tourist entered a closed area while a group of bears were eating. One these geniuses decided "Hey, this looks like an excellent place to pose for a selfie."

Park regulations prohibit getting within 50 yards of a bear feeding on a concentrated source, such as salmon. Though I'm not sure why you'd WANT to get that close.

On the bright side, he didn't get ripped to shreds by a group of bears. On the down side, park cameras got a perfect video of him in the river, so it looks like he will be facing charges for going into the restricted area. [KTUU-TV]

Is it worth potentially being MAULED TO DEATH just to get a selfie? Actually...don't answer that.

Mexico City, Mexico- A restaurant was busted for using illegal ingredients.

Officials shut down Mexico En El Paladar, which specializes in pre-Hispanic and exotic cuisine that delves into Mexico City’s Aztec past.


The restaurant is also for its exotic ingredients, including moth larvae, crocodile and chocolate-covered scorpions. But one recipe in particular raised the ire of authorities.

The restaurant was busted for serving tacos...with TARANTULA meat. Specifically, the rare Red Rump Tarantula, which is a protected species in Mexico.

Agents seized four tarantula corpses that were ready to be served up on tortillas. [The Takeout]

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