Couple’s First Date Wraps Up With Police Chase
They're going to have a hard time topping this. Here's "Crappy News" for Friday, February 1st, 2019.
Pyongyang, North Korea- People are apparently "craving" this new style.
Alek Sigley, an Australian graduate student at Kim Il Sung University, first reported on a unique new fashion trend.
He saw an article in a Korean style magazine about edible dress shirts.
The clothes were described as having "artificial flannelette fabrics composed of trace elements such as high-grade protein, amino acids, fruit juice, magnesium, iron and calcium" and "can be eaten to avoid starvation in the event that food has run out."[Newsweek]
Why not use this for hoodies, too? MUCH more sustenance.
Guelph, Ontario, Canada- A woman got arrested because of snow.
Two women were removing snow from their vehicles in the parking lot of an apartment complex last month.
A 61-year-old woman was angry about where her 71-year-old neighbor was putting the snow.
Police say the suspect "scooped some snow onto her shovel, lifted it to about her waist, flung the shovel and threw the snow, hitting the [older] female." A "minor physical altercation" followed.
The victim suffered and bruising to her wrists and a cut to her cheek. The 61-year-old was charged with assault and will appear in court in March. [CBC News]
Calhoun County, MI- A couple was arrested after a high-speed police chase...on their first date.
A 20-year-old guy & 21-year-old woman matched on a dating site and the pair arranged to meet on Wednesday for the first time. The couple hooked up in her van...but the man then stole some money out of the woman's purse and took off in his car.
She started chasing him in her van, a cop saw them speeding, and started pursuing them until each vehicle slid off the icy highway.
They were both arrested for fleeing and eluding police, and he faces additional charges of robbery, possession of counterfeit bills and other traffic offenses. [Battle Creek Enquirer]
Wow...what are they going to do for a SECOND date?