Mom Popped For DUI With Four Kids In Her Car
An early candidate for Mother of the Year! This is "Crappy News" for Friday, March 1st, 2019.
Aarhus, Denmark- This guy got a very unexpected diagnosis.
The man's left nostril had been stuffy and drippy for the past two years, and he was losing his ability to smell.
When steroids didn't work he went to the hospital, where a CT scan revealed a mucus-covered mass on the floor of his nasal cavity.
Doctors removed it originally thinking it was some kind of cyst, but it turned out to be a wayward tooth growing in the man's nose.
Doctors were stumped as to how the man developed the problem, but it's exceedingly rare, occurring in less than 1% of the population. The patient's symptoms went away following the procedure. [LiveScience]
I've been pretty congested for the past week...maybe I should get that looked at.
Cuyahoga County, OH- Someone finally paid his library fine...after 51 YEARS.
An issue of Life Magazine featuring The Beatles went missing from the county's library all the way back in 1968, never to be seen again. Until now.
The library received a package last week which contained the issue, a money order for $100, and a note that said, quote, "I stole this magazine from the Parma Ridge Road Library when I was a kid. I'm sorry I took it. I've enclosed a check for the late fee."
The library shared a photo of the magazine on Facebook, thanking the Beatles fan for returning it, and "clearing your conscience." [UPI]
Peoria, AZ- This woman put her parenting skills on FULL DISPLAY.
Police received a 911 call about a car going the wrong way Saturday afternoon. The witness followed the vehicle into a parking lot and told officers the driver was "heavily impaired."
Authorities at the scene smelled alcohol and said 61-year-old Joni Laughlin appeared disoriented and confused.
Police tried to conduct a field sobriety test but Laughlin "was unable to understand the instructions to even get into the test taking stance."
A breath test showed her b.a.c. at 0.254, more than three times the legal limit. Oh, and her four children--all younger than 15--were in the vehicle, too.
Laughlin is facing charges including extreme DUI and aggravated DUI with a passenger under 15. [AZfamily.com]
Who wouldn't want this lady as a role model? She makes awesome life choices!