Man Arrested For DUI — On a Bulldozer
When you see a man driving around on a bulldozer at 2 AM, chances are he’s up to no good.
We Cannot Tell a Lie — Here Are America’s Most Honest Cities
Thanks to folks at Honest Tea, we now have a pretty good handle at which are the most honest cities in America.
Polish Olympian to Sell Bronze Medal to Help Sick Five-Year-Old
The 2012 Summer Games are over. But the Olympic spirit lives on thanks to Polish windsurfer Zofia Noceti-Klepacka, who will fulfill the promise she made to the family of a five-year-old who suffers from cystic fibrosis by selling her bronze medal.
Coach Kicks Hot Coeds Out Of Stadium During Football Practice
There is little more brutal in a free society than football practice in August. The Tigers of the University of Missouri were going through that horror show when, on the horizon, appeared two coeds, tan and lithe. The shapely ladies were running the steps of Faurot Field. Or were they just visions? Pleasant thoughts that dance about the brain right before it shuts down with heat stroke?
Hood Slide Goes Hilariously Wrong
The hood slide was popularized by good ol’ boys Bo and Luke on the TV series ‘Dukes of Hazzard.’ The move has been repeated millions of times since, but usually without the Duke’s well-practiced accuracy.
Insane Dad Builds Backyard Roller Coaster With 12-Foot Drop
Being a parent means you have the chance to build all the stuff you wish you had when you were a kid but lacked the tools and know-how to pull off.
Olympic Swimmer Makes Replica Gold Medal for Fallen Rival
When Hungarian swimmer Daniel Gyurta won the gold medal in the 200m breaststroke during the London Olympics it just didn’t feel right. That’s because rival and good friend Dale Oen wasn’t there to compete against him.
‘Furious Pete’ Consumes Michael Phelps’ 12,000 Calorie Diet In One Sitting
To help fuel his way to a record Olympic 18 gold medals, swimmer Michael Phelps eats over 12,000 calories a day while training and competing. Presumably, Phelps doesn’t wolf down all of these calories in one sitting. Furious Pete, a competitive eater and YouTube personality, most certainly did consume over 12,000 calories in one giant meal.
Creepy Dude is Totally in Love With Balloons
The rules of attraction are mysterious indeed. Take Dave, for example, the 27-year-old who is completely in love with balloons.
Jump Over Golf Cart Ends in Amazing Atomic Wedgie
We all have that friend who can’t resist a physical challenge. Likely egged on by his bros, the daredevil in the video below attempts to leap a golf cart in a single bound.
Sherlyn Chopra Will Be First Woman From India to Appear in Playboy
There are over 600 million women in India (we just counted — twice). Yet, not a single one of them has ever appeared in Playboy, making the Asian nation the world’s largest untapped market for glossy airbrushed nudity. Thanks to Sherlyn Chopra, India is about to be tapped.
Ticked-Off Umpire Ejects Minor League PA Announcer After He Plays ‘Three Blind Mice’ [VIDEO]
During a recent Class A minor league baseball game between the Daytona Cubs and the Fort Myers Miracles, public address announcer Derek Dye decided to have some fun with the umpires. Bad idea.
These Guys Prove Grenade Fishing Is Not a Good Idea
Generally speaking, the fisherman/fish dynamic is stacked heavily in favor of the guy with the hook. The relationship would seem even more unequal when the angler is dropping a grenade into the water.
Reporter Completely Melts Down While Reporting on the Heat
One of the ways a local TV news reporter can distinguish himself is through his coverage of an extreme weather event. WATE 6 News Knoxville reporter Mike Krafcik was given that opportunity when he was assigned to the heatwave which struck the Tennessee city earlier this month.
17-Year-Old Arrested After Threatening British Diver Tom Daley on Twitter
Like many Olympians, British diver Tom Daley uses Twitter to communicate with his fans. On Monday, one of his over 700,000 followers stepped out of line with a vicious taunt after the 18-year-old failed to medal in the 10m synchronized diving event.
Aly Raisman’s Parents Are the Breakout Stars of the London Olympics
Gymnast Aly Raisman was one of the big stories of the opening weekend of the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games. The 18-year old from Needham, Ma. qualified for the all-around title, knocking teammate, world champion and best friend Jordyn Wieber out of the competition that Wieber would have been the favorite in. But the most entertaining part of Raisman’s near flawless routine was her parents’ reac
Blind Archer Sets First World Record of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games
Thanks to South Korean archer Im Dong-hyun the first world record and the first good human interest story of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London has come before the Games of the XXX Olympiad have even officially begun.
Freaky, Unidentified ‘Monster’ Washes Ashore In New York City [NSFW Photos]
In July of 2008, the carcass of a bloated, chimera-like animal washed ashore in Long Island. The ‘Montauk Monster‘ terrified and fascinated the nation that summer, with zoologists eventually concluding the beast was probably a water-damaged raccoon, rather than some sort of byproduct of a top-secret experiment gone horribly wrong. Four years later, it looks like we have another monster on our hand
Mystery of Utah’s ‘Goat Man’ Solved
Last week, a man wearing a goat suit was spotted among a herd of wild goats in the mountains of Northern Utah.
Bear Enters Mall, Goes Shopping At Sears
When a bear can’t find what it needs in the woods it generally raids the trash cans of neighboring humans. But in Pittsburgh, a bear cub devised a far more ambitious plan to stock up on supplies- – she took off to the nearest mall and entered the facility through the Sears.