sept. 5, 2014
Friday, 05 September 2014 12:59

PRISONER POSTS PICTURE OF HIMSELF DRINKING COGNAC AND SMOKING: A Canadian prisoner posted pictures of himself with a bottle of cognac and a cigar causing a Montreal jail to come under fire. The photos, which were uploaded to Facebook by Michael Simoneau-Meunier, were posted with the caption, "Xo and blunt living da jail life". Simoneau-Meunier also posted of himself and other Bordeaux inmates posing with their shirts off. Jail Officials have declined to comment and Quebec's public safety department would say only that a zero tolerance policy is in place for alcohol, drugs, tobacco and cell phones in jails and prisons.

COLLEGE EXAM ALREADY HAD ALL THE ANSWERS: Austrian students were pleasantly surprised when they were given exams with the answers already filled in. The University of Salzburg says 144-would-be psychology students were given the wrong tests. The students were actually given copies meant for professors grading the exam. The applicants will be retested next month. (Yahoo)


PEACE LOVER WINS BATTLE FOR "WAR SUX" LICENSE PLATE: A peace-loving Michigan man won his battle to get a "War Sux" license plate in a lawsuit settlement. David Devarti agreed to a settlement with Secretary of State Ruth Johnon's Office that will allow him to request a personalized license plate reading "WAR SUX." Johnson's office agreed not to enforce the "offensive to good taste and decency" restriction after U.S. District Judge Gordon Quist ruled the guidelines were too broad. (Michigan Live)

HOCKEY TEAM TO WEAR SEINFELD-THEMED JERSEYS: On November 16th, The Bakersfield Condors will wear "puffy shirt" jersey's, in reference to a Seinfeld episode. The Edmonton Oilers affiliate will also be "sponsored" by companies from the show and will have character names on the back of the jersey. The Sweaters will be auctioned off after the game to benefit the M.A.R.E. Riding Center in Bakersfield. (ESPN)

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