sept. 17, 2014
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 13:51

PRANKSTERS MOCK CHECKPOINT ON SCOTLAND BORDER: A Scottish passport checkpoint that sprung up on the border between England and Scotland was just a prank. A guard and barrier were placed at the Scottish border as part of an elaborate prank to lighten the mood. Jon Parker Lee, the organizer of the mock border control, said he wasn’t taking sides in the vote but hoped both countries would be ‘united’ in laughter. (Metro)

FANS URINATE IN GOALKEEPER'S WATER BOTTLE: A Swiss goalkeeper threatened legal action after fans of a rival team urinated in his water bottle and then taunted him when he took a sip. FC Muri goalkeeper Reto Felder said he felt sick after tasting the warm contents of the bottle, which he left near the goalpost. A group of unidentified fans persuaded a ball boy to pass them the bottle during the second half of the match.

MEN USE VATICAN CAR TO SMUGGLE DRUGS: Authorities in France used a Vatican vehicle to smuggle pot and cocaine to Spain. Cardinal Jorge Maria Mejia gave the car to two Italian men, who were supposed to give the car a tune up, but instead they drove to Spain to pick up cocaine and marijuana. The men were busted by French customs officers Sunday (September 15th) in Chambery as they headed for the border with Switzerland and Italy. The diplomatic plates did not stop officers from conducting a routine search of the vehicle and discovering the drugs.

TEEN ADMITS TO RUBBING HIS TESTICLES ON PIZZA: A teen employee at a Texas pizzeria rubbed his testicles on a pie because he was upset that the customer ordered it close to closing time. The customer arrived at Pappa Murphy's in Georgetown and caught 18-Year-old Austin Michael Symonds rubbing himself on the pizza. The teenager apologized to the customer and later admitted his actions to police. He was charged with tampering with a consumer product. (Huffington Post)

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