Nov. 13, 2014
Thursday, 13 November 2014 07:21

388-PEOPLE EAT BREAKFAST IN BED FOR WORLD RECORD: A Shanghai hotel served 388-people breakfast in bed to breaking a world record. The participants were served croissants, noodles and fruit to beat the former record of 288-people.The event was organized by the More Than Aware breast cancer charity. (New York Daily News)

25,000-POUNDS OF FROZEN TURKEYS SPILL ON HIGHWAY: An overturned tractor-trailer spilled about 25,000 pounds of frozen turkeys on a Northern California freeway. The driver went too quickly around an Interstate 680-off ramp causing hours of traffic during the morning commute. It isn't clear what will happen to the boxed turkeys that landed on the road. (Yahoo)

30-POUNDS OF POT SHIPPED: 30-pounds of Marijuana were mailed from California to Hertford County, North Carolina. Police received a call from the local post office when they got a suspicious package shipped express. No signature was required and the wrong name was listed on the address.So the investigators used their k-9 unit to sniff out the package. Police Chief Darrell Rowe said the whole incident was kind of funny because "The dog kind of looked at us and said, do you really need me for this?" No charges have been filed just yet, but two other packages were also shipped with a return address.

FRIENDS ALREADY CAMPING OUT FOR BLACK FRIDAY: Two Friends are already camping out for Black Friday.Vicky Torres and her friend Juanita Alva have picked out their posts in front of a Best Buy in Beaumont, California. Alva and Torres switch off sleeping at the store overnight, saving each other's spot. Alva's husband takes part if for some reason, they both need to leave. They are hoping to get a 50-inch, high definition TV for $199-dollars. (ABC)

WOMAN SELLING UTERUS ON EBAY: A woman is selling her uterus on eBay to raise money for a friend with cancer. Ann Truscott's friend needs $25,000-dollars to fund her chemotherapy. Truscott listed her body part for $2,500-dollars and described it as "a mighty fine collectable." At the bottom there is a link to a gofundme page, where she is hoping to raise funds for her friend. (Metro)

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 November 2014 07:50
 

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