Alicia Jessop knew Friday was going to be a memorable day, but she didn’t realize it would be one she’d never forget.
SLIDELL, La. — A police department in Louisiana is reminding people that it’s there to serve, just not handle customer service complaints about Taco Bell.
PASADENA, Texas — A Texas family could have used a saw instead of a knife to slice a graduation cake from Walmart that was made of plastic foam.
MEMPHIS — A Tennessee man has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for urinating on a Kellogg’s cereal conveyor belt at a Memphis facility.
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — Authorities say a ball python slithered out of a toilet and bit a South Florida man on the arm.
MEMPHIS — Police in Tennessee said a man fleeing authorities stole a patrol car and then crashed it before trying to flee on foot.
BOSTON — A surprise passenger hitched a ride on a Boston commuter trolley, frightening some people at first, but warming their hearts when it willingly snuggled in a human passenger’s arms.
An auto burglary charge was placed Thursday against a man accused of getting into a vehicle and munching on the owner’s fast food.
DICKSON, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee movie theater that sits across from a church and next to an elementary school is promoting the latest movie in the “Hellboy” franchise as “Heckboy.”
BANGKOK — A dog found swimming more than 220 kilometers (135 miles) from shore by workers on an oil rig crew in the Gulf of Thailand has been returned safely to land.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — An Indiana man is suing his parents for getting rid of his vast pornography collection, which he estimates is worth $29,000.
People usually dip chips in salsa. A Maryville man had another idea.
SULPHUR, La. — Police say a man wearing a gorilla suit broke into a Louisiana home and hid under a mattress before officers arrested him.
BERLIN — A German court has ruled that a dog owner isn’t fit to carry a firearms license after his dog shot him with a rifle.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Police dispatchers are trained to deal with a number of situations, and a dispatcher in Indiana had to know her numbers when a boy called 911 seeking help with his homework.