Stupid News: Candy Coated Woman Shoplifts Coat In Her Underpants & Dog Owners Think Their Dog is Better Than Chuck DeBroder
FUR REAL? ... You know what they say: The bigger they are, the easier it is for them to hide a fur coat in their underpants! OK, that’s not exactly what they say, but that’s exactly what 5 foot 6 inch, 270-pound Stephanie Moreland did.
Minnesota cops made that discovery after hauling Stephanie in on shoplifting charges. A fur dealer accused her of stealing a $6,500 mink, but when officers caught up with her, they found a hanger from the store, but no coat.
After THREE DAYS in custody, she finally lifted up her dress and pulled out the mink coat from her underwear. There's no word on if the store plans to resell the coat or if they even want it back.
DRUNK MAN NOT A SLATER FAN ... The Homer Glen, Illinois, bar Mullets Sports Bar & Restaurant has on one of its wall an homage to the most famous mullets of all time. One of the photos features MARIO LOPEZ from back when he was playing A.C. Slater on "Saved By the Bell".
Well, apparently one of it’s drunken customers to umbrage to the Slater homage and RIPPED the photo off the bathroom wall then SMASHED it on the floor. When police responded to a call from the bar owner and asked the customer why he'd torn down the photo, he responded, quote, "I just don't like Slater."
DOG OWNERS THINK THEIR DOG BETTER THAN THE T.V. GUYS ... A new survey by the Associated Press and Petside found that 72% of dog owners - or about three out of four - believe their DOG is better at predicting the weather than “Doppler” Dave or Chuck DeBroder.
Cat owners are a little more down-to-earth. Only 66% of them think their cat can predict the weather and warn them about a change in the weather long before they heard it from any other source.
And how did thier pets warn them? 64% tried to hide in a safe place, 56% whined or cried, 52% became hyperactive or unpredictable, and 36% barked or meowed nonstop
Scientists have proven that animals can sometimes predict bad weather because of changes in air and barometric pressure outside, but there's no proof they have any sort of weather-predicting sixth sense. Heck, my dog doesn't even have the sense to not eat his own poop!