Man hides sex toys in the wurst way... (Reuters) - Reuters - Staff at a German butcher's shop were shocked to discover a customer had hidden two sex toys in their sausages for transport to Dubai, police said Wednesday.
Drivers zoom by roadside debris- a home (AP) - AP - Motorists traveling Southern California highways are used to seeing all sorts of debris, from mattresses to luggage to clothing. But the ultimate in freeway flotsam has landed along the Hollywood Freeway: a house.
Two N.J. golfers get back-to-back aces (AP) - AP - The men were still calming themselves after witnessing a member of the foursome, Thomas Brady, score a hole-in-one, when Dennis Gerhart stepped to the tee. One stroke later, the celebration began anew. Gerhart had also holed out.
Call him cuckoo -- Chavez changes time in Venezuela (Reuters) - Reuters - President Hugo Chavez wants Venezuelanclocks turned back half an hour and he wants it done in recordtime -- next Monday.
Man hits wife in head with an onion (AP) - AP - A man was arrested after he hit his wife in the back of the head with an onion. James Izzolena, 54, of Des Moines, had been drinking, became upset with his wife, Nicole Izzolena, 27, and threw an onion at her during an argument on Wednesday, police said.
'God' apparently responds to lawsuit (AP) - AP - A legislator who filed a lawsuit against God has gotten something he might not have expected: a response. One of two court filings from "God" came Wednesday under otherworldly circumstances, according to John Friend, clerk of the Douglas County District Court in Omaha.
'Foot harasser' fined for over 600 calls (AP) - AP - A man who made more than 600 telephone calls to a shoe store and other businesses to ask women about their shoes and feet must pay a $200 fine.
Forecaster weathers breast brouhaha (AP) - AP - A television station apologized to viewers after an Internet video showed a longtime weather anchor clowning around in front of a computer graphic of a woman's breast.
'Ol Brown Eyes:' Sinatra seeks office (AP) - AP - This Frank Sinatra isn't the "Chairman of the Board" — but he is running for a spot on the board of supervisors in the Pittsburgh suburb of Moon Township.
Cop faces heat over squad car joy ride (AP) - AP - Prosecutors have filed two misdemeanor charges against a former police officer who authorities say crashed a squad car while showing off for three female college students riding with him.