August 29, 2014
10:25 am
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Stupid News for 12/13/13

      A Florida woman had to be carted off by cops for trashing her family kitchen because she was unhappy with her hubby's decision to baste the turkey. Cynthia Faba got upset when her husband didn't respond to her complaints about his cooking methods, so she walked into the kitchen and began smashing things - including the good china that was earmarked for the family meal. When he tried to go out for a walk to cool down the situation, she shoved him, forcing him to smack his face into the wall - and prompting him to call cops. Officers arrived on the scene to haul off Faba, who had an outstanding warrant for violence against her hubby.

     In Georgia, a Wendy’s employee went to jail for accidentally leaving a half-smoked joint inside a burger she then served to a customer. Amy Sieber immediately confessed that the weed was hers when the cops showed up at the restaurant. Apparently she'd been toking on the job - and when she was fixing the burger, part of the marijuana fell between the buns. Oops. Not only did Amy go to jail, she was also fired for not following proper food handling steps.

      We know a picture is worth a thousand words, but 750 bucks? That's the amount that a British bargain-hunter ended up spending when his attempt to get an X-Box netted him nothing more than a photo of the in-demand device. Peter Clatworthy checked into eBay in an attempt to find a Christmas present for his niece and settled on an X-Box One, wiring $750 to a seller, only to be taken aback when he got an 11-by-11 snapshot inscribed with the note, "Thank you for your purchase." To add insult to injury, it wasn’t even a good picture, just a box cover on an old ink jet printer with nothing but magenta left in its cartridge. Clatworthy can't even sue for fraud, since the listing actually only promised a photo, not the real thing, a warning he ignored. He says, "I looked at the seller's feedback and there was nothing negative. I bought it there and then because I thought it was a good deal. It's obvious now I've been conned out of my money."
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