The NYC Subway is not safe for life. That you already knew, but still...ish is crazy! Last Friday, 42-year-old Richard Arrocho, who's certifiable, climbed his way into the cab of the No. 5 train in the Bronx and began yelling at the motorman, Darryl George, that someone was trying to kill him and that the person had a gun. When Darryl refused to move the train, Richard pulled out a screwdriver.
Joe Nelms, the pastor of Family Baptist Church in Nashville, says he did not want to do "cookie-cutter prayers" when he gave the invocation at Saturday night's Nationwide race at Nashville Superspeedway in Gladeville, Tenn. Late in the prayer, pastor Joe channeled his inner Ricky Bobby when he borrowed a line from the film "Talladega Nights" and said: "Lord, I want to thank you for my smokin' hot wife tonight, Lisa, and my two children, Eli and Emma, or as we like to call [them], 'The Little E's.'" he said.
Steve Campos of Santa Rosa, New Mexico is the landlord from hell. Tenants say he frequently broke into their apartments, watch them in the shower and even stole their underwear.
As it turns out, you can get away with anything at the Apple Store.
The city of Hampton, Ga. has banned sagging.
Last Thursday, a man barged into a Denver cupcake shop and threatened workers with a syringe full of HIV-tainted blood.