Wednesday, December 21, 2011

WATCH: Idiot Tries to Shoot Mouse, Shoots Roommate Instead; Drunk Lady Falls Under Train; Living Rent-Free

As this reporter says, this is a story that's hard to make up. A man from Taylorsville, Utah was trying to shoot a mouse in his kitchen with a 9mm handgun, but the bullet went through the wall and landed in his roommate's chest. But the story doesn't there: As cops were investigating the accidental shooting, they found a 13-year-old girl hiding in a basement closet. The girl told police she was at the house to see her boyfriend, 34-year-old Paul Daniel Kunzler, whom she has been sleeping with for four months. Suffice it to say, Paul (who wasn't the roommate shot) was taken to jail.

Just in time for the holiday season, the British Transport Police released this surveillance video to show the dangers of being under the influence at train stations. In the video, a drunk woman was exiting a train when she stumbles backwards and falls on to the tracks. She was recovered from the track and taken to hospital suffering from cuts and bruises.

Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church shelled out $68,000 to pay off the layaway bills of 800 people at Burlington Coat Factory in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania. Now, who do we have to talk to pay off our bill at Neiman Marcus?

Meanwhile, in Polk City, Florida, a lady stole a box of filled with donated toys, which were intended for needy kids.

An unidentified lady from Grand Chute, Wisconsin is charged with child abuse for choking her 11-year-old daughter after becoming angry because the Green Bay Packers lost.

Doctors ordered Donna Kelly, 29, to spend three months upside-down in bed to prevent her unborn baby girl from falling out.

The FDA has given scientists at the University of Western Ontario approval to begin testing of the world's first HIV/AIDS vaccine. The Phase I trial will begin in January and will include 40 volunteers who already have HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. If the initial trial is successful, it will be followed by further clinical trials to determine whether the SAV001 vaccine is effective against HIV. According to scientists, the vaccine is designed to prime the body's T-cells to destroy any cells that might become infected with HIV.

Teenagers today are out of control. Four teenagers robbed an Atlanta coffee shop and everyone inside at gunpoint.

Stunt queen Roderick Walker is living in a fancy 3.5 bedroom home and he hasn't paid a cent for it. He's teaching others how to do it. However, we're not sure if he's also telling people there's a high probability you can be charged with trespassing and be thrown in jail!

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