In North Oakland, Pennsylvania, a man is facing charges for threatening to shoot employees at an Indian restaurant. The restaurant owner told police the suspect showed up in a drunken rage still mad that servers had put onions in his food the night before, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
In Malden, Massachusetts, a woman’s neighbors called 911 because the woman was complaining about serious pain. However, before first responders arrived, she gave birth to a baby girl. The family says it was not aware a baby was on the way.
In Waco, Texas, a woman was in the drive-thru of a McDonald’s waiting on chicken nuggets when she got very impatient. According to the Associated Press, she was demanding she get the nuggets for free, then picked up the phone to call 911 to complain. At the same time, a restaurant employee was calling 911 to have her removed. She was given her money back and told to leave. She did not get her nuggets.
In Anaheim, California, a hazardous materials team was called to Disneyland after reports that fec.es had been thrown on people. However, police and fire officials soon learned the culprit was a flock of geese that had let go droppings while in flight. According to the Associated Press, 17 people, including six children, were hit by the bird droppings. They were taken to a private restroom to clean up and were given clean clothes.In Pinson, Alabama, a man stole a Kenworth T-300 flatbed delivery truck and led police on a low-speed chase. Turns out the man was unfamiliar with the complexities of a modern manual transmission, and was unable to get the truck out of first gear, according to AL.com. Finally, the transmission seized, the truck stopped and the man was arrested.In Colorado Springs, Colorado, a group of runners was surprised by an unexpected contestant in a race.
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In West Yorkshire, Ireland, policemen are taking extreme measures to protect their milk in the communal fridge from being taken by co-workers.
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