FRIDAY FUN – November 19, 2021

And now it's time for some FRIDAY FUN!

Thanksgiving fails, Thanksgiving fun, and more.

Near New York City, a police officer stopped a driver on the Long Island Expressway when he noticed the passenger in a car traveling in the high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane “didn’t look quite right,” according to UPI. The officer found that the front seat passenger was actually the front seat dressed up to look like a person with a jacket pulled over the seat and a hat and hood on the headrest. The driver was ticketed for an HOV violation.

In Dublin, Georgia, a stolen Purple Heart has been returned to a Vietnam veteran. It was stolen 38 years ago when the man lived in Florida. A man living in Brooksville, Florida, saw the Purple Heart with a $2 price tag at a yard sale, according to UPI. He used various websites to find the owner and returned it to him.

In Fort Plain, New York, a stray cat was brought into an animal shelter. The staff scanned the cat for a microchip and discovered he was from Williamsport, Pennsylvania—more than 200 miles from where he was found, UPI reports. The cat’s owners said he had been missing since early August.

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