A Little Friday File Fun

In Lino Lakes, Minnesota, a woman was arrested for driving while into.xicated after she rear-ended a vehicle, causing it to crash into the back of another car. According to the Huffington Post, police said she was unable to spell her name, but she was able to give an excuse for her crime— “I am upset over the outcome of the election and you should let me go home.”

In Broomall, Pennsylvania, a teacher went to her doctor for a physical. While there, the doctor criticized protests over Trump’s election. The teacher responded that people had a right to protest. That’s when, the Associated Press reports, the doctor replied that if she didn’t believe what he believed, his practice wasn’t for her and she needed to go. So she left. The doctor says he didn’t kick her out, and that he sent her a letter of apology and won’t talk politics with patients anymore, according to the news report. However, the teacher says she has a new doctor.

In Bray, Berkshire, England, a man combined his passions for biscuits and bungee jumping by setting a strange Guinness World Record. He plunged 75 meters to successfully dunk a biscuit into a cup of tea, the BBC reports. His technique involved clasping one wrist over the other to offer greater stability and precision as the biscuit surged towards its small target. According to the news report, the man, who attempted the feat as part of Guinness World Records Day, said: “It was pretty difficult. The team helped by getting me roughly in there in the right place, but going down and having to nail that cup of tea was pretty tricky.”