In Banton, Scotland, a farmer was fed-up with wild deer coming into his farm and destroying the crops. Traditional scare crows did not help, so the man wanted something that looked like a real person. He ordered a blow-up doll from Amazon and put it in the back of his field. “She has made a much better job of it than my last scarecrow, which was made from a carrier bag on the end of a stick,” he said, according to the UK’s Mirror.
In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, after spending four hours at a seafood buffet, a woman refused to pay her bill. Police were called. They asked her if she had any money on her. She said no. According to The Sun News, they then asked who she thought would pay her tab. She said Jesus would pay it.
In Fort Morgan, Colorado, a man called police to say he was in a Walmart parking lot and a woman he didn’t know wouldn’t get out of his car. When police arrived on the scene, they found the man confused, and the woman said she was his cousin, and the main was on drugs. The two admitted they had drugs in the car. According to the local ABC News station, the police found 16 pounds of meth.amph.etamine in the car.
In Bethesda, Maryland, a woman dropped off her children at her ex-husband’s house and later realized his fiancé was in the house. She started ringing the doorbell and banging on the door. He asked her to leave and used a cell phone camera to record the incident. The cell phone video footage showed her exposing her brea.sts and shaking them towards the camera. A police officer responded to the scene, told the woman she could be arrested for indec.ent expos.ure and asked her to leave. She held out her hands and said, “Arrest me then.” According to the Washington Post, the woman is a member of the Maryland House of Delegates.
In Omaha, Nebraska, a would-be carjacker was thwarted by his height. A man pulled a gu.n and told a woman to get out of her car. According to the local NBC News station, the woman was very short, so when the suspect tried to get in the car he could fit. And, he couldn’t figure out how to adjust the seat. So, he ran away.
In Riverside, California, a man dropped off his Nissan 350Z to have it serviced. He returned to the Taco Bell, where he is a manager. Four hours later, one of his employees spotted what looked like the manager’s car in the drive thru. It was discovered that two mechanics were joy-riding in his car when they were supposed to be driving a specified route used for diagnostics. Both mechanics have been fired. And the dealership offered the manager 20% off services and an additional amount of free parts and upgrades.