Refridgerdating?

Refridgerdating?

The Daily Mail claims Samsung has launched a new dating app called Refridgerdating. A camera and an app, monitor what’s inside your refrigerator before matching you with other people who have similar food preferences and things in their fridge. The smart refrigerator sells for $4,599.

The NY Post claims Makoto Endo, of Saitama, Japan, was arrested for stealing 70 pairs of shoes. He told cops he stole the shoes because he got pleasure from sniffing them. Endo says well-worn shoes turn him on the most.

And finally,

A student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has decided to move out of her apartment after discovering a 30-year-old man living in her closet and wearing her clothes. The student had been noticing some things missing from her closet and couldn’t understand where they were going. She keeps her door locked and never saw any signs of a break-in. But last weekend she heard a noise inside the closet and thought somebody might be inside. She asked, “Who’s there?” A voice answered, “Me,” and then added, “Oh, my name is Drew.” The student says the man was wearing all of her clothes. Officers arrived in minutes and placed the strange man under arrest. (Buzzfeed)