“This is my emotional support beer.”

“This is my emotional support beer.”

The Brooklyn Paper claims a New York man has registered his favorite beer as an emotional support animal. Floyd Hayes tells the paper he likes seasonal IPA beers and that his emotional support beer helps him manage his social anxiety disorder. “I travel from upstate to Brooklyn a lot, and on the bus they say its a federal crime to smoke or have an alcoholic beverage unless by prior written contest, and I always wondered where you get that consent. Not that I’m an alcoholic.”

And finally,

Metro News says 75-year-old Angus, Scotland resident Alan Hattel was recently shocked to find his own grave at a cemetery. The headstone contained Alan’s name along with the name of his ex-wife, Bertha. Alan believes Bertha erected the headstone without his knowledge. He says, “I’ve never, ever said I wanted to be buried alongside my ex-wife. We’ve been separated 26 years and there’s no animosity, but I didn’t want to spend my life with her and I don;t want to spend eternity with her.”

And finally,

The Sun Herald says a Biloxi, Mississippi woman recently got busted for embezzling $303,000 from the construction company where she worked. Elizabeth O’Neill was arrested following a company audit. She stole the money over the course of five years in order to fund her shopping addiction. The weird part of the story is, she asked the company’s owner if she could keep her job. The not weird part, he said “no,” because she’ll be in jail.