“Is that a grenade in your pocket, or…”

“Is that a grenade in your pocket, or…”

ABC claims an Ocala, Florida Taco Bell was evacuated on Saturday after a fisherman brought a grenade to the restaurant. The man told people he found the grenade while magnet fishing. A bomb squad quickly arrived and removed the grenade from the man’s trunk. Police say the grenade is authentic and from World War II. No one was hurt. I’m sure he said, you should have seen the torpedo that got away.

CBS claims the Shelbyville, Tennessee police are looking for a couple, who recently stole $11,000 worth of ink cartridges from a local Walmart. The couple entered the store at 3 a.m., filled a bag with 332 ink cartridges and then left through the store’s garden center. A store alarm failed to sound. The couple fled in a waiting getaway car. (I’m sure they’ll be back for paper!)

And finally,

The metro system in Tokyo is believed to be the busiest in the world. Amazingly, the metro system there has almost double the number of riders that New York has. So in an effort to reduce overcrowding, the train company is now offering free noodles and tempura to riders who skip rush hour. (Vice) (People in NYC, would take the noodles and tempura, and then eat it on the subway!)