Is that music coming from your…tummy?

Is that music coming from your…tummy?

The Daily Mail claims a man from Taiwan is recovering from swallowing a wireless Apple AirPod headphone. Ben Hsu fell asleep before waking up to a missing AirPod. He heard the Pod beeping and used an iPhone tracking feature to try and find it. Ben somehow swallowed it while he was sleeping. He passed the AirPod the next day. It still worked and had a battery charge of 41%!

It used to be when vandals wanted to mess-up a car, they’d throw eggs on them. Well, Cleveland.com says pranksters from Mayfield Heights, Ohio recently glitter-bombed two cars. Both vehicles had glue and glitter all over them! The owner of the cars has a 17 year-old daughter, who thinks a fellow student is responsible for the vandalism. It now looks like Barbie drives the car.

And finally,

More and more funeral homes are getting requests for “extreme embalming,” which is allowing for the deceased to be preserved and displayed in lifelike scenarios, so friends and families can see them as they knew them before they’re laid to rest. For example — last August, the family of Mickey Easterling of New Orleans used “extreme embalming” for her memorial. She was posed sitting down, wearing a feather boa — with a glass of Champagne in one hand and a cigarette in the other. (LadBible)