A naked man recently walked into a coffee shop in Bennington, Vermont. He asked the cashier where the self-serve coffee was. She pointed to the back of the cafe before the man asked for recommendations on where to go swimming. The naked customer paid for his coffee and left. Officers questioned the man, but did not arrest him because Vermont only recognizes nudity as a crime if someone takes off their clothes in public. Being naked is legal. (KTRK)
USA Today claims a 13 year-old boy from China has been fined $300 for stealing two planes. The teen took the planes on a joyride. Airport staffers were so impressed by the boy’s flying skills that they offered him free lessons.
A two-year-old Minnesota boy has lost his driving privileges for a while after taking a joyride on his toy tractor. He wanted to go to the county fair, so he hopped on his battery-powered John Deere tractor and drove there without telling his parents. Police found him a half-a-mile away from home in the middle of the fairground. They say he drove the tractor down the sidewalk, through a gate and right up to the Tilt-a-Whirl, which he wanted to ride. He’s safe, but dad suspended his driving privileges, by removing the battery from his toy tractor. (KARE-TV)