Glitter As A Weapon!

Glitter As A Weapon!

Aura Palma recently led the Santa Rosa, California police on a high-speed chase on Highway 101. The 42 year-old stole a truck and trailer. Speeds reached 80 mph as items from the trailer began spilling onto the highway. She was forced to stop after a dolly fell off her trailer and became lodged under her truck. She picked up a cordless blower and somehow sprayed glitter on police officers as they approached her. Palma was charged with reckless driving and possession of a fabulously creative weapon…glitter. (The Press Democrat newspaper)

TMZ says several amusement parks in Japan that closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic will soon reopen. Park patrons will have to adhere to strict new guidelines, including, wearing a mask, social distancing AND, you will NOT be permitted to scream on the roller coaster! Parkgoers are also urged to contain themselves when they see the price of admission to Tokyo Disney.

On Thursday, a judge in New South Wales, Australia, cleared Terrence Leroy of charges stemming from an incident last July where he was one of two men hired to carry out a stranger’s sexual fantasy of being tied up while clad in his underpants. Terrance and a friend went to the guys house armed with machetes, prepared to tie the guy up, when they suddenly realized, it wasn’t the right guy, they were in the wrong house. Terrance said to the guy, “Sorry mate!””