If you exceed the speed limit in Denmark, getting a speeding ticket is the least of your problems. A new law allows police departments to confiscate vehicles from drivers who are caught going too fast. In one recent encounter, cops in Copenhagen caught a driver going 147 mph and — under this law — were allowed to confiscate his car … which just happened to be a $310,000 Lamborghini Huracane. My question is, what kind of car were the cops driving to catch him?!
An Illinois woman who visited Yellowstone National Park last spring has been sentenced to four days in jail because she allowed a grizzly bear and her cubs to get too close to her. 25-year-old Samantha Dehring was less than 100 yards away. Park rules require you to walk away when this happens, but she stayed and continued to take photos. Besides her 4 days in jail, she is banned from Yellowstone National Park for one year. Didn’t she see the sign that said, “Don’t feed the grizzles bears, with yourself?” (CBS News)
Newsweek magazine says Hotels.com is hiring a Bath Boss. The job pays $5,000 and involves traveling to different hotels to test out bathtubs. The new hire will also receive a custom robe, slippers and an eye mask. People can apply for the job on the Hotels.com website. They’re giving you a robe, because they know you’ll take it anyway.