Show Notes for Tuesday July 2, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday July 2, 2019

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE OR HERE

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A man in Hillsborough County, Florida is facing drug charges after a deputy caught him playing Pokémon Go in a closed Tampa park. 29-year-old Jonathan Ortiz was found in Beacon Meadows Park after hours by a Hillsborough deputy. A Hillsborough deputy observed Ortiz had marijuana in plain view and also noted Ortiz was actively trying to catch a wild Pokémon. A search of Ortiz's vehicle yielded 3.5 grams of Cocaine, 5.5 pounds of THC Oil, and 1 pound of Marijuana. (

35-year-old Katherine McPhee married 69-year-old David Foster in London on Friday. (

Vanderpump Rules” stars Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright got married in Versailles, Kentucky. (

The divorce between Amazon Owner Jeff Bezos and his wife McKenzie is expected to be finalized this week. She is expected to receive $38 billion dollars. (

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NASA confirmed reports that it plans to open the International Space Station to tourism in 2020. (

Reservations to Taco Bell’s new hotel sold out in two minutes. Yes, Taco Bell has a hotel. (
A Florida restaurant worker was arrested after he stripped naked and attacked his co-workers with a knife. (
A California jogger is lucky to be okay after she was stung fifty times by a swarm of bees. (

A British mom was thrown off an “EASY JET” flight for wearing a skimpy, lacy black top. (

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World War I boosted the bra market. During the First World War, the U.S. War Industries Board asked American women to forgo their corsets—which required significant amounts of metal to construct, according to NPR. Instead, they were expected to switch to the less-demanding bra. The ladies did their part for the cause, freeing up to 28,000 tons of metal—enough to build two battleships—and changing female fashion from that moment forward.


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A Texas woman was banned from her local Walmart after police say she ate half a cake and refused to pay for the missing portion. Wichita Falls Police were called to a Walmart on Greenbriar Road just after 8:00 p.m. Tuesday after receiving calls that a woman walked around the store eating half of a cake and refusing to pay for the whole item. The suspect, who has not been identified, entered the bakery section of the store and proceeded to eat half of a cake while walking through the aisles. Once at the register, the woman demanded half off because she was only buying half a cake. Police say she refused to pay for the missing half of the cake despite eating it on her way to checkout. She ultimately paid for the whole cake once police arrived and was barred from the store for theft. A similar incident took place at another Wichita Falls Walmart earlier this year when another woman was banned after police say she rode around the parking lot in an electric cart while drinking wine from a Pringles can.

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The owner of an Iowa architectural firm was arrested today for allegedly hiding a camera in a conference room that was used by a female employee to pump breast milk. Investigators allege that 67-year-old Robert Carlson used a “spy pen” to secretly record 32-year-old architect Jessica Clark inside the Iowa City office of the Carlson Design Team. In mid-December, as she was pumping breast milk, Clark noticed a leather portfolio with a pen attached on the seat next to her. Upon examining the pen, Clark realized that it was actually a camera with a USB connector. When she plugged the item into a tablet, Clark found video of herself removing her bra and pumping milk. Clark subsequently informed police of her discovery, prompting an investigation that resulted in Carlson’s arrest on 22 “serious misdemeanor” counts of invasion of privacy. Search warrants executed at Carlson’s office and residence yielded electronic devices containing 22 videos “of separate incidents where the female victim was recorded actively pumping breast milk.” When confronted by police, Carlson reportedly said he found Clark “very beautiful and wanted to see what was underneath the female victim’s blouse or shirt.” Investigators allege that Carlson illegally recorded Clark for more than eight months last year. (
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