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California Police reported an incident on Friday they called a “very messy arrest.” Police say Anthony Espinoza was contacted in Paso Robles when he was pulled over while riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road. Officers attempted a probation search. Espinoza fled eventually making it to the 1400 block of Riverside. He then reportedly defecated himself, put his hands in his pants and removed the feces with his bare hands. He “mushed the poop onto himself in an attempt to ward off the officers,” according to police. He was arrested and methamphetamine was located in his backpack. He was transported to the San Luis Obispo County Jail on the charges. (https://bit.ly/2vFhqfq)
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Al Roker and Craig Melvin are taking time off from “The Today Show” for a bit. (https://pge.sx/38U3A6l)
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A survey found that online alcohol delivery services are New York’s hottest business during all of this. (https://bit.ly/2U1hfo1)
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Mr. Cherry breaks all the records you've never heard of. Japan's record breaker for most records broken is Cherry Yoshitake, a children's entertainer who goes by "Mr. Cherry." In 2018 alone, Mr. Cherry set one-minute records for the most pairs of underwear pulled on (36), the most baked beans eaten (71), and the most apples bobbed (37).
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A Chinese Real Estate Tycoon has vanished after criticizing President Xi Jinping’s handling of the Coronavirus. (https://bit.ly/2WhMzjB)
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A Taco Bell worker in Miami was arrested for impersonating a police officer after he attempted to confiscate drugs from a customer so he could use them ….. FAKE NEWS
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