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A suspected DUI driver spent the latter half of his Memorial Day weekend in a stinky situation after crashing into a liquid manure storage pond in Sacramento County, officials said on Monday. The California Highway Patrol said the driver called dispatch around 1:30 a.m. asking for help after crashing into what was at the time an unknown water source at a dairy farm on Franklin Boulevard near Elk Grove. He had not yet realized what exactly he was submerged in. Forty-eight minutes after the initial call, firefighters from the Cosumnes Fire Department found the driver and his vehicle, which was well submerged in the manure pond. Officers later discovered that -- on top of showing signs of intoxication -- the driver had been trying to pull his vehicle out for about an hour before calling 9-1-1. That's two hours the driver spent in liquified excrement. He was then arrested on DUI charges. (https://bit.ly/2X4sAoU)
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Hitler had a flatulence problem. In 2012, Adolf Hitler's medical documents were being auctioned to the public by Alexander Historical Auctions. According to the files, The Telegraph reported, flatulence had become such a pervasive issue for Hitler that he had to regularly ingest 28 different drugs to keep it under control. But some of the anti-gas pills he used contained a base of strychnine, a poison that caused further stomach and liver issues.
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In South Korea, two men were arrested after stealing what they thought was a pile of scrap iron in front of a women’s college. The iron turned out to be pieces of “modern art” valued at $45,000.
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An MSNBC reporter was humiliated live on air when he tried to shame passersby for not wearing masks in Wisconsin — even as most of his crew were also unprotected. Cal Perry was doing a live segment from Lake Geneva where he complained that “no one” was wearing masks as they enjoyed the Memorial Day sunshine. The masked reporter then turned his cameraman to shoot a man walking past, saying on air, “As you can see, no one is wearing them.” “Including the cameraman,” the local shot back, soon adding that “half your crew’s not wearing them.” Clearly embarrassed, Perry appeared to cut the segment short, looking down to the ground as he admitted, “There you go, including the cameraman. Yeah.” (https://bit.ly/3d3GxZA)
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A Coral Springs man was attacked by a python that was hiding in his toilet ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2WHVETB)
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