Show Notes for Friday, November 26, 2021


Today we visit with Layla Crawford and Daniele Lawson. They're both in the new Will Smith movie “King Richard”. Based on the true story that will inspire the world, Warner Bros. Pictures' "King Richard" follows the journey of Richard Williams, an undeterred father instrumental in raising two of the most extraordinarily gifted athletes of all time, who will end up changing the sport of tennis forever. Two-time Oscar nominee Will Smith stars as Richard Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKP_0z52ZAw

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November 26

National Cake Day

National Day of Listening

National Native American Heritage Day

Black Friday

Buy Nothing Day

Flossing Day

Maize Day

You’re Welcomegiving Day

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A new study claims that Austin has the highest utility bills of anywhere else in Texas. (https://bit.ly/3CqjoMI)

According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans who celebrate a winter holiday, people expect to gain about eight pounds of weight over the next month. For 4 in 10 people, the extra eight pounds is IN ADDITION to the weight they gained during the pandemic. (https://bit.ly/3HD80RH)

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Las Vegas police said a man tried to skip out on a $4,000 restaurant bill then made a bomb threat at the Bellagio. According to the arrest report for Gregg Cohen, officers were called to the Las Vegas Strip property about 3:30 p.m. on November 12th When officers arrived, casino security told them Cohen had been eating and drinking in Spago, a restaurant in the casino, and had a bill of $4,312.75. He reportedly got up and left, saying he was using the restroom. According to the restaurant's manager, Cohen had ordered seafood and a bottle of Dom Perignon, then socialized with women nearby and bought them champagne. The manager then said he saw Cohen at a table game. Cohen was asked to return to the restaurant to pay the bill. The report says Cohen then stated he had $10,000 to pay, but then emptied his pockets and had no money. He was then taken into security custody. While waiting for police to arrive, security said Cohen said, "I bet if there was a bomb, they'd get here really fast." When asked directly if he placed a bomb in the casino, Cohen reportedly said, "There is a bomb," then repeated the word "bomb" multiple times. Court records show Cohen is charged with communicating a bomb threat, theft, and defrauding a proprietor. He's expected back in court on December 1st. (https://bit.ly/3kY7TGq)

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Alec Baldwin’s brother Daniel reckons his star sibling bears “no responsibility” for shooting dead his cinematographer — and is being made a scapegoat because of his “staunch” political views. (https://bit.ly/3qHBYxP)

This week Meghan Markle made a surprise appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show. (https://pge.sx/3cjR97W)

Meghan Markle has revealed she once had a secret Halloween date with Prince Harry. (https://fxn.ws/3kP0OI6)

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A 32-million-dollar mansion is being sold in Miami that is currently owned by a dog. (https://bit.ly/3DujLqY)

A Miami Mansion is being sold by the world's richest animal. The house is owned by a German Shepherd named Gunther, who inherited a fortune from a German Countess. (https://bit.ly/3oO5mju)

The father of Disney Star Peyton Clark is accused of grooming and hitting on 14-year-old girls. (https://yhoo.it/3CtVujI)

A new photo shows Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell being blessed by the Pope. (https://bit.ly/3CATIxa)

A new report claims it's now trendy to get high by licking toad venom. (https://bit.ly/3DMrVLy)

A gang of eighty crowbar wielding thieves ransacked a California Nordstrom store in a terrifying raid that lasted one minute. Two men were caught and they're facing $5,000 bail. (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10226929/Gang-80-thieves-ransacks-California-Nordstrom-store-organized-raid-lasted-just-one-minute.html)

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An anonymous donor is being celebrated for donating a rare venomous spider to an Australian zoo. (https://bit.ly/3kWh7mQ)

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A stolen SUV careened through a Durham neighborhood over the weekend before taking out the porch of a home and turning a traffic sign into a spear that impaled itself in a second-floor bedroom. John Bray and his wife, Marissa Minnick, were awakened at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday by the crash, which they said sounded different from those they usually hear in their neighborhood. The SUV, which police told the couple had been stolen a half-hour earlier from a downtown Durham apartment complex, snapped a tree in half, took out part of their fence, demolished some raised garden beds and sideswiped their car. It hit the porch with such velocity that it knocked out a brick support column and left a crack in the home's foundation on the back side of the house. As they surveyed the damage, Bray and Minnick noticed a traffic sign hanging from the second story of their home. It was only when they went back inside that they realized how close the sign came to injuring them as they slept. The sign's metal post crashed through the siding into a bathroom and then through an interior wall into their bedroom, ending up near their bed. (https://bit.ly/31WrhwS)

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A California couple was sentenced to prison for illegally obtaining more than $20 million in COVID-19 relief funds — but authorities need to catch them first. Richard Ayvazyan, 43, was sentenced to 17 years behind bars and his wife, 37-year-old Marietta Terabelian, received a six-year sentence in federal prison on Monday for conspiracy, bank fraud and money laundering, according to the Department of Justice. The two are on the run from authorities and were sentenced in absentia. Federal officials said they cut off their tracking bracelets on Aug. 29th. The judge also sentenced Ayvazyan’s brother, Artur, 41, to five years in prison. On June 25, a federal jury found Richard Ayvazyan, Artur Ayvazyan and Terabelian guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud, 11 counts of wire fraud, eight counts of bank fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. Richard Ayvazyan and his brother were also convicted of aggravated identity theft. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of Richard Ayvazyan and Terabelian. (https://bit.ly/3FozwAh)

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THIS LIBRARY LETS YOU BORROW PEOPLE INSTEAD OF BOOKS

On a rainy spring morning in Muncie, Indiana, a White, middle-aged, conservative woman met a transgender woman for a date. It did not start well. The transgender woman was waiting at a table when the other woman showed up. She stood up and extended her hand. The other woman refused to take it. “I want you to know I’m a conservative Christian,” she said, still standing. The transgender woman replied, “I’m a liberal Christian. Let’s talk.” Their rendezvous was supposed to last about 30 minutes. But the conversation was so engrossing for both that it lasted an hour. It ended with the conservative woman rising from her seat to give the other woman a hug.

This improbable meeting came courtesy of the Human Library, a nonprofit learning platform that allows people to borrow people instead of books. But not just any people. Every “human book” from this library represents a group that faces prejudice or stigmas because of their lifestyle, ethnicity, beliefs, or disability. A human book can be an alcoholic, for example, or a Muslim, or a homeless person, or someone who was sexually abused.

The Human Library was created 21 years ago by Ronni Abergel, a Danish human rights activist and journalist who became interested in non-violence activism after a friend he describes as a “troubled youth” survived a stabbing in Copenhagen.

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Show Notes for Thursday, November 25, 2021


THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!

Dear John,

My family has always been pretty close, but this last year we've drifted apart. Between politics and the differing opinions on COVID, we're a giant mess! My husband and I have hosted Christmas events at our home in the past. Last year things were quite different and it was just my husband and our kids. This year we're supposed to get back to normal, but I kind of liked things last year. I really don't want to be with a bunch of people who will all be arguing over dumb things. I told my husband that I'd like to skip hosting Christmas this year and I could tell he liked the idea too, but he is afraid that it will cause problems if we don't invite people too. I feel kind of stuck hosting. I typically get excited about that, but social media fights between family members makes me wonder how many will even show up. I try to stay out of all of that, but if we're hosting and one side shows up and the other side does not. It will look like we're taking sides. What do I do? Anyone else in this predicament? I'd love to see what others are doing!

Signed – Reluctant Hostess

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November 25

National Play Day with Dad

National Parfait Day

Blase´Day

Shopping Reminder Day

National Day of Mourning

Thanksgiving Day

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A new study reveals that for overweight and obese individuals, a hard look at themselves in the mirror can lead to weight loss. Researchers at Texas Woman’s University say looking in the mirror encourages overweight people to engage in more healthy activities. (https://bit.ly/3cpzADx)

A new study finds that 40% of Americans check their phones immediately after sex. More than half of Americans say they're butt has gone numb from scrolling their phone on the toilet for too long. (https://bit.ly/3FzlgVn)

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A Port Orange man faces charges after deputies say he activated red and blue lights on this truck and attempted to pull over another driver. According to a news release, an off-duty Volusia County Sheriff’s Office sergeant was driving Thursday morning when he spotted a silver Ford F-150 with red and blue flashing lights and a Florida Sheriff’s Association license plate. The sergeant said he watched the pickup attempt to pull over another driver. The off-duty sergeant then circled back to get photos of the truck’s license plate, but the driver pulled behind a building. The sergeant then called deputies about the incident who determined the truck belonged to Joseph Mercier. Mercier was picked up on a warrant on Thursday night. Body camera video of the arrest shows 54-year-old Mercier admitting to having red and blue lights on his truck but denying that he tried to pull anyone over. “I never pulled anyone over, I swear to god,” Mercier said to deputies. He now faces charges of false impersonation of a law enforcement officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving with license canceled, suspended or revoked. (https://bit.ly/3oKtROh)

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Fans of Spider-Man will get to see a new trailer today for Spider-Man: No Way Home. On Monday fans got to watch Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon react to the trailer that we’ll get to see today. It was like some sort of twisted Christmas, where you don’t get a present but you get to watch people open a present! The movie hits theaters December 17. https://www.instagram.com/p/CWUWg23qAh0/

Today Show contributor Jill Martin got engaged to EX-FIANCE Erik Brooks. They were already engaged once and broke it off…but yeah, it's back on again.(https://pge.sx/3xcUu2q)

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Reese’s has created a 3.4-pound peanut-butter cup. Reese’s is calling its new gigantic Reese’s peanut-butter cup a “Thanksgiving pie,” but it’s not a pie. The 9-inch Reese’s peanut-butter cup is ginormous, but there’s no flaky crust or lattice top or anything — it’s simply a peanut-butter cup that’s been put under some mad scientist’s growth ray or something. Unfortunately, the mutant Reese’s cup that’s not really a pie is no longer available. Only 3,000 of the gigantic goodies were available for sale on Monday at Hershey’s online store, and they sold out right away.

Billionaire Tech-Titan Michael Goguen allegedly kept a spreadsheet of 5,000 women he's slept with at his Montana headquarters. (https://bit.ly/3kXpdeO)

In California a bear was caught on camera entering a 7-11 and squirting hand sanitizer on itself. (https://bit.ly/3CrJ1Nt)

Old Dominion University put a transgender professor on leave amid controversy over their research into adults who are sexually attracted to minors, saying it had put campus safety at risk. (https://wapo.st/3DtLWpX)

Starbucks has opened a store with no cashier in Manhattan. (https://bit.ly/2Z5lq7C)

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Law enforcement agencies in the U.S., Britain, and Australia have issued a joint statement labeling an Iran-sponsored group as a serious threat to cyber security.
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Dramatic video shows the moment an off-duty police officer put the bite on would-be armed crooks while in the middle of a dental checkup. The unnamed Brazilian cop is seen on security camera footage being examined by the dentist around 10 a.m. Thursday when armed robbers are seen forcing patients and dental office employees into the room at knifepoint. The 46-year-old cop, a member of Brazil’s Federal District Military Police, is seen getting up from the chair with his hands up and going down to the ground. When one of the thieves goes to check on the cop and search his pockets, he turns the tables and wrestles the suspect to the ground, holding him at gunpoint. A second crook then charges into the room at the officer but is also pummeled to the ground by the hero cop after being shot and wounded, according to Newsweek. The injury was not life-threatening, the outlet said. The two suspects, both 19-year-olds who were not identified, were then arrested. (https://bit.ly/30tPXfX)

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A farmer from Madhya Pradesh's Bhind district went to a police station taking along his buffalo, complaining that the animal was refusing to be milked and he suspected it to be under the influence of witchcraft, an official said on Sunday. A video showing the man seeking help from the police on Saturday over the issue surfaced on social media. "The villager, identified as Babulal Jatav (45), submitted a complaint at Nayagaon police station on Saturday, saying his buffalo was not allowing to be milked since the past some days,” according to Deputy Superintendent of Police Arvind Shah. According to the complainant, some villagers told him that the animal was under the influence of witchcraft, he said. About four hours after giving the application, the farmer again reached the police station with his buffalo and sought help from the police again, he said. “I had told the police station in-charge to assist the villager with some veterinary advice. The villager again reached the police station today to thank the police, saying the buffalo allowed itself to be milked on Sunday morning,” Shah said.(https://bit.ly/3Hidmlb)

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A 9-year-old girl from Brockton, Massachusetts, is being hailed a hero after saving her entire family as carbon monoxide filled their home. Jayline Barbosa Brandão was in bed on October 28 when she heard her dad yelling. She jumped out of bed and ran to find him with her mom, who had lost consciousness. Her dad had also become overwhelmed by the carbon monoxide from a generator they had borrowed for the storm. Jayline grabbed her dad’s phone to call 911, but the iPhone was locked. Thanks to quick thinking, she was able to unlock it with facial ID by holding it up to her dad’s face. Her mom said that Jayline then took her 7-year-old sister out to get help from a neighbor. She said the family had been without power for three days, so they borrowed a generator and put in what they thought was a safe place, but it was too close to the house. The National Weather Service says you should keep a backup generator at least 20 feet away from any doors, windows or vents. Five people from the house were taken to the hospital for treatment and all are doing better.

Show Notes for Wednesday, November 24, 2021


Today we visit with Joy Mangango about her new hit TV show “America's Big Deal” on USA Network Thursday night. USANetwork.com

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November 24

National Sardines Day

Tie One On Day

National Jukebox Day


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A new survey among millennial women shows that stress and sleep are among their biggest health concerns. According the survey, on average, women don’t start worrying about their health until they’re 29 and most agree that it’s important to start focusing on their wellness in their youth to prevent issues as they age. (https://bit.ly/3qI0uik)

A study by One Poll found that the average American will travel over 600 miles between Thanksgiving and New Years. (https://bit.ly/3xbBcuk)

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Police in the United Kingdom have found more than 900 pounds of cocaine hidden in a shipment of onion rings. (https://bit.ly/30wVrqs)

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The anticipated sequel “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” hit theaters.(https://bit.ly/3wXQr9X)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson says he wants to be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig's final appearance as 007. (https://bit.ly/30HWrrh)

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Disney is getting into the business of sports betting. (https://bit.ly/3nuLUbU)

Applebee’s is now serving chicken wings covered in Cheetos dust. Applebee’s Cheetos Wings will also come in the Flamin' Hot flavor. (https://cnn.it/3oF7lpZ)

Kool-Aid is issuing a recall for some of its tropical punch canisters, after small particles of metal and glass were found inside the mix. (https://bit.ly/3cklymy)

Elon Musk's son, who is named X AE A-Xii, joined him on a Zoom presentation to his company. (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10226489/Elon-Musk-Grimes-son-X-AE-Xii-makes-rare-adorable-appearance-dads-Zoom-presentation.html)

A new report shows that Jeffrey Epstein had a photo of Prince Andrew grinning like a trophy in his Florida house. (https://bit.ly/3HGYg8X)

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A British mother is being mocked on social media for not using contraception after she announced she was pregnant with her 11th child. (https://bit.ly/3FFucc5)

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A Massachusetts family whose loved one's casket fell open as it was being lowered into a grave, causing the body to fall out, has sued the funeral home and the cemetery. The family of Andrew Serrano, a resident of Lawrence who died in March 2019, allege negligence and reckless infliction of emotional distress in the suit filed last Wednesday in Essex Superior Court, The Eagle-Tribune reported. During the funeral handled by the Perez Funeral Home at city-owned Bellevue Cemetery in Lawrence on April 5, 2019, "one of the side straps on the city-owned casket lowering device broke, causing Mr. Serrano’s casket to fall into the grave and break apart," according to the suit. The "corpse fell out of the casket" in full view of "horrified family members who became visibly distraught and hysterical," the suit said. The suit seeks $50,000 in damages. Messages seeking comment were left Tuesday with the funeral home and the city. (https://bit.ly/3otBqZH)

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A man charged with running a scam that cheated a woman out of more than $80,000 missed a recent court date and was supposed to be rearrested, but his attorney says that will be impossible because his client has been dead for months. Johnny Masesa’s attorney told state’s attorneys in June that he received a death certificate saying his client died from complications of malaria in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he has family. The Connecticut Post reported police and federal authorities have been unable to confirm the authenticity of the death certificate. Masesa and others are charged scamming a Connecticut woman out of $83,000 by posing as representatives of the Publisher’s Clearing House sweepstakes. The 45-year-old Masesa was arrested in 2019 and pleaded not guilty, and posted a $25,000 bond using a Florida address, the Post reported. He was scheduled in court on Nov. 4 but didn’t appear. Supervisory Assistant State’s Attorney Howard Stein told the newspaper the death certificate was written by hand and appeared to have several spots where corrections were made with correction fluid. Stein said he didn’t suspect attorney Douglas Rudolph of wrongdoing, and Rudolph said he has been unable to reach the doctor listed on the death certificate, the Post reported. Judge Peter Brown ordered Masesa rearrested and held on $100,000 bond if he appears. Masesa’s two co-defendants have court dates scheduled. (https://bit.ly/3Flejaj)

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Show Notes for Tuesday, November 23, 2021


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 https://goo.gl/S476Js OR HERE https://goo.gl/GQvVxo

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November 23

National Cashew Day

National Eat a Cranberry Day

National Espresso Day


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Research indicates that eating late at night damages your memory.

If you’re high-strung and looking for a way to relieve stress, researchers say the card game Bridge can help.

Research indicates that eating late at night damages your memory. :-)

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A Florida Woman who was pulled over early yesterday claimed that her erratic driving was “due to her eating an eggroll” while behind the wheel, according to police who arrested the motorist on DUI and narcotics possession charges. Upon spotting a vehicle drifting between lanes on a St. Petersburg roadway around 2:00 AM Sunday, police conducted a traffic stop to “check the well being of the driver for sick, injured or impaired,” according to court filings. When a sheriff’s deputy approached driver Maria Jurgilewicz, 45, “the defendant had a distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath.” Jurgilewicz, the cop added, had “difficulty following simple instructions” and “her speech appeared to be slurred and mumbled.” Asked about her erratic “driving pattern” Jurgilewicz “claimed it was due to her eating an eggroll while driving.” While arrest affidavits make no mention of an egg roll (or egg roll fragments) being found in Jurgilewicz’s auto, cops did seize “several different types of pills." Jurgilewicz was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, a felony, as well as driving under the influence and possession of drugs without a prescription, both misdemeanors. (https://bit.ly/31Wlkjw)

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Nicole Sullivan is well known for her acting roles in the TV series Black-ish, MADtv, and The King of Queens. Her charming, cottage-style home in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon is for sale. She has recently put her home on the market, priced at $1.45 million.

Built in 1912 and sympathetically updated for the current century, Nicole's home is the perfect escape after a long day’s work in the studios. Hidden away up a long 100-yard drive, the cheerful, coral-colored cottage is nestled on almost an acre of thickly landscaped land surrounded by trees and a picket fence lined with bamboo and succulent gardens. The 1,678-square-foot home has two bedrooms and two baths surrounded by windows that bring in lots of light, beautiful outdoor views and an outdoor entertainment space.

Laurel Canyon has been drawing celebrity residents since the early days of Hollywood. From silent film stars to talk show hosts such as Bill Maher, to rock-star musicians, former California Governor Jerry Brown, and now to a flood of up-and-coming stars; the higher up the canyon, the more spectacular the views.

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The last VCR was built in July, 2016 when the world’s last producer, Funai Electronics in Japan, shut down production. The company cited declining sales and difficulty finding parts as why it was ending production. Of course, you can still find VCRs at garage sales and on eBay. And there are quite a few people who still own VCRs for playing their library of classic VHS movies.

Chocolate bars come in all shapes and sizes, but what makes one popular and another a delicious dud? A study (Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences) on the wonderfully diverse world of chocolate finds people pay more attention to the packaging than the actual taste of their purchases. Researchers say, for smaller companies, a gold wrapper and interesting backstory is the key to big-time profits.

Dozens of cars in Ohio are having serious problems after a fueling station accidentally dispensed contaminated gasoline earlier this week. The Speedway station in Avon Lake, Ohio admitted to Cleveland 19 News that it had mistakenly sold "tainted gas" to customers late Monday and into Tuesday. While the Speedway didn't acknowledge exactly what made the fuel tainted, at least one local repair shop with cars lined up for repair believes that drivers may have received diesel or at least a blend of gasoline and diesel. Casey Fields, a service advisor at nearby Automotive Specialty Services, told WKYC that he extracted samples of gasoline from vehicles that visited the Speedway. Upon inspection, he found it to have a green hue. This, according to Fields, is an indication that it had been tainted with diesel. The Speedway station temporarily closed to address the tainted gas problem and has since reopened. As for who will field the costs for repairs, that appears unknown as of this report.(https://bit.ly/3Hjfbye)

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A man’s drive through northern Thailand was briefly interrupted this week when a python emerged from under the hood and began slithering across the windshield. The snake left on its own after the driver stopped the vehicle.

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Police have custody of a man who two-stepped his way to celebration after allegedly stealing jewelry from an 86-year-old man in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The man, identified as Sean Gazo, along with another man, Carl M. Jackson, had been hired by the senior citizen to help move heavy furniture. After the men were done with the moving job, the victim discovered that about $10,000 of jewelry was missing. The two men took the stolen jewelry to a pawnshop in Martin County and surveillance camera caught Gazo dancing as he was leaving the shop. The 31-year-old was captured while his alleged accomplice is still at large. (https://fxn.ws/3Fa70SK)

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A Florida man who pretended to be a surgeon to meet women on dating sites and steal their money was indicted on federal charges last week. Brian Brainard Wedgeworth had been referred to in various media reports as “the Casanova Scammer.” Wedgeworth is said to have swindled money from at least twenty-one people in Florida, Texas, California, Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee and Maryland. According to the indictment, Wedgeworth met his victims on dating apps such as Bumble, Plenty of Fish, and Christian Mingle. He claimed to be a physician and surgeon, who had attended and worked at prestigious universities and hospitals. He also said he was a member of the fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi. Many of his victims were in sororities, and would have been familiar with the fraternity. The indictment claims that the women gave Wedgeworth their banking and credit card information after he promised to help them pay off their debts. Wedgeworth would then pay off the debts using bank accounts that were previously closed and had insufficient funds, and the women were notified that their debts had been paid in full, when they were not. Prosecutors said Wedgeworth fraudulently added himself as an authorized cardholder to some accounts and would increase his victims’ credit card limits or obtain lines of credit and cash advances in their name. With their money, he would buy tickets to sporting events and Rolex watches. He was arrested in Tennessee on charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, aggravated identity theft and money laundering. (https://bit.ly/3wNmbyC)

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