Man with ‘crime pays’ tattoo is arrested again
And other stories from the stranger side of life
A man with “CRIME PAYS” tattooed across his forehead is back behind bars after being arrested for the second time in three months. Donald Murray of Indiana was charged with resisting law enforcement, reckless driving, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance and auto theft.
Daredevil to walk on tightrope over volcano
A man is planning to walk on a tightrope over an active volcano. Nik Wallenda, who has previously tightrope-walked over the churning waters of Niagara Falls, is planning to cross the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua during a live television broadcast. The volcano has previously been described as a “ticking time bomb”.
Alaska man punished for urinating in coffee maker
A man in Alaska was punished last week for allegedly urinating in an office coffee maker. The man reportedly violated two office rules, including dereliction of duty, “for failure to refrain from urinating in the office coffee maker”.
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