Man Gets Stuck in High Chair and Can’t Get Out


Darren is an adult. He sat in a chair not meant for an adult. It didn’t end well.

Darren, from Manchester, went to a restaurant with a few friends. After a few beers, he had the bright idea that he should try to squeeze into a children’s high chair. Alas, he got stuck, despite being somewhat fit.

Then began an epic struggle to free him from the high chair, and the results are inevitably absurd and hilarious. After being posted on Facebook, the video went viral. It’s been shared more than 72,000 times, and it’s definitely worth the time it takes to watch it.

If you need any more convincing, just know that Darren removes his pants at one point to see if that helps. Spoiler alert: it doesn’t.

The video is posted below for your viewing pleasure.

Minor League Manager Has Epic Meltdown


This Minor League manager meltdown takes the phrase “childish behavior” to a whole new level — and, as a result, has ended up becoming a viral video joke of the week.

Meet Minor League manager Joe Mikulik, who seems to be having a bad day. Perhaps he didn’t get his nap time in, or maybe he’s got a saggy diaper that leaks. Who can say? What we do know is that when a play got called that he didn’t like, Mikulik went into a rage that we haven’t seen since leaving the playground.

While all of us have witnessed passionate coaches in the past — both professional and on youth sports teams — rarely do they get this… this… Obnoxious? Irrational?

Gosh, it’s just hard to describe because it’s a grown adult freaking out. And, while we don’t want to belittle the players in this game, it’s only a Minor League event. It’s not like this is the World Series, or the Super Bowl, or even Regionals in an episode of Glee. Which begs the questions: Was this kind of reaction really necessary? And was it a good example to set for the players as well as anyone watching?

Here’s some background on the guy, courtesy of Yahoo! Sports:

He’s Joe Mikulik, the minor league manager with the hilariously bad temper. You might remember him from such meltdowns as the infamous ones in 2012 and 2006, when he managed the Class A Asheville Tourists of the Colorado Rockies organization. He no longer works for them, but he’s still managing — the Class A Myrtle Beach Pelicans of the Texas Rangers organization — and he’s still melting down.
Check out the video above for the brief report, and let us know what you think about Coach Mikulik’s reaction.

Priest claims to be receiving text messages from the Devil after performing exorcism


A Polish priest who carried out an exorcism on a teenage girl now claims he is being contacted by Satan – via text message.

Priest Claims Hate Texts Are From Demon SpiritFather Marian Rajchel from Jaroslaw, south-eastern Poland, said he started receiving the hate messages after failing to drive the devil out of her soul.

Now he believes that the demon is using the possessed teenager to attack him through a mobile phone.

‘The author of these texts is an evil spirit who has possessed her soul’, he said.

‘Often the owners of mobile phones are not even aware that they are being used like this. However, in this case it is clear.’ 

Father Rajchel claims that the devil and his followers were not shy about using modern technology but that in many cases their actions were not identified as being the work of evil. 

One of the text messages, the Austrian Times reported, read: ‘She will not come out of this hell. She’s mine. Anyone who prays for her will die.’

He replied, and was then sent another message in return: ‘Shut up, preacher. You cannot save yourself. Idiot. You pathetic old preacher.’

He said: ‘Clearly this young girl has been possessed, and needs further help.’

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Man, 19, Poses For New Mug Shot Wearing T-Shirt With Photo Of His Old Mug Shot


bobburtsmallIn a marvelously meta moment, a 19-year-old last week posed for a jail booking photo while wearing a t-shirt with a reproduction of the mug shot taken of him after a June arrest for drunk driving.

Robert Burt was busted for operating under the influence and driving without a license. Burt, a resident of the central Maine town of Pittsfield, posed for a June 14 booking photo (seen below) at the Somerset County Jail. He was wearing a white t-shirt and held a slate in his right hand.

After copping a drunk driving plea, Burt was ordered to spend two days in custody, beginning August 8 at 6 PM. “Going to do my 48 hours whoo,” Burt announced on Facebook two hours before surrendering.

When he later arrived at the jail, Burt was searched, directed to pose for a mug shot, and shown to a cell. He was especially prepared for the booking photo session.

As seen in the above mug shot, a coworker of Burt’s at a Pittsfield restaurant created a shirt with a reproduction of the booking photo taken following his mid-June arrest. The t-shirt photo was captioned “Burt Family Reunion 8/8-8/10/2014” and “sponsored by Bud Light and Somerset County Sheriff.”

bobburtoldBeneath Burt’s mug shot was a second image showing a cat sitting on a couch flanked by a TV remote and a bottle of Bud Light. The cat photo, sadly, was too far down the shirt to be captured by the jail’s mug shot camera.

Burt, who happily wore the orange shirt for his jail photo, subsequently wrote on Facebook that corrections officers made him hold the slate in a way “so you could see the shirt.” He added, “They laughed there asses off haha.” The shirt’s mention of a family reunion is an apparent reference to an incarcerated Burt relative.

Following his 48 hours in the clink, Burt emerged from the Somerset County lockup last Sunday evening and went to Facebook to share the good news with friends. “I’m out bitchs,” he wrote. Two days later, he delivered a glowing review of his jail photo. “Probably the best mug shot ever haha,” Burt decreed.

Giant Crocodile Chases Boy As Panicked Onlookers Try To Help (VIDEO)


A behemoth of a crocodile was captured on tape chasing a young boy through Mexican waters as terrified onlookers attempted a rescue.

The video, first published by Noticaribe “not long ago,” shows the young male, thought to be a tourist, fleeing for the shore in Sian Ka’an. Behind him, a crocodile gives chase. The videographer, Manuel Carrera, shot video from the Boca Paila bridge above.

Just as the crocodile closes in, one of the onlookers throws an object that distracts it long enough for the boy to make it to shore.

“Fortunately… the boy was saved because the crocodile is well fed and chased at a pace that allowed him to reach the shore,” Carrera said, according to 9 News.

Watch the video above to see the terrifying action.

Hunters Catch 15-Foot, 1,000-Pound Gator


Alabama Alligator

A group of Alabama hunters are celebrating the catch of a lifetime: A 15-foot-long alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds. ( ) reports the monster gator was pulled from the water in south Alabama early Saturday during the state’s alligator hunting season.

Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries biologists were able to measure the gator at 15 feet, but weighing it posed a challenge.

The first attempt completely destroyed a winch assembly used to hoist most average gators. So they had to use a backhoe to lift the animal. It weighed in at 1,011.5 pounds.

The gator is the largest ever legally killed by an Alabama hunter. It was caught by Mandy and John Stokes, Kevin Jenkins and his children, 16-year-old Savannah and 14-year-old Parker.

The scariest mugshot you’ll see today



A McDowell County man was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with allegedly stabbing a friend after a verbal argument turned physical and resulted in the victim receiving multiple stab wounds.


53f0b509b7d4a.imageRick J. Jones, 33, of the Frog Level Section of Coalwood, was arrested on charges of malicious wounding, domestic assault, domestic battery and brandishing related to an incident that took place late Friday night, also in Coalwood. Jones appeared for his arraignment on Saturday before McDowell County Magistrate Steve Cox who set his bond at $25,000 cash and property. Jones was being held Saturday evening at the McDowell County holding facility. 

Troopers R.W. Justus and C.A. Dunn, both of the Welch Detachment of the West Virginia State Police, received a call from McDowell County 911 at 10:59 p.m. Friday night concerning a malicious wounding incident in the Coalwood area.

Justus and Dunn responded to the call where they encountered the victim, Kevin Ross, who had suffered multiple lacerations and knife wounds in his lower torso, his left side, his back and the lower part of his right arm. According to Justus’ report of the incident, the victim “had blood covering most of his body.”

The victim and his wife told the troopers that the suspect, Jones, had left the residence before police arrived. According to Justus, the victim and his wife stated that Jones lived with his father, Rick L. Jones, who has a residence in the Frog Level Section of Coalwood. The troopers traveled to the Frog Level residence where Rick L. Jones told the troopers that his son had left the residence about 5 minutes before they arrived, and added that his son was armed with a .40 caliber handgun.

Justus and Dunn were joined by Detective Ron Blevins and Deputy R. Jones, both of the McDowell County Sheriff’s Office and the four officers searched the Coalwood area for Jones. The responding officers eventually returned to the Rick L. Jones residence where they found the suspect and arrested him early Saturday morning.

The McDowell County EMS Authority transported Ross to Welch Community Hospital where he received initial treatment. Ross was later transported by ground to Charleston Area Medical Center.

Justus said that he had heard several possible motives, but did not speculate as to what may have prompted the alleged stabbing. He said that the incident remains under investigation.


Must have item of the year: The Aromafork



magine a bubble-gum-flavored pork chop. Or a smoked cheesecake. Nearly any flavor combination is possible with the Aromafork ($59), said Mark Wilson at Fast Company. It’s a “deceptively simple device” that exploits the mind’s tendency to confuse tastes (of which there are five we can discern) with aromas (of which there are perhaps a trillion). Each fork set comes with 21 small jars of aromatics plus a medicine dropper. A depression in the fork’s handle holds a small piece of blotting paper that absorbs the oils. Forget the pork chop; “imagine tasting one steak flavored 21 different ways.”

World’s Most Pierced Man, Rolf Buchholz, Denied Entry To Dubai


Rolf BuchholzDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A Dubai nightclub that hoped to feature a man who holds the world record for having the most piercings says he was refused entry to the Gulf city because of security concerns.

Cirque Le Soir said in an emailed statement Sunday that the club did its best to get Rolf Buchholz into the country on Friday but their efforts were unsuccessful. The German man has 453 piercings, including many in his face and genitals, according to Guinness World Records.

Buchholz had been scheduled to appear at the nightclub in the Fairmont Hotel. The club opened in Dubai in 2011, and like a sister venue in London promises an over-the-top circus atmosphere to wow late-night partygoers.

Police and immigration officials at the airport did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Bikin’ on Bacon: Behold the Bacon-Powered Motorcycle


Picture it: you’re sitting on the freeway in traffic with the windows open, and the deliciously unmistakeable scent of bacon comes wafting into your car. Traffic is bumper-to-bumper, so you can’t even take the nearest exit and hunt for a 24-hour diner to satisfy your increasing desire for some crispy strips. How are you going to release your bacon frustration? Easy — call the 800 number of Hormel, because it’s probably their fault.

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Hormel has manufactured the bike pictured above, which runs on biodiesel fuel derived from bacon grease and emits bacon-scented exhaust fumes. The bike will be featured in an upcoming documentary, Driven by Bacon, about a bacon-lovin’ man who travels from Austin, Texas to San Diego, California. The doc will be presented to what is certain to be an enthusiastic crowd at the San Diego International Bacon Film Festival on August 29th. 

It might not be a Harley, but it reserves the right to be called a hog. Via Lost at E Minor.