New York “Zombie” Arrested Twice For Drunk Driving In Three Hours


catherinebutlerThe upstate New York woman was arrested twice Saturday morning for drunk driving. Butler’s busts came about three hours apart, according to police.

Butler, a 26-year-old Rochester resident, was first collared around 2 AM after leaving a Halloween party (hence her zombified state). Butler was pulled over when officers spotted her driving without headlights.

After being released into the custody of a friend, Butler was arrested for the second time around 5 AM, when her vehicle was spotted swerving on a roadway in Gates, a town outside Rochester.

There’s ordinary dumb, and then there’s “steal the license plates off an unmarked police car” dumb


Police-Man-stole-plates-from-unmarked-police-vanBritish police said officers noticed a man stealing the license plates from a parked van that was actually an unmarked police vehicle.

West Midlands Police said officers working on Operation Trivium noticed a man unscrewing the license plates from an unmarked police van parked in Foleshill, England.

The officers followed the man until he discarded the plates a short distance away. The 50-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion of theft and going equipped to steal.

Operation Trivium is an international operation based in Birmingham, England, that targets foreign criminals using British roads. More than 800 people have been arrested since the operation began Oct. 20.

Man uses his fridge’s ice maker as a candy dispenser


Which is more important to you, ice cubes or candy?

That might become a valid debate after a YouTube user shows how you can dispense candy from the automatic ice maker of your home refrigerator.

Deric Peace posted a video Wednesday that has already been watched roughly 1.5 million times. In the clip, he puts a glass up to his ice dispenser, which shoots out M&M’s, miniature peanut butter cups and other pieces of candy.

It’s perfect for those who like their candy with a little bit of a chill to it — and who don’t need ice for their beverages.

If you do decide to fill your ice maker with candy, we’d recommend washing out the receptacle first before switching back to cubes, as the whole setup be an easy target for bacteria.

Peace followed up the popular video the next day with one that shows candy dispensed on the crushed setting. He said he had to take off any wrappers first before trying it. The results aren’t as wild as you’d think, and some of the pieces even stayed intact on their way through the grinders.

Maine Woman Dressed As Hello Kitty Arrested For Drunk Driving



A woman wearing a Hello Kitty costume was arrested early yesterday for drunk driving, according to Maine police.

kittyCops pulled over Carrie Gipson, 37, when they spotted her car driving in the wrong lane on a road in Gorham, a town outside Portland. During the 2 AM traffic stop, police discovered that Gipson was dressed as the popular Japanese character, a white bobtail cat with a trademark red bow in her hair.

Gipson is pictured in the above mug shot. The head of her Halloween costume was also photographed by police.

Teen Steals Penis Cream And Throat-Desensitizing Spray From Mall


For someone who’s no hardened criminal, these charges can be tough to swallow.

n-KARLA-FARMER-largeSecurity at a South Carolina mall said they caught Karla Farmer, 18, walking off with an assortment of novelty sex products from Spencer’s earlier this month.

Her naughty haul included “Rock Harderection cream, handcuffs, and Deep Throat desensitizing spray,” according to the Smoking Gun.

Mall security said they also found a couple pairs of underwear that the Spartanburg teen allegedly pinched from Victoria’s Secret. They detained the teen until actual police arrived.

Farmer was charged with misdemeanor shoplifting. Under South Carolina law, if convicted she could face a fine of up to $5,000 or up to three years in prison — and that’s just if it’s her first offense. If she’s a repeat shoplifter, she could face a felony charge and considerably worse punishment.

A web search of the items Farmer allegedly pilfered from Spencer’s suggests a total retail value of about $30 to $35.