Craziest News Stories of the Week!

Craziest News Stories of the Week!

Richard III Discovered Under a Parking Lot

Yep, the power-hungry, ballsy-to-the-bitter-end monarch immortalized by Shakespeare's play about his violent demise-- leading a charge then getting brutally hacked, stabbed and mutilated in the Battle of Bosworth Field has been found... under a parking lot (or as those posh brits say 'car park') in Leicester, England. Apparently, being a disgraced and generally hated King makes for some unceremonial burial rites and it took some digging (literally) for a team from the University of Leicester to find out where the approximate site is. A great scientific and historical discovery in an unlikely spot. (Full Article)

 

Theme Park to be Built Where Osama Bin Laden Was Shot?

Abbottabad: the Pakistani city where Osama Bin Laden was shot, has been having a bit of a dip in tourism...can't imagine why! What's not to like about a sleepy suburb in the middle of a semi-volatile country... Anyway, the city has decided to build a theme park in a quest to boost those numbers! Apparently it will have nothing to do with Bin Laden but will be more focused on things such as mini-putt and petting zoos...sounds legit. (Full Article

 

Ontario Cheese Factory Fire = Possible Poutine Shortage??!!

OH GOD WHY? WHY??!!!!! THE HUMANITY!!! (Full Article)

 

Porn Star In Space

Space: the final frontier. And now one brave porn star Coco Brown will be the first porn star in space. Ms. Brown has paid $100,000 of her own money to take part in a private Dutch Space mission and has already undergone all the necessary training. Unfortunately (i guess?) she said that sex under zero gravity will be too difficult, but fear not...she may still "pop my boob out and take a photo of it with the Earth in the background." (Full Article

 

Hitchhiker Saves lives By Killing Attacking Man with Hatchet

I can't even begin to do this story justice, and this larger than life drifter-turned-savior does a way better job so just watch the video below...(Full Article)

By James Hecht
Feb 5, 2013 @ 21:51

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