Surfer Finds Teeth Two Days Later
67-year-old Phillip Worth was surfing Australia's coast at Terrigal on New Year's Eve when he lost his upper plate in the waves. As he was 100 meters out into the ocean, he never imagined he'd see the teeth again. Two days later, Worth was at the beach when the dentures washed onto shore! He says they are even better than when he lost them.
"They're sharper I noticed, truly."
Bullet Stopped by Hair Weave
Briana Bonds drove to a store in Kansas City, where her ex-boyfriend spotted her and shotÂ into her car. The rear window was shattered under the force of four or five shots as Bonds drove away. Later, a bullet was recovered from Bonds' hair! Bonds believes her tightly-woven hair extensions slowed the bullet and protected her from harm. The boyfriend, Juan Kemp, and another man were arrested in the incident.
Goat Breaks into Home, Eats Cake
Sherry Shirley of Westford, Wisconsin opened her front door to let her dog in Saturday, and a goat rushed inside, jumped onto a kitchen counter, and began to eat a cake that was cooling. A neighbor pulled he goat outside by its horns before police arrived. Captain Molly Soblewski said the goat left tracks leading to a farm.
"The goat didn't do a lot of damage. It knocked some dishes to the floor that broke and began eating the chocolate cake she had just made," Soblewski said.
"It was just an unfortunate circumstance," she said. "I feel sorry for the lady, but it is kind of funny."
Ireland's Worst Driver Identified
Traffic police in Ireland had continually cited Prawo Jazdy for various driving and parking violations, but Mr. Jazdy always gave a different address. The mystery driver was recently unveiled when it was pointed out that "Prawo Jazdy", the words at the top of the license, is Polish for "driver's license"! Poles are Ireland's most numerous immigrant group. A search revealed that Prawo Jazdy was ticketed over 50 times! Presumably, Irish police have learned two words of Polish through the embarrassing incident.
Indiana Woman Lonely After 23 Marriages
Linda Wolfe of Anderson, Indiana is in the Guiness Book of World Records as the most married woman, with 23 marriages under her belt. Now 68, Wolfe has been single for twelve years, but is open to the possibility of getting hitched for the 24th time.
"I would get married again," she said, "because, you know, it gets lonely."Â
Giant Rat Caught in China
A six-pound rat was caught in Fuzhou, Fujian, China by a Mr. Xian, who grabbed the rat after he saw a crowd gathered around it. The rat had a 12-inch tail and teeth an inch long. Forestry officials who saw pictures think it's a Chinese bamboo rat, which rarely grow over ten inches long, but cannot be sure until they examine the rat itself. The world's largest rat is the African giant pouched rat, which can grow up to 36 inches long.
Woman Captures Suspect with Wedgie
Veterinary technician Yvonne Morris of Salt Lake City, Utah apprehended a man she saw breaking into a co-worker's car in an unorthodox manner. She chased the suspected thief, then grabbed his boxer shorts and pulled! After administering the wedgie, she took him in a head lock until police arrived. The unidentified man was arrested for attempted burglary and outstanding warrants.