Thursday, October 4, 2007

Last request don't get much stranger

A champion angler is to be turned into fish food when he dies.

Terminally-ill Pete Hodge, 61, has arranged for his remains to be made into bait so his riverbank mates can enjoy a bumper catch.
Pete, who has motor neuron disease, is a national champ and winner of hundreds of competitions. His ashes will be “balled in” as groundbait mix by pals at the Huntspill River near Bridgewater, Somerset.
He said: “It may sound strange but this is my dream. To be back in the river catching fish is where I belong. I hope my friends make me proud with their catches.”Pete has already had a coffin made — fashioned as a giant wicker fishing basket.

I thought I have heard it all......

Top What?

I love how the other reporter doesn't let her get away with it.

Here's a good golf course rule:

'Due to pesticide use on the golf course, please don't lick your balls'

More the Merrier

Small Bits of News

Man Uses Adult Store's Cuffs in Robbery
A parolee faces charges of robbing a lingerie and adult novelties store after locking up a clerk with a pair of off-the-shelf handcuffs.
Police in the Detroit suburb of Ferndale say the clerk triggered a holdup alarm after seeing the masked suspect enter the Priscilla's store shortly after noon Monday.
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Driving A Stolen Car? Don't Visit The Jail
Deputy Dave Wagner had just finished booking a suspect at the Marion County jail Tuesday when he heard a radio report that a stolen pickup truck had been spotted in northeast Salem.
He decided to check it out. He didn't go far.
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Lorry (Truck) driver caught smoking in his cab
A lorry driver has been prosecuted for smoking in his cab parked on a seaside promenade. Leonard King, 55, of Kinmel Bay, Conwy, faces fines and costs of £260 from Llandudno magistrates for smoking illegally in his workplace. He pleaded guilty by letter but said his prosecution was "over the top". A dog warden spotted King smoking and flicking the stub out of the lorry's window. He also received a fine for depositing litter with the stub.

Woman filmed drop-kicking kitten like ball
A woman was filmed drop-kicking a kitten like a football, before she sent the footage to friends. Nicola Collinson, 21, targeted the young black and white cat after it wandered up to her in the street. In the video, she is seen to pick up the kitten, throw it in the air and drop-kick it twice.
Collinson sent the clip by mobile phone to several of her friends. She was charged with causing unnecessary suffering to an animal after a shocked recipient forwarded it to the RSPCA. Collinson, of Parkside Avenue, Winlaton, Gateshead, pleaded guilty to the offence at Gosforth Magistrates' Court yesterday.

Hey lady the brake is on the left

Alright let's show her we can do it!
And guys don't make us look bad!

There is no end to pass out drunk pranks

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Military scope to enable see around corners