• To be a fly on the wall in this situation! A couple in Stockholm had to call police after their naughty escapade took a turn for the embarrassing. Authorities say the couple was using handcuffs when at some point, they lost the key. “It was hard not to laugh, especially as my shift was ending," one of the responding police officers explains. "It's among the strangest things I have experienced, but I know that it does happen."
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  • Aaron Foote and his girlfriend Terisha Lee Norviel are the 2017 version of peeping Toms. The couple is facing misdemeanor voyeurism by electronic equipment charges after they used a drone to spy on multiple victims in Orem, Utah. How'd they get caught? One of their victims seized the drone when it touched down in a nearby church parking lot and turned it over to police. Unfortunately for Foote, there was footage of his car which police were able to trace back to him.
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  • This guy needs to learn how to be a little more ROMANTIC!!! Florida man Donald Royce wanted to get down and dirty with his wife, but when the 76-year-old was rebuffed, he got his gun. Royce fired two shots at his wife, who's 62-years-old, hitting her in the butt. Royce told authorities he was arguing with his wife about their sleeping arrangements when he decided to fire into the bed to scare her. Royce admitted he missed his intended target and hit the victim in the hip and buttocks instead. He's now facing a felony domestic violence charge.
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  • Desperation makes people do stupid things...like not simply ASKING nicely for some cash first. Let me introduce you to Preston Kelley. The 23-year-old from Florence, Alabama texted his grandmother a photo that appeared to show him bound and beaten in a wooded area in Tennessee. He reportedly told her he needed $1-thousand or he'd be killed. The astute grandmother contacted police, who discovered the entire story was a hoax. Kelley was arrested later that day in Alabama, and charged with first-degree extortion. For what it's worth, he maintains that he was kidnapped.
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  • These guys like to PARTY!!! Two men in New Brunswick, Canada are facing charges because their idea of a good time after a few drinks was to go through a McDonald's drive-thru on a couch being towed behind an ATV. Once police lights appeared, the driver of the ATV took off, leaving behind the two drunkards, who were 28 and 39-years-old, by the way. It's unclear what exactly the men were charged with, but they were wearing helmets at least.
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  • I feel bad for the Saint Louis University men's basketball team as they can't catch a break. They lost their game to New York's St. Bonaventure University then, when they tried to go home, their bus was nowhere to be found. It turns out driver Linda Edmister was 40-miles away...and drunk. After her blood alcohol level was found to be four times the legal limit for a commercial driver, she was charged with driving while intoxicated. Another bus then took the team to their original bus so the team could get their stuff. They were then taken to the airport in nearby Bradford, Pennsylvania, for the return flight to St. Louis.
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  • A woman in England just can't stop knocking on people's doors and running away. For the second time, Claire Bowden has had to go in front of a judge because she's been "persistently knocking" on people's doors and ringing their doorbells before fleeing. This time around, she was given a suspended two-month jail term for ignoring his previous warning.
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  • Oh the joys of booze! Authorities were in for quite a surprise when they found 51-year-old Daniel Marchese. The Pittsburgh man was going in and out of consciousness in a running car in the middle of an intersection. Marchese was wearing women's lingerie at the time and left himself exposed to the police. Not surprisingly, officers found an open bottle of whiskey in the car, along with two guns. At one point, Marchese kicked at the officers and threatened them, which certainly didn't help his situation. He's now facing charges including drunken driving, indecent exposure, aggravated assault and weapons
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