TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Two tourists in Italy, who climbed onto a priceless statue of Hercules for a selfie and caused part of it to crack off.
The pair were touring the city of Cremona in northern Italy when they decided to take a selfie with a legendary, priceless statue.
So they climbed up onto the statue created back in the early 1700s and broke it.
A stone crown on the top cracked off, crashed down, and shattered on the ground.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
39-year-old Jaime Robison, a police officer in Pasadena, California, who was busted this week for insurance fraud after a video surfaced of an Ice Bucket Challenge she took last summer.
Robison, who has been on disability with a lower back injury since 2012, was seen in the video lifting 40 pounds of ice and water and dumping it on herself.
The video found its way to city officials, and they started an investigation.
She was arrested for insurance fraud and is facing up to six years in prison if she’s convicted.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Todd Sadefar, 42, a Pennsylvania man who was arrested at his own wedding because of outstanding warrants.
An informant told police that Sadefar was in town to get married, so the cops showed up to the ceremony and arrested him outside the church.
The groom was not allowed to stay for his wedding reception, and his wife had to go to the Carbon County Prison in Pennsylvania to retrieve his rented tux.