TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Ghulam Rasul and Muhammad Sultan, two suicide bombers in Pakistan, who accidentally blew themselves up after getting into an argument with each other.
According to eyewitnesses, the men were sitting on a bench having a discussion that quickly turned into an argument.
One man shoved the other and in their scuffle they accidentally triggered a suicide vest.
It appears that other than the two suspects, nobody else was harmed during the incident.
It’s unclear what their target may have been.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
A female juror in Australia, who caused a mistrial because she was caught flirting with the defendant.
A sheriff in the court alerted the judge after he noticed the woman flicking her hair, smiling, raising an eyebrow, and nodding in a potentially suggestive manner at the accused man.
The judge had to discharge her and the remaining jurors, and start the three-week long case again.
Ironically, the man on trial was accused of trying to influence a witness in a separate armed robbery case leveled against him in 2012.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Ramando Givens, 25, a Florida man who stole a car, but left his wallet behind.
A GPS tracking system led authorities to the stolen SUV, but the driver was gone.
Luckily for police, a fingerprint, along with a black wallet with Givens’ driver’s license and Social Security card, were on the driver’s seat.
Givens faces burglary and grand theft auto charges.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Tommy Doerr, 46, a dog walker in New York City, who’s being sued after he sold the dog he was walking for drug money.
Morgan Bogle hired Doerr to walk her dog “Sugar” last February, but he didn’t bring her home.
Doerr claimed he had a psychotic episode and couldn’t remember what happened.
Bogle asked around her neighborhood and was told that Doerr sold the dog for drugs.
She has filed a lawsuit against Doerr and wants a judge to order him to get her dog back, or pay $10,000.
No arrests were ever made.