TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Jerry Bance, a Toronto businessman, who had to pull out his bid at running for Parliament in Canada, after a video surfaced of him relieving himself in someone’s coffee mug.
Bance, an appliance repairman, was caught on hidden cameras urinating into a cup and pouring it down the sink while on a service call.
The homeowner was in the next room at the time but didn’t know what happened until he watched the video.
Bance said in a statement he “deeply regrets” the incident and it doesn’t reflect who he is as person or professional.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
Nelson Nazare, 45, an English man who was caught with Fish-Porn on his cell phone after police arrested him for harassing his wife.
Police were searching Nazare’s phone for proof of the harassment charges and stumbled on a video of a guy having sex with a large fish.
His lawyer claimed his friends sent him the videos in, quote, “a misguided attempt at distracting and amusing him.”
Regardless, Nazare is facing charges for harassment and possessing extreme images.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
The makers of a cracker, whose unintentional capitalization of letters that spelled out the “C” word, has forced Aldi’s to remove it from their shelves.
The grocery store chain had just introduced a new gourmet cracker that features the slogan, “In an English Country Garden.”
However, the people who designed the box randomly capitalized four letters, C, U, N and you can figure out the other, in the word “country.”
It was deemed offensive, and thus pulled from the shelves.