TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .
Taylor Parker, 24, whose high-speed chase ended when he accidentally shot out his own tires.
Iowa police were trying to pull Parker over for a traffic violation, but he sped off.
He apparently needed to ditch a shotgun he had on him, so as he fled he tossed the gun out the window.
However, when the gun hit the ground it fired and took out his tires.
The chase ended there and police found he had a significant amount of meth on him.
Parker was arrested for possession with intent to deliver and possession of a weapon.
AND THEN THERE’S …..
A Russian printing company, which produced thousands of pamphlets for the holidays that were supposed to say “Do Good,” but a typo led them to say “Exterminate Beavers!”
A Russian charity called “Mercy Capital” paid 375,000 rubles ($6,112 USD) for leaflets that should have read “Do good” to encourage donations for the holidays.
However, the charity was horrified to see Cyrillic script that read: “Exterminate Beavers!”
The printing house hired to produce the pamphlets is refusing to take responsibility for the error claiming “no one will notice the mistake.”
Mercy Capital is reportedly planning to file a lawsuit against the printers over the “unusable” pamphlets.
OR HOW ABOUT …..
An 18-year-old from Liuzhou, China, who managed to get a wedding band stuck on his junk for two days and had to get it cut off (the ring that is).
The teen apparently slid the wedding band over his manly parts and it got stuck.
After two days the pain got to a point that he had to call for help.
He was taken to a hospital where firefighters used tools to cut the ring off, not his junk.
OKAY, ONE MORE …..
Stephen Wojciehowski, who was arrested on indecent exposure charges for wearing a swim suit he made out of plastic wrap.
Police in Long Beach Island, New Jersey say the man was seen walking on the beach in Saran Wrap and his genitals were clearly exposed.
He claimed he had forgotten his bathing suit so me made one out of plastic.
Whether deliberate or not, his manly parts were still in plain view and other beach-goers called police.