There's a Butt-Bandit loose in St. Pete! Well...more of a gluteal graffiti tagger really. Someone is spray painting butts...sometimes with more than two buttocks (up to seven!) in a variety of locations in the area and authorities haven't a clue who's responsible or why. Check it (them) out HERE!
Women are wearing 'hairy chest' swimming costumes and the result is bizarre. It's the beachwear you never knew you needed this summer...Read more HERE
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A crowd of people catch a teenager who falls 25 feet from a ride at Six Flags in New York.
A 14-year-old girl was caught by the crowd who formed below her after she was dangling from an amusement park ride. The unnamed teen was riding the Sky Ride at Six Flags Great Escape in Queensbury, New York when she somehow slipped out of the ride’s gondola chair.
The teenager was hanging from the ride until she dropped, hitting a tree before the crowd of park guests and employees caught her. According to local authorities, she was treated at the scene, then taken to the hospital, where she is in stable condition, with no serious injuries.
The park’s website describes the Sky Ride as a “roundtrip ski-lift style gondola ride.” And the ride has been cleared to operate, but it remains closed while Six Flags does an internal review. “The safety and security of our guests is our top priority and our thoughts and prayers are with our guest and her family,” they say in a statement.
For the fourth time, a town in Kentucky has elected a dog as mayor!
- Rabbit Hash, Kentucky elected a dog as mayor for the fourth time
- The pit bull went up against a cat, the chicken, a donkey and a little boy
- The town is so small it doesn't actually need a mayor so money raised from the election goes toward local improvements
The town of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky has a new mayor and he'd really love it if you gave him a bone. No, seriously! For the fourth time in the town's history, a dog has been elected mayor. Brynneth Pawltro the pit bull beat out a cat, the chicken, a donkey and a little boy to nab the position.
It turns out having an animal in charge was a way to raise money for the town, which is home to 315 people. "It started in the late 1990s as a fundraiser," Bobbi Kayser, who works with the Rabbit Hash Historical Society, explains. "We charge you a dollar for your vote and you vote as often as you want."
Money raised from the elections go to local improvements and repairs. This time around, the proceeds helped to repair the General Store, which was damaged in a fire last year.
If you want to make this kid happy, all you have to do is hand him a leaf blower on full blast.
Goofy seriously loves this man's impression of him.
This cuddly Toucan is sure you make your heart happy.
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