A Woman Is Selling Her House With One Catch . . . She Comes With it, as Your New Wife
A 40-year-old woman named Wina Lie in Indonesia is selling her two-bedroom house for about $75,000. Which is a great price . . . but there’s a catch.
If you buy the house, she comes WITH it . . . as your new WIFE.
Her husband died 15 years ago, and she says she’s been lonely ever since . . . so now she’s using her house as leverage to find a new husband.
She says she’s totally serious about being a package deal with the house . . . and her real estate ad says, quote, “Only for serious buyers and without negotiation.”
There’s no word if she’s gotten any bids yet.
Click here to see some pictures of Wina and her house.
A Woman Called in a Bomb Threat Because Her Cable Guy Didn’t Show Up
You know what it’s like to make an appointment with your cable company, they NEVER give you a specific time . . . they just say they’ll be there between, like, ten and four.
Then if they don’t show up, you LOSE YOUR MIND . . . like this woman.
23-year-old Mikka Phillips of Lincoln, Nebraska took time off work on Tuesday to get her cable set up, but no one showed. So she called Time Warner Cable to complain, and things got pretty heated.
First she started swearing . . . then she threatened to BLOW UP THE BUILDING, and hung up on them.
But Time Warner had to take the threat seriously, and evacuated the local office. Police searched the building for a bomb, but didn’t find anything . . . so now Mikka is facing charges for calling in a fake bomb threat.
And it turns out Time Warner DID try to get in touch with her that morning to let her know the cable guy couldn’t make it, but she had recently changed her number, so they had no way to contact her.
Click here to see her mugshot.
Middle School Basketball Players Stopped a Game Because Fans Were Picking on a Cheerleader with Down Syndrome
There’s an eighth grader in Kenosha, Wisconsin named Desiree Andrews who has Down syndrome. But that hasn’t stopped her from joining her school’s cheerleading squad.
And she was cheering at a middle school basketball game recently, when some students in the stands started making fun of her.
Luckily three players from her school saw what was happening . . . Miles Rodriguez, Scooter Terrien, and Chase Vazquez. So they stopped playing, confronted the bullies, and told them to stop.
Desiree described what they did as, quote, “sweet, kind, awesome, and amazing.” And since then, they’ve become friends.
Now the school is officially renaming their gymnasium “D’s House” . . . because Desiree goes by the nickname “D”.