A Guy Goes to a Police Station to Report a Robbery . . . and the Guy Who Robbed Him Shows Up Too
In Melbourne, Australia Ross Moresi realized someone had stolen two of his surfboards, worth close to a thousand dollars each.
So he called around to local surf shops, to see if anyone had tried to sell them. And it turned out some guy DID sell them to a place, and he used the name Daniel Burne.
So Ross wrote down the name, and went to his local police station to report it. And while he was standing in line, a guy who was out on bail showed up because he had to check in. And Ross heard him say that HIS name was Daniel Burne.
Ross told the cops and a few minutes later, Daniel confessed to the whole thing and Ross ended up getting both of his surfboards back.
Teens Crash An SUV Crashed Caused When Teen Burned Driver’s Armpit Hair
A SUV full of teenagers crashed in Idaho after one of the passengers lit the driver’s armpit hair on fire with a lighter.
The rollover occurred after a 16-year-old boy was goofing off in the front seat and lit the 18-year-old driver’s armpit hair on fire as a joke.
The 18-year old lost control of the vehicle and crashed. All 5 teens in the car were taken to the hospital, but are expected to make a full recovery.
The driver has been charged with failure to wear a seatbelt. The 16-year-old was charged with interfering with the driver’s safety.
Police Radar Gun Might Soon Be Able To Tell If You’re Texting
You better not be texting while driving….because soon, cops will be able to TELL!!
A new radar gun is being developed that pick-up radio frequencies showing that drivers are texting.
This new radar-gun would give police departments the ability to increase their revenue from traffic tickets and can even pick-up the content of the texts your sending.
They’ll be able to tell if it’s the driver texting illegally or just a passenger in the car.