A Guy in New York Found a Dead Rat in His Wrap
With a sandwich, you can basically see what you’re eating, but with wraps and burritos, you’re GAMBLING when you bite in, right?
A guy in New York City LOST that gamble yesterday.
He ordered a wrap for lunch from a restaurant called Chop’t . . . and when he bit into it, he found an ENTIRE DEAD RAT.
On the bright side, at least he didn’t bite in and find half a dead rat in the wrap and half in his mouth, right?
Anyway, his friends and coworkers immediately started tweeting photos of the rat in the wrap. Chop’t says the location was shut down for a, quote, “deep clean.”
A Woman Finds Out Her House Was a Serial Killer’s Torture Chamber . . . When She Sees It on an A&E Cold Case Documentary
Catrina McGhaw signed a lease for a house in Ferguson, Missouri back in March. As far as she knew, it was just a nice, normal suburban house outside St. Louis. NOPE.
Catrina was watching an episode of “Cold Case Files” on A&E last month, and it featured the house SHE was renting. Turns out a serial killer had tortured and killed at least 12 women inside.
On top of that, Catrina’s landlord is the killer’s MOTHER!!! Catrina says she never told her about what happened in the house.
Naturally she wanted to get out of the lease, but Sandra wouldn’t let her. She finally went to the St. Louis Housing Authority, who got Sandra to agree to let Catrina out by the end of this month.
A Nine-Year-Old Reported Her Parents’ Marijuana . . . Because She Was Afraid It Was Making Her and Her Dogs Sick
A nine-year-old girl walked into the police station in Barnesville, Minnesota last month on her own . . . and ratted out her PARENTS’ drug operation.
She told the cops her parents were growing and selling marijuana . . . plus they were smoking it themselves. And she was worried that the smoke was making her and her dogs sick.
The cops raided her house last week to check it out, and she was telling the truth . . . her parents were growing marijuana under the house. The cops also found some METH there.
Charges haven’t been filed yet . . . the girl is now staying with her grandparents.