Beer, Pizza, and a Dash of Chinese
SEARCH IN  
Click here to buy posters
In Association with Amazon.com
 
ORDER POSTER
 BUY THE POSTER
  
 
This edition of Stolen from the Headlines features a guy whose car got away from him, a man who stole a Chinese food delivery vehicle, a woman who decided to use her car to get even with her husband, and a guy who found a better way to track his reindeer herd.

Drive by Pizza
Originally reported by the Web Orange Co. News

William Kise, 41, reportedly crashed his Mustang into a Indianapolis home and asked the owner: “You want some pizza?”

Police discovered a pizza and a bottle of hot sauce in the rear seat of his car after the accident, the Indianapolis Star reported.

Officers said that Kise confessed to drinking five beers at a friend’s house after calling in his pizza order. He then got in the car while still eating a slice.

  
 
His foot allegedly became wedged under his accelerator and he couldn’t stop the car, which crashed into the home.

The married couple and their four children in the house were not hurt, but the home was so badly damaged they had to move into a temporary shelter.

Just goes to show you what a guy with five beers in him can accomplish.


Bristol Middle School Orders Chinese
Originally reported by United Press International

Connecticut police reported that a man who stole a Chinese food delivery vehicle made the deliveries and kept the cash.

Hartford police said Keith Hinds, 45, stole the delivery driver’s car when it was left running at Bristow Middle School on Friday. When the restaurant called customers to let them know about the crime, one of them reported the food had been delivered, the Hartford Courant reported Monday.

Police said they arrested Hinds while he was making another delivery. They said he was found with a crack pipe, a marijuana cigarette and an anti-psychotic drug.

Hinds was charged with third-degree larceny, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to keep drugs in the original container.

Failure to keep drugs in the original container will do you in every time.


It Only Happens Every Leap Year
Originally reported by Yahoo News

An Arizona woman upset over President Obama’s re-election ran down her husband with the family car because he failed to vote.

Holly Solomon, 28, was arrested after she ran over her husband, Daniel Solomon, following a wild chase that left him pinned underneath the car.

Witnesses said the argument broke out in a parking lot on Saturday. Mrs. Solomon then chased her husband with the car, yelling at him when he tried to hide behind a light pole, police said.

Solomon told police that he didn’t know his wife was upset over the election, as he had stopped listening to her in 2008.

This Week’s Flying Rubber Boat Story
Originally reported by
United Press International

A man from Parkalompolo, Sweden has converted his rubber boat into an aircraft that can track his reindeer herd.

Stig Nordspets, 56, said he learned about an Italian man who made a flying machine from a rubber boat and decided to roll his own, The Local.se reported Monday.

"Those who want to track them from above normally do so from a hydroplane, but no one that I know of has ever used a flying rubber boat before, so I thought, 'Why not?'" Nordspets said.

Nordspets said he’s looking for other unconventional (crazy) aircraft and may buy a small gyrocopter.

Gyrocopters can be found right next to your flying rubber boat sales.

Submissions Contributors Advertise About Us Contact Us Disclaimer Privacy Links Awards Request Review Contributor Login
© Copyright 2002 - 2018 NightsAndWeekends.com. All rights reserved.