Some drunk revelers at a backyard party near Birmingham, England thought it would be fun to point a laser at a helicopter flying over their house. Unfortunately for them, that helicopter belonged to the National Police Air Service, who walked a beat cop to their house with impressive efficiency.
A 23 year-old Delta Air Lines passenger was shot with a stun gun on Thursday morning at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, the busiest airport in the country.
Marilyn Hartman must really love flying, or planes, or airports. She made headlines just a couple of weeks ago for sneaking onto a Southwest Airlines flight from San Jose to Los Angeles without a ticket. She has been arrested again this week, at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.
Traffic cops in in New Delhi, India have begun issuing traffic tickets based on images uploaded to their Facebook page by tattletale motorists. There are so many posts police have two full-time staffers combing through submissions, hunting down legit violations.
Half Life's Gordon Freeman doesn't talk much, but he's pretty good at braining enemies with a crow bar. One gamer's frustration at having his car repeatedly broken into resulted in this Half Life-inspired note to would-be thieves. NSFW words.
This delicate flower is Chandra Reed, 23, of Mesa, Arizona. Police responded to her boyfriend's call claiming she'd broken the windows out of his car with a dog leash. She allegedly answered the door nude, holding a can of beer.
28-year-old Deserie Guzman is probably the worst person in the world. She's been charged with stealing Adrienne Braxton's car as the nurses assistant attempted to save a man who'd been severely injured in a car accident. The man died.
A lunatic bashed through fences at Nigeria's Calabar International Airport and crashed (well, wedged) his car under a passenger airliner, claiming he was sent by Jesus. Nobody was injured, but a young passerby did comment "Nice stance, yo." [DailyMail]
48-year-old Randy Sipple was so angry at a fellow motorist, he decided to up the road-rage ante by throwing a pick-axe through the back window of a car. No surprise it happened in middle-of-nowhere, Ohio. [Local12]
Two rocket-scientist teenagers from the Metro Detroit suburb of Fraser got high by huffing then decided to steal a riding lawnmower before dawn and drive to the store for more cans. Too bad they crashed into a police cruiser. [ClickOnDetroit]
Mark Grgurich, 54, of Des Moines was killed cycling in rural Iowa when a speeding truck slammed into him, then sped away from the scene. Police recovered this partial logo and are asking for help identifying it. Updated.
Federal Way Police Chief Brian Wilson has apologized for hitting a parked car while checking his Blackberry. The irony here? Washington state was the first to enact anti-texting laws. More ironic? No charges are planned.
Authorities in Utah captured the three fugitive executives of Legacy Auto Sales and recovered some of the 81 cars stolen from their dealership as part of a plan to auction them off for personal profit.
Monday night, 81 cars disappeared from the lot of Scottsbluff, Nebraska-based Legacy Auto Sales, the next morning the company owner, comptroller and general manager had vanished without a trace. It's a mystery!
Somewhere before getting pulled over for DUI, a 27-year-old Florida man lost his rear passenger-side tire. Wanna bet he drunkenly asked "What seems to be the problem officer?"
Elvis Alonzo Barrett decided to flee police when they attempted a traffic stop, it was the first in a series of poor decisions which would result in fifty traffic citations in one sitting.
Hackers in Grand Forks, North Dakota of all places have hit on a clever Trojan Horse: using a fraudulent parking ticket to direct unsuspecting motorists to their virus laden websites.
Nigerian Police are holding a witch, above, in custody while investigating charges he attempted to steal a Mazda, then transformed into a goat to evade the vigilante mob chasing him down. But, does he float?
It takes a certain kind of bad driver to be banned from the road for almost 1000 years, but 84-year-old Luba Relic of Warriewood, New South Wales, Australia has managed to be just that dangerous.