One woman was seriously injured after a U.S. Army Reserve Humvee rolled down a hill and into a crowd at the Long Island Bacon Bash on Saturday evening, according to Newsday. Police said the Humvee, an attraction at the festival, was parked, before it “came out of gear,” going down an embankment and pinning the woman…
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Remember that story yesterday about the guy who set three cars on fire, because he suspected one of them had bed bugs? You know the guy, the one who doused everything in alcohol? You thought we were joking about that “dramatic re-enactment” photo we used. Well, looking at video of the real thing, we weren’t that far…
After I learned about it's existence last weekend from Bad Idea Hat, I wanted to take a ride out east and see if any of the track still remained. My girlfriend and I had nothing to do today so we looked up the directions and set off to find it.
If you've just crashed your mom's Mercedes after doing some coke, don't pin the whole thing on your girlfriend. You'll still get arrested, and you'll also be a total scumbag.
The owner of this white Honda Civic hit his girlfriend, dragged her by her hair, and then attempted to run over a crowd of angry onlookers. That's when the mob trashed and flipped his car. Was this justified?
A Long Island, N.Y. car dealership caught the whole thing on its security camera: Two would be thieves, unsuccessful in their attempts to steal a 2012 Audi S5 convertible, returned an hour later, set it on fire and fled again.
Last Thursday, Artie Hughes was out on his Long Island deck with his wife, relaxing and enjoying the unseasonably warm weather, when suddenly shit from an airplane lavatory rained down on their faces.
This is Jamie Hicks, a.k.a. the "DUI Mom." The Long Island mother was arrested Sunday for driving with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit after her 10-year-old child called 911 from the backseat of their out-of-control car.
We made it out of Boston this Mother's Day morning at what seemed like the crack o' dawn. In reality, it was like 9:00 AM. It just felt much earlier due to the pounding headache from the debauchery of the night prior but whatevs, as you can see — by the time the Team #70 Escalade made it to the lineup, we were…