Etc. News Archive
This Is WEIRD: Regulation Tennis Match Sees Doubles Playing 2-On-1 After Friendly Fire Leaves One Player Injured On The Bench…
We know. That's kind of a mouthful.
But seriously, this is the weirdest outcome to a tennis match you could probably think of.
The facts are these:
It's all fun and
Repo Games until someone gets hurt.
Seriously, though. This is crazy.
A South Carolina woman took matters into her own hands while her prized Cadillac Escalade was getting repossessed.
When repo man Scott Fowler arrived at the home of LaKeisha "Kee Kee" Smith to take her ride, LaKeisha got into the car, that was already on the tow truck, and floored it!
Since the back tires were lifted and not going anywhere, she moved into the back seats and started breaking her own windows! We guess that if she couldn't have it, then no one could.
Realizing that she had no hope of rescuing her Escalade, LaKeisha turned her attention from the car to Scott and bit him!
She says that she was defending herself because as soon as she got out to the car, Scott was being physical and not letting her retrieve her things.
It's definitely a wild situation, but Kee Kee isn't too bummed about the situation. She paid her $2100 bond, and thought
Bill Murray is making it a bit of a habit of winning the internet.
Well, now we do, because the 63-year-old actor got ice cream on Tuesday night just because he was asked to!
When Joe Nicchi, owner of the CVT Soft Serve ice cream truck, heard that Bill was shooting a movie a couple doors down from him, he invited the whole cast and crew to get free ice cream.
After partaking in the free soft serve, Bill said thanks by taking a picture with CVT! (The acronym stands for the flavors the truck offers — Chocolate Vanilla & Twist.)
We can't even imagine what it must have been like for Joe and his truck, nicknamed Charlie, to actually see Bill eat his frozen treats. Especially because Joe captioned the Instagram picture saying he got to meet his idol!
Bill, all we can say is, please don't stop being awesome any time soon!
[Image via @CVTSoftServe/Instagram]
Well, that was fast.
Just last Friday Bad Girl Tanisha Thomas took to her Instagram to announce that she had been invited to appear in season three of Orange is the New Black.
The only problem is, Netflix is saying that this simply isn't the case.
Before she was caught in a lie, Tanisha's original picture was captioned:
Orange Is The New Black Is Totally Ruining Real Life Prison Fashion So Much One Sheriff Is Banning What?!
Well this is just strange.
A Michigan county sheriff is taking matters into his own hands to combat the popularity of a certain Netflix dramedy.
Saginaw County, Michigan is switching its inmates from full-on orange jumpsuits back to the classic black-and-white stripes number.
To combat this fad, William has switched all of his inmates into
New Theme Park Attraction Dares YOU To Risk Your Life In 100 Ft Fall! No Rope, No Bungee — Nothing But Net!
Remember a couple of weeks ago when we reported about that roller coaster that got stuck for an hour and how that's probably the worst thing that could happen at a theme park?
We were wrong.
That's because a theme park in Denmark has installed a new ride called Sky Fall Tower where you fall about 100 feet into a net at roughly 55mph. Intentionally!
That's it. No ropes. No bungee cord. You simply get hoisted into the air, and then dropped into a free fall with nothing but your disconnected harness.
While other theme parks have had the ride for a while, this is the first video we've ever seen of it, and we are not amused.
But, we do get that a lot of people out there are thrill seekers, so if this seems like something that's up your alley, the more power to you!
Just don't expect to see us getting up there any time soon!
Ch-ch-check it out! (below)
Barbara Walters wouldn't be very happy to hear about this!
After many years of being in the number one spot, The View, for the very first time, fell behind The Talk!
Maybe the casting controversy was a turnoff for viewers!
According to Nielsen live, the ratings for The Talk skyrocketed during