A nurse’s revenge

November 9, 2014 at 3:07 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A policeman was rushed to the hospital with an inflamed appendix. The doctors operated and advised him that all was well.

However, the patrolman kept feeling something pulling at the hairs in his crotch.

Worried that it might be a second surgery and the doctors hadn’t told him about it,
he finally got enough energy to pull his hospital gown up enough so he could look
at what was making him so uncomfortable.

Taped firmly across his pubic hair and private parts were three wide strips of
adhesive tape, the kind that doesn’t come off easily — if at all.

Written on the tape in large black letters was the sentence, “Get well soon, from the nurse in the Ford Explorer you pulled over last week.”

Kind of brings tears to your eyes doesn’t it?




Odd news from around the world

Porsche smashes into the back of a truck and gets dragged along for SIX MILES by truck driver: “A driver got wedged into the back of a lorry and dragged for more than six miles as the truck driver thought honking motorists were telling him to speed up. The run-in between an articulated truck and the car – thought to be a £100,000 Porsche Cayenne – was caught on film on a busy highway in China’s Jiangxi Province. Car driver Zhen Yin, 32, was reportedly a drug user who had fallen unconscious – and when police investigated they were said to have found his boot ‘full of cocaine’. Oblivious to what was happening, lorry driver Xiong Feng, 45, carried on for six and a half miles before being flagged down by another trucker. ‘The first I became aware of anything was when I heard some loud honking beside me,’ he said. ‘He had his window down and was shouting something but I couldn’t hear him, and then he started pointing at the back of my truck. ‘But I thought he was telling me to speed up, so I did.’ He added: ‘Eventually I pulled over and it was only then that I saw the car stuck on the back.’

Heathrow Airport introduces a ‘scent globe’ so passengers can sniff their way around the world: “Nothing evokes a sense of place like the heady waft of a familiar smell. And passengers travelling from Heathrow’s Terminal 2 can now be transported to across the world in a single sniff. To celebrate the completion of its newly reinvigorated terminal, the airport has installed a ‘scent globe’ which shoots out the smell of its most fragrant destinations, intending to ‘take passengers on a sensory journey before even setting foot on their flights’. Perched in the departure lounge, the orb offers curious globetrotters whiffs of Thailand, South Africa, Japan, China and Brazil. The selection were chosen for their popularity with Heathrow air passengers. To conjure up the essence of the five nations, Heathrow worked with Design in Scent, to produce tailor-made scents from ingredients associated with the designated country. South Africa’s smell captures the adventure of safari with notes of tribal incense, wild grass and musky animalics through the scent of Hyraceum (a rock like substance made from the excrement of the Cape hyrax). While Brazil’s scent oozes rich rainforest fauna with a palette of coffee, tobacco and jasmine.”

Another really dumb crook: “A prolific jewellery thief who snatched nearly a quarter of a million pounds worth of valuables from London shops was caught after leaving behind his mobile phone with a selfie as a screensaver at the scene of a crime. Mechanic Germain Ibrahim Fofana, 27, who blew the money gambling in casinos, received five-and-a-half years imprisonment yesterday for a total of forty-five offences. Posing as a customer he entered the shop with a female accomplice, who had a young child in a buggy, at 1.45pm, claiming to be looking for an engagement ring. He returned alone thirty minutes later and asked to see the two original engagement rings he viewed and a wedding ring to compare styles, running out of the shop when the assistant handed them over. When police announced the manhunt Detective Sergeant Damion Cumming said: ‘In his hurry to get out of the shop, the suspect left his mobile phone on the table alongside his bag. ‘While police were on the scene the phone lit up, having received a text message, and a picture of the suspect was saved as the background.”

Man discovers a 10-FOOT nest containing 350,000 wasps in a camper-van: “A huge wasps nest measuring about 10 feet long has been found in a camper, in South Carolina. Robert McDougal of Hurry Up Towing in the sleepy town of Moncks Corner, had no idea there was a nest in the fold-down camper in his storage yard until he lifted it with a forklift. Incredibly he wasn’t stung as he sat perfectly still for 20 minutes and waited for pest control to arrive. The nest is believed to have been one of the largest ever cleared in South Carolina. McCool managed to keep his cool as he removed 37 queens, by hand. He refused to use pesticides despite the advice of a number of colleagues in the bee extraction business to simply burn the thing out. ‘Bee vacuum and grabbing bags,’ he said, literally tearing loose pieces of the comb and stuffing them into trash bags. ‘Quite an adrenalin rush.’ He was stung a half-dozen times, but in a two-decade career extracting hives and nests, he figures he’s been stung more than 6,000 times. Yellow jacket nests are occasionally very large.

Old cars put to the test: “Adventurous drivers took their vintage cars up one of the steepest roads in Britain – in scenes reminiscent of the cartoon, Wacky Races. More than a hundred pre-war cars made their way up the winding 2,100-ft quarry road at Honister Slate Mine in the Lake District, Cumbria. The towering 648m Fleetwith pike in Cumbria is a gear crunching one in three gradient on a gravel track with tortuous hair pin bends known as the Drumhouse section. Amid dismal conditions, many of the motorists looked the part, wearing goggles and scarves while some sheltered under umbrellas as they braved the elements in their open-top cars. From Bentley to Rolls Royce, Aston Martin to Bugatti, the classic cars trundled across rocky passes against a backdrop of spectacular scenery in the Lake District. Every year the cars converge at the foot of Honister Pass as members of the Vintage Sports Car Club prepare for the ascent.”

And don’t forget to catch up with all the Strange Justice before you go.


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