Missing Wife

December 19, 2014 at 2:01 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A husband went to police station to report his missing wife .

Husband: I’ve lost my wife, she went shopping yesterday and has still not come home.

Sergeant: What is her height?

Husband: Oh, 5 something

Sergeant: Build?

Husband: Not slim, not really fat.

Sergeant: Color of eyes?

Husband: Never noticed.

Sergeant: Color of hair?

Husband: Changes according to season.

Sergeant: What was she wearing?

Husband: Dress/suit/blue jeans — I don’t remember exactly.

Sergeant: Did she go in a car?

Husband: yes.

Sergeant: What kind of car was it?

Husband: 2015 Corvette Stingray 3LT with the Z51 Performance Package, Shark gray metallic paint, with the 6.2 liter V8 engine with Direct Injection generating 460 HP 8-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, and GT bucket seats, and has a very thin scratch on the front left ….. (at this point the husband started crying )

Sergeant: Don’t worry sir …….. we’ll find your car




Odd news from around the world

Elderly couple almost suffocated after spending 13 hours in their car because they forgot their remote key device: “A New Zealand couple have been rescued from their locked car ‘close to death’ because they thought the remote device – which they did not have – was the only way to get out. For close to 13 hours Mollieanne and Brian Smith sounded the Mazda 3 car horn and tried to smash the windows with a car jack as they sat trapped in the vehicle that was parked in the garage of their home In Alexandra, on the South Island. The elderly couple had been led to believe that only the remote control would open the doors – not realising that a simple catch by the door handle would have freed them, reports Otago Daily Times. When the couple were finally freed by neighbours the following morning Mrs Smith was unconscious because they had used up all the air in the car and her husband was struggling to breathe. Mr Smith told the Otago paper that he considered himself ‘very methodical’ but he could not work out how to open the doors without the remote control device.”

Birds CAN warn us of bad weather: Warblers ‘heard’ storms approaching TWO days before they hit: “Two days before a storm hit Tennessee that spawned 84 tornadoes and killed 35 people earlier this year, there was a mass exodus of birds. Golden-winged warblers that live in the mountains of eastern Tennessee were spotted fleeing their breeding grounds ahead of the arrival of the powerful supercell storm. And the discovery was made by accident while researchers were testing whether the warblers – which weigh less than two small coins – could carry geolocators on their backs. It turned out they could. With a big storm brewing, the birds were seen taking off from their breeding ground, where they had only just arrived, as part of an unplanned migratory event. The birds were alerted when the storm was 560 miles (900km) away, causing them to flee to Cuba before making the return trip once the storm had passed. Overall, the warblers travelled 930 miles (1,500 km) in just five days to avoid the deadly storms. Dr Henry Streby, of the University of California, Berkeley, said: ‘The most curious finding is that the birds left long before the storm arrived.”

A VERY reluctant cat is finally removed from the warmth of a car engine it had made home: “This is the moment a stray cat was pulled out of its hideaway by firemen – after wedging itself in the engine of a car. The startled animal looked far from amused after being removed from the engine block of a car in the city of Van in eastern Turkey. Driver Nurullah Kurman found the cat after noticing that the vehicle was not driving properly on his journey to the shops. After trying and failing to free it, the 40-year-old decided to call the fire service for help – but even emergency crews struggled to find a solution. Despite trying several tricks – including pouring cold water on the animal – fire crews eventually decided to tow the car to a nearby garage. Mechanics then spent two hours taking the car apart before firemen could put their hands inside and pull the cat free. Pictures taken at the time show the moment the soaking wet cat was pulled out of the engine and handed over to staff from an animal charity. The stray is now recovering having undergone treatment at a vets for a broken leg it suffered at some point during its ordeal.”

German football star forced to pay £427,000 trafficfine: “German football star Marco Reus has been fined more than £427,000 pounds – for driving his luxury Aston Martin without a licence. It is the highest motoring offence fine ever handed down in the country. The 25-year-old Borussia Dortmund and Germany winger was stopped by police several times and received speeding tickets on at least five occasions since 2011 before authorities twigged he had been driving without a licence. Dortmund’s prosecutor’s office said the fine related to incidents from 2011 until this March. It is not uncommon in Germany for wealthy people to be hit with mammoth financial penalties because authorities take the view they can afford to pay them. According to Bild he got stopped for the final time in March this year when he was en route to a training game in Dortmund and a police patrol pulled him over. A quick check on the computer showed he had no licence – and never had one. He was blitzed by speed cameras on the autobahn five times for going too fast and each time he paid the fines – but police then did not know he had never passed a test.”

Bizarre ‘ice pancakes’ the size of dinner plates found floating on a Scottish river: “Unusual pancake shaped ice formations that are more typically seen in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice have been found floating on a river in Scotland. The dinner plate-sized ice ‘pancakes’ have formed on a quiet stretch of the River Dee in Aberdeenshire. The strange formations were photographed at the Lummels Pool, Birse, near Aboyne, by Jamie Urquhart, a biologist for the River Dee Trust. The pancakes are thought to have formed from foam created by faster flowing water further upstream, accumulating in a corner of a pool. Freezing temperatures last week caused the foam to freeze, and the current bashed them into a circular shape. Normally pancakes form on ocean water or lakes around the Arctic circle where the movement of water keeps the ice from forming a flat sheet. In the polar seas these can sometime have a thickness of up to 3.9 inches and diameter of between 12 inches to nine feet. Eventually the plates fuse together to form consolidated sea ice that can have ridges that are up to 60 feet thick. However, they do ooccasionally occur on rivers when temperatures drop low enough.”

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