A four year-old boy was found, unscathed, wandering the streets of a Dutch town, barefoot and in pajamas, after taking his mom’s car for a joy ride. The toddler was given a cuddly bear and taken to a police station and given a mug of hot chocolate where he was reunited with his mother. The car was a stick shift.
Israel’s Ben Gurion airport was quickly evacuated when an American tourist explained to security personnel that what they were picking up on the luggage x-ray machine was an unexploded shell that he was taking home as a souvenir.
In what can only be described as a case of karmic irony, a Nigerian scammer, responsible for stealing logins from over 28,000 victims over the past several years, recently infected his own computer with malware exposing his identity to authorities.
Ukrainian forces are exploiting what they call a “jack-in-the-box” design flaw
in Russian tanks. With ammunition stored directly under the turret, a well-placed shot sets off all the shells like a string of Chinese firecrackers, blowing off the turret and killing all inside.