No, You Should Not Sell Your Five-Month-Old To Raise Money For A New Apartment

No, You Should Not Sell Your Five-Month-Old To Raise Money For A New Apartment

19-year-old West Virginian Rebecca Sue Taylor is facing felony charges after trying to sell her five-month-old son for $10,000 to raise money for a new apartment. Taylor was in talks to act as a surrogate mother for Leigh Burr, but then realized she could skip a few steps and still turn a buck. When it looked like negotiations weren’t going well, Taylor, who claimed she had been “unable to bond with the infant,” dropped the price of her son to $5,000.

Angry Customer Tries To Hold Ashley Furniture Repairman Hostage Until He Fixes That Dresser

Angry Customer Tries To Hold Ashley Furniture Repairman Hostage Until He Fixes That Dresser

A man in New London, Wisconsin grew so angry about the broken drawers on his dresser that he tried to trap an Ashley Furniture repairman in his bedroom until they were fixed. The man’s wife reportedly said, “Paul, let him go,” in what we hope was an exasperated voice—we have a feeling Paul does stuff like this all the time.

Get Permission To Use That WiFi Hotspot, Or You Are Committing A Felony

Get Permission To Use That WiFi Hotspot, Or You Are Committing A Felony

Michigan charged Sam Peterson II with a felony for accessing a coffee-shop’s WiFi network from his car over several weeks. The police visited Sam’s car after a barber next to the coffee-shop mistook Sam for a stalker.