The thing about hotel rooms? They contain all the facilities people have at home — a bed for sleeping, a closet for your clothes, a bathroom with a sink, shower and toilet for hygiene maintenance — meaning you don’t need to go looking elsewhere when nature calls. Unfortunately for fellow guests at one Hard Rock Hotel, someone allegedly went rogue in that last area.
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What’s going on in Tulsa, OK? Is there some kind of aphrodisiac in the water, or are the Walmart stores there just inexplicably attractive to the public self-pleasuring set? In the second time in a matter of months, a Tulsa shopper has been accused of getting down to business in the middle of a Walmart. [More]
What should have been a few-hour flight from Houston to New York City on Saturday evening turned into an 8-hour slog with a long stopover in Memphis for passengers of United flight 1435, which never made it all the way to its intended destination. All because a passenger decided to rush the cockpit. [More]
In New York City, subway riders are used to the phrase, “If you see something, say something.” The key word there being “say,” not “do.” That advice could apply to a number of situations, because while vigilante justice is a noble theme in comic books, police likely won’t approve if you open up fire on your fellow shopper for shoplifting. [More]
Committing acts of harassment in a confined public space is going to lead to one inevitable outcome: You’re gonna get caught because there’s nowhere to go. That’s what happened to a man on a flight from Chicago to Orange County, Calif. when his fellow passengers tackled him for behaving aggressively and grabbing women while in the air. Getting away is not an option when you’re at that altitude, people.
How many times do we have to say it? People, 911 is not your personal complaint line, whether it’s a call about a sub-par sandwich or the service you received at your local Skyline Chili. Cops say one Cincinnati man got a bit tipsy and called 911 about 10 times after an unsatisfactory experience at the restaurant.
Endangering your kids to check out some great shopping? That didn’t fly with a judge in the San Francisco area. A new mom has been ordered to stay away from Nordstrom after leaving her 11-week-old twins inside her SUV while she was visiting the store in February. Once again — never leave your kids in the car, no matter the season.