A huge fish kill in King Harbor Marina near Redondo Beach, Calif. resulted in the water there was filled with hundreds of thousands of dead anchovies. Hours after the workers were still busy scooping out the stinky lil guys.
A KFC customer in the UK is fuming mad — and claims to have missed days of work due to mental distress — after he bit into his order of fried chicken only to find a bit of mystery material that appeared to be some sort of organ.
An employee at Southwest Airlines pulled a package from its shipping list because it hadn’t been labeled properly. But wait, it gets better. Inside the package was a few dozen human heads and parts of human heads.
We try not to be too paranoid about the cleanliness of things we purchase. We’ll purchase used books, buy vintage clothing, drive pre-owned cars. But the “Ick Factor,” as it’s known in the world of science, jumps off the charts when it comes to used undies. But that’s exactly what NBC claims to have discovered at several retail stores.
Morning sickness sucks. And if you want to make it even worse, pick up some calabash chalk. The FDA is now saying the traditional morning sickness remedy — also called nzu, poto, calabar stone, mabele, argile or la craie — has been found to contain lead and arsenic.