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Man Mistakenly Posts Naked Photo To Advertise Home Sale

Man Mistakenly Posts Naked Photo To Advertise Home Sale - Dallas News | myFOXdfw.com: A Texas man hoping to sell his home made a big mistake while posting an image of his home online.

His home in Austin Texas has five bedrooms, and costs $389,500. When it came time for showing one of the four bathrooms, home buyers got an unsettling surprise.

The seller didn't realize he was naked in the photo and was seen standing in the middle of the mirror without pants.

Apparently he didn't notice his reflection before uploading the photo. At least you can't see that poor man's face in the photo.

The photo already made its rounds on the internet before it was removed from the original site it was posted on.

Tornado rips through home, turns up stolen goods

Tornado rips through home, turns up stolen goods - Dallas News | myFOXdfw.com: A tornado in Tennessee this week helped police catch a burglary suspect.

According to the Times News, the EF-1 storm leveled 26-year-old Jarrod L. Christian’s home in Kingsport, Tenn.

A neighbor ran over to help after the winds died down. He didn’t find anyone home, but he did find his own air compressor that was recently stolen.

Police found even more stolen property among the debris.

Christian wasn’t home when the tornado hit because he was already in jail.

He was arrested the day before during a domestic incident.

More mysterious craters found in Russia's remote Siberia region

More mysterious craters found in Russia's remote Siberia region | Reuters: - Two more craters of unknown origin have been spotted in Russia's Siberia region, weeks after a similar-looking hole was found in the isolated northernmost area, a local paper reported.

The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper, published pictures of two new giant holes discovered by reindeer herders, one located in the Yamal and the other in the Taymyr peninsula, both above the Arctic circle.

The paper said that theories of their origin range from meteorites or stray missiles to aliens or an underground gas explosion. The report could not be confirmed independently.

Lawn mower man: 'Drunk driver uses grass trimmer to bar hop around North Colorado' | Metro News

Lawn mower man: 'Drunk driver Kenneth Welton uses grass trimmer to bar hop around North Colorado' | Metro News: A man was arrested for drunk driving after reportedly deciding to go bar hopping on a lawn mower.

Kenneth Welton, 53, from North Colorado, was detained after he was spotted cruising along in the grass trimming machine on a busy road last Tuesday.

‘He’s lucky he didn’t hurt somebody or get himself hurt from somebody hitting him,’ said Sergeant Sean Standridge, from the Weld County Sheriff’s department.

He added: ‘He couldn’t stand on his own. He was showing signs of impairment.’

Welton, who was driving without a valid licence, said he had not been going from bar to bar and was actually mowing weeds when he was stopped.

911 call reveals unusual home intruder — a snake

911 call reveals unusual home intruder — a snake - seattlepi.com: Authorities say officers in New Mexico rushed to a home invasion call and found an unusual intruder — a large snake.

Albuquerque police say officers recently removed the slithering reptile after a woman called 911.

Officials believe the snake slithered its way into the woman's home, possibly through an open door.

The animal was removed and later released in an open space in the city.

No injuries were reported.

'Spider-Man' arrested after fight with Times Square police

'Spider-Man' arrested after fight with Times Square police - UPI.com: A Times Square "Spider-Man" was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly started a fight with a police officer who told him to stop asking tourists for bigger tips.

Junior Bishop was arrested and charged with assault, resisting arrest, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after the incident.

Bishop is accused of punching a rookie police officer after the cop told the 25-year-old to stop attempting to extort tourists for $5, $10 or $20 tips.

Myrtle Creek toddler crashes Jeep, runs home to watch cartoons

Myrtle Creek toddler crashes Jeep, runs home to watch cartoons | News | The Register-Guard | Eugene, Oregon: A Myrtle Creek, Oregon, toddler crashed a Jeep into a Douglas County home, then ran back to his home to watch cartoons.

Wearing only a diaper, the 3-year-old boy climbed into the Jeep and knocked it out of gear, authorities said. Witnesses said the Jeep rolled down the street, through an intersection and into the house, causing minor damage.

An officer found the boy on a couch watching TV as if nothing had happened, KPTV news reported .

He said his parents weren’t home and another relative was sleeping when the incident happened Tuesday evening. Police cited 22-year-old Brennan Pennington for failing to supervise a child.

Washington man Mark Nelson survives wildfire by running into it

Washington man Mark Nelson survives wildfire by running into it - UPI.com: It sounds counterintuitive, but a Washington man was able to rely on his instincts and survive a wildfire by running straight at it.

When wildfires began rapidly approaching his Brewster home, Mark Nelson was barely able to grab his cat, Fluffy, and get out the door before the flames arrived.

He got in his car and began driving, but quickly had to abandon his van after it caught on fire.

Unable to get away from the blaze, Nelson decided to go to it instead.

The 60-year-old grabbed Fluffy and ran at the flames before dropping to the ground at the last second to allow them to pass over him.

Nelson lost his home, but he is OK and Fluffy is as well. He did sustain burns on his hand, side and legs.

A robot that cleans your barbecue

Quirky News Article | Orange UK: They have now invented a robot that cleans your barbecue.

The Grill Cleaning Robot, from product firm Hammacher Schlemmer, autonomously cleans grill grates.

A built-in CPU and electric motors that rotate three cylindrical brushes propel the robot across the grill grates and remove burnt bits of food and grease in just a few passes.

"The Grill Cleaning Robot uses cutting-edge technology to keep grill grates clean while requiring minimal effort from cooks who can instead focus on their food preparation," said Hammacher Schlemmer's General Manager Fred Berns.

The device can be set to clean for 10, 20 or 30 minutes and its rechargeable battery provides up to four hours of power.

Man run over by own truck during road rage

My Way News - Man run over by own truck during road rage:

It happened Tuesday evening in Gainesville, Florida.

The Gainesville Sun reports 48-year-old Joseph Carl had allegedly been drinking and drove into a vehicle stopped at a red light. He got out of his truck without putting it in park and began banging on the window of a woman's car. When the frightened woman drove away, there was nothing holding his truck in place.

The truck rolled into Carl. A police report says he was taken to the hospital where he was treated for fractures in his hand and foot.

He's charged with DUI and DUI property damage.