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From the Horrible Bosses file.. 35% say..they were ask to clean the toilet... 55% say that they were sent home for being late..  5percent..say that they were called out because of their____________ ANSWER: BAD BREATH!!

 


AND NOW... WHACKY BUT TRUE NEWS...WEEKDAY MORNING'S AT 6.20a!!

4-YEAR-OLD LEAVES HOME IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT IN SEARCH OF A SLUSHIE: A 4-year-old girl in Pennsylvania left her house and boarded a bus a 3:00AM because she wanted a slushie.  A man flagged down a bus and told the driver he found the girl wondering around on her own.  She was returned to her parents and promised not to leave the house on her own again. (UPI)

Police in South Korea say a man who was jailed for theft had plastic surgery to obscure his identity and embark on a nine-month robbery spree beginning last April that netted cash and goods worth more than $479,000. The 35-year-old-man was finally arrested and charges with 87 cases of robbery across the country. The suspect, who had been jailed for robbery in 2005, underwent surgery to alter the structure of his jaw and also procedures to stretch his limbs to gain height. The suspect confessed to the robberies but said he only had the surgery because he did not like his appearance rather than to help him get away with crime. Incidentally, South Korea is home to more than 4,000 plastic surgery clinics and has the world's highest rate of cosmetic procedures.

Your GPS might be great, but it still requires a little common sense. In East Chicago, Indiana, 64-year-old Iftikhar Hussain followed his GPS driving instructions to the letter, which meant he drove off a ramp to a bridge that no longer exists, injuring himself and killing his wife!  Police believe he skirted numerous barricades and warnings as he listened too closely to the guidance of his GPS. The car fell almost 38 feet. Hussain apparently escaped the car before it burst into flames; he was hospitalized and reported in stable condition.  "The Cline Avenue bridge is marked with numerous barricades including orange barrels and cones, large wood signs stating 'Road Closed' with orange striped markings. There are concrete barricades across the road to further indicate the road is closed."


 


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