A Woman Dumped Her Boyfriend on Valentine's Day, Using an Ad at the Deli Where He Eats Lunch:
Yesterday, in Manchester, England, a woman named Laura bought some ad space on a small billboard at the deli where her boyfriend Dan buys his lunch.
And the ad says, quote, "Dan, I'm leaving you for Gary. Your clothes are at your mom's and I've changed the locks. Sorry to do this on Valentine's Day. Laura."
We don't really have any more info about Laura, Dan, or Gary the homewrecker . . . all we know is a BUNCH of people spotted the ad, and took photos of it. But I think we can assume Dan is NOT happy about it.
A Man Admits He Has "a Problem With Sex Toys" After He's Busted Having His Way With One in Public:
On Monday morning, police in Trenton, Michigan got a 911 call about a man, sitting in his car at a park, performing a sex act on a flesh-colored phallic adult toy. You heard that right. He was providing pleasure to an inanimate object.
When the cops got there, they found the 67-year-old man in his Ford Fusion.
They asked him what he was doing. He said he was sucking on the toy. And then, apparently he recognized this was rock bottom, because, quote, "he admitted to having a problem with sex toys."
He was arrested for disorderly conduct in a public park. His toy was confiscated as evidence.
A Giant Meteor Landed in Russia . . . and the Videos Are Awesome:
A huge meteor landed in Russia earlier this morning . . . and you have to check out the videos online.
It happened in the Ural Mountains region of Western Russia, and the videos show giant trails of smoke, and a huge fireball streaking down through the sky. Then you hear a massive boom when it lands.
The shockwaves of the impact blew out windows and damaged buildings, and early reports said somewhere between 100 and 400 people were injured, from broken glass and concussions. Witnesses said it felt like an earthquake.
Supposedly about twenty thousand rescue workers have been sent to deal with the structural damage.
Some unconfirmed reports say the meteorite was blown apart by a missile defense system before landing . . . and of course the internet is already stirring up rumors about a UFO. But in the videos, the drivers don't seem all that affected by what they see.