Ponies Make A Break For It During Winter Storm
A pair of ponies on Staten Island wanted to enjoy their snow day, too. After winds blew their stable door open, Blondie and Jewels made a break for it. The two animals ended up less than a mile away from home when they were spotted.
The animals were brought back to their owner, Julius Nasso. “Thank god they’re back,” he says. “The police were nice, they understood. You can’t blame mother nature.”
Woman Wrongly Evicted, Gets Her Stuff Thrown In The Trash
Details are important, folks. Just ask Brianna Davis, who got a call from her sister that sent her into a panic last Wednesday: “Hurry up and get here. The maintenance cleaned out our apartment they trashed everything.” When she got back to her Jacksonville, Florida flat, she found her home empty, aside from her bed frame.
It turns out the maintenance staff went into Davis’ apartment – 223 – instead of the apartment they were supposed to, 213.
Davis still hasn’t gotten her stuff back, or any money to cover her loses, but it turns out the person who gave approval for people to go into her apartment could face possible burglary and theft charges.
Airline Giving Free Upgrades To Nice People
Monarch Airlines wants to reward you for being nice. The British company is now giving bonuses to polite customers, including free upgrades and priority check-in.
Customer service staff for the airlines are allowed to give a certain amount of free perks for week as part of a campaign to promote “traditional values of chivalry, courtesy and respect.”
“Our customer services staff are already nice – now they can reward those who are positively nice to them too,” Monarch bigwig Nils Christy explains. “Everyone benefits from niceness. Planes depart more punctually, staff and customers are happier and it improves the traveling experience for everyone.”
Naked man gets stuck in sandwich shop air shaft:
An employee at Napa, California’s Togo’s Sandwiches heard something strange coming from a shaft inside the shop. It turns out it was a man calling for help who police discovered upon being rescued, was naked. It’s unclear how the unidentified man got into shaft, but he allegedly said he was “looking for a wishing well.” He was rescued and taken to a local hospital to be evaluated. No word yet on whether he’ll be facing any charges.
Substitute teacher shows up to work drunk on box wine:
Judith Richards-Gartee must of really dislike her job. The 52-year-old is now facing a disorderly conduct charge after she reportedly showed up to South Carolina’s Brookland-Cayce High School drunk. In fact, the substitute teacher had so much to drink she was “throwing up and could not stand up.” When they looked in Richards-Gartee’s bag, they found an open box of wine. What’s more, students in the class at the time say she was drinking on the job.
ICYMI: Man robs the same store three times:
Idris Allen is a creature of habit and has a sweet tooth. In case you missed it, the Newark, New Jersey man is accused of robbing the same 7-Eleven three times, grabbing candy from the store and brandishing a knife each time. Eventually, the shift manager followed him outside and pointed him out to the police. Oh, and Allen decided to steal from a store across the street from a police precinct building.