Ah, the world of the weird and wonderful – a place where the unexpected is always around the corner. From a Border Force officer arrested for being an illegal immigrant to a Texas inmate claiming that a Jeff Ross Comedy Central special led to his death row sentence, the stories featured in this list are true, bizarre and sometimes downright hilarious.
It’s easy to get lost in the mundane, but this list is a reminder that the extraordinary can be found in the most unexpected places – sometimes, in a much more literal sense than anyone could ever expect. Whether it’s a flock of migrating ducks mistaken for an oil slick, or a man in Britain calling the emergency services over a noisy refrigerator, these stories will make you laugh, or at least give you pause.
So, without further ado, let us dive into the list of the strange and the wonderful. Enjoy!
The Taliban are concerned about Andrew Tate’s wellbeing.
A small business owner is complaining about noise from a railway line he didn’t expect to be running late at night.
A man on a road trip in Thailand accidentally drove off without his wife after she stopped for a toilet break.
The uprising is beginning.
On Christmas, a Boston family found that the Microsoft tablet they had bought was replaced with roofing shingles.
Over the Christmas holiday, a man broke into a NY high school and spent two days there.
A bad joke?
Two Georgia inmates were exonerated thanks to evidence uncovered by podcasters.
In Leicestershire, a man phoned emergency services over a loud refrigerator.
South Dakota’s governor received a flamethrower as a Christmas present.
In Michigan, a large oil slick turned out to be thousands of migrating ducks.In Michigan, a large oil slick turned out to be thousands of migrating ducks.
Bill Cosby has announced plans for a 2023 world tour.
A Border Force officer in the UK was arrested on an extremely ironic charge.
Shooters, owned by Rep. Lauren Boebert, served items like the M16 burrito and is now being replaced by a Mexican restaurant.
Videos of drug gangs giving people presents prompted a formal request from President López Obrador.