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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

Lee County, Florida Sheriff Deputies say a man attempted to jump a canal with his car in a Lehigh Acres neighborhood.

Witnesses say they saw a man in a blue Toyota Corolla drive to the edge of the canal and stop. Then, he got out of the car to observe the distance, got back into the vehicle and tried to make the jump of about 20 feet.

His vehicle had to be towed out of the canal.

Neighbors believe the driver was "misbehaving, or under the influence of alcohol or drug-related."

Deputies say the man was not injured, but the car was totaled. The Lee County Sheriff's Office is still investigating.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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*---- Woman Charged With Frying Pan Murder ----*

In what might be the most cliched murder in recent history, a woman is facing charges for beating of her boyfriend to death with a frying pan. It was Labor Day weekend when police were called to a convenience market. Jason Lewis, 35, was conscious, but bleeding from the head after he said he had been beaten by his girlfriend with a pair of frying pans, according to the Camden County Prosecutor. The woman, 31-year-old Maleia Cole, fled to her home about a block away. Lewis later underwent emergency surgery but later succumbed to his injuries. Cole was apprehended without incident after being charged with murder, and awaits a pre-trial detention hearing.




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I guess now that she's been arrested, that woman in Stuart, FL doesn't have to worry about paying for her meals now. -WV Dave


lewis i wonder if that lady put glass in her meal ever saw that movie victor victoria with julie andrews, julie andrews put her a cockroach in her meal. a classic movie. -richard


It's amazing what the human body can take. I'd think for sure if a guy ate 100 pieces of scrap metal he'd end up with a perforated bowel or something more serious than an upset tummy. Incredible.

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