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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

A drunk driver pulled down her shirt and exposed her breasts to police officers who questioned her about erratic behavior, according to police in Florida.

The Martin County Sheriff's Office said that they have arrested 40-year-old Clairet Birdsall-Lopez, after being accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. Birdsall-Lopez has been charged with one count of driving under the influence.

According to the police investigation, the incident unfolded on Saturday, at around 2:00 a.m. Police noticed that Birdsall-Lopez did not stop her car at a stop sign and drove off the road.

Police pulled her over and began to question her.

At first, Birdsall-Lopez spoke in English, but then she told police that she only understands Spanish.

Birdsall-Lopez admitted to having a beer at a bar.

She then told officers that she had liposuction and cosmetic surgery on her breasts.

She pulled down her shirt and exposed her breasts to the officers.

Birdsall-Lopez was arrested after refusing to complete a field sobriety test.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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*-------------- Flight 666 to HEL --------------*

A Finnair flight that took off Friday morning might give pause to the superstitious: Flight 666 to "HEL" on Friday the 13th. The flight departed at 1:18 p.m. local time from Copenhagen, Denmark, and landed at 3:53 at Finland's Helsinki-Vantaa airport -- which has a three-letter airport code of "HEL." An airline spokesman said Flight 666 has been making the flights to Helsinki for 11 years, and 21 of the trips took place on various Fridays the 13th. The airline said the perceived unluckiness of the date, combined with the number 666 and the "HEL" destination, has not appeared to have any affect on passenger numbers for flights. Finnair said the flight marked the final time Flight 666 will make the trip on a Friday the 13th, as a reordering of flight data is causing the flight to be renumbered to 954.

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*------ Never Bring a Gun To a Gun Fight? ------*

Police in Detroit released surveillance video, which showed 29-year-old Sanchez Quinn trying to rob two men, who are cousins, at gunpoint outside the Super X Market. The suspect was seen pulling a gun and pointing it at the two victims. One victim was able to push the gun away and the two victims tried to escape. At that point, Sanchez fired some shots in their direction, hitting one man. The second victim, who was a Concealed Pistol License holder and was armed, pulled his own gun and shot Sanchez. Police said that the video evidence showed that this was a case of self-defense. Sanchez will be charged after he is released from the hospital. The victim who was shot is also recovering at a hospital.




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Lewis, My misreads are at it again...from today's issue of Bizarre News, I read 'jump a canal with his car' as 'jump a canal with his EAR. -Lily
[Hon, this is called dyslexia. You can learn to overcome it with training and practice.]


lewis well i guess that is true then there was movie called eating raoul with paul bartel and mary worvenouv as his wife, they killed people with a frying pan. unbelivable but true. this was a good movie too.
[The movie was unbelievable but true? You know, this is called dementia. You can overcome it with medication and therapy.]


Lewis, I think the strangest thing about that canal jumping story is that he tried to do it in a Toyota. I think he greatly overestimated what those cars are capable of doing. -Chris
[But I like the fact that he got out of the car to eyeball the distance first. Smart.]


Lewis, how many readers got the Dukes of Hazzard reference in the last issue?
[Counting you? One.]

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