Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
Finding out that your beloved spouse has been cheating on you is bad enough. To actually find her with her lover is worse. But to find them both together dead? That's got to be tough. Unfortunately, that is exactly how this New Jersey man discovered his wife's infidelity.
Kahali Johnson from Newark said that he came home at 8:45 p.m. to find the home smelling from gas. He went to investigate the smell and he checked several places until he reached the garage. There he found the that it smelled like the fumes from an automobile exhaust.
Soon, he found his 39-year-old wife and her lover, a 56-year-old mechanic, lying on the floor next to her running vehicle inside the closed garage.
You'd think a mechanic would know better.
Johnson called police and emergency workers. Both his wife and her mechanic were pronounced dead at the scene. They died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
According to some reports, the wife agreed to have sex with her mechanic as payment for his work. Police said that the incident appears to be accidental.
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Two men became terrified when a train they were holding onto began speeding and left their town. One of the two men from Ohio made a bizarre phone call to 911 after realizing that the train was leaving Huron County but they had no idea that it was heading to Wayne County. 20-year-old Christian Hale told police that he and Kevin Slone, 24, jumped onto the moving train at around 4:00 a.m. on Tuesday. They thought the train was going locally and would take them to their destination without walking. The men hung on but were shocked to see the train going to another location. After about 1 hour on their wild ride, Hale finally called for help. However, the dispatcher had a hard time comprehending what he was saying. Police released the recording of the phone call during which Hale said: "I'm on a train!" The dispatcher asked Hale why they were on a train, to which Hale responded: "It's better than walking, it's scaring the s**t out of us." The train was stopped and the two men hopped off. Police found them a mile away and they were arrested for trespassing.
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A Virginia man on Saturday totaled a $300,000 car one day after he bought it, police said. The Fairfax County Police Department said a man driving a McLaren 720S and crashed into a tree because he was speeding. The driver, who was not named by police, suffered only non-life threatening injuries. "Purchased Friday. Totaled Saturday. This McLaren 720S, costing around $300,000, was destroyed today in Great Falls because of speed," police said. "The driver was taken to the hospital with thankfully only non-life threatening injuries. A reminder to slow down, or it could cost you."
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Knock knock... Who's there? It's not the armless guy with scissors.
Concerning that armless guy who stabbed someone with scissors; the media and the police were surely faced with a dilemma. Do they, or do they not describe him as 'armed' and dangerous?
I agree about that poor baby growing up to have fetishes. And the best part of it is she can blame it all on her Dad. ?? (I can imagine at least two ways the conversation would probably go if either or both of her parents told her about it after she grew up).
The most frightening thing I ever heard was during a Civil War Reenactment. As I walked through the Confederate camp, I heard "Hey y'all, hold my beer and watch this!" I dived behind a tree immediately and saved my hide from second degree burns. If you ever hear anyone say that, or anything like it, anywhere, make sure you do the same.
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