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May 22, 2019

Greetings fellow Bizarros:

As Seen TV BSSometimes people die for a reason; Maybe they are a soldier, or maybe they overdose on drugs. Some people just get sick and die for no reason at all.

Then there are the people who get run over while doing pushups, naked in the street. The unfortunate fitness enthusiast was 43-year-old James Earl Hunter of Oregon.

Portland Police were called to a report of a man running naked in traffic at 4 a.m. As officers responded, a second report came in that the naked man was doing push-ups in the street. Then, a third report that he'd been struck by a vehicle.

Officers and emergency medical workers found the man, deceased, according to the Portland Police Bureau. The driver of the vehicle that struck the man remained at the scene and was cooperative. The driver was not impaired by alcohol or drugs, according to police.

Bizarrely,
Lewis

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READER COMMENTS

So, the farmer got his right leg stuck stuck in an auger a few years ago, and now he got his left one chewed off by stepping into an auger? Something tells me this guy isn't the sharpest bulb in the drawer.


That facial recognition stuff is scary. And now they're ticketing people in Britain for not exposing their faces? How long before that shit makes it over here? I think we're heading down a dark road and it looks like it's a dead end.
[That's cheery. Thanks for contributing.]

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