A Meow-Seum Piece! – Redneck Headlines
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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - Small Unmarked Brain
#2 - Arm Robbery
#3 - A Meow-Seum Piece!
A South Carolina woman attempted to negotiate with cops at the site of a crime scene, but failed miserably, when they refused to give her $300,000 to pull over her speeding car.
Jennifer Herring was moving at a high rate of speed near Myrtle Beach when cops tried to get her attention, to no avail. She ended up engaging in several calls to 911 dispatchers during the course of her run, and informed them that there was no emergency, but she would be willing to pull over if handed a big sack of bills.
Herring was hooked after she pulled into a driveway, where she was charged with DUI, felony evasion and a number of other counts. (UPI)
A Baltimore-area family nearly had to take arms up against a vandal so intent on damaging the Christmas display in their yard that he sneaked in and stole the arms off their snowman – leaving the rest of Frosty completely intact.
The Grinch in question was captured on surveillance video, which is even better than eyewitness testimony from Cyndi Lou Who – so he apparently decided to temper his naughty with some nice, and returned the appendages the next day, bagged up and ready to reattach. (NBC Washington)
Every "litter" bit helps in the craft of a Big Apple-based artist who uses an all-natural and mostly-gross medium to ensure that they're purr-fect: She packs her paintings with cat poop!
The avant-garde artist, who goes by the name of Siobhan Meow, shares a small apartment with 20 furry friends who are always pitching in on her paintings, which sell for upwards of $1500 a pop.
She recalls the first cat poop painting, saying, "I put a canvas down where [one of my cats] was going outside of the litter box, and he took to it, and started pooping and peeing on different parts of it. I threw some cat hair that I had swept up off the floor on it, and he pushed that around into different patterns." (Huffington Post)