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Here are today's Redneck Headlines:
#1 - The Wrong Kind of Pole Dance
#2 - Fur Real?
#3 - Giant Goldfish Invade Lake Tahoe

The Wrong Kind of Pole Dance

A drunken Kentucky man who occasionally works as a porn actor was arrested after breaking into a local firehouse in order to play with his own hose.

Nicholas Gonzales broke through a window in order to gain entry to the station, then took off running to the back of the building when one of the firefighters came down and caught him "in the middle of a lewd act." The fireman got to Gonzales before things got too hot, and escorted him out of the building while one of his colleagues called cops.

When asked why he broke in, Gonzales, who has starred in such flicks as TSA Stripdown, reportedly replied, "Because I wanted to." (Huffington Post)


Fur Real?

The fur really flew when a Pennsylvania couple got into a domestic squabble, and the woman ended up charged with assault after hitting her boyfriend with a Furby!

Ashley Trimmer was busted after she and beau William Ley began tussling, and she decided to stop toying with him and smacked him on the side of the head with the stuffed critter, opening a small cut. She followed that up by smacking Ley a second time, using a Playstation controller to stun him, prompting him to call cops.

Trimmer has been charged with assault, and was released after posting $2,000 bond. (KDKA)


Giant Goldfish Invade Lake Tahoe

Goldfish the size of canned hams are turning up in Lake Tahoe on the California-Nevada border.

Researchers from the University of Nevada at Reno discovered the giant fish, including one that's 18 inches long.

Experts believe the problem comes from people dumping their aquariums into the lake. Once those cute little goldfish get into the giant lake, they grow and grow – which can lead to trouble as these monsters could create a food shortage for the trout, which are supposed to be in the lake. (Yahoo News)