Probably bad News

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Via: ABC11
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From ABC11:

The North Carolina Highway Patrol says a tractor-trailer driver hauling a load of Ramen noodles nodded off at the wheel and crashed, causing a mess along southbound I-95 near Rocky Mount Wednesday morning.

"I thought I could make it down to the truck stops in Kenly, and I didn't quite make it. I kind of drowsed off, and next thing I knew I had taken out the guard rail," driver Larry Scholting told ABC11.
Via: KRTV
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Someone managed to hijack this Montana TV station's airwaves, delivering a bogus report about a zombie outbreak to thousands. Would you have fallen for it?

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Via: Uproxx
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From the Queensland Times:

It will be alleged the man – who was wearing a flower pot over his head in an attempt to conceal his identity – entered the store about 4.30am on Monday, while two staff members were cleaning a coffee machine.

Wielding a chainsaw which was running at the time, the man lunged at the store attendants, who retreated into a back room.

Police allege the man then used the chainsaw to damage a window and several display racks in the shop, before exposing his buttocks to the store attendants. He is accused of damaging a parked vehicle upon fleeing the scene.

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Via: AOL Autos
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Via AOL Autos:

Police in Shenzhen, China are hoping thoughtless drivers who blind others with their high-beams will see the light after being forced to stare at police headlamps as punishment. On their official social media account, police posted an image of a young man staring into the glare of a police cruiser's headlights. The police call it an appropriate experience for those who are blinding oncoming traffic.
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