By Aldon Stiles |Staff Writer|
Internet cafe runaway (Nov. 22)
A Chinese woman, who has been missing for 10 years and was presumed dead, was found living in different Internet cafes close to her family’s home, according to South China Morning Post.
The young woman ran away from home at 14 and started to live off of handouts and playing computer games until she was discovered.
Post puts drunk in prison (Nov. 22)
A New Jersey woman was arrested for allegedly mocking police on social media after calling in a fake police report.
Hayley Oates, 25, allegedly dialed 9-1-1 to distract police from her location so she could avoid a DUI. Shortly after, Oates posted: “lmao.. 2 mins later the cop peals out..silly piggies tricks r for u,” according to NJ.com.
100 year movie releasing in 2115 (Nov. 21)
Filmmaker Roger Rodriguez’s latest project titled “100 Years” was filmed in secret and won’t be released until 2115.
Ludovic du Plessis, global executive director of Louis XIII, the luxury liquor for which “100 Years” is a cross promotion for, said in his statement, “Louis XIII is a true testament to the mastery of time and we sought to create a proactive piece of art that explores the dynamic relationship of the past, present and future,”according to movieweb.com.
No jail for the NFL (Nov. 23)
The NFL will break their longest arrest free streak in over 11 years if any player are not arrested on or before Nov. 27.
On average, a player in the NFL gets arrested every seven days, according to NFLArrest.com.
No luck with beer truck (Nov. 23)
A man from Columbus, Ga. allegedly stole a beer truck then was run over by it while trying to evade arrest.
Gregory Miller, 56, was run over by truck when he attempted to escape on foot. He was taken to a hospital for a possible leg fracture and arrested on two charges.
Murder solved with spelling (Nov. 23)
A British woman who attempted to murder her husband with antifreeze was caught and arrested when police discovered a spelling error in the letter she forged in his name.
The letter contained the word “dignity” spelled “dignerty,” according to the New York Post. When police asked her to spell “dignity,” she made the same mistake.