AND THE WINNER IS……Tornader dude!!

A Pennsylvania man has a simple explanation for ‘tornaders.’ The man recently called the ABC station in Moosic, PA and blamed roundabouts for causing tornados. “We didn’t have ‘tornaders’ here until we started putting in the traffic circles. Cause, on account of, you know why? When people go round and round in circles, it caused disturbance in the atmosphere, and causes tornadoes,” he said. stated. Click here to see his explanation.




“That’s not my cocaine officer.”
Police in Florida recently stopped a man at a traffic stop — and the man had cocaine on his nose.
20-year-old Fabricio Jimenez had a white powdery substance on his nose so police had the substance tested and the test came back positive for cocaine. Jimenez had a simple explanation — telling deputies the cocaine on his nose was not his — even though he had a small baggie of the stuff on him. Police also found a backpack containing marijuana and Xanax pills. Jimenez was arrested.


A fake license plate in California caught the attention of a police officer this week, and ultimately led to a man’s arrest of a driver. The counterfeit plate said “Califas” instead of California — a slang term for California. The officer pulled the man over and unfortunately for the man, he was drunk and high on meth at the time. He was arrested for DUI, meth possession, being an unlicensed driver, and having an active warrant for his arrest.