A priest has reportedly received text messages from a demon after exorcizing it from a young girl. Father Marian Rajchel of Jaroslaw, Poland believes an evil spirit has started harassing him by phone. The messages told the priest to “Shut Up” and to stop exorcizing a demon because “Anyone who prays for her will die.” Rajchel told local media demons were comfortable with “modern technology” but also admitted the messages were probably sent through a human host.
A drunken Ryanair passenger nearly opened an airplane door while reaching for the bathroom. 26-year-old Tomasz Mucha was able to lift the emergency hand up, but failed to open the door because the pressure in the plane was too strong. Staff members quickly descended on Mucha and returned him to his seat. He was arrested when the plane finally landed at Dublin Airport. Mucha became intoxicated while drinking vodka and beer to calm his nerves before and during the flight.
A Connecticut doughnut shop has banned a 4-year-old boy after he asked a customer if she was pregnant. Rebecca Denham was with her son Justin at the Doughnut Inn when he asked if a woman had a “baby in her belly”. She didn’t… Denham apologized to the woman, who didn’t think it was a big deal. The next time Denham and Justin went to the shop, they were asked to leave because the boy was “rude.”
A Nebraska couple got married in the largest cemetery in Omaha surrounded by nearly 100,000 graves. Janyl Jumadinova and Oliver Bonham-Carter exchanged vows Saturday (July 19th) at the 349-acre Forest Lawn Cemetery because the bride’s culture has a firm belief in spirits. The couple, who married held a small ceremony earlier this year, did not believe the event was creepy at all.
A woman was arrested after she posted a selfie of herself in a stolen dress. Mortie’s Boutique in West Frankfort, Illinois was robbed of several items including a distinctive leopard-print dress on July 11. The store’ co-owner posted about the stolen pieces on Facebook, which led to the arrest of 27-year-old Danielle Saxton.
A Seattle couple returned to their condo to discover their home was completely trashed. The “poltergeist” smeared lotion on door handles, removed soles from all of their shoes, and placed an upside-down can of paint on their toilet. A purse with a 27-year-old’s ID was found at the scene, but the woman was nowhere to be found. Police returned shortly after when the woman was discovered underneath the couple’s bed having a “panic attack”. The woman informed police that she was on a “Meth rampage” and was arrested for investigation of burglary.
A Tennessee woman found a drunken teenager in her closet. It’s unclear how 18-year-old Andrew Davison managed to find his way inside Tonya Palmer’s closet. Palmer found the teen while picking up clothing near her closet because the clothes felt warm. She woke her husband after she heard breathing. Davison has been charged with aggravated criminal trespass and underage consumption.
A British chef quit his job at a pub due to an uncontrollable fear of beans. 31-year-old Rob Griffiths left his job because he felt faint every time he saw the food. He believes his leguminophobia was a result of his brothers throwing beans at him as a child. Griffiths, who now works as a window cleaner, won’t even go near beans even when the so called “orange devils” are in tins.
A Georgia man told police that his dog drove him to a store to buy corn. 60-year-old Wesley Mark Terrell was arrested after witnesses called police to report a dog trapped inside a hot car. The police eventually found Terrell, who was allegedly intoxicated at the time of the arrest. He told the police the dog had driven him to the supermarket so he could buy some corn.
Two British women dumped their cheating ex-boyfriend by placing a banner over a busy highway. The two women believed to be Nicola Morland and Angela Illingworth decided to create the banner after finding out about one another. The banner, which read “Steve Frazer, You’re Dumped by both of your girlfriends”, has since been taken down, but hasn’t stopped pictures from surfacing on twitter.