WTF: Man asks city to ban farts

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An Oregon resident wrote a letter requesting that the Pendleton city council ban the smell of farts in the community. The City of Pendleton recently updated its nuisance ordinances to cover the smell of marijuana even though Marijuana will be legal in Oregon starting July 2015. In the letter, “Peter Walters” asks the city council to take the next logical step in regulating foul smells. (Huffington Post)


WTF: Drive Thru accepts weed

A video has been uploaded to showing a man paying for his meal in the drive thru with weed. He offers the employees a few hits as payment. A few employees are shown participating. (Metro)


WTF: Man with blocked nose sneezes it out

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A man had a blocked nose for 44 years. He was finally able to unblock his nose with a sneeze. He discovered that the blockage was caused by the suction-cup tip of a toy dart being lodged in his nostril since he was 7 years old. (Mirror)


WTF: Window washer sued for surviving fall

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A window-washer in San Francisco survived a fall of over 100 feet onto the roof of a moving vehicle and is now being sued by the driver. The driver claims that he was also injured and had to miss work. He claims that the washer and the window -washing company were “negligent in the operation of the window washing equipment, which caused defendant Perez to fall”. (Courthouse News)


WTF: Man his armadillo & mother-in-law with same bullet, South Georgia News, Weather, Sports

Mother’s Day is bound to be awkward for a Georgia man who accidentally shot his mother-in-law while attempting to kill an armadillo. Larry McElroy shot the armadillo with his 9mm pistol but the bullet ricocheted off the animal, hit a fence, went through the back door of his mother-in-law’s mobile home, through her recliner, and into the 74-year-old woman’s back. She was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to recover. The armadillo, however, died from the shot. (Huffington Post)


WTF: Runner gloats and loses race

A University of Oregon runner celebrated his victory a few steps too soon on Saturday (April 11). Tanguy Pepiot thought the race was pretty much over during the steeplechase at The Pepsi Team Invitational and began encouraging the crowd to cheer louder. As he was waving to the crowd, University of Washington runner Meron Simon took advantage of his distracted competitor and sprinted past him to win the race. (UPI)