In this video, a pint-sized baseball fan misses a foul ball at a game last week between the Yankees and the Rangers and sobs hysterically for failing to snag the prize. Even worse, two adult fans next to him proudly display the ball while the youngster bawls his eyes out. Far be it from us to use a word like heartless, but, dang, that’s pretty cold.
In the town of Brush in northeastern Colorado, a cow made quite a stir by escaping her pen and walking half a mile to a local McDonald’s. We doubt she was there for the burgers. Maybe she just wanted a milkshake?
The Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas claimed another victim when a woman collapsed while eating a double bypass burger on Saturday night. In February, a man suffered a heart attack at the same location while attempting to consume a 6,000 calorie triple bypass burger. Seeing a pattern here?
On Thursday, Jiroemon Kimura of Japan, the world’s oldest living man and the third oldest man in recorded history, celebrated his 115th birthday. Happy birthday, Jiroemon! (It’s anybody’s guess how they fit that many candles on a cake.)
Thanks to Facebook, dumb criminals now have a new way to botch their wrongdoings. Take this 20-year-old man, for example, who was arrested after posting a Facebook photo of himself stealing gas from a cop car. Duh.
We’ve pulled off some impressive examples of multitasking ourselves. (You should see us type and eat at the same time.) But this dad, who catches a foul ball during a game between the Giants and the Pirates while simultaneously holding his daughter, puts us to shame. Oh, and did we mention that he catches the ball one-handed? He must be some sort of super dad!
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