Andrew J. Hewett

Saturday, October 17, 2015

WEIRD, BIZARRE and UNUSUAL (.1355)



SHE ‘HIT’ HIM WITH HOOTERS
Hundreds of male and female protesters recently marched in Hong Kong wearing bras, after Ng Lai-ying, a 30-year-old clerk, was sentenced to three and half months in prison for "assaulting" chief inspector Chan Ka-po. She’d using her chest to deliberately bump his arm. Wearing these bras, demonstrators of both genders carried placards and chanting “breasts are not weapons.” (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/hongkong/11780455/Hong-Kong-holds-bra-protest-after-woman-jailed-for-breast-assault.html)
FOUL MOUTH FOWL LOSES HOME
Chandrapu, India - The owner of ‘Hariyal’, a parrot, was told to bring his bird to a police station, after it was accused of cursing out 85-year-old Janabai Sakharkar. She claimed her neighbor, who was also her stepson, trained the bird to insult her over a property dispute, and, though police had no ‘evidence,’ his pet was taken away. (http://www.ndtv.com/offbeat/parrot-summoned-to-police-station-for-hurling-obscenities-at-old-woman-1208505)
MISC. NEWSPAPER MIS-WORDINGS
(A) “The sermon at the Presbyterian Church this coming Sunday will be "There Are No Sects in Heaven." The subject was incorrectly printed in yesterday's edition as "’There Is No Sex in Heaven.’" (B) “The main jail, near West Palm Beach, houses juveniles charged as adults and women.” (C) “Police Officer Avery Williamson relied on intuitive judgment when he exposed himself to an armed suspect who had abducted two children. The gamble paid off when the man surrendered.”

No comments: