This guy turned himself in after an fb post with a box of donuts

A man in Michigan turned himself in after his Facebook post got about 1000 likes.
Michael Martin Zaydel, 21, turned himself in to the Redford Township Police Department for several outstanding misdemeanor warrants late Monday, 10 days after making the social media pledge comwh included promises to clean up public school property and bring cops a dozen doughnuts.
“He walked in on his own, and not only did he bring the donuts [sic], he brought one bagel, reports the New York Post! This is what the fb post said.
We would again like to express our gratitude for the support of all who followed this, shared it, and left us positive feedback,” the department wrote on its Facebook page.

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Woman says she was told she commited a sin for posting a pic of A bottle of Extra Vergen Olive Oil

We all should really watch what we post. Some people think that posting a picture of a bottle of Extra Vergen Olive Oil is sinful because it has the word vergen on it and that can lead to the thoughts of some men.
The woman, whose Twitter profile features the flags of Jordan, Palestine and New Zealand , posted the picture on Snapchat and immediately received a reply from one of her followers.
She took a screen shot of the response and posted it to Twitter with the caption, ‘I sent a picture of extra virgin olive oil.. the akhis [brothers muslim word] really wildin’ out’. The man wasn’t done. The man, who was later identified by the woman, said: ‘You shouldn’t send pictures like that because it contains words like ‘virgin’ and that makes a man think of actions that you may have committed.
He later tried to backtrack, stating his message was only a ‘naseehah’, which is an Arabic word for advice.
“Dear sister. I was simply giving you sincere advice privately,” he wrote on Twitter. “There is no need to expose these things.”
Those who saw the post were shocked!

A man in switzerland had a Jack Daniel’s flag neighbor thaught it was a IS flag

A man in Switzerland received a note from his neighbor that was not so neighborly. The note assumed the werst in the man’s character without reading the object in question. The unidentified man flew a flag outside his house. His neighbor sent him a note that asked if he was a supporter of Isis. The man replied, he was not a supporter of the terror group, only a supporter of Jack Daniel’s the Whisky company. So why did he do this?
Per the UPI: The 29-year-old Zurich resident said he put the flag, which bears the white-on-black logo of the Tennessee whiskey maker, on a pole at his house along with a tri-color Italian flag because he found it amusing. The note said: Should we be afraid of you. Are you an IS-sympathizer?

this guy had a drunk woman try to nock nachos out of his hand

A guy in Houston was just minding his own business holding a beer and a box of nachos when a woman tried to have the nachos fall out of his hand.
“Surveillance footage shows a man carrying a beer and a styrofoam container of nachos in Bayou City Wings in Houston.

As he takes a sip of the beer a woman walks up to him and tries to knock the nachos out of his hand.

After she makes several attempts, he gets frustrated and throws the container in her face” (daily mail, 2017.)
The description continues: “The force of the cheesy chips appears to throw her backwards” “She tries to catch herself on a chair but instead falls on the ground.

The man steps over her and walks away with his beer, which he didn’t spill a drop of.

It is unclear who the people in the video are or why the altercation started” (daily mail, 2017.)

The internet calls him the beer ninja.
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What does the fox want? – a slice of pizza

A fox in Sweden hopped into an open car and stole a slice of pizza because he’s da boss! The owner of the car could do nothing as the fox stole a slice of pizza.
“I worked and then I saw that the fox was heading into my car so I started filming and then it jumped into the car and took my lunch, so I had to go hungry for the rest of the day,” the filmer wrote. I have several questions:
1. why did you leave your car door open?
2. Was the slice gluten free? Perhaps the fox had a gluten alergy.

People on twitter messed with the @FBIAlbuquerque account and it was awesome!

The idea was simple – send out a tweet that talked about a program about internship and ask people to reply with the questions they had.
Well, people replied with the questions they had – most were not about the internship.
Today is the day! Join us for our live chat to answer all your questions about the #FBI Honors Internship: 2-4pm EDT 11-1 PDT #FBIHonors pic.twitter.com/WBi9J3mZKR

– FBI Albuquerque (@FBIAlbuquerque) September 27, 2017
Check out a sampling of the wildest queries below:

Would you recommend that I settle in Albuquerque? Wanna set a shop for a blue product that I make. I am chemist teacher. Final cancer stage. Hows your relations with DEA over there ?

– Steven Jones (@jonesteven) September 27, 2017 Badger and Skinny Pete are still on the loose.

– Dan Zimmerman (@STL_t_rav) September 27, 2017 how much of Breaking Bad was real

– Caroline McCarthy (@caro) September 27, 2017 TELL US THE TRUTH BEHIND ROSWELL I KNOW WHAT YOU DID

– Atticus Goldfinch (@AtticusGF) September 27, 2017 Where can one obtain $9,980 in non-sequential twenties? Asking for a friend.

– Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) September 27, 2017 Where in the hell is D. B. Cooper???

– jimi (@cebumadman) September 27, 2017 aliens? Don’t fave this if they exist.

– Amna (@AGlasgowGirl) September 27, 2017 can you confirm that avril lavigne died in 2003 and was replaced with a lookalike

– [insert wave emoji] (@WilldeFries) September 27, 2017 Does Alexa report to the FBI?

– Lou Meigs (@loumeigs1) September 27, 2017 Which particular Communist organizations would be a problem for a recruit?

– Fred N. (@LesserFrederick) September 27, 2017 Are the rumors true that you guys know where Elvis is hiding?

– Charles Bukowski (@jdawson70) September 27, 2017 Who does number 2 work for

– Chris (@Cra8456) September 27, 2017 Why did you guys screw over the Baltimore PD at the end of Season 2 of The Wire?

– Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) September 27, 2017 Have you gotten to go to a crime scene yet and say “who’s in charge here? Not anymore, this is FBI jurisdiction now! to the local cops?

– JT (@ElPolloLoco60) September 27, 2017

what have we learned? be clear. teacher says bring a 3 by 5 card for class – this person did

This professor learned that clarity is important.
A student did follow the instructions it was 3 by 5 only feet rather than inches.


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