Weird News

Florida woman arrested for letting 12-year-old girl drive car involved in crash

A Florida woman has been arrested after police said she let a 12-year-old girl drive her car, causing a crash.

Brittney Powell, 20, of Port St. Lucie, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of allowing an unlicensed person to drive a car.

Port St. Lucie police Sgt. Frank Sabol said officers were called to a crash shortly after 6:30 p.m. at Northeast Airoso Boulevard and Southeast St. James Drive.

When officers arrived, they discovered that a 12-year-old girl was behind the wheel of a car that struck an SUV at the intersection.

Gator Squad called to home for lizard

The Gator Squad has conducted dozens of heroic gator removals from neighborhoods, yards and front porches in Houston and the suburbs over the years.

A recent call to a local home was one the squad would probably like to forget.

When the gator experts arrived at the home, they saw the focus of the family's scare was not a gator at all. It was a lizard - a very small lizard.

Pizza ice cream is a real thing, just in time for summer

Move over, Edison.

Take a hike, Mr. Bell.

Sit down, Wright brothers.

There's a group of new inventors in town, and they've created something that the world really needs.

Pizza ice cream!

The folks at Little Baby's Ice Cream in Philadelphia have found a way to mix two of America's favorite treats into one spectacular concoction.

The pizza ice cream is made with tomato, oregano, salt, basic and garlic.

'I can't do it,' Florida woman tells couple after trying to give son away

A Florida woman is accused of abandoning her 2-year-old son in a restaurant parking lot after she unsuccessfully tried to give him to strangers, police said.

Amber Warner, 31, approached a couple as they were leaving the Kountry Kitchen in Vero Beach and tried to get them to take her son, who she was carrying, Vero Beach police said.

Warner told the couple, "I can't do it," and then put the boy on the ground before driving away in a black truck, police said.

Officers later found Warner at her home, where she was arrested.

Nanny needed for haunted house, job pays $64,000

A live-in nanny position currently available offers good pay, a nice room and, oh, ghostly spirits that may scare the wits out of you.

The job currently posted on a UK child care site details a family of four looking for a live-in nanny who would earn $64,000 a year to look after a couple's two children.

As added incentive, four weeks of vacation are also included with the job.

There is one little hitch in the description, however.