Strange Assault Weapons

Folks we live in a world that is filled with strange people. Here are two stories that illustrate that.

'ST. PETERS, Missouri (AP) -- A woman angry that her new puppy had died pushed her way into a dog breeder's home and repeatedly hit her on the head with the dead Chihuahua, authorities said.

The 33-year-old woman told police she had taken the puppy to a veterinarian, who said it was only 4 weeks old and needed to be returned to its mother. But before she could return the puppy, it died.

Early Wednesday, the woman went to the breeder's home, pushed her way inside and began fighting with the breeder as she tried to make her way to the basement to get another puppy, police said.

The breeder wrestled the woman out of her house to the front porch, where the woman then hit the breeder over the head numerous times with the dead puppy, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported, citing police."

There are far too many cracks that could be made about this one. I'll settle for suggesting that the way to get better customer service is not to beat someone over the head with a dead dog.

German suspected of murdering woman with sausage

'FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German police have arrested a man on suspicion of murdering a woman with a Bockwurst sausage.

Prosecutors and police said the 50-year-old was arrested after the discovery of a woman's body in an apartment in Zwickau, eastern Germany. They said she had choked on a Bockwurst, which is a popular large German sausage.

The prosecutors said the man had given a patchy account of events, acknowledging that he may have "administered" a Bockwurst to the woman. They are now working to establish exactly what happened in the run up to her death.'
This one throws me a little. I suppose it is because I am trying to visualize how this happened.

2 comments:

SnoopyTheGoon said...

This is what happens to people who eat non-kosher sausages.

Oh, my bad...

Jack Steiner said...

Snoopy,

You are a bad man. ;)

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