It was Rocio Palacios who first noticed the woman who appeared to need help on the street last fall.
It was 8 a.m. when she and her husband, Erasmo, dropped their six-year-old daughter off at school and had picked up their 22-year-old daughter to go out for breakfast, when they saw the woman waving her arms at 53rd and Kedzie in Chicago last November.
A Croatian motorcyclest's penis was zapped by lightning as he stopped beside the road to take a leak.
Ante Djindjic, 29, from Zagreb, Croatia, said: "I don't remember what happened. One minute I was taking a leak, and the next thing I knew I was in hospital. Doctors said the lightning went through my body and because I was wearing rubber boots it earthed itself through my penis."
Djindjic, who suffered light burns to his chest and arms, added: "Thankfully, the doctors said that there would be no lasting effects, and my penis will function normally eventually."
The driver of a 2002 Suzuki motorcycle who led police on a high-speed chase through two Georgia Counties September 5 was, according to cops, on his way to get his motorcycle license.
Justin Patterson, 22, of Calhoun, Georgia, was clocked at speeds of up to 154 miles per hour in Floyd County and more than 130 miles per hour in Chattooga County, Georgia State Patrol Trooper Joseph Hobbs said.
“There were no warrants out, no alcohol involved,” Hobbs explained. “He said he was 10 minutes late for an appointment here, at the post, to get his Class M license.”
Canadian immigration officers are plowing through naked pictures of hundreds of exotic dancers in an attempt to keep impostors out of Canada. Non-Canadian strippers planning to dance in clubs north of the border must now provide photos of themselves with no clothes on to qualify for a visa for Canada, immigration officials say.
A nude “performance photo” is required at the time of application, according to CFRA Radio.
A Japanese motorcyclist collided with a highway crash barrier losing half his right leg, but carried on driving for over a mile before noticing the damage, police in Hamamatsu, south-central Japan, said.
Kazuo Nagata, 54, was driving from Hamamatsu to Gifu, central Japan August 14th, with a group of ten friends early Monday morning. He lost control while turning his bike, and veered at high speed onto a median strip, grazing a crash barrier.