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Five Crazy Headlines: Violent yoga, vegan aliens and an overdue movie rental

If you don’t let me do yoga, so help me I’ll kill someone

A United Airlines flight bound for Japan was forced to return to the airport at Hawaii after a passenger became violent after being told he could not do yoga.

Hyongtae Pae told the FBI that he didn’t want to sit in his seat during meal service, so he went to the back of the plane to meditate and do yoga. When his wife and flight attendants came and asked him to return to his seat, he became enraged and pushed his wife because he felt she was siding with the flight crew.

When a couple of U.S. marines on board the flight attempted to get him back into his seat, Pae began head butting and biting the marines while screaming he was going to kill passengers and that there was no god.

The 72-year-old retired farmer was released on $25,000 bond under condition that he not leave the island of Oahu and receive mental health evaluations.

Source: The Star

If you eat vegan, aliens will come

The great-granddaughter of a former U.S. president claims that what we eat and drink could have a significant impact on whether or not humans are ever contacted by aliens.

Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, a descendant of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, said in an interview with Vice News that by following a vegan diet you are more likely to experience “sky beings,” which she describes as anything from aliens, fairies, elves or even angels.

Eisenhower said that when you eat animals, it is a “heavier density to process in our physical bodies,” and by eating vegetables it makes humans lighter which makes it easier to connect with higher beings.

Source: FOX News


A squirrel on the run led to a school being put on lockdown and SWAT being called in through a strange series of events.

Three workers from a local pest control company in Hot Springs, Arkansas were using pellet rifles to eradicate squirrels from an apartment complex when one squirrel avoided being hit and ran off. The three armed men ran off after the squirrel to shoot it.

They were also running towards Gardner Primary School.

An employee saw the three men running toward the school with guns and called the police. When the police and SWAT arrived at the school, the pest control workers thought a dangerous situation was occurring at the school and left the area without ever realizing they had triggered the emergency response.

Police say despite the call, the three men were never on school grounds.


Be kind, please rewind … or go to jail

In 2002, Concord, North Carolina resident James Meyers rented the movie “Freddy Got Fingered,” but he forgot to return it to the store.

Just over 14 years later, Meyers was arrested because he never returned it.

According to Meyers, he was driving his daughter to school when he was pulled over by police for a broken tail light. During the stop, the officer asked Meyers to step outside where the officer then informed him there was a warrant for his arrest because of the movie.

The officer let Meyers drop off his daughter and go to work that day on the promise he would turn himself in later that afternoon. The charges are currently pending against Meyers.

Tom Green, the writer, director and star of “Freddy Got Fingered” offered to help out Meyers if he could when he learned of the story.


Man betrayed by man’s best friend

Avery Davis was running from police on March 23 when he released his pet pit bull and told it to attack the officers pursuing him.

Instead, the dog turned around and bit Davis on the butt and attempted to bite his head before Davis was able to run away and hide.

Police later found him hiding in a nearby apartment complex and arrested him on charges of aggravated assault on a law-enforcement officer and resisting an officer with violence.

There is no word on whether or not the dog was actually a police dog working undercover.


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