Hope you had a good Father’s Day. This week’s news brings on a few past stories including an ironic twist for a bank robber. I’ve also got some good news for gamers, a tattoo artist you definitely don’t want to cross and a sad sweet story about a couple from India. The “Jackass of The Week” comes courtesy of a seriously depressing study about chocolate milk. And finally, this week’s “Recommended Listening” features the dark and twisted world from “Welcome to Night Vale.”
A New York woman is suing a Queens casino, it’s parent company, and the manufacturer of it’s slot machines after she was denied a $43 million jackpot from a penny slot machine. The New York State Gaming Commission ruled the jackpot to be an error.
A 71 year old man who robbed a bank in 2016 claiming he wanted to get arrested to get away from his wife, has been sentenced to 6 months of house arrest. Lawyers and doctors ruled that the behavior was a result of undiagnosed depression and he should not serve jail time.
A tattoo artist in Sao Paolo, Brazil caught a 17 year old trying to steal his bike. As punishment, he tattooed his forehead with, “sou ladrão e vacilão,” which translates to, “I am a thief and a loser.” The tattooer and a friend, who assisted in the incident, were arrested for torturing the boy.
A recent Italian study on gaming and sexual health found that gamers appear less likely to experience premature ejaculation during sex. On the other hand, they also found that male gamers overall had a lower sex drive in general, so that may be the true reason for the low rate of PE.
A man in Indian woke up to find he had been bitten by a poisonous snake. After telling his wife that he loved her and wanted them to die together, she allowed him to bite her on the wrist as well. He later died, but she was treated at a local hospital and survived.
“WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE is a twice-monthly podcast in the style of community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events. Turn on your radio and hide”