Newly-crowned WBC champion Vitali Klitschko doesn’t pull any punches about the way he soothes his fists after a big fight.
The Ukrainian fighter, who won the title match Saturday after defeating Samuel Peter of Nigeria, admits that he wraps his hands with his 3-year-old son Max’s urine-infused diapers to reduce swelling. He says he got the idea from his grandmother.
"Baby wee is good because it's pure, doesn't contain toxins and doesn't smell," Klitschko told a German newspaper after Saturday’s bout.
Read more: Reuters
A Florida man was arrested at Tampa International Airport after officials there learned he had outstanding warrants for two charges: having a dog running at large and having no license for a dog.
Officials from Canada customs informed the airport about the warrants, and airport police say 64-year-old Robert Christianson was arrested Sunday afternoon when he got off a plane.
Christianson was later released on $326 bail. Both warrants were for misdemeanor charges. (AP)
Man Tries to Pay McDonald's Tab With Pot
A McDonald's cashier called 911 after a Vero Beach drive-thru customer allegedly offered to pay for his meal with marijuana. The Indian River County Sheriff's Office said the cashier called Monday with a description of the vehicle the suspect had been riding in.
A deputy spotted the vehicle, found marijuana in the car and arrested its occupant, 27-year-old Shawn Alexander Pannullo.
Pannullo was charged with possession of cannabis and posted $500 bail. It was unclear if he had an attorney.
A Sheriff's report did not say what the suspect ordered at McDonald's or if he ultimately purchased the meal using something other than marijuana. (AP)
A Gift Horse in the Eye
A miniature horse has been given a second chance for a career as a show horse — thanks to a prosthetic eye. The 65-pound horse, named KBuck, was born June 1 at Lil Chums Miniature Horse Farm in Lawton and lost its eye a few days after birth. Owner Kelsey Chumbley, 12, said she suspects the young horse was the victim of a swift kick from its mother.
"We thought he was going to end up being a backyard pet" instead of a show horse, Kelsey said. "When we found out he had a second chance I was really excited for him."
Veterinarian Jeff Hammond of Marlow tried in June to save the young horse's eye. When it became evident the surgery didn't work, Hammond suggested the cosmetic alternative.
KBuck's prosthetic eye was handcrafted by designers at La Fuente Ocular Prosthetics in Oklahoma City.
"Having one eye hasn't affected him a bit — he's a spitfire," Hammond said. (AP)
Read more: NewsOK.com
Wyatt Earp Arrested in NYC
Not since the gunfight at the OK Corral has Wyatt Earp been so busy.
A New York City man with the same name as the famed western lawman was busted after leaving a path of destruction at his ex-wife's Staten Island home.
Earp was charged with burglary, contempt and criminal mischief, and ordered held on $25,000 bail.
Read more: NYPost.com.
Rat Hunt Leads to School Lockdown
Police in North Carolina say a woman hunting rats on her property caused a scare at a neighboring public school. The Times-News of Hendersonville reported Friday that a bus driver saw the woman and officials thought she was an armed student on school property.
So they kept students and staff inside the Balfour Education Center for about an hour until police determined she wasn't a threat.
Authorities say the woman wasn't on school property, wasn't doing anything wrong and had a rifle to shoot rats. She wasn't identified.
Sheriff Rick Davis says a call to authorities about the woman was properly handled. (AP)
Skinny Dipping at the Imperial Palace
Police nabbed a Western man who went skinny dipping in a moat ringing the Imperial Palace in a busy Tokyo business district, attracting a huge crowd, officials said Tuesday.
The naked middle-aged man jumped into the moat, then threw rocks and splashed water at two policemen who chased him in a rowing boat, a Tokyo Metropolitan Police official said on condition of anonymity, citing protocol.
The police official did not know the man's name or nationality.
After an hour, the man got out of the water and climbed a stone wall only to fall into the hands of police officers who were waiting for him. The police official said the man was detained for questioning, but could not confirm if he was arrested or charged.
Broadcasters were careful to meet Japan's obscenity laws once he had climbed out of the water, masking images of his private parts with a blurry dot.
A palace official said the emperor was in the palace at the time of the incident, but it was unlikely he saw the nude swimmer. He also spoke on condition of anonymity in accordance with palace policy. (AP)
Sleepy Child Support Suit
A Canadian deadbeat dad is suing the mother of his child, saying he refuses to pay child support because he was asleep when the child was conceived.
The man, who was not identified, said he was visiting the mother in late 2006 when he fell asleep, waking later to find her having sexual intercourse with him. He claimed he ordered her to stop, but she wouldn’t.
He is suing for damages related to mental distress and anxiety in addition to all child support expenses paid and payable by him.
Read more: Edmonton Sun
$17,000 to Preserve the Cat's Meow
A U.K. woman forked over a ton of cat cash to keep her feline from losing his voice.
Jean Kelly was distressed when she noticed her cat Cadbury had suddenly lost his voice. When she rushed him to the vet, she found out she would need to pay over $17,000 to repair the cat's paralyzed larynx — and save his life.
But the price was worth it for Kelly, who said, "It was never about me – it was about Cadbury and his quality of life. I know he’s not a young cat but I wanted to give him a fighting chance."
Cadbury and his meow have since made a full recovery.
Read more: The Daily Mail.
The Pilgrim Congregational Church in Weymouth is going to the dogs, and that's just fine with the Rev. Rachel Bickford.
The church launched what Bickford hopes will be weekly "Woof 'n' Worship" services Sunday when parishioners can bring their pious pooches.
Bickford got the idea from reading the Bible. She came across a Psalm that talks about "letting all living things praise the Lord" while her own dogs were at her feet. She says dogs provide so much joy when people struggle with everyday life.
Sara Diem went to the service with her Bernese mountain dog, Chloe, who is suffering from health problems. Diem says Chloe just needs a little extra blessing.
Bickford says all breeds are welcome — as long as they are leashed. (AP)
Read more: The Patriot Ledger
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