Is it corny to say that record is.....COOL?
An Ohio judge has told a man who threw an iguana at a restaurant manager that he’s not allowed to brag about the crime.
Forty-nine-year-old Arnold Teeter pleaded guilty Thursday to cruelty to animals and resisting arrest.
Painesville Municipal Judge Michael Cicconetti (chik-oh-NET’-ee) sentenced Teeter to two years of probation. The conditions also include that Teeter cannot live in a home with animals for five years.
In April, authorities said Teeter pulled the 2-foot-long (0.61-meter) iguana from under his sweatshirt, swung it around by its tail and threw it at a Perkins Restaurant manager but missed.
Thats one wild Walmart ride!
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles is holding its annual lottery for much sought-after low number vehicle license plates.
Entries are being accepted online until Aug. 23. Mailed entries must be postmarked by that date.
The winners will be announced Sept. 15.
Only one entry per applicant will be accepted, and applicants must be a Massachusetts resident with a currently active, registered, and insured passenger vehicle. People with suspended or revoked registrations or licenses are not eligible.
Applicants are not allowed to request specific numbers.