(What a hose-head – ed.)
Carjacker steals van toting 500 pounds of dirty diapers
It’s one of the most unusual thefts, let alone stinky.
But on Tuesday, diaper delivery truck driver Marc Sabourin was carjacked.
On a break between deliveries, a man wearing a leather jacket and aviator sunglasses approached Sabourin and asked if he was selling something.
“I said, ‘I don’t sell anything, ‘I’m a diaper delivery service.’ Then he jams the car door open and says, ‘Get out’,” Sabourin explained….
Excerpt from full article in the Deseret Times:
They rated the shoes for condition and smell, eventually settling on [Sterling] Brinkerhoff’s torn, once-white low cuts as the worst of the worst.
“They were foul,” said Fraser, a 17-time judge. “There were two or three (entries) that were the kind you smell from a distance.”
…if they’re not already there, that is.
I have smelled this bug. It does indeed smell foul, but not in the way you might think. It’s not a fecal sort of smell, nor does it smell like decaying flesh or garbage. It’s a pungent, difficult to describe sort of smell, more akin to a noxious chemical than something organic. It’s the kind of stink that you imagine you can still smell hours after your first whiff.
Or maybe you can…smell it hours later, that is.
Read about it
Beware: Very Stinky
Image credit: The Bugwood Network/Wikimedia Commons
Voodoo lily blooms — and the stench is unreal
Odor of Minnesota Zoo flower just as advertised: ‘Dead mice in a plastic bag’
By Andrea Mustain
Our Amazing Planet
A voodoo lily at the Minnesota Zoo has finally begun to flower, and the rare, oversized bloom, with its signature scent of death and decay, is bringing in a cloud of intrigued admirers….
Image credit: U.S. Botanic Garden/Wikimedia Commons
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