April’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

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By Andrew J. Hewett

The month of April has had some strange stories. Here is this month’s best snippets of unusual, bizarre and weird news.

WHAT’S HIS LAWYER’S NUMBER?
The Leader-Post (Regina, Canada) reported recently, when Vancouver, Canada, police asked to search Jason Pauchay’s apartment for drugs, and assured him he was not a suspect, he agreed. But that all changed after noticing how he’d listed himself on his cell phone: “Jason Pauchay Drug Dealer.”

DID HE EVER RAISE HIS LEG?
Last heard authorities were trying to decide whether to press charges against Barbara Jean “B.J.” Geardello (53) and her boyfriend Robert Deyell (56) as exhibitionists. They were observed “progressing” near a busy intersection in Wheeling, West Virginia. Deyell, wearing only a hood on his head and an unidentified object protruding from his rear, crawled on all-fours naked, restrained with a collar around his neck, pulled by Geardello; she wearing only a nightgown.

SHE STRUCK-OUT WITH THE JUDGE
Theresa Washington told a Will County, Illinois, judge she’d hired Kimberly Williams, 46, simply to take pictures of her naked while she did house work. Instead, she said, Williams became “master” and dragged her by the hair of her head. But the judge ruled she’d beaten up Williams with a baseball bat… for calling another person she’d met on Christian Singles.