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   At a funeral on Aug. 6 at Rolling Hills Memorial Park in Richmond, California, a fam- ily brawl broke out after the deceased’s son and daughter started arguing, SFGate re- ported. Police were called to the scene around 1:30 p.m., where up to 20 family mem- bers abandoned the service to fight with each other. The 36-year-old brother got into a vehicle and “attempted to drive toward his sister in an aggressive way, but instead he struck another female and sent her to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries,” said Sgt. Aaron Pomeroy of the Richmond Police Department. He also managed to knock over head- stones and vases and break a water main, causing the fu- neral plot to fill up with water.
The coup de grace was knocking over the casket; fortunately, the deceased did not fall out. When the brother finally emerged from the car, someone hit him with a cane to subdue him. The brother was later charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism.
That’s Gotta Hurt
A 73-year-old woman fishing with friends off a boat along the Florida coast on July 19 caught the wrong end of a 100-pound sailfish when it leapt out of the wa- ter, The Washington Post reported. Katherine Perkins, from Arnold, Maryland, was stabbed in her groin area by the fish’s pointed bill as her companions tried to reel it in. The boat returned to shore and Perkins was airlifted to a hospital.
RIP: Family Fight Turns Ugly At A Funeral
That’s The Cheese!
Square and offer the Black Diamond Cheese String in a trade for the best offer.
fers for the cheese, the most unusual being a trade of two Persian cats. He hasn’t made a
deal yet, but he’s in no hurry: There are months left before the cheese’s expiration date.
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Angel Domingo of Toron- to is a fan of trading items on resell websites. So when he moved into a new home and found a single cheese stick in the refrigerator, it was a no-brainer for him: Buy a billboard in Yonge-Dundas
“This is probably the strangest thing that I’ ve ever had to offer up,” Domingo told Global News. “I guess some people really want it.”
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