Cheating Man Busted By His Pet Parrot

October 27, 2016

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Cheating Man Busted By His Pet Parrot

If you're going to have an affair and keep it secret, make sure that you don’t have a parrot in the house!

A woman in Kuwait noticed that her pet parrot was squawking some saucy lines and another woman’s name.  She put two-and two together and discovered that her husband had been cheating on her (with the maid) – and the parrot learned some of the things he would say to his mistress.

The woman brought the parrot to police to prove her husband’s affair, because marital affairs are illegal in Kuwait! 

However, authorities ruled the parrot's evidence as inadmissible because it was impossible to determine where the bird heard it.

She is still trying to divorce him.


Look What I Found!

A message in a bottle sent out to sea over 50-years ago has finally been discovered.

CLINT BUFFINGTON of Utah was vacationing in the Turks and Caicos southeast of the Bahamas when he found a Coke bottle buried in the sand.  The note inside read: "Return to 419 Ocean Blvd. and receive a reward of $150 from TINA, owner of the Beachcomber."

After doing some research, Buffington discovered the Beachcomber was a motel in Hampton, New Hampshire, owned by a now-deceased woman named Tina in 1960.

Buffington flew to Hampton and met up with Tina's daughter, PAULA PIERCE. Pierce was happy to get the letter back, which she says was written by her father as a joke and thrown into the Atlantic.

Pierce honored the reward, handing Buffington $150-dollars.


A Woman Played the Lottery to Show Her Husband It's a Waste of Money . . . and Won a Million Dollars

57-year-old Glenda Blackwell bought a $10 lottery ticket last Saturday near Asheville, North Carolina, because she wanted to show her husband it's a waste of money.

His name is Buddy, and he plays the lottery a lot.  He actually asked her to buy two Powerball tickets, but she bought a scratch-off instead.  Apparently just to get under his skin, because she wanted him to stop.

But her plan blew up in her face in a pretty spectacular way.  Because the ticket she bought ended up hitting for a MILLION BUCKS.  They took the lump sum of about $415,000 after taxes.

Glenda says she had to eat her words, but she's not too upset about it, because they don't have to worry about money for the first time in their lives.  Also, in a roundabout way, she got what she wanted, because now that they've won, Buddy promised to stop buying so many lottery tickets.

Click here for a picture of Glenda's giant check.