Family Has To Rebuild Their House Thanks To A Skunk!

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June 16, 2017

Family Has To Rebuild Their House Thanks To A Skunk!

Don't under-estimate the power of a skunk's spray.

Scott Gray of Latrobe, Pennsylvania has to rebuild his house after a skunk got into the house through a doggie door when his family was away and spent 3-hours inside with the family's dogs, spraying its noxious scent everywhere!

7 months later, they STILL can’t get the putrid smell out of the home. The family threw away toys, furniture, and appliances, but they STILL had to strip the house down to its wood framing to get rid of the odor.

Scott says that a skunk destroying your home is worse than a fire burning it down because their insurance doesn’t cover “Skunk Damage.”  So far, they've spent over $30,000.


Thieves Steal a Bunch of GPS Tracking Devices . . . Which Easily Leads the Cops to Them

Of ALL the things to steal, these guys accidentally took the ONE product that was literally designed to rat them out.

Two thieves broke into a tech company in Santa Clara, California last week.  They stole some beer out of the fridge, and then they took about $18,000 worth of little devices, and apparently they thought they were cell phone chargers.

But they weren't.  They were GPS TRACKERS.

So when the company realized what was missing, they gave the police their tracking software and the cops pinpointed the EXACT location of the thieves. Stupid Criminals

They were arrested a few hours later. 


Nanny Wanted For $64,000 Per Year, But The House Is Haunted

A family in Scotland is looking for a nanny to for their two young children, and the job has a pretty sweet salary of $64,000 per year.

However, there's a catch-- the house the family lives in is haunted!  The family says that 5 nannies have quit over the past year because of so-called “supernatural incidents” including strange noises, broken glass, and furniture moving by itself.

But they say their kids are great and that whatever is haunting the home doesn’t have malicious intentions.