Guy Writes His Resignation Letter On Toilet Paper

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February 27, 2017

A Guy Quits His Job With a Resignation Letter Written on Toilet Paper

Now THIS is how you burn a bridge on the way out of a job.

A woman just posted a picture on Reddit of her husband's resignation letter from his job.  And it's a unique one because he wrote it on toilet paper.

And just to make sure his company understood that symbolism, he wrote, quote, "I have chosen this type of paper as a symbol of how I feel this company has treated me and where I feel this company is going."  Click here to see a picture of the resignation letter.


Road Rage

Well, this is one way to deal with those annoying traffic cameras.

A driver in China was caught on video leaning out of his vehicle at a traffic light. The footage shows him pulling out a slingshot and firing it a traffic camera.  Apparently he has great aim because he managed to shatter the lens and disable the camera with a single shot.

The problem for our sharpshooter is, the camera got a clear picture of his face before he shot out the camera, making it easy for the police to identify him, and he was arrested a short time later.

Stupid Criminals!!!

The man explained to cops that the light was taking too long to change and he got tired of waiting.


When Drones Attack

A 66-year old woman was relaxing in her apartment – on the 27th floor of a high-rise building in Manhattan when a drone crashed through her apartment window and landed a few feet away from her.

The New York Post reports that the woman was not injured, but did suffer quite a scare.  Police are now trying to figure out who owns the 2-pound GoPro drone with a camera, and where it came from. The Federal Aviation Administration will also be involved in the investigation.

If the drone was registered with the FAA, which is required by law, it will be easy to locate the owner.

The drone’s owner faces heavy fines and possible jail-time because the recreational use of drones is banned in Manhattan and almost everywhere else in New York City.