Fox News host Pete Hegseth said Sunday that he has not washed his hands in a decade because "germs are not a real thing," reports.
Hegseth made the statement live on air during a Fox & Friends episode. His co-host, Jedediah Bila, started a conversation about pizza - yesterday was National Pizza Day - explaining that Hegseth had been munching on old pizza while on the set.
"Pizza Hut lasts for a long time," Hegseth said, prompting laughter from both of his co-hosts.
The Fox News host then explained that one of his 2019 resolutions was to say things on air that he says off air. He then proceeded to tell the viewership that he has not washed his hands in a decade.
"My 2019 resolution is to say things on air that I say off air. I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years. Really, I don't really wash my hands ever."
A trucker in Indonesia barely escaped with his life after pulling up a route from Google Maps to reach a desolate village and following the route - directly off a cliff.
The incident was recounted in the , describing how truck driver Agus Tri Pamungkas used the online directions to hep him reach Singakerta village with a truck full of rocks. He became lost along the way and used Google Maps in an effort to get back on track, but the app told him to follow a route that took him high above the Wos River on a road that was not suited for cars.
The truck driver said he became worried when the road grew more narrow, but said he was stuck and had no choice but to continue along the dangerous route.
The town of Newport News, Virginia, has a lot of things going for it. As the fifth-most populated city in the state, it's home to Newport News Shipbuilding, the lone designer, builder and refueler of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers. It is also home to the Virginia Living Museum, a 50-plus-year-old open-air museum which includes an aquarium, science center, aviary, and planetarium.
And last, but not least, the town is home to one particular bizarre citizen, whose penchant for pornography has landed him in a bit of trouble.
As reported by , a neighborhood in Newport News was subjected to a rather odd screening after one resident took it upon himself to screen an adult film from his garage, projecting it for the viewing pleasure - or displeasure - of his fellow friends and neighbors.
Working as a professional Adolf Hitler lookalike is not everyone's cup of tea, but for U.K. man Neil Holmes, making guest appearances as the Nazi dictator has proved extremely lucrative.
reported that by day, Neil puts in a nine-to-five stint on the building site, but by night, the jackboots and the swastika armband come on and Neil struts his stuff as a well-paid Hitler impersonator.
Holmes is the first to admit that he is reluctant to tell too many people about his profitable sideline as the leader of the Third Reich. He's not sure how some would react, and he's pretty sure not everyone would understand. But when you command over $750 for as little as ten minutes work, wearing a fake mustache and talking in a silly accent might not seem so bad, as he admitted.
The 55-year-old confesses it's a weird claim to fame, but he enjoys it and it's "a fun day out."
When shopping for a colorful little pillow to add a little sparkle to a room's decor, the last thing on most people's wish list is a design featuring a Nazi swastika and the unmistakable face of Adolf Hitler.
So just imagine the shock and distress of Fresno priest Ryan Newman when he discovered the pillow he had ordered from walmart.com, featuring large images of a bicycle, the Eiffel Tower, and the word "Paris," was also adorned with the unmistakable symbol of the Third Reich and the mustached face of Hitler. The pillow was also covered with the word "Reich."
reports that the Very Rev. Ryan Newman experienced a whirlwind of emotions upon discovering the pillow's secret images.
Newman admits he was at first dumbfounded, then angry, and then upset.
"To me the swastika is a symbol of hate. It is a symbol of evil."
After the roses have wilted, the chocolates have been eaten and the flame of eternal love has died out, the holiday Valentine's Day can be a rough one to endure for the brokenhearted and those who have been scorned.
But the El Paso Zoo in Texas has a very interesting way to perk up someone's spirits when their love life has been crushed into a million pieces. The zoo will name a cockroach after a person's ex and then on Valentine's Day, the cockroach bearing an ex's name will be fed to a meerkat. The event will be broadcast via livestream on the zoo's Facebook page and on its website.
If you're a fan of perusing odd news on the internet, there's a good chance you've run into the ever-popular Florida Man meme, which usually centers on bizarre and unusual crimes that took place in the state of Florida.
While most Florida Man reports have typically centered on the strange antics of male Floridians, the occasional article will cross the gender gap by focusing on a female. One such report is focused on a rather odd topic - Florida politics.
As reported by , Nancy Oakley, a Madeira Beach city commissioner, has resigned amidst allegations that she licked a former city manager's face. Oakley, who denies that any such incident took place, was also accused of grabbing the aforementioned manager's genitals. Oakley's resignation comes just weeks after avoiding a recall election, as detailed by the
A man was arrested in New York this week after he allegedly threw a cinder block at a mannequin of former president Barack Obama, breaking a glass window at a Harlem lingerie store in the process.
According to in New York, the man destroyed the front window of the Romantic Depot, a lingerie store on Broadway in Harlem. The incident took place late last month, and the man was arrested Tuesday. He had been caught on surveillance video pacing near the store, kicking the window, then tossing the cinder block and pulling the Obama mannequin out of it.
The store had put up a humorous display, with the Obama mannequin wearing a Santa Claus costume, next to a mannequin of Donald Trump dressed as a princess with a MAGA hat on. The store also has 16 other decorative mannequins of various celebrities.
As Super Bowl party hosts began food prepping in time for the big game, Google tracked exactly what they were searching for to fill their treat-laden table with. Guests wanting to bring a snack along to a friend's house likely added to these search results, some of which were awfully surprising.
Google Trends pieced together a list of the most googled snacks by state. Some items are expected, such as the deliciously spicy buffalo chicken dip most searched for by Connecticut residents and football cupcakes from fans in Hawaii.
But a few other states' Google results yielded some weird food options for what one might imagine being placed on the table at a football party, such as lentil soup in Montana, fried rice in Indiana, Irish stew in Iowa, and pea and peppercorn mash out of New Mexico.
If love isn't in the air for you this Valentine's Day because you're still pining or an ex that has wronged you or you're simply fueled by rage and looking for a way to get back at your ex, the Hemsley Conservation Center in England has you covered, according to a report from .
For around $2, the conservation center is offering folks the opportunity of "getting back at your ex this Valentine's Day." According to the conservation's website, you can also do your friend a favor by naming one of the creepy critters after your friend's ex.
"The HCC is offering the chance to name a cockroach in honor of your friend's worthless ex-someone on this special holiday of love," the reads.
The opioid epidemic causes thousands of deaths in the U.S. every year. Many people who end up addicted to these drugs start out on legal prescriptions for pain killers due to conditions that cause chronic pain. The connection has resulted in many doctors becoming hesitant to prescribe pain killers to patients.
Fortunately, every now and again, a story comes forth on the topic that just causes plain hilarity. One such story is that of 56-year-old Peter Hans Emery, from Florida, who stole pills from his roommate thinking they were opioids. It was only later that he realized they were, in fact, laxatives.
As reported by the , his roommate, Jayme Ream, became suspicious that Emery had been stealing his medication. Wanting to find out and exact some revenge if he was right, he switched the Hydrocodone Acetaminophen out with laxatives. He then set up a surveillance camera in his room to catch Emery in the act.
It is so cold in the U.S. Midwest that local police departments have implored criminals to refrain from committing crimes until the weather warms up at least a bit.
According to a report, the Warrensburg Police Department in Missouri took to its Facebook page to make the request and lighten the mood as residents endured life-threatening sub-zero temperatures and wind chills.
The WPD posted, "[s]o…we are asking a favor (at least for the next three days); can you keep the criminalling to a minimum? It is REALLY cold out…do yourself (and us) a favor…stay inside. Be nice to each other, watch reruns of Say Yes to the Dress (we hear from the firefighters that it's a really good show). Mmmmkay, thanks!"
An Australian man triggered an emergency police response after a noisy exchange with a spider startled a passerby into reporting what sounded like a violent disturbance to the authorities, media reported.
When social media began to take off a decade (or so) ago, it was only a matter of time before some insightful developer would mix the convenience and addictive nature of socializing online with a dating platform. There is a handful of dating apps on the market today, but arguably, the most famous and widespread is Tinder, which originally launched back in 2012.
Developed by Hatch Labs, the social search mobile app allows its users to match up with potential partners. Swiping left on a person's profile dismisses them while swiping right shows one's interest – if two people are interested in each other, they will be allowed to chat and meet up in the real world, should they choose to.
While Tinder specifically caters to humans looking for love, one must not forget that other animals need companionship as well, cows included. Luckily, the four-legged farm animals now have their own dedicated platform with which they can find true love: Tudder.