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Woman finds latex glove inside a pop tart
A woman thought she was just eating a tasty Pop Tart on her way to work – but things got out of hand when she bit into a latex glove. Taylor Collins said she had purchased the pastry snack from a convenience store one Monday morning but was horrified when she tasted latex and ripped the packaging open to find a glove inside. Mrs Collins, from Tallahassee, Florida, called Kellogg’s customer service to complain and was offered compensation – in the form of a gift card for more Pop Tarts. 'I will never eat one again, because it looks like moldy and stuff, and I don’t know what’s on it, and I ate some of it.’ ‘Something needs to be done about it and I’ll never eat one again,’ she said. Collins says she plans to go to the doctor in case she contracted something from the glove. (Metro.co.uk)
MAN WAKES UP FROM MINOR SURGERY TO FIND OUT HE GOT A VASECTOMY
A man in England checked into the Royal Liverpool Hospital for a minor urological procedure. When he woke up, he learned that the doctors gave him a vasectomy. Oops. The guy is young and doesn’t have any kids. If the doctors can’t reverse the surgery, the mistake could cost the hospital $170,000. And women wonder why men are reluctant to visit doctors or check into hospitals. (Telegraph)
Online Dating Finally Pays Off…for KIDS!?
Remember when people were ashamed to admit they’d met online? Those days are long gone. In fact, a 2013 study found that more than one-third of US marriages began with online dating. Now one of the biggest online companies is now letting the next generation reap the benefits. Match.com – which launched in 1995 – has announced the MatchMade Scholarship Contest. It’s a $50-thousand dollar program open to the children that resulted from online unions. The kids have to submit videos that chronicle their parents’ relationship – from the first messages they exchanged on Match to the moment they knew they were “MatchMade” for each other. And don’t think they’d leave their original customers out. The parents of the winner will get $5-thousand dollars for a vacation.