This Afternoon's Odd News 3/12/18

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A new study found that when employees jammed needles into VOODOO DOLLS of their bosses, it actually made them feel less resentful about their jobs . . . and the quality of their work went up. (The Telegraph)

Stress is CONTAGIOUS, according to a new study. So if you're spending time with people who are stressed, it's going to mess with your brain and make YOU more stressed out too. (Eurekalert)

When you're at a restaurant, do you wait for everyone's food to come out before you start eating? One out of six people say . . . nope, they start eating as soon as THEIR food comes out. (YouGov)

A nightclub in Miami tried to pull an epic stunt on Wednesday night . . . and they had a female employee in her underwear ride a HORSE onto the dance floor. But it bucked her off and left. The club just had its business license REVOKED, and the owners could be looking at an animal cruelty investigation. (Huffington Post / Buzzfeed

A guy in Australia bought a new Porsche on Saturday . . . and he was almost immediately pulled over for doing 60 in a 25. So he got a speeding ticket . . . and his new Porsche was IMPOUNDED for 30 days after he'd had it for less than 10 minutes. (

A 28-year-old guy with a knife tried to sneak into a jail in Los Angeles last Tuesday using a fake FBI badge. But they arrested him instead . . . and booked him into the same jail he was trying to sneak into. (Full Story)

China's eight-and-a-half-ton space station is falling out of orbit and could land somewhere in Michigan around April 3rd. But there are a bunch of other places in the world it could fall too. Scientists should have a better idea of the location in the next few weeks. (Full Story)

A 26-year-old guy in Texas was arrested for violating his ex-girlfriend's restraining order last Wednesday . . . after he popped out of her TRUNK in a Walmart parking lot. (Full Story)

A factory worker in Germany recently lost his wife while their son was battling leukemia. So his co-workers donated over 3,000 hours of their own overtime pay to let him take about 18 MONTHS of paid leave. Now his son is doing better, and should be able to go to pre-school soon. (Metro)


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