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Here were this morning's CRAZY headlines:
Man Has Nervous Breakdown And Humps His Car (REAL)
Nude Beachgoers Complain After Tourists Keep Taking Photos (FAKE)
Samsung's "Refrigerdating" App Is Like Tinder, But With Food Pics Instead of Headshots (REAL)
More on those REAL headlines...
Man Has Nervous Breakdown And Humps His Car
We've all had stress in our lives. Some of us go to the gym, others head to a local pub and then this guy stripped naked and began humping his car. That's right, Michael Jameson allegedly stripped naked in public and started having sex with his BMW. He was recently in court and footage from one of the cop’s bodycams played in court also showing him with “no clothes underneath the vehicle.” His lawyer said he was under an enormous amount of pressure from work and that he’s appalled and embarrassed. Jameson was found guilty of outraging public indecency and dangerous driving. He was ordered to stay away from the BMW as well.
Samsung's "Refrigerdating" App Is Like Tinder, But With Food Pics Instead of Headshots
For $4,000, you can purchase a smart Samsung refrigerator with a built-in "refrigerdating" app. To indicate your level of romantic interest in a prospective mate, you swipe right or left, just like Tinder. But instead of gazing at people's headshots, you're instead treated to photos of what's inside of their fridge. "The contents of the fridge...can tell you a lot about [someone's] personality," Samsung public relations manager Erin Axelsson tells CNET. Adds dating expert Laurie Davis, "Food is really a part of our lifestyle these days, and there are so many nuances of diet--there are people who are gluten-free or vegan--and often [they're] most understood by someone who also has that diet."