September 21, 2018

Inside The News . . .by David Fidelman

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WHAT FLOATS YOUR BOAT NEWS: A converted crabbing boat that recently became a floating strip club off the shore of an Alaska island, has been beset by legal tangles over safety rules and liquor laws and allegations it’s been dumping human waste into a harbor. So, other than the expired personal location beacon, expired inflatable devices on two life rafts and inoperable navigation sidelights and improperly pumping poop, everything was up to snuff. One would think the biggest issue with the floating house of nudity would be the crabs.

SHORT BUS NEWS: A Montana bus driver called 911 to report a man had flagged her down about 7 miles south of Libby. The bus was carrying several children and an adult aide. The driver says she opened the bus door, and a man stepped on and started waving a knife around. The aide gave a similar account. Charging documents say the man acknowledged flagging down the bus and confronting the driver about speeding near his home, but he broke no laws. The bus driver, in a pool of pee-pee begged to differ.

THAT’S COLD NEWS: Kyle Waring, of Massachusetts, got an idea while shoveling snow earlier this winter and launched ShipSnowYo.com. At first he shipped 16.9-ounce snow-filled bottles for $19.99, but the snow melted by the time it arrived at its destination. So he came up with a new plan, selling six pounds at a time. He tells Boston.com even if the snow melts a little by the time it arrives, the package can still make 10 to 15 snowballs. He’s also started offering 10-pound packages for $119. He says he’ll keep selling until people stop ordering, or until the sun comes out.

HEAD LINE NEWS: A man unhappy with his haircut faces criminal charges after police say he became enraged and threw items around a Connecticut salon. Alan Becker was angered further when he learned the trim he got was going to cost him $50. Becker kicked a hole in a salon wall, became hostile toward staff and customers, and threw a candle display and other items, then left, but returned later and demanded his hair be “fixed,” but the salon refused. He was arrested on site and charged with breach of peace and criminal mischief. It’s the first time he had a brush with the law.

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