This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesday we are looking into how a vibrator became part of a government funded dispute tribunal. Then, a man who knifed a lawyer with another lawyer’s knife. And finally, a story about a law graduate who is too hot to get a job.
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This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at just how far one jealous ex-lover will go -- and it's way farther than Instagram stalking. Then, we consider the case of a very well-trained parrot. Finally, we look at another example of domestic jealousy, but this time after a wife discovered that her husband just could not give up the pornography channel.
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This week, Weird and Wacky Wednesdays finally gets the joy of reviewing a second Lorena Bobbitt style incident. Then, we look at the case of a traffic stop where the person who was pulled over was not what was expected at all. Finally, we look at what is undeniably the weirdest visit to a Walmart that has ever occurred, at least outside the state of Florida.
This week, Weird and Wacky Wednesdays brings you the case of a teacher who was arrested for drinking while teaching. Then, we look at the man with the best lawsuit over pornography ever. Finally, a man who ate pasta belligerently.
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This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at how far one man will go to get a really quick bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich. Then, we delve into some strange issues with the Anna Delvey trial and who is footing the bill for certain... unusual trial expenses. Finally, we find out just why a woman decided to stab her boyfriend in the face, and why he totally understood.
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This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at how a weekly bingo event at a seniors home in Ontario could end with police attending -- and not for a dead body. Then, we examine yet another hilarious but possibly wrongful way to be terminated from your employment. Finally, I get to express a little jealousy over the case of an Australian man who appears to have gotten away with a crime that I would very much like to commit if I had a free pass.
Read on to find out what that is, and more on this week's edition of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays!
This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at the complicated defence of "it's not mine" in the most impossible circumstances ever. Then, we examine a strange case of bologna-related criminal harassment. Finally, we look at a creative solution to a serial crime taking place on Washington State highways.
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This week on the Weird and Wacky Wednesday legal roundup, the BC Supreme Court gives some pretty helpful guidance on how not to import a car to China. Then, we examine just how a cartoon character can be issued a speeding ticket and arrested. Finally, we see that the use of emojis has finally started to trickle its way into our court system, and discuss how this evidence will be interpreted in cases to come.
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In honour of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays coinciding with Halloween, this week we look at the spookiest of Weird and Wacky Wednesdays legal cases: creepy clowns. You would not believe how many creepy clown cases there are in the legal world. This is but a small sampling of three of them to delight and horror you on this special day.
This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at two different assholes. One is an asshole because he did the type of thing only an asshole would do. The other is an asshole because it literally is an asshole. And then, just because Halloween is coming up, we delve into a little black magick and look at a case involving practicing witchcraft. Which, in certain circumstances, is actually a criminal offence.
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