The Best of FAIL Blog

June 22, 2009

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For your viewing pleasure, I present to you the very BEST of the WORST of FAIL Blog…
– FlashAddict

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Will you take my temperature?

Will you take my temperature?

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This made me laugh for over 10 minutes last night…

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I want to party with this girl…

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I want this guy to be my best man when I get married…

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This guy got PWND…

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Eleven-month-old boy accidentally dials 9-1-1 and gets dad arrested

January 21, 2009

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This guy just got PWND…
– FlashAddict

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By The Canadian Press
WHITE ROCK, B.C. – A B.C. man probably wishes he had given his 11-month-old son a set of keys to play with instead of a phone, after the infant accidentally dialled 9-1-1 and brought police to dad’s marijuana grow operation.

Mounties say a 9-1-1 call came in from a White Rock, B.C. residence Friday morning but whoever was on the other end of the line hung up. Officers arrived at the residence and after numerous knocks on the door went unanswered, they entered the home.

“The gentleman was quite surprised,” said White Rock RCMP Const. Janelle Canning.

She said the 29-year-old male, startled by the sudden sight of police, insisted he hadn’t made the call.

When it was suggested a child might have dialled, the father objected and said his son was far too young.

That’s when police spotted the baby boy, phone in hand.

“We saw him playing with the cordless phone and just pressing all the buttons, so evidently he had called 9-1-1,” Canning said.

With that mystery solved, officers began inspecting the residence and soon discovered a 500-plant marijuana grow operation.

The father was arrested and will appear in court in early April on charges of production of a controlled substance and mischief.

The boy was removed from the home by the Ministry of Children and Family Development, though he was later released into his mother’s custody.

The mother does not live in the residence and Canning says she had no idea what was going on at the home.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090121/national/20090121_baby_dials911


New Zealand police use Facebook to stop crime

January 14, 2009
This guy got WTFPWNED by the man…
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By Saeed Ahmed
CNN
Police in southern New Zealand nabbed a would-be burglar after they posted security camera images of him trying to break into a safe on the popular social networking site, Facebook.

Having removed his balaclava after his efforts made him hot, the would-be burglar looks up at a security camera.

Having removed his balaclava after his efforts made him hot, the would-be burglar looks up at a security camera.

The Queenstown police are calling it their first Facebook arrest. The police department created its online presence on the site just two months ago, said Constable Sean Drader.

“It’s pretty popular, isn’t it, this site?” Drader told CNN Wednesday, surprised at the quick success.

The 21-year-old masked man allegedly broke into a local pub through a roof early Monday morning and spent considerable time trying to crack open a safe using an angle grinder.

“It’s a very small room that he broke into, and it was hot weather. It’s summer here,” Drader said. “There are sparks flying all about him. And after about an hour, he gets too hot and takes his gloves and balaclava off.”

Unable to break open the safe, the man gave up and got ready to leave, Drader said.

“He looks around to see if he’s forgotten anything, and he looks up right at the camera. It was rather silly. We got a good look,” he said.

The police department posted the surveillance camera photos on its Facebook page. By the next day, the man was in custody, fingered by viewers who recognized him from the images on the site, and from TV segments on the Facebook posting.

Police did not release the suspect’s name, but said the Queenstown native is charged with two counts of burglary.

Facebook, the Web’s most popular social networking site, allows users to create personal profiles. They can then connect with one another, upload photos and share links. The site boasts more than 90 million active users.

In November, Facebook helped a seafood restaurant owner in Melbourne identify five customers who dined on oysters, trout and expensive wine and then bolted without paying the US $323 bill.

According to media reports, the owner remembered one of the diners asking about a former waitress.

The waitress suggested the restaurateur look through her friend’s list on Facebook. A quick scroll later, the owner spotted one of the bill dodgers.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/01/14/nz.facebook.arrest/index.html


World of Warcraft: Funeral Ambush

November 8, 2008

An oldie but a goodie!!!

A World of Warcraft funeral for a fellow guild member who passed away in real life is ambushed by another guild. That’s what happens when you hold a service in the middle of a PvP (Player versus Player) zone!