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Cutting Room Floor 04/25/07

Cutting Room Floor 04/25/07

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(KSL Staff)


Be careful what you eat... and when you eat it.

It could come back to haunt you... in more ways than one.

That's the lesson one guy learned... and it landed on our Cutting Room Floor.

DNA evidence left on a cinnamon bun has a criminal, already in jail... for another crime on the hook for more time.

The 40-year-old Detroit man was serving time for an auto theft when authorities made the DNA match from the partially eaten pastry left in another stolen car.


A man in Germany is in hot water for horsing around at a Berlin bank.

The 40-year old said he had a few beers with a buddy and on the way home decided to stop at a heated 24- hour ATM lobby.

He was riding a horse.

So confronted with the lack of a hitching post, he brought his 6-year old horse, Sammy, inside.

When a customer came across the horse and sleeping rider at 4:15 a.m. in the morning, he called police, who came and woke the owner up and sent him on his way.

No charges were filed, but cleanup is needed:

Apparently Sammy made his own after-hours deposit.


Slow drivers in the fast lane, talking on phones in the theater... what's your pet peeve?

A new California-based website is tracking pet peeves from around the world.

Now, 100-thousand complaints later... mypetpeeves-dot- com is taking off.

When MyPetPeeves came into existence, for example, telemarketers were a major headache.

Since the creation of the National Do Not Call Registry, they appear to have become less of an annoyance.


Speaking of pet peeves... don't you hate when your mouth literally starts to eat your face!

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