When NASA was preparing for Sally Ride to travel as the first American female astronaut, engineers initially were at a loss about how many tampons to send. “Is 100 the right number?” they asked her. “No. That would not be the right number,” she replied.
Infamous streaker, Mark Roberts was sponsored by GoldenPalace.com to streak Super Bowl 38. He was paid $1 million, given front row tickets on the 50-yard line, and provided with one of the best defense attorneys in the US who was able to reduce his charges down to a misdemeanor and $1,000 fine.
Michael Orchard, a heroic man, broke into his neighbor’s burning home and rescued their dog. He later found out that the house fire was actually NOT real but was just a hallucination from the LSD he was consuming.
To get revenge on fellow Boy Scouts who bullied him, a Tokyo resident mailed more than 500 boxes of soggy, smelly garbage including old underwear and rotten tea leaves to his tormentors, writing a random destination as the address with the bully’s return address in order to escape detection.
A woman in Australia won $825 on a horse race, and posted a selfie to show off the winning ticket to her Facebook friends. But one of them captured the ticket barcode from the selfie and claimed the winnings for themselves.