These plastic gun heel shoes could not fire.
In July 2013, a woman at LaGuardia airport in New York was told she could not board an aircraft while wearing shoes with fake gun heels. Continue reading
It was a just a silly teenage prank
While riding in her dad’s car at nine o’clock at night in Valencia, Spain, a 13-year-old girl decided it would be funny to hold up a sign that said:
He said he was taking random pictures
and he happened to snap this one. Continue reading
The first counterfeit –
none of the pharmacies was Canadian
I don’t want to talk about it…
In one of my past posts, I mentioned how Coco Crisp, a baseball player for the Oakland Athletics, fooled baseball pitchers in order to steal bases. Continue reading
You can hide your USB drive inside a wall.
I’ve aleady found and posted many of these sneaky places where you can hide your valuables, but there are a few I hadn’t seen before. Continue reading
"Campanelle – Antica Acqua de Roma"
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Obviously fake, and yet…
One night, a couple of 22-year-old employees in a convenience store in Wallsend, England were surprised when a masked man came in waving a gun. Continue reading
The USS Missouri
Fake handbags or shoes can be a problem for companies who lose out on revenue from the counterfeits.
He uses nail clippers as a lock pick.
So, are criminals made, or born that way? Parents secretly film their son breaking into his sister’s room. Continue reading