It must be true...
I read it in the tabloids
A wanted ex-con was arrested by Oregon police last week while riding a stolen motorbike with a vanity license plate reading “XFELON.” Brock Antonie Williams, who was wanted on a parole violation, led police on a 100 mph chase before he was caught. An investigation revealed the Ducati had been stolen last year; the distinctive XFELON plate had been added later. “Since these guys make license plates in prison,” said officer Scott McKee, “you’d think he would be a little more creative.”
A Spanish potato farmer has become a social media star because of her likeness to President Trump. Dolores Leis shot to online fame after a journalist reporting on farming posted a photo on Instagram of the blond-haired 64-year-old in a field, and thousands of users noted her remarkable resemblance to the U.S. president. Leis says she’s largely ignored the online buzz because, unlike the always-tweeting Trump, she doesn’t have a smartphone. “It never stung my curiosity to have one,” she says.
A teenager with no medical training was able to impersonate a doctor at one of India’s top hospitals for five months by simply walking around in a lab coat and stethoscope. Adnan Khurram, 19, routinely chatted with patients at New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences and impressed the staff with his knowledge of medicine. Real doctors eventually became suspicious of Khurram because he rarely seemed busy—junior doctors typically work 20-hour shifts. “We started wondering how he had so much time,” said Dr. Harjit Singh Bhatti. The impostor was arrested last week after he was surrounded by angry doctors.