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Minnesotan jailed over zoning laws, and more

A Minnesota man was jailed because he failed to complete the siding on his house.

Minnesotan jailed over zoning laws
A Minnesota man was jailed because he failed to complete the siding on his house. Mitch Faber says he spent $12,000 bringing his home’s stucco exterior in line with zoning laws, but officials declared the work unsatisfactory and he was arrested and jailed for two days. “I had to shower in front of a sheriff,” Faber says, and “my wrists were handcuffed to my waist—for siding.”

Hangover Heaven debuts in Las Vegas
A new mobile medical unit is patrolling the streets of Las Vegas, providing intravenous fluids to people with wicked hangovers. With packages starting at $90, Hangover Heaven treats patients with a “proprietary blend” of fluids, vitamins, and medications that the company claims can “drive the toxins out of your system and get you tuned up to enjoy your stay.”

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