How not to smuggle a dead relative, and more

Two German women have been arrested for trying to smuggle a dead relative onto a plane in sunglasses and a hat.

How not to smuggle a dead relative

Two German women have been arrested for trying to smuggle a dead relative onto a plane in sunglasses and a hat. Gitta Jarant, 66, and her daughter Anke Anusic, 41, allegedly tried to wheel Jarant’s dead husband, Willi, aboard a plane from the U.K. to Germany to avoid a $5,000 repatriation fee on coffins. Coroners later determined that Willi, 91, had died days previously, a charge Anusic calls “completely ludicrous.” “He came in the taxi with us,” says Anusic. “He was a bit pale, but he was moving.”

Tiger Woods linked with next door neighbor's daughter

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The daughter of Tiger Woods’ next-door neighbor has joined the long list of women who say they slept with the golfer, says The National Enquirer. Raychel Coudriet, now 22, says she’d had a crush on Woods since she was 14, so jumped at the chance when he invited her to a party. He served the college student alcohol, and then took her back to his office for an encounter on a couch, she says. When Woods’ serial philandering was exposed, Coudriet says she confronted him, saying, “I feel extremely violated by what you did to me.” She says Woods replied, “Sorry about that.”

Unhappy with prostitute, Ohio man calls 911 to report a robbery

An Ohio man called 911 after a prostitute failed, in his view, to provide sufficient value. William Ferris, 27, initially reported a robbery, but soon admitted to cops that he had paid a prostitute $50 for sex in a fast-food restaurant’s locked restroom. Ferris told police he’d received certain attentions, but that given the sum of money involved, he’d apparently expected “all of it.”

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