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Nitwit News – December 2
Nitwit News – December 2

A family Ohio were in for a nasty surprise after they returned from an out-of-town visit to a dying relative to find someone else had moved into their house. Adding insult to injury, the man says he has the court documents to prove the house is now his. Robert Carr moved into the home that had been occupied for 21 years, changed the locks and emptied the house. When the family confronted Carr, he showed them a document he filed with the the County Court. It’s called a ‘quiet title’ and lays claim to the property because Carr says the family abandoned the house and gave up all their rights. Apparently Carr has done this 11 other times. Now it’s in the legal system.

A man being held at a prison in Sweden couldn’t take the pain in his mouth anymore and broke out to go see a dentist. The inmate was serving a one-month sentence at the minimum-security facility and said he had complained to prison officials about the pain. After apparently not getting the help he felt he needed, the prisoner broke out of jail and went to a nearby dentist for treatment. He had an inflamed tooth removed and then turned himself back in to the police. The man’s one-month sentence was increased by a day after prison officials decided to discount the day of the incident from his time served. The man has since been released.

Here’s the best Black Friday story: A Minnesota man who was down on his luck decided to spread some holiday cheer at the Mall of America on Friday by dropping 1,000 $1 bills from the fourth floor of the rotunda as a three-person choir sang Let It Snow. Police cited Serge Vorobyov for disorderly conduct, saying he was pulling a publicity stunt to get back together with his wife.

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