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Nitwit News – November 25
Nitwit News – November 25

A Florida man living in a 55-and-over gated community had two of his cars vandalized recently. Sixty-three-year-old Bhaskar Barot discovered the message “NO KIDS” prayed on both of his vehicles. Barot thinks the graffiti bandit was offended by Barot’s four-year-old granddaughter, who he sometimes babysits at his house.

Are you ever urinating and happen to think, “I’m really good at this thing right here!” Well, have we got the job listing for you. There’s a new App called ToiletFinder which is looking for paid copywriters who can start reviewing public bathrooms across New York City. ToiletFinder creator Michael Li says, “I built ToiletFinder in order to address a universal, legitimate human need, and am seeking a partner in crime that can share in my vision.”

… Aspiring toilet reviewers can submit their reviews through the website, and if Li likes what he sees, he’ll pay you for them. Of the lucky urinators, one will be chosen for the full time position.

Joseph Small of Sheffield, England, checked into a Premier Inn in London while in town. A clerk saw him naked in a hotel corridor on a security camera; when he went to investigate, he found Small holding a fire-extinguisher, using it in a suggestive manor, while shouting “This country has been taken over by al-Qaeda — go back to Pakistan”. A short time later Small urinated on the lobby carpet. Police took him away for evaluation.

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