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Nitwit News – September 24
Nitwit News – September 24

Here’s one way you shouldn’t pay your water bill. In Florida, employees at the Deltona Water office were evacuated Monday morning after a customer handed a cashier an envelope with a white powder in it. The Sheriff’s Office and a couple of HAZMAT teams responded. The powder was tested and it was crack cocaine.

370 passengers were stranded in Australia Sunday night after a snake was found on a Qantas plane at Sydney airport. The 8-inch Mandarin rat snake was found by cabin crew in the Boeing 747 plane before passengers boarded on Sunday. This species of snake is commonly found in Asia. Adults can grow to more than four feet long. It’s not clear how the snake got on the flight from Singapore, but it’s harmless and poses no threat to humans. Instead of arriving in Tokyo, as scheduled, the stranded passengers spent the night in hotels in Sydney. A replacement flight left for Tokyo on Monday morning.

A 65-year-old University of Florida professor who used a camera pen to secretly film under the clothing of two students explained to police that he was attempting to gather evidence that one of the women “was not wearing undergarments,” which he thought was “inappropriate.”

Interviews & Bits

Unit 4

Unit 4’s Judy Wiegand Visits HoCo

Unit 4 Superintendent Judy Wiegand stopped by Holstein & Co.

gina

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…after 10 years. Should she let her husband out of the marriage?

Dustin Lynch

Why did you need stitches?

Dustin Lynch was hit in the face with a can of beer mid-concert and needed stitches. What happened that you…