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A man arrested for intoxication in Alberta, Canada sang the entire 6-plus minus of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” during his ride in a squad car, captured of course by an onboard security camera.

The officers were nice enough not to interrupt him during his heartfelt rendition, but in turn uploaded it on youtube for public shaming/recognition.

– MIZ

A man in Sweden was wondering what the hell was creating all the noise from his neighbour’s yard, to find a moose on the lash, stuck in a tree after consuming a few too many fermented apples.

Assisted by police and rescue officials, he successfully freed the inebriated animal by sawing off a few branches. Still hammered out of its antlers, the moose stumbled over to Johansson’s garden where it reportedly remains today.

– MIZ

In light of recent events, the British Tourist Authority has pulled its expensive ad campaign from overseas markets. Not to worry though, mashup maverick Ben Churchill has stepped up to offer the BTA some replacement visuals that may not be any more appropriate, but are certainly more timely.

– MIZ

Pop Chart Lab’s latest poster explores the very very many varieties of beer.

89 varieties + 200 representative quaffs + a dozen glassware recommendations = 6 sq. ft of beer-soaked goodness.

– MIZ

– MIZ

Scary baby mask maker Landon Meier recently unveiled his latest monstrosity: Charlie Sheen.

– MIZ

Professional photographers Joe Ayala and Larry Chen were returning from a gig in Florida and ended up with an overnight layover at Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport.

Since they already had $30k of camera equipment ready to go, they used the time to make “Stuck” a video of pranks they pulled in the airport.

The vid has airport officials a little concerned, especially the parts where Chen uses the airport PA system and sneaks a beer from an unattended restaurant. But it’s nice to see airport security showing a sense of humour for a change.

– MIZ