Walking down 
the aisle, 18 times…

Nothing like a bit of excitement to keep the romance alive in a marriage, you said?


Published: Sat 21 Dec 2013, 8:28 PM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 11:19 AM

Well, this couple from Tucson in Arizon has taken that saying so seriously that they inject a massive dose of excitement into their relationship by marrying every year!

Yes, that’s right. Every year , months before their wedding anniversary comes around, the couple head to the jeweller to buy wedding rings for themselves and new clothes for their marriage. Then they book tickets to exotic locations where they renew their marriage vows by getting married all over again. Till now they have got married in Scotland, the Bahamas and Maui, among others and looking forward to getting married many more times.

Roberta O’Key, the bride, told her husband Chris on their honeymoon that she wished she could retain the bliss of feeling newly married forever and that proved to be the catalyst for their decision to get married every year. This year they will log their 19th wedding and they will celebrate it with their usual wedding cake with pineapple filling We wish them all the very best. Matches , after all, are made in heaven….

Calling the shots on the cops

This Japanese woman has something against the local police in her neighborhood because nothing else can explain why she made 15,000 calls to the cops, in just 6 months.

Tired from the constant nagging by the woman, the cops landed at her house to arrest her after she made over 900 calls to them on a single day, regardless of their constant warning to stop pestering them. She is now likely to face a 3 year jail term and some US $5000 in penalty.

Before they arrested her the cops visited her several times to find out why she kept calling them but in vain. She continued her pranks till they had no other choice but take action .The police said there is nothing wrong with her emotionally or mentally and that was not the reason why she kept calling them.

Oh well, it takes all kinds to make this world.


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