Urban Legends Reference Pages: Daily Snopes: ()   Man Jailed for Porn After Cellphone Pictures   (Reuters)
  • A man who used a cellphone to take nude pictures of his girlfriend and then posted them on the Internet has been jailed for distributing child pornography in what officials say is Canada's first criminal conviction involving camera phones.

  •   Excavation Boom Damages Car Dealership   (Associated Press)
  • A dynamite explosion at an excavation site blasted hundreds of rocks as big as beach balls across a street, breaking windows and damaging new cars at a dealership.

  •   Lewis and Clark's List: Opium and 'Portable Soup'   (Reuters)
  • Opium, inkstands, sealing wax and "portable soup" were all on the list of explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who launched an epic journey into the unknown American West exactly 200 years ago.

  •   Suggestive Bunny Billboard in Times Square   (Associated Press)
  • A Swatch watch ad at Broadway and West 45th Street in New York features a larger-than-life close-up of the "Bunnysutra" — two cartoon bunnies in what seem to be intimate positions.

  •   Italian Cops Add Lamborghini to Fleet   (Associated Press)
  • Italy's state police have presented a sleek new addition: a Lamborghini Gallardo, with a top speed of 192 mph.

  •   Phone Rage in Fargo   (Associated Press)
  • A man who said he was fed up with his cellular phone service went to a Fargo mall and started hurling phones across a store, striking an employee and causing more than $2,000 in damage.

  •   Frogman Living in Bog Arrested for Arson   (Reuters)
  • A German frogman who lives on a swampy island and wears a combat-style diving suit and black face paint has been arrested for suspected arson attacks on two yachts.

  •   Motorist Sets Own Gas Price   (Associated Press)
  • A 71-year-old Ontario man filled his car with $25 worth of fuel, paid the attendant what he considered to be "the fair price" — $20 in cash — and drove off. But not before leaving his name, phone number and address so police could find him.

  •   Ohio Woman Gets Honor 51 Years After Kiss   (Associated Press)
  • A woman whose stolen kiss in a long-gone era kept her out of the National Honor Society will be inducted 51 years late.

  •   Hitler Wax Figure in New Berlin Home   (Reuters)
  • A controversial wax figure of Adolf Hitler which provoked an uproar in Germany and abroad is back on display in Berlin and winning public approval.

  •   Stallone Files Suit Alleging "Rocky" Projects Were Thwarted   (Associated Press)
  • Actor Sylvester Stallone has sued Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. and a production company, claiming they stymied his efforts to make a sequel and Broadway musical based on the "Rocky" film franchise.

  •   Short Story Printed Only Through Tattoos   (Associated Press)
  • Rob Poulos is a walking fragment of literature. Tattooed on his left wrist is a single word, lowercase, followed by a comma and quotation marks — back," — as if it was lifted from the end of a line of dialogue.