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Folks get arrested for drunk driving all the time.

But only Dina Lohan blames a DUI on the paparazzi. And only Tony Caulder has a story like this:

The 51-year old Maine resident allegedly hopped aboard his lawn mower this month in order to make a beer run.

But convenience store employees turned the inebriated Caulder away due to his wobbly state, followed him outside to make sure he didn't get behind the wheel and then called the Kennebunk police after he rode away on his unusual vehicle.

Lawn Mower Pic

Authorities tell WMTW-TV that they charged Caulder with operating under the influence after they tracked him down not long after his alcohol rejection.

In other unexpected lawn mower news, a crocodile once tried to eat one.

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Today, October 29, is National Cat Day 2013. Or as those of us who spend any time online call it, Tuesday. We kid ... mostly. This is an actual thing today.

What day isn't National Cat Day, though? Do we really need a designated event to bow down to our adorable feline friends who rule the world wide web?

No, but if it helps encourage their adoption, we're all for it.

The event was first started in 2005, and this year organizers are hoping to find 10,000 shelter animals new homes. So really, what are you waiting for?

If you're looking for a furry companion and ready for the responsibility, check out your local shelter or head over to the ASPCA adoption site or Petfinder.com.

Not convinced? Looking for us to make the case for you and kill some more time at work/school? Check out some of our other favorite cat pics and videos ...

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Move over, Barneys New York. Macy's has also been slapped with a lawsuit by actor Robert Brown, who accuses the luxury store of racial profiling.

The New York Post reports that Brown, best known for starring opposite Sean Connery in Finding Forrester, has filled a civil lawsuit against Macy's.

He is also suing the New York Police Department, claiming that he was unlawfully searched by undercover police officers there on June 8, 2013.

Brown, 29, was stopped after making a purchase at the Sunglass Hut store located inside Macy's flagship location in New York City's Herald Square.

His story sounds very similar to that of the college student claiming he was arrested for buying a belt at Barneys in a story that went viral last week.

According to the Manhattan Supreme Court suit, the African-American Brown presented his ID to cops but “was told that his identification was false."

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A Michigan man was killed in a car accident as he followed an ambulance carrying his sister, who had just committed suicide, according to a tragic report.

Brenda Tucker, 21, was at her family-owned bar early Sunday morning in Detroit when she took a gun, walked into a back room, and shot herself.

Her uncle, Eddie Falbo, said that his niece suffered from depression.

“She grabbed a gun, and I took it away from her head,” Falbo said.

“Others were talking to her. I came out the door and heard, 'pop.' It was terrible. There were about eight to 10 people in the bar ... everyone heard it.”

An ambulance took her to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Then the story took another unexpected, unbelievably tragic turn for the worst.

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Strangers wanting to touch your belly is something almost every pregnant woman goes through. It's often awkward and always a bit of a social faux pas.

Now in the state of Pennsylvania, it's also against the law.

A man is facing harassment charges for doing just that, and Keystone State lawmakers felt so strongly about it that they passed legislation to prevent it.

Yes, it is now illegal for a stranger to touch a pregnant woman's stomach without consent. Crazy as that sounds, it will likely dissuade a few people.

That alone makes it a win, albeit a bit of an overreach.

Don't ask us why a person would go groping the stomach of someone they don't know. It's like George from Seinfeld and his "fabric feel" move. Only worse.

Apparently this is a bad enough trend that one state had to formally stop it, in any case. So quit rubbing cute baby bumps of people you don't know ... cute as they may be.

You tell us: Anti-pregnant belly touching law ...

 

For a look at some we'd consider touching - with the stars' permission, of course - heck out some of our favorite celebrity baby bumps after the jump ...

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Tragic news today out of the music world:

The tour bus carrying Jason Aldean and members of his crew stuck and killed a pedestrian in Knox, County Indiana around 1:30 a.m., sheriff department officials confirm.

The victim has been identified as Albert Kennedy and the police report states that he "walked out into the middle of the roadway" while the vehicle was traveling northbound on US 41.

Jason Aldean at the ACMs

It has been confirmed that Aldean was on the bus at the time of the accident, with the coroner pronouncing Kennedy dead "from trauma to the head and chest."

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Just when we thought it couldn't get any cooler than a moonwalking Michael Jackson comprised of human bodies, the Ohio State University marching band proves us wrong and becomes none other than the Man of Steel.

(Okay, Superman might not be cooler than Michael Jackson. But he's at least as cool as Michael Jackson.)

But don't just take our word for it.

Fans at this past Saturday's Ohio State-Penn State game were entertained during halftime by the sounds of Hollywood.

OSU performed selections from "Man of Steel," at one point splitting into two groups to form a falling building and the caped crusader who flew toward the impending wreckage and righted the structure.

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Jessica Eaves was minding her own business, grabbing a few essentials at the grocery store when a man walked past her. Two aisles over, she realized her wallet was missing.

Eaves found a way to resolve the situation without getting the authorities involved.

Instead of calling the police or alerting the store's manager, Eaves confronted the man when she spotted him on a crowded aisle.

She said to him, "I think you have something of mine. I'm gonna give you a choice. You can either give me my wallet and I'll forgive you right now, and I'll even take you to the front and pay for your groceries." 

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In the stroll seen (and read about) 'round the world, Duchess Kate and Prince William have finally settled on a stroller for their baby boy, Prince George. 

A $2,350 Silver Cross stroller to be exact, "the Rolls Royce of prams."

They're just like the rest of us, you guys.

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George

Silver Cross, an England-based baby goods company, has been manufacturing baby prams for over 130 years and supplied the first baby carriage to George VI for Princess Elizabeth in 1913. 

"Silver Cross have provided royalty across the world with their prams and are delighted that the Duke and Duchess have chosen the premier British brand for Prince George" a representative of the company states.

The Royal Couple christened Prince George last week in a ceremony at St. James' Palace presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 

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It might sound like something from a Hitchcock film, but people, this is real life. Move over fire ants, there's a new sheriff in town! 

Crazy ants, more specifically known as the Tawny crazy ants, a species native to Brazil and Argentina, are making their way across the southeastern United States. And they're taking out fire ant colonies and disrupting ecosystems in their process and they don't care who knows it.

They're like honey badgers. Except ants. They don't give a...

Crazy ants are an invasive species with the potential to altar the ecological balance of the United States. Where fire ants once flourished, they're being wiped out by this omnivorous South American ant. 

Less fire ants seems like a good thing, yes? Well, it's not.

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