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Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" music video was recreated using a pendulum statue at Grand Valley State, which was not happy with its students' antics.

The Allendale, Mich., college boasts a pendulum statue comprised of a 42-inch steel ball hanging on a 50-foot cable. It's one serious "Wrecking Ball."

Used by numerous drunk students to produce naked Vines.

This got so bad that the school intervened. The campus landmark, which has been up for years, has since been taken down. According to reports:

"After several naked Vine videos imitating Miley Cyrus, Grand Valley State University has taken down the pendulum structure better known as the GV Wrecking Ball."

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Rest easy, Miley Cyrus. You are no longer the most offensive individual in the country.

An LSU fraternity has apologized for hanging a sign Saturday that referenced the deadly 1970 shooting on the campus of Kent State, prior to the schools doing battle on the football field.

The sign read: "Getting Massacred Is Nothing New to Kent St."
 

LSU Fraternity Sign

On May 4, 1970, National Guard officers opened fire on protesting students, killing four in the process.

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Has Twerking actually been banned in a small town in Louisiana?

According to reports, the "dance" craze Miley Cyrus helped popularize has become a criminal offense in DeQuincy, punishable by fines and up to 30 days in jail.

And we thought the saggy pants ban (a real thing) was bad.

A criminal offense? Miley has a lot of haters, yes, but ... jail?!

While Twerking can get you suspended from school (see Scripps Ranch Twerk Team) or shamed by your parents (see above), that seems extreme, no?

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Note to potential bank robbers:

You may want to just leave the car running.

Earlier this month, Andrew Laviguer held up a Wells Fargo branch in Portland, Oregon and made off with a hefty sum of money... but without his car keys.

As a result, police were able to easily apprehend the criminal, who has allegedly struck more than once in the area. Watch the following video to learn just how many banks Laviguer may have robbed and join us in wondering how it took so long for him to be caught:

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Event planner David Tutera and his ex-husband, Ryan Jurica, are making headlines because of the custody arrangement they worked out after splitting.

Tutera is raising his biological daughter Cielo. Jurica, will raise his own biological son and Cielo’s fraternal twin, Cedric. Yes, they're splitting them up.

Tutera, whose breakup occurred while a surrogate was carrying the twins, says it was "very confusing time" and their situation was far from ideal.

“The divorce happened so quickly after the [embryo] transfer was successful that there wasn’t time to mourn the loss of raising a second child," he said.

"I was mourning the loss of my relationship.”

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Take this, Flash Mob proposals!

Following last year's viral sensation of a man popping the question to his girlfriend at Bryant Park, and the more recent example of a Home Depot Flash Mob helping a boyfriend shock his mate, Patrick Mcmenamin got down on one knee at Saturday's South Carolina home football game against Vanderbilt.

Using a local TV crew to distract Leanna Smith, Patrick made this an afternoon to remember for all in the vicinity.

Watch the proposal now and raise a Keystone Light to this brave college student:

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An unarmed man seeking help after a car crash over the weekend was shot 10 times by the Charlotte police officer who's now charged in his death.

Officer Randall Kerrick fired 12 times at 24-year-old Jonathan Ferrell early Saturday while responding to a breaking and entering call, reports say.

Ten of the bullets hit the former Florida A&M University football player. Kerrick was charged with voluntary manslaughter and will appear in court Tuesday.

At a news conference, family members said that Ferrell had moved to North Carolina to be with his fiancee about a year ago and was working two jobs.

They said he was likely unfamiliar with the area he was driving when he crashed early Saturday. Ferrell's mother said she was praying for Kerrick.

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Aaron Alexis has been identified as one of the men behind Monday's shooting at the Washington, D.C., Navy Yard, where 13 at least people died.

Washington Mayor Vincent Gray said that Alexis, a 34-year-old from Fort Worth, Texas, was shot during an exchange with a Metro Police officer.

"As far as we know, it's an isolated incident," Gray said.

"We have no known motive at this stage."

The mayor said there was "no reason at this stage" to believe it was terrorism, but would not rule it out as officials try to investigate what happened.

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A man in Wales was arrested for getting naked and attempting to have sex with a Land Rover. Even more incredible? He goes by the self-proclaimed nickname "Hotcock."

Daniel Cooper, 24, was convicted of of indecent exposure.

Hotcock will not serve jail time, but has been banned from going outside between 7 p.m.-7 a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the next three months.

The order stems from an August 18 incident where Cooper was caught on surveillance video getting naked and then grinding against a blue 4x4 Land Rover Discovery.

Cooper later told the court that he was so drunk at the time, he did not even remember the auto-erotic encounter (that was just too easy) until he saw the video.

The Land Rover was not available for comment at press time.

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Police are searching for a shooter who opened fire at the Washington Navy Yard, the military and multiple news agencies have confirmed on Twitter.

Several people have been injured, according to the DC Fire Union.

The U.S. Navy alerted Twitter users that there are "reports of fatalities," and the Navy is reporting that at least 10 people were injured Monday morning.

MSNBC reports that a naval security guard was among those shot.

The suspect was reportedly inside the Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters building at 8:20 a.m. About 3,000 people work in the building.

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