#RizzNews: Someone Thought It Was a Good Idea to Make Halloween Decorations Inspired by the Vegas Shooting? (PHOTO) A Man Ducks Out During a First Date . . . to Break Into the Woman's Car AND MORE
Someone Thought It Was a Good Idea to Make Halloween Decorations Inspired by the Vegas Shooting?
If you haven't put up your Halloween decorations yet . . . well, here's a perfect example of what NOT to do.
Someone in North Las Vegas put up their decorations on Tuesday . . . and their theme was the VEGAS SHOOTING.
They put up a banner that said "#VegasStrong" . . . put yellow police tape around their yard . . . and then put up 58 tombstones to represent the victims.
But they didn't exactly use respectful tombstones honoring each victim in their fake cemetery . . . instead they used the kitschy Halloween ones you buy at a store that say "RIP" and have fake spiders on them.
Maybe the person who put up the decorations thought it was a tribute, but NO ONE ELSE saw it that way . . . and after they got a ton of backlash on Facebook on Tuesday night, they took everything down.
A Man Ducks Out During a First Date . . . to Break Into the Woman's Car
This sounds like a terrible first date. But, you know, I've had worse.
A 35-year-old guy named George Morris from Cedar Rapids, Iowa went on a first date with a woman last month.
And at one point in the middle of their date, he ducked out of the bar . . . to break into the woman's car.
She got suspicious when he'd been gone for awhile, so she went outside . . . and saw that he'd broken her window with a ROCK and was stealing her cell phone and $20 out of her wallet.
She yelled at him and he took off running.
The cops tracked him down and arrested him. And he was charged with third-degree burglary, which could get him up to two years in prison.
I'm guessing there's not going to be a second date.
A Woman Is Catfished . . . Tracks Down the Male Model Whose Photos Were Used . . . and Now They're Dating
It's hard to think of a more RANDOM way for two people to fall in love than this.
There's a 33-year-old woman in London named Emma Perrier. And a few years ago, she was struggling after a bad breakup. So she did the online dating thing and met a VERY handsome dude named Ronnie.
But . . . it turned out she was being CATFISHED. And after she talked to him for six months and even said "I love you," she found out "Ronnie" was really a 53-year-old guy named Alan Stanley.
She was REALLY upset, and she decided to do an image search to figure out whose photos Alan had stolen to pose as Ronnie. It turned out to be a male model in Turkey named Adem Guzel.
Well, Emma contacted Adem to tell him about the catfishing . . . and then THEY started talking. And earlier this year, they decided to meet . . . and they fell in love.
(Here are pictures of Emma and Adem.)