An Oklahoma KFC plays porn for its customers: The week in weird news

Plus: The world's worst car theft leaves the scene of the crime with only a stolen doggie bag in tow

Published April 10, 2015 9:26PM (EDT)

    (Gerald Whalen)
(Gerald Whalen)

The world's worst car theft leaves the scene of the crime with only a stolen doggie bag in tow.

Iowa police reported Wednesday that someone broke into a parked truck outside a Des Moines home. According to the police report, the only thing missing from the truck after the break-in was a small bag filled with dog feces. Well done, car theft. You're going to be greeted with a welcome-tunnel of high-fives when you return home.  (Huffington Post)

$70 thousand worth of bull semen was stolen from a Minnesota farm.

According to Mower County Sheriff Terese Amazi, a man reported Tuesday that a huge vial of bull semen had been stole from his unlocked barn. The man told police that he had only left the farm for a few hours on the afternoon of Easter Sunday. Austin Daily Herald reports: "The canister was worth about $500, and the vials of semen were worth from $300 to $1,500 apiece." (Austin Daily Herald)

An Oklahoma KFC plays porn for its customers.

In a NSFW video that has now been viewed over 500 thousand times, a customer at an Oklahoma KFC sits down in the dining area to find that porn is playing on the overhead monitors. Rodrigo Coronel,  KFC spokesman, said in a statement that it was an “isolated incident.” "We apologize for any negative dining experiences that may have occurred as a result of the restaurant’s TV being changed without our awareness or permission to a station showing inappropriate content," the spokesman said. (New York Daily News)

A family’s cabin is plucked from its spot and discovered 10 miles away.

The Hempels family’s cabin which once sat on their 20-acre property in northeastern Washington was found, tucked into the woods 10 miles away. "We believe the person who stole this cabin, or people who stole the cabin, were planning on living in it," the sheriff said, according to KXLY. One neighbor reported seeing the cabin being hauled away on the back of a trailer in broad daylight. (Newser)

IKEA is now cracking down on customers at the Beijing store who sleep on furniture. (Which, if you know Beijing IKEA, happens a-lllot)

The story of customers at IKEA’s Beijing branch inexplicably falling asleep on furniture has been circulating for nearly a year now.  A photographer even made a viral photo-series out of the hilarious -- and surprisingly common -- spectacle. Shanghailist reports this week that the phenomenon has gotten way out of hand and that the Beijing branch will “no longer be allowing this 'sampling' of the bedding.” (Mirror)

By Colin Gorenstein

Colin Gorenstein is Salon's assistant editor of internet and viral content. Follow @colingorenstein or email

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