Slideshows: Weird

Snake has surgery after eating towel

Warning: Some of these may be considered offensive.

Rejected Florida License Plates

Photo courtesy TNT Corlis via CNN

Epic Battle: Snake vs. Crocodile

Student scores prom date with Texans cheerleader

A statue of the Virgin Mary, that residents say "weeps" oil, has attracted thousands of visitors in the last week to an apartment belonging to the Khoury family, in Tarshiha, a small Israeli town near the Lebanon border, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. The family says it is most striking when a "tear" seems to roll down the statues cheek. Parts of the statue appear to be slick with moisture, even after it is wiped off. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

Thousands flock to 'weeping' Mary statue in Israel

Santa Ana Police Officer Sondra Berg holds a python Wednesday Jan. 29, 2014, in Santa Ana, Calif., after serving a warrant on the home of William Buchman, who has been arrested for investigation of neglect in the care of animals, after authorities found at least 300 living and dead pythons in plastic bins inside Buchmans stench-filled suburban home. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Hundreds Of Snakes And Rodents Found Inside California Man's Home

Steven Gove of Manitowoc, Wis., talks about how lucky he was to escape serious injury after he was stuck in the windshield of a moving car. Gove says he was struck Jan.18 while riding his three-wheeled bicycle. (AP Photo)

Cyclist stuck in windshield: 'Hi, I'm the guy you hit'

The display proposed by the Satanic Temple was denied access to the Florida Capitol rotunda after Department of Management Services officials deemed it "grossly offensive" Photo provided by the Department of Management Services

Satanic Temple holiday display denied, 'grossly offensive'

South Korean divers clad in Santa Claus costumes swim with sardines at the Coex Aquarium on December 8, 2013 in Seoul, South Korea. Even though the official religion of South Korea is Buddhism, about 30 percent of the country is Christian and Christmas is one of the biggest holidays to be celebrated in South Korea. Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Santa Claus goes swimming

Black Friday chaos at Puerto Rico Walmarts

An LDS Bishop went undercover as a homeless man in his congregation last Sunday.  He wanted to use his disguise as a tool to teach on compassion this Thanksgiving. Images courtesy KUTV-CBS.

Mormon bishop in homeless disguise teaches lesson

The odds are astronomical, but 7-year-old Steven Lippard may have been struck by tiny, pebble-sized fragments of a meteorite. (Photo courtesy WPEC CBS 12)

Was Florida boy hit by meteorite fragments?

Family dog shot with arrows

This security camera image provided by the Chicago Transit Authority shows a woman with a two-foot-long alligator aboard a CTA Blue Line train early in the morning of Nov. 1, 2013 in Chicago. Authorities are searching for the woman, who they believe discarded the reptile at OHare International Airport. The two-foot-long alligator was captured hours later after a maintenance worker found it under an escalator in a baggage claim area. (AP Photo/Chicago Transit Authority)

Images show woman on Chicago train with alligator

Surveillance image shows 48-year-old Chuck Barry flashing what appears to be a police badge in the drive-thru of a Dunkin Donuts.

Man pretends to be a cop for discount donuts

Man goes on rampage after car crash

Munchkin cat baffled by water balloons

Wildlife officials successfully removed an arrow from this 5-month-old deers head. (Photo courtesy of Susan Darrah)

Arrow removed from deer's head

Photos courtesy KCTV5

Boy, 13, suspended for carrying Vera Bradley purse

Video shows man setting wife on fire at gas station

A coati is seen in a Zephyrhills back yard Thursday morning. Photo courtesy Pasco County Sheriffs Office

Coati spotted in Zephyrhills yard

Men cannonball jump onto swimming manatees

Tucked away in the Adirondack mountain range, Whitehall, New York has been a hot bed of Bigfoot activity for hundreds of years.

Upstate New York a Bigfoot hotspot?

'Occult' altar with possible human bones found

A statue by Czech sculptor David Cerny is placed on the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic, Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. A Czech artist known for his anti-communist stance has floated a huge statue of a hand making an obscene gesture on Pragues main river, days before parliamentary elections that could give the communists a taste of power almost a quarter-century after they were ousted. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Czech artwork makes obscene gesture to president

A driver sleeping in his truck in the middle of the road caused a major traffic jam in Atlanta. Photos courtesy WSB-TV via CNN

Atlanta man falls asleep behind wheel, causes traffic jam

Michael Spann has a rare condition that causes him to bleed from his eyes. Spann wants to know why he bleeds – an answer that he may never get. / John Partipilo / The Tennessean

Tennessee man cries blood

A rogue pot bellied pig has, for the past five weeks, been randomly appearing in various yards along Tiffin Avenue, digging up grass and startling neighbors. Bonnine and Art King have placed a live trap, baited with fruit and vegetables, but the pig has only seemed to mock the trap, eating the grass around it.

Rogue pig evades captors in Des Moines

Montana Fulkerson and her best friend Dalton Wiggs show off their homecoming attire. However, the teens have been disqualified for running as homecoming king and queen due to "inappropriate activity."

High School students banned from homecoming

Images of a suspect who police say was seen bashing in the SUV's window. (credit: NYPD)

Motorcycle gang chases SUV after fender bender

Two gibbons, named Caylee and Cody, were stolen from a home in Nebraska. The animals were recovered by Lee County by deputies on Thursday.

Florida deputies recover stolen gibbons

Charles Ross runs out on the field as he is tackled at second base by security during the fifth inning at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Streaker runs out onto field during Rays game

A frog (circled in red) is caught in the blast during the Friday LADEE moon mission launch at NASA Wallops Flight Facility. / NASA image by Chris Perry

'NASA Frog' is blasted off the ground during rocket launch

Transatlantic 'Up'-like balloon adventure a bust

Picture courtesy WTSP Channel 10 News Producer Bryan Friesen

Fan arrested after grabbing Rays mascot at Red Sox game

Firefighters had to rescue a man who fell 20 feet down a chimney at the apartment building where he lives, but no one knows how or why the man was there. Photos courteys KIRO-TV

Firefighters rescue man stuck in chimney

Denver activists give away pot to protest taxes

Woman has .341 BAC at football game, tweets #yolo

Buddha exercises on an underwater treadmill at Animalia veterinary clinic in Franklin. / Shelley Mays / The Tennessean

Fat cat slims down with water treadmill

Man wears sign apologizing for threatening police

Men punished for stealing purple chicken

Image courtesy the Assumption Parish Police Jury

Large sinkhole swallows trees

Pikachu, Link and Simba 'kidnapped' from South Tampa yard

District Superintendent Merv Daugherty tops off the tower with a Lego red schoolhouse, the symbol of the district.

Delaware's record-breaking LEGO tower

Dennis Komsa of Paterson threw this jar, with a note and nickle for a stamp, into the waters off Seaside Heights nearly 50 years ago. Superstorm Sandy washed the jar onto the property of Sharon Roher of Kearney Avenue. Her brother, Norman Stanton, found it when he was helping to clean up debris on her property. / PETER ACKERMAN/APP STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

50-year-old message-in-a-jar surfaces, thanks to Sandy

Emmie Field holds her 18-month-old son Carter in her arms and a baggie containing a worm she says she sucked up with the first sip of a Capri Sun Fruit Punch drink she was planning to give to her son. Her daughter Ryleigh, 4, stands at her side. / GILLIS BENEDICT/DAILY PRESS & ARGUS

Mom finds worm in toddler's juice drink

Crawl through a colossal colon!

The "butter cow" sculpture has been a staple to the Iowa State Fair every year since 1911. Vandals doused the 2013 cow in red paint, but the damage was quickly scraped away and the iconic cow is back on display.  Here is a look at previous butter cows from the past century. Photos courtesy The Des Moines Register and the Iowa State Fair.

Iowa State Fair's famous 'butter cow' sculptures through the years

Skinny dippers warned of testicle-biting fish

12-year-old finds 5.16 carat diamond

Florida woman panhandles for new boobs

Jim Dreyer rests and gets oxygen as he gets his vitals checked after arriving at Belle Isle beach on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, at the completion of his 22-mile swim while pulling two thousand pounds of bricks with him. / Jessica Trevino/Detroit Free Press

Man finishes swim to Detroit hauling bricks for Habitat for Humanity

15-ton 'fatberg' blasted out of London sewer

Sinkhole swallows car in South Florida

Courtesy: Joe MacGown, MS Entomological Museum

Car infested with ants is one for the history books!

This fading, metal fallout shelter sign is outside a rear entrance to Watkins Glen Middle School. The capacity stamped on it is illegible and reads either 295 or 395 persons.

Fallout shelters found under middle school

This photo shows the Organic Transits ELF bike in a parking lot in Reston, Va. Its the closest thing yet to Fred Flintstones footmobile... only with solar panels and a futuristic shape. Its an “Organic Transit Vehicle,” a car-bicycle blend also known as an ELF bike, and 65-year-old family therapist Mark Stewart is taking it on a 1,200-mile journey along the East Coast Greenway, a bike and pedestrian trail that runs from Florida to Canada. (AP Photo/Valerie Bonk)

Not a car or bicycle, but a blend: an ELF vehicle

Kyle Kandilian displays Blaberus Giganteus, species of cockroach, in his breeding room at his Dearborn home on Monday July 22, 2013.

Kyle Kandilian: A man thrilled to live with roaches

Sea turtle released, but raccoon steals the spotlight

Margarette Kirsch, 84, of Merritt Island will be on an episode of Ink Master on the Spike TV channel. Photo courtesy Tim Shortt / FLORIDA TODAY

Adventure-loving 84-year-old loves TV show's offer of tattoo

Men steal $430 in candy

Shoplifter hides alligator under shirt

Divers have a VERY close encounter with humpback whales

Hernando deputies say 18-year-old Joseph Brannen, a wanna-be firefighter, is responsible for starting a fire at the East Hernando Branch Library earlier this month.

Deputies: Fake firefighter started library arson

A New Mexico man wants to identify a woman he caught on camera -- multiple times -- defecating next to his home during her morning jog. WARNING: Some images are graphic

Serial pooper caught on surveillance camera

A fan runs onto the field during the fifth inning of the 2013 All Star Game at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

NY man tackled after running onto field at All-Star game

Canadian recording artist and singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen throws out the first pitch before the game against the Houston Astros at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Carly Rae Jepsen: Worst first-pitch ever thrown?

Fugitive replies to Sheriff's Facebook posting

Norman the Scooter Dog breaks world record

A family of bears kept Marilyn Patton and her caretaker Deana Banks inside her home near the Grove Park Inn all day Thursday. The bears climbed an oak tree feet from her front door to wait out a storm. Images courtesy the Asheville Citizen-Times

Family of bears holds NC women hostage

(AP Photo/Daily Sitka Sentinel, James Poulson)

Man catches 200-year-old rockfish in Alaska

The new foot is held near Buttercup. / Photo from the Facebook page run by Feathered Angels for Buttercups progress / The Tennessean

Disabled duck walks on new foot, thanks to 3-D printing

Cop investigated for Instagram photos

Photo courtesy WXIA 11 Alive. Used with permission

Facebook bikini photo prompts lawsuit

2-year-old drives truck into neighbor's house

F-word, profanity found on sports bar receipt

Photo-booth teens caught on cam in credit fraud case

Dan Langley was hospitalized for 10 days. His doctor, Harold Cotler, had written a note to the prosecutor asking for the traffic tickets to be forgiven. Photo courtesy Tanya Breen, Asbury Park Press

Cops ticket man who had heart attack while driving

Two-faced kitten born in Oregon

Picture of the kittens when they were discovered. Photo courtesy WKYC

People rally after humane officer shoots feral kittens