Those aren't related stories, i just felt like putting them in the one thread
Mum calls police on gamer son
A US mother called the police because she could not get her son to stop playing his Sony Playstation.
Angela Mejia finally snapped when she woke 2.30am to find her 14-year-old son's light still on, reports the Boston Herald.
She had told him to go to sleep hours earlier - but found him still playing Grand Theft Auto in his room.
The pair, of Roxbury, Massachussetts, then got into an argument during which the single mother-of-four unplugged the boy's Playstation.
A furious Ms Mejia then called police, who came to the house and persuaded the boy to turn off the Playstation and go to sleep.
"They (the police) were just like, "Chill out. Go to bed"," the boy told the Herald.
Ms Mejia said she approves of sport-based videos, but not the ultra-violent Grand Theft Auto.
"I would never buy that kind of video. No way. I called the police because if you don't respect your mother, what are you going to do in your life?"lmao id understand if the shelf stacker was female... but smelling another dudes ***? really?Police hunt mystery bum sniffer
Police in Devon are hunting a man who repeatedly knelt behind a supermarket shelf stacker to smell his bottom.
The man was caught on CCTV creeping up on the unsuspecting worker at least 20 times as he stacked shelves at a Co-op store in Plymouth.
The footage shows him pretending to chose items from shelves before suddenly crouching down behind the employee.
The offences only came to light when the employee became suspicious and informed his manager who checked the in-store security video.
The victim - who cannot be named for legal reasons - said: "I had no idea what was going on. I thought it was all a bit strange. I was shocked and I couldn't believe he was in the aisle for that long."
DC Steve White of Plymouth police, said: "We are treating this incident very seriously and we would appeal to the public's help in tracking down this man.
"It is a bizarre incident and the shop was full of people. Someone must have seen the man and could well help us identify him."
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