This cartoon book named "Book of Bunny Suicides: Little Fluffy Rabbits Who Just Don't Want To Live Anymore" is being pulled from the shelves in China after a 12 year old committed suicide and four other kids attempted to kill themselves. The book is filled with cartoons of a cute bunny trying to kill itself in bizarre and often improbable ways, and is more morbid humor than kid's book. "The cartoon bunny's attempts to commit suicide are ridiculous. They're obviously meant to be funny. The pressures those poor children face come from reality, not a comic book," said the book publisher's marketing director.
Drunk guy arrested for humping a Chevy Blazer.
Kevin Smith's movie poster gets censored by the MPAA, replaced with stick figures, becomes more awesome.
Hubble finds "something" in previously empty region in space, and no one has even the faintest clue what the hell it is.
Bird's Nest Architects' Latest Unveiling: A vertigo-inducing Jenga apartment tower in NYC.
And now, high heels for babies.
23 Muslims were killed in a stampede of thousands in Indonesia trying to receive a cash handout for the holy month of Ramadan worth £2.36 each from a rich family.
Activist poledancers demand Olympic recognition.
Epic fail as streaker knocks self unconscious during game.
Vegetarians are six times more likely to have shrinking brains.
Satanists kill and eat four teenagers in Russia.
Babysitter sticks five month old in clothes dryer, turned it on and walked off because she was frustrated with him.
Prosecutors can’t use secret videotapes of a Watertown minister having sex with his comatose wife while she was in a nursing home because of what looks like a legal loophole. His lawyer called the case "tragic," arguing that he had a reasonable expectation of privacy, and that he "visited her daily, reading to her, praying with her."
Teacher gives lecture on photography to high school class using laptop and projector, gives them an assignment to start working on, starts looking at S&M porn on laptop, forgets that the projector is still running with the class of high schoolers watching the same thing he is. Hilarity ensues.
Fourth grader suspended for using a broken pencil sharpener.
Ten years of messages from Osama Bin Laden leaked onto Wikileaks. One message includes bin Laden's denial of having anything to do with the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania.
Star Trek's George Takei marries his partner in a Buddhist ceremony in Los Angeles.
Dog dials 911.
A fantastically horrible 1946 Disney film about menstruation, "The Story of Menstruation."
1,253 babies in China have gotten sick from drinking powered milk that had been intentionally spiked with melamine, a chemical used to make plastic tableware.
Meanwhile authorities in Naples are warning people not to buy bread made by the Mafia, as it is baked with carcinogenic wood.
Iraeli city to use DNA testing on dog poop to punish / reward dog owners.
Peugeot bringing a hybrid to Le Mans.