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Summer movie season kicks off this week - so we assembled a panel to debate what the top 10 moneymakers of the summer will be!!
A police officer and a Good Samaritan rescued a turtle from potentially getting run over as it slowly tried to cross a busy roadway. In return, the cold-blooded reptile nearly ripped one of the cop’s fingers off with its powerful jaws. <p>According to the Prince William County Police Department, a turtle was spotted trying to make its way across Linton Hall Road near Alexandria, Virginia. Knowing that it didn’t stand a chance of doing so on its own, a woman produced a helpful red wagon to facilitate the journey. <p>That only left the small matter of placing the hefty turtle in the wagon. The video shows a police officer gingerly grabbing the turtle and hoisting it off the ground, but as soon as he lets go, the turtle repays his kindness with a surprisingly quick snap. <p>Once seated in his new ride, the turtle is luxuriously transported across the street thanks to a combined effort by the cop and the woman. Slow and steady wins the race indeed.
Things got a little too hot to handle for this would-be robber when he attempted to elude police capture only to wind up trapped in a fiery wreck with no hope of escaping on his own. <p>An officer tried to pull this guy over after receiving a tip that he was about to commit a robbery, but he instead drove off. Dashcam footage shows the suspect – known only by the nickname “Gold Teeth” at the time thanks to his, well, gold teeth – swerving his white van all over the road as he frantically tries to escape. He can be seen driving against traffic and over medians in order to shake his pursuers but nothing works. <p>Eventually, Gold Teeth loses control of the vehicle and winds up crashed on the side of the road as his van immediately goes up into flames. Unfortunately for him, the van landed on its driver’s side, rendering Gold Teeth incapable of getting out of the car. <p>A team of deputies swooped in to save the man, later identified as Scott Michael Beekman, and safely put him into custody.
We sent Nick Mundy, our resident Rock super-fan, to the set of the new Baywatch movie to get....really close... to The Rock!