Ted Shuttleworth, a one-time TV writer whose credits include a brief stint on “NYPD Blue,” was arrested over the weekend after he punched a poodle so hard that it died.
According to the New York Post, Shuttleworth allegedly hit his 4.5 pound dog on May 29. When the 51-year-old noticed something was wrong, he took the dog to the vet, where it died.
The vet’s staff became suspicious of the incident and called the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which performed a necropsy. ASPCA spokesman Joseph Pentangelo told the newspaper:
“Lola sustained a traumatic brain injury secondary to the application of blunt force to the right side of her head at the hands of the suspect, her owner.”
Shuttleworth’s wife, Isadora Monk Shuttleworth, defended her husband, called the incident “a horrible accident.”
CREEPY VIDEO: Mysterious “Disappearing Woman” At Airport
A woman in the background of a live interview appears to disappear. Of course, the only explanation is that the woman that crosses in front of her blocks her as they both simultaneously walk in the same direction… right? I mean, right?? That said, how come this woman hasn’t come forward yet??? What the hell? Does she not know everyone thinks she is a ghost or an alien?
WHERE ARE YOU MYSTERY WOMAN?!?
VIRAL: Woman’s Story of McRib Showdown Will Have You Saying “McScuse Me?”
Carla knew her night was off to a bad start when the drive through at McDonalds was backed up. It only got worse from there, for all involved.
Whether this is real or not, I’m not bringing the expression of “McScuse me” into my daily vocabulary.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE VIDEO: Fingerbreaking Is A Thing. People Really Do This.
Fingerbreaking is essentially breakdancing with your fingers. People do this! Most notably, Lilach Chen who came up with fingerbreaking in 2004 and her videos have about 32 million views.
Most notably, Lilach Chen who came up with fingerbreaking in 2004 and her videos have about 32 million views. The Red Bull BC One break-dancing competition now includes it in their competition, and the people who enter are supplied with a pair of tiny sneakers. (Because these too exist) a miniature boom box, and a variety of street dance backdrops to choose from.
For those of you who may think this is a waste of someone’s time, let’s at least give them the possibility that this is great for joint flexibility in your later years. And as you watch this video, you’ll find it pretty captivating!