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  • Customer threw iguana at restaurant manager, police say

    PAINESVILLE, Ohio (AP) " Authorities say a customer at an Ohio restaurant pulled out a turquoise iguana from under his shirt, swung it around and threw it at the manager.Police say the Madison man walked into Perkins Restaurant in Painesville, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Cleveland, on Tuesday. He laid down in a booth, threw a menu at a waitress then threw the lizard at the manager who tried to talk to him.Authorities did not say what provoked the attack. [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • Elderly woman mugged while leaving bank, police say

    Police provided surveillance video of the incident.

    WCVB
  • Man accused of throwing iguana at restaurant manager, police say

    The 49-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and animal cruelty.

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Man threw iguana at manager inside Ohio restaurant, police say

    PAINESVILLE, Ohio – A man is facing charges after a bizarre incident inside a Painesville restaurant involving an iguana. Officers were called to the Perkins on Mentor Avenue just before noon Tuesday. Police said the 49-year-old man removed an iguana from his shirt and swung it around his head by its tail, according to WJW. The suspect then reportedly threw the lizard at the manager. Officers found the suspect a few blocks away and charged him with disorderly conduct, resisting [

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  • Man threw iguana at manager inside Painesville restaurant, police say

    PAINESVILLE, Ohio– A man is facing charges after a bizarre incident inside a Painesville restaurant. Officers were called to the Perkins on Mentor Avenue just before noon on Tuesday. Police said a 49-year-old man removed an iguana from his shirt and swung it around his head by its tail. The suspect then threw the lizard at the manager, according to Painesville police. Officers found the suspect a few blocks away. The man was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and [

    fox8.com
  • Buy Netflix as it becomes a global 'cultural necessity,' Deutsche Bank says

    Deutsche Bank raised its rating on Netflix shares to buy from hold on Tuesday as the streaming service is becoming "more like a platform every day," the firm said, rather than just another app on people's phones.

    CNBC
  • Outer Banks beach flasher strikes twice in two days, police say. Who is he?

    Police in Kitty Hawk on the North Carolina Outer Banks are looking for a man who exposed himself on the beach twice in two days, they say. The suspect was near the dune line around the Kitty Hark RV Park.

    charlotteobserver