If you’ve ever had your girlfriend playfully say something like, “You could TOTALLY fit me in your suitcase” while you packed for a business trip to Hawaii, show her this story: a man in his 60s was stopped at a train station in Terespol, Poland, when authorities noticed he was having trouble moving a REALLY overstuffed suitcase. When asked to open it up, out popped his 30-something wife, whom he was attempting to bring on the train without paying for an extra ticket. Guess it's safe to say that, despite the age difference, she was probably not with him for his money.
Just because what was called “lawless graffiti” in the '80s is now dubbed “street art” doesn't make it any less lawless. Which is why the two California men caught going all subway station on the Roman Coliseum -- and then Instagramming a selfie of themselves in front of it -- are just plain stupid, and not artistic at all.
Getting to the very top of a slowly ascending roller coaster and having the car stop JUST before the drop is kinda like someone stopping a really good rendition of "In the Air Tonight" right before the drum solo. So imagine the adrenaline-ruining frustration of all the folks on the California Screamin’ coaster at Disney California Adventures when some jackass pulled out a selfie stick at the peak of the coaster and caused the whole thing to be shut down for TWO hours.
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Matt Meltzer is a staff writer for Thrillist who got his pet boa certified as a comfort animal so everyone will be cool with it. Follow his travels on Instagram: @meltrez1.