A FUNERAL parlour in the United States has found a novel way of attracting new business - offer prospective cadavers a free pizza with the lot!
The Krause Funeral Home sent out thousands of postcards to people with the offer of a free pie if they come in and chat about planning their own death.
Offering potential clients the chance to chow down on a meal packed with salty, saturated fatty goodness while discussing their own mortality - well that’s just incentive marketing at its best.
THE HARMLESS pursuit of some novelty sauna hats has gone horribly wrong for one woman shopping on Amazon who instead received a Cuban cancer drug made from scorpion venom.
After Meagan Day purchased the item from a user in the Ukraine going by the highly dubious handle “Russian Bear”, the package finally arrived a month later packed full of vials filled with a strange blue liquid.
As strange as injecting scorpion venom may sound as a treatment for cancer, it still makes more sense than intentionally donning weird headwear in the sauna.
Day recently vented her frustration about the erroneous item on Twitter.
“I just wanted to schvitz in style, now I’m an illegal venom owner,” she complained.