DIN­ING DIS­AS­TER

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OMG in­deed! A restau­rant in Ja­pan makes peo­ple check their clothes at the door — and turns away over­weight din­ers

NUDE RESTAU­RANT OPENS IN JA­PAN — BUT NO FAT PEO­PLE AL­LOWED!

Don’t or­der the soup or any other hot dish at Am­rita restau­rant in Tokyo. One spill will change your life for­ever, be­cause din­ers must be naked! We also sug­gest watch­ing your diet be­fore going, as the restau­rant, which touts a “naked and pure” din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, will turn away any­one 33 pounds or more over the av­er­age weight for their height. Our big­gest ques­tion: Where do we store our credit card?

FIRE­FIGHT­ERS RES­CUE GIRL FROM BAR­NEY HEAD

An Alabama teen who wanted to prank her friends by donning a Bar­ney head was not singing “I love you, you love me” after she got stuck and needed to be res­cued. After al­most an hour, the girls drove their friend to a nearby fire sta­tion. “When they walked in, you couldn’t help but start laugh­ing,” says Trussville Fire Lt. Vince Bruno, who made small cuts at the base of the head to ex­tri­cate the 15-yearold. “We tried to be professional, and she was a lit­tle dis­traught, but we had to gig­gle about it.”

HEY, ANDY: HOW’S THAT SOBER HOUSE WORK­ING OUT FOR YOU?

Andy Dick, 50, was snapped walk­ing shirt­less in the mid­dle of über-traf­ficky Pa­cific Coast High­way in Mal­ibu on June 20. His I’m-playing-in-traf­fic stroll was down the road from the Soba Re­cov­ery Cen­ter. The trou­bled co­me­dian has been to re­hab a re­ported 13 times. Do we hear a 14 … ?

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