Weird BUT true

New York Post - - NEWS - David K. Li, Wires

A Trump fan is of­fended by Star­bucks’ off-the-wall an­tics.

Kayla Hart, 46, wore her “Trump for Pres­i­dent 2016” T-shirt into a Star­bucks in Char­lotte, NC. When she got her drink, writ­ten on the cup in­stead of her name were the words “Build A Wall.”

“They shouted out, ‘Build a wall,’ and shoved a drink at me and then all the baris­tas in the back started crack­ing up laugh­ing,” Hart com­plained.

Star­bucks apol­o­gized.

These punks messed with the wrong home­owner.

Sur­veil­lance video shows the man pulling out a ma­chete when faced with five ban­dits who broke into his Sara­sota, Fla., home, of­fi­cials said.

Four of the perps took off while the home­owner held the fifth. All five young men have been ar­rested.

An Ohio woman was re­united with her pet tor­toise, who went on the lam — very slowly — about two weeks ago.

Otis, a Cal­i­for­nia desert tor­toise, got loose in Can­ton and was found down the road by another fam­ily. Otis’ new own­ers later read about him be­ing miss­ing, and Kathie Heisinger got back her beloved pet of 25 years.

Joey — the pet squirrel who made head­lines ear­lier this year for foil­ing a rob­bery — has gone off into the wild.

Adam Pearl, who raised Joey in­side his Merid­ian, Idaho, home for about 10 months, said the rob­bery proved the squirrel was strong enough to make it on his own.

Joey jumped on a bur­glar dur­ing a home in­va­sion and bit him, scar­ing him off.

A kit­ten got out and ran away from a Cana­dian fam­ily 12 years ago — and was re­turned to his long-lost own­ers just last week.

The tuxedo cat named Ge­orge had a faded tat­too that listed his owner, so the Win­nipeg Hu­mane So­ci­ety hunted down an over­joyed Freda Watson.

“Oh my God, I can’t be­lieve I got my cat back,” she said. “We love Ge­orge. He’s my lit­tle boy.”

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