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Prac­ti­cal jok­ers are green with envy at this pink-faced punk.

A woman posted pic­tures of her­self on Twit­ter with her face cov­ered in bright pink paint, then claimed it wouldn’t come off.

“See you in court,” tweeted the woman, iden­ti­fied as Leah.

The post went vi­ral, but Leah claims it was just a gag.

“The paint came off in 15 mins, my skin is fine,” she later tweeted.

You don’t need four wheels to get road­side help in Hart­ford, Conn.

Cy­clists can now get help for flat tires or me­chan­i­cal trou­ble from “safety am­bas­sadors” in the city.

“This is such a cool ser­vice,” said Mau­reen Hart, who called for help af­ter get­ting a flat.

This was one hands-on bur­glar.

Cops found a man who had bro­ken into a woman’s Colum­bus, Ohio, home mas­tur­bat­ing on her couch.

Calvin Bishop Lynn, 22, al­legedly also had tried to sex­u­ally as­sault the res­i­dents. His pervy act was caught on an of­fi­cer’s body cam.

A Florida man nabbed for drunken driv­ing lec­tured the cop who ar­rested him as he was be­ing brought to the precinct.

“I hope you’re proud of your­self,” Ed­ward James Bo­gan, 79, al­legedly told the Sumpter County sher­iff ’s deputy who caught him af­ter he’d downed a cou­ple of scotches and got be­hind the wheel.

Bo­gan, who failed Breath­a­lyzer test, whined he would “spend my last years in jail.”

A North Carolina woman has in­vented a new way to find Big­foot: a spray that at­tracts the myth­i­cal beast.

Al­lie Megan Webb, who is charg­ing $7 a bot­tle, says: “How do you know it works? I guess I could ask how do you know it doesn’t work?”

Webb claims she’s done “field tests” with a group called Big­foot 911. Kathianne Boniello with Wires

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