This isn't The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. It's more like The Girl with the Unintentionally Awkward Bird Tattoo. This is "Crappy News" for Wednesday, June 13th.

Grand Junction, CO- A student's "promposal" could prove to be very costly.

Rangers at the Colorado National Monument discovered some graffiti on a couple of rock formations. The messages, written in black spray paint, were part of an elaborate promposal, and seen by a resident that lived nearby.

Normally, vandalism is fixed within 24 hours, but preservationists have kept this graffiti intact for several weeks to analyze the damage.

In addition to disrupting the park's natural beauty, the National Park Service can apply a maximum penalty of six months in prison and a $5,000 fine, per federal law. Officials say they will be much more lenient if the guilty party comes forward. [KDVR-TV]

You mean to tell me vandalism ISN'T romantic? What a bummer...

Pittston, PA- A so-called "social experiment" didn't go as planned.


33-year-old Rosaria DeAngelo stole a battery charger from a CVS pharmacy last week. When a store employee confronted her in the parking lot, DeAngelo showed a knife and the clerk called 911.

DeAngelo told police that she wasn't actually trying to rob the store--she was merely conducting a "social experiment." DeAngelo explained that she brought the knife out to, quote, "see what people in Pittston pay attention to."

As far as I know, Rosaria isn't a scientist, a social psychologist, or even an aspiring she was arrested for felony robbery and misdemeanor assault, disorderly conduct, and weapons possession. [Citizens' Voice]

Boston, MA- A woman's childhood memories resulted in a massive tattoo FAIL.

Baltimore Orioles v Toronto Blue Jays
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25-year-old Amanda Fiske recently got a new tattoo, combining two things she remembered fondly growing up--a blue jay from her parents' bird feeder, and a red maple leaf.

But when the artist combined the images, the tattoo looked very similar to the logo of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Fiske isn't a baseball fan, but if she did have a favorite team, it'd be her hometown Red Sox--who happen to play in the same division as the Blue Jays.

Fiske says she doesn't plan to cover up the tattoo, and doesn’t mind being fodder for jokes on sports Twitter. [Vice]

As long as you're in on the joke...that's all that really matters.

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