A Georgia woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries after she sat in glue on a toilet seat at a Home Depot. Emergency technicians were called in to remove the woman from the toilet seat. Afterwards, a store manager found a brown paper bag with a bottle of Loctite GO2 glue inside the bathroom. Almost immediately, skeptics accused the woman of glueing herself to the toilet seat in hopes of a big payday. Loctite GO2 glue is described as "construction grade super glue, usually only available online."
Over the weekend, we reported on an incident where a woman was hospitalized after she sat on a toilet seat that was covered in glue at her local Home Depot. In a strange turn of events, Banks County Sheriff's investigators now suspect the woman glued herself to the toilet.
After reviewing surveillance footage, Deputy Sheriff Carissa McFaddin said no one entered the bathroom in a reasonable amount of time to have done it. "There is no evidence to show that someone did it besides who was in there," she said.
No motive was given.
In a similar case, a lesbian who lied about receiving an anti-gay slur on a receipt is now out of a job.
Dayna Morales was a waitress at the Gallup Asian Bistro -- until last week. The restaurant released a statement on Saturday saying Morales will "no longer continue her employment" at the restaurant. Morales had claimed she was stiffed for a tip because the couple didn't like her lesbian lifestyle. Sympathizers donated more than $3,000 to Morales, who promised to donate the money to the Wounded Warriors charity project.
Skeptics pointed to the fact that Morales set up a PayPal fund for herself.
Her story unraveled when a couple came forward with a copy of their receipt and their bank statement which proved they left Morales a $18 tip on a $93 dinner bill.
The restaurant manager maintains that their investigation into the matter was "inconclusive," and that "despite news reports to the contrary, this is not a simple, straight-forward matter."