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rob
22-02-2005, 03:05 PM
Some unintentionally funny newspaper headlines:

Police Chief's pledge to murder witnesses
Sex scandal vicar seeks new position
Cuts could hurt animals
Cause of aids found - scientists
Traffic dead rise slowly
Thugs eat then rob proprietor
Defendant's speech ends in long sentence
Why you want sex changes with age
Hospitals sued by seven foot doctors
Cemetery allows people to be buried by their pets
Miners refuse to work after death
Kids make nutritious snacks

Rincewind
22-02-2005, 04:25 PM
Some unintentionally funny newspaper headlines:

One of my favourites reputedly from WWII...

Macarthur Flies Back to Front

Alan Shore
24-02-2005, 09:32 AM
Some more for you:

POLICE BEGIN CAMPAIGN TO RUN DOWN JAYWALKERS

SAFETY EXPERTS SAY SCHOOL BUS PASSENGERS SHOULD BE BELTED

DRUNK GETS NINE MONTHS IN VIOLIN CASE

SURVIVOR OF SIAMESE TWINS JOINS PARENTS

FARMER BILL DIES IN HOUSE

IRAQI HEAD SEEKS ARMS

IS THERE A RING OF DEBRIS AROUND URANUS?

STUD TIRES OUT

PROSTITUTES APPEAL TO POPE

PANDA MATING FAILS; VETERINARIAN TAKES OVER

SOVIET VIRGIN LANDS SHORT OF GOAL AGAIN

BRITISH LEFT WAFFLES ON FALKLAND ISLANDS

LUNG CANCER IN WOMEN MUSHROOMS

EYE DROPS OFF SHELF

TEACHER STRIKES IDLE KIDS

SQUAD HELPS DOG BITE VICTIM

SHOT OFF WOMAN'S LEG HELPS NICKLAUS TO 66

ENRAGED COW INJURES FARMER WITH AX

PLANE TOO CLOSE TO GROUND, CRASH PROBE TOLD

MINERS REFUSE TO WORK AFTER DEATH

JUVENILE COURT TO TRY SHOOTING DEFENDANT

STOLEN PAINTING FOUND BY TREE

TWO SOVIET SHIPS COLLIDE, ONE DIES

2 SISTERS REUNITED AFTER 18 YEARS IN CHECKOUT COUNTER

KILLER SENTENCED TO DIE FOR SECOND TIME IN 10 YEARS

NEVER WITHHOLD HERPES INFECTION FROM LOVED ONE

DRUNKEN DRIVERS PAID $1000 IN '84

WAR DIMS HOPE FOR PEACE

IF STRIKE ISN'T SETTLED QUICKLY, IT MAY LAST A WHILE

COLD WAVE LINKED TO TEMPERATURES

SPRINGFEILD COUPLE SLAIN; POLICE SUSPECT HOMICIDE

Rhubarb
24-02-2005, 12:34 PM
Literally my own favourite:

Telstra to Increase Private Parts

arosar
28-02-2005, 12:09 PM
Last week, on the extra 450-troop announcement, the PM was quoted as saying that Iraq was on a "tilting point". In fact, I think he meant to say "tipping point" - the latest buzz word.

AR

Cat
28-02-2005, 10:01 PM
I can't remember the exact order, but there have been some lovely cricket passages over the years;

'The bowler's Holding the batsman's Willee.'

'Lillee bowled Dillee caught Willee'.