Hacker Channels Men In Black, Straps Virus Information to Feral Cat's Collar

Scavenger hunt-loving hacker, Yusuke Katayama was arrested today after months on the run. Disgruntled for some reason, he sent viral death threats, and while evading Japanese police, he mentioned that information about his virus was strapped to a cat roaming Tokyo. Months later the cat was found, leading to his arrest. »2/10/13 10:30am2/10/13 10:30am

Who Knew Selling Super Strong Rat Poison 60 Times More Powerful Than Generic Rat Poison Was a Bad Thing?

New York City is littered with filthy rats and it's not unreasonable to want to kill 'em all with poison. Too bad it's going to be a lot harder to do that because sellers of the best rat poison—61 times more powerful than normal—have been arrested in a sting operation. »9/20/11 2:40pm9/20/11 2:40pm

It Appears the Twitpic Founder Twitpicced His Own Arrest

Tweeting "Getting the back of a cop car now," Twitpic founder Noah Everett followed it up with the pictured Twitpic, offering it as "proof" of his situation. Thankfully he didn't Twitpic the reason why he got arrested: "...I guess you can't walk down your own street half naked...who knew - I got a free… »6/29/11 5:50am6/29/11 5:50am