Trending: Uniform Controversy, Llama Thieves, Fox News Hacked?

November 5, 2013 4:07 PM


There has been no official word on what caused the website of a major news organization to look like it had been hacked.

Visitors to saw this caption under the site’s main video link: “WEEEEEE,” with the words “STUFF YO” right underneath.

The site also warned of World Zombie Day in a programming alert.

Folks on Twitter had some fun with Fox’s website issues:

‏@beth4158 wrote “Stuff yo” is a great caption!
@paulszoldra tweeted “Fox news alert: it’s world zombie day and stuff yo”

Fox News sent out its own message on Twitter: “As you may have seen, is having issues. It’s an internal production problem and will be fixed soon. #foxnews”


A college football team trying to honor military heroes might be offending some instead.

Next Saturday — November 16 – Northwestern University will wear special uniforms to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

But pictures of the uniforms — which just hit the web — are not winning rave reviews.
Here’s a look at the uniforms decorated with stars and stripes – and if you look closely, it appears that there is blood spatter on the stripes side of the helmet and the jersey.

Under Armor designed the uniforms and they will be auctioned off after the game with proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project.


A llama is back with the circus, after a wild night on the town!

Five drunk friends stole the llama from a French circus.

They posed for pictures with the llama, took him on the subway, and posted the evidence on Twitter.

Police eventually caught up to them and took them to jail.

The llama’s owner chose not to press charges – and the llama is back with his circus buddies with an interesting story to tell.