A one of a kind painting found at a Goodwill, and in England, 28 women fit into one car. Here are Friday's stories that go "Over the Edge".
A group of women in England set the record for fitting the most people into a mini cooper. Twenty eight women squeezing and twisting themselves into the tiny interior. The women had to remain in the car, all doors and windows shut, for five seconds to make the record books. The stunt was staged to benefit charity.
One man's trash turning out to be a world treasure in Washington state. The Goodwill store discovering an authentic Salvador Dali etching among its donations of used clothing and toys. The piece is hand signed and numbered by Dali. Goodwill says the piece was left by an anonymous donor, but that the store's quality control manager immediately recognized the art work as a high value item.
A group of young voters in Ecuador failed in their efforts to get a donkey on the presidential ballot. Ecuador's presidential elections happen next February and thursday was the last day for registering candidates. So a group attempted to bring a registration form for "senor burro" or "mister donkey".