One salon in California has the cure for your wrinkles, and a news anchor gets an unpleasant surprise on the air. Here are Friday's stories that go "Over the Edge".
Usually coffins are used for dead bodies at funerals and wakes. In Kentucky, a man uses it as a means of transportation! He built a coffin on wheels dubbed "the coffin car." You would think the hardest part was climbing inside the creation. Actually, the toughest challenge was finding the coffin itself. The rest of the car is made by scraps from other cars. It took him nearly a year to complete the project.
When it comes to doing the news, we in the business can tell you, it doesn't always go according to plan. Especially when a bird poops on your face during a live report. That's exactly what happened to San Francisco news anchor Paul Robins, who had a very un scripted moment while reporting outside the world series venue.
A salon in California is offering a not-so-common service, face slapping. Tata, at the Tata Massage Parlor, slaps customers' faces to optimize the face muscles and tissue. TheThai treatment doesn't get rid of wrinkles, but the parlor claims it lessens wrinkles. But it's the price tag that could be 'a slap in the face' -- it costs $350 for the treatment, and that's only for half of your face!