Five tons of chocolate-hazelnut heaven.
Someone out there will be making a lot of cheese sandwiches.
"It appeared the defendant spent $52,000 on live Internet adult entertainment," the A.D.A. noted.
Twenty dollars for $50-worth of merchandise is too good to be true.
A fake order for $24,000 worth of cookies.
The snacks in Spain remain mainly laced with calcium cyanamide.
The gunman planned to "kill as many people as possible" who he believed were opponents of gay marriage.
Cookie Monster is for the children.
He was charged with grande larceny.
That's like a 9,000,000 percent tip.
“This was a raw deal for a hot restaurant,” the Manhattan D.A. says.
He says he was across the street eating while his friends were fighting.
The crime-deterrent spray is filled with thousands of tiny microdots, too!
Isidoro "Mario" Garbarino is free after less than five months behind bars.
Or, “The Chocolate Shake That Almost Killed Castro.”
This story will make you grimace, perhaps like Grimace.