Elderly Man Eats Roadkill - Yeah, Even The Mangled Kind (VIDEO)

One man's road filled with the rotting, mangled corpses of unlucky fauna is another man's dining table.

Specifically, this UK man: Arthur Boyt, 73, has made eating roadkill a hobby. But he doesn't discriminate between fresh-looking specimens and festering cadavers -- he'll eat anything he finds. Thankfully, VICE followed him around his home county of Cornwall to document his filthy experiment in gastronomy (video below).

WATCH: Statue Punches Jerk

This human "statue" really sprang to life when a jerk pestered him.

In the video above, a fellow apparently bent on mischief approaches the silver-painted cowboy "statue" and proceeds to harass him, despite the urging of one onlooker to lay off.

But the wet willy and face rub were apparently too much for our stoic street performer, and after a few moments, he delivers a gorgeous right cross to his tormentor's face.

Alleged Masturbator Banned From 'All The Libraries On The Face Of The Earth'

Here's the real reason your pages were stuck together.

Tyree S. Carter, 20, was allegedly caught openly masturbating in the Racine Public Library in Racine, Wisc. Wednesday morning.

The employee who spotted Carter says he was "standing in the open, not trying to conceal the act," according to a criminal complaint obtained by The Journal Times.

Kidney Transplant Leads To Rabies Death

BALTIMORE _ The first Marylander to contract rabies since 1976 developed the virus through an organ transplant that took place more than a year before the victim recently died of the disease, Maryland health officials said Friday.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tests performed since the Marylander's death showed that the organ donor died of rabies, and the same type of rabies was found in both the donor and the recipient of the organ.

WATCH: Porn Stars Congratulate The Pope

Everyone is simply abuzz about the new pope! It's all, new pope this, new pope that! Such sentiments even extend to the hardworking adult entertainment community of Los Angeles, California, who produced this video to give a big congratulations to Pope Frances I.

It's not so outlandish: They both have legions of fans they'll never meet, they frequently and passionately exclaim God's name and both think condoms are overrated. Check out the clip above to watch these ladies say hi to Pope Frank as only they can.

Topless Protests Bring Exposure To Female Activist Group (PHOTOS, NSFW)

One of the reasons people protest is to expose their ideas to the world.

It seems to be working for one group of female activists -- at least the exposure part.

The group, Femen, is a group of women who, according to the organization's website, defend sexual and social equality with their breasts and "undermine the foundations of the patriarchal world by their intellect, sex, agility, make disorder, bring neurosis and panic to the men's world" (sic).

Did This Woman's Rejection Push Pope Francis Into The Priesthood?

Amalia Damonte remembers the day her 12-year-old neighbor spoke these sweet words in a fit of adolescent passion: "If I don't marry you, I'm going to be a priest."

But Jorge Mario Bergoglio was no ordinary boy, and today, following that young man's selection as the head of the Catholic Church, Damonte's long ago memory seems especially prescient.

#EMBARRASSING: Photo Of Guy Watching Porn At Work Goes Viral

Twitter user "James P" from Brisbane, Australia had no idea what he was getting into when he posted a photo of another man watching porn at work.

The image, taken from a building across the street, earned more than 2,600 retweets before "James P" decided to delete it. But by then, the Internet had swallowed it whole.

Casino Scammed Out Of $33.2 Million

It was like a scene out of "Ocean's Eleven" -- well, if George Clooney and Brad Pitt had hacked the security system and used the casino's own surveillance system against it.

That's exactly what at least one man had been doing for weeks in a high-tech scam at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia.

LOOK: Eddie The Rare Calico Lobster Needs A New Home

Eddie is a rare calico lobster who recently found himself on a Rhode Island fishing boat, then at the headquarters of a Washington, D.C., fish wholesaler, only to be saved from certain boiling by his extraordinarily unusual mottled appearance.

"Some say those are as rare as one in 30 million, though any calculations would be inexact," says Cathy Billings, a spokesperson for the Lobster Institute.

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