Hundreds of Hot Dogs Shut Down Michigan Road
Have you heard the story about the hundreds of hot dogs that were spilled on a road in Michigan? Yep, it's true and apparently there were so many hot dogs and raw meat that were left on the roadway that authorities actually had to shut down the road for several hours to clean up the mess. According to WOOD-TV, the hot dogs were discovered on 8th Avenue in Jamestown Township on Monday morning. (That's southwest of Grand Rapids in Ottawa County.) It was such a mess that apparently clean-up crews had to use heavy equipment to scrape most of the meat off the road and then firefighters had to hose down the roadway.
The story is already a weird one but the other weird part to the story is that officials still don't know where the hot dogs and raw meat came from. You can read more about the 'hot dogs on the road mystery' by clicking here.