This Dude Snuck A Heroin-Filled Burrito Into A Hospital, Syringe And All


Police in Bradenton, FL., are looking for a man who entered a hospital and left behind a burrito filled with heroin. The Bradenton Herald reports that the man arrived at Blake Medical Center and left a bag of food for a patient with an employee.

When the employee checked the contents of the bag, a syringe was discovered to be inside the burrito.

The authorities were alerted immediately and tests showed that the contents of the syringe were positive for “the presence of heroin.”

Police are currently looking for the man who dropped off the burrito. He’s described as about 6 feet tall with a thin build and has bleach blond hair.

Wonder if he goes around to all the local hospitals dropping off special burritos.


This Nifty Tool Helps You Create DIY Caramel and Nutella-Stuffed Bananas


Eating bananas with dessert spread can be a messy business. You can’t exactly stick your bare banana in a tub of peanut butter, but spreading nutella from knife to fruit can be a hassle, too. Thankfully there are much smarter people than us in the world, and one of them may have just solved this banana problem once and for all.

DestapaBanana is a new invention by Argentinian Sebastian Berger that allows you to core and then stuff unpeeled bananas with any liquify treat of your choosing. Basically a glorified syringe, but a really, really neat looking one. As demonstrated by the video below, all you need to do to use the Destapa (which means “uncork” in Spanish), is hold the device to the bottom end of an unpeeled banana, push the inner tube through to remove the core, and then inject as much sugar crack into the newly formed hole as you’d like.

Current Destapa flavors include chocolate, dulce de leche, and fruit, though there’s nothing stopping you from filling the tubes with peanut butter or nutella or marshmallow fluff too. Our money’s on cinnamon, rum, and some vanilla ice cream. Yasss bananas foster stuffed bananas, yassss.

H/T + PicThx Gizmodo