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A mother got the shock of her life when she zipped back into her house to get her baby's bottle, leaving her three kids in the car in front of her home, only to see the car was missing when she returned. Lucia Lozada of San Antonio, Texas, was horrified when she realized that her car had been stolen -- with her three children still inside. As a panicked Lozada called police, she had no idea that her kids were fighting back against their abductor.
This is another one of those stories that just makes your stomach churn. A man has been accused of suffocating his 16-month-old son so he could play Xbox and watch TV. The man, 24-year-old Cody Wygant, reportedly confessed to placing his hands over the baby's nose and mouth until he became lethargic because he was frustrated with the tot's crying interrupting his game playing time.
Every day there are new and strange stories about the Kardashian clan in the media, and Kris Jenner is reportedly convinced that a tricky trickster is behind it all. In fact, it may be more than one. According to Kris (supposedly), there is a ring of pranksters who have nothing better to do than plant fake news stories in the media about the family. And Kris is pissed, because that's her job! Ha. Joke.