It's been a little while since anything's come my way, but yesterday Tim (one of my co-workers) found a blooper in the Daily Courier, a free daily paper here in Kelowna. There seems to be some confusion as to the date...
Friday's date was, of course, the 21st, and not the 19th as this heading suggests.
The full headline read "Driver Charged in Sushi Crash". On our local tv station, a caption displayed during the same story read "Sushi driver charged with murder". I'd like to know how he drove the sushi and how do you crash a sushi? Is it a new form of transportation I've not yet heard of?
Incidentally, the driver drove his pickup full speed into a sushi restaurant, killing two and injuring six, for no apparent reason.
Got a headline or newspaper blooper you'd like to share? The only rule is that the blooper must be out of a newspaper. Take a picture of the blooper and email it to headline_hunters at yahoo dot ca (you know the routine, right?). Include your name, your city and the name of the newspaper in which you found the blooper.