“I am going to take it for one spin until it dries” a teenage son said. 

 A family in Phoenix is laying down the law on their teenage son, after they say he stole their Range Rover while they were on vacation, and took it on a joy ride. 

 “I just wanted to drive but I don’t have a license so I just took it,” said 14-year-old Angel Martinez. “I can wash the car, and I was like I don’t have anything to dry it, so I’m gonna take it for one spin until it dries.” 

 Their son had been in trouble a few times before, so with no other options, it was time to clean house. 

 And they did. ? 

 “We got back to the house. Today, his room is 100% empty, and we’re giving all his stuff away,” said Ramon Martinez, Angel’s father. 

 “It’s kind of weird, but I think it’s a fair punishment,” said Angel. 




A New Zealand man gets paid $10,000 a year to be a city’s official wizard 

Now age 87, The Wizard spends less time in the public eye. He wants to find a successor — and appears to have got one in 39-year-old Ari Freeman, who teaches guitar and fronts a psychedelic funk band.  

The man was a Royal Air Force Officer in Canada but But it wasn’t until he moved to Australia that he found the role he would spend his life playing: The Wizard.  

When he lost his university job, he hatched a plan with the vice chancellor to give him a new position– UNSW’s first official wizard.