1) A man in Hot Spring County who was recently arrested for attacking a woman with a chainsaw was found to have had an alarming prior run-in with the law. What was it?
A) A conviction for a 1974 Texas chainsaw massacre, along with his cannibal cult family.
B) He once chainsaw-carved a tree in front of Arkansas State Police headquarters into a giant wang.
C) He’d previously told officers that the 1983 film “Scarface” was “his favorite comedy.”
D) He was out on parole after serving time in prison for attacking another woman with a chainsaw.
2) A Little Rock woman
A) The rear half of a horse costume.
B) Confederate flag bikini.
C) Donald Trump mask and an “I’m With Stupid” T-shirt.
D) Men’s “
3) According to a witness and police, which of the following happened after the woman in the previous item broke into the store?
A) She attempted to steal bandages.
B) She grabbed register receipts and rubbed them all over her body.
C) She allegedly told police that she and her boyfriend have a sexual fetish that involves filming themselves throwing dirt on each other.
D) All of the above.
4) The board that oversees the Junction Bridge, a pedestrian and bike span between Little Rock and North Little Rock, recently decided to ban something from the bridge. What was it?
A) U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama, with extra patrols on prom night.
C) Elephants, llamas and Fouke Monsters.
D) “Love Locks,” the signed padlocks latched onto bridge railings there as a romantic gesture by couples.
5) Lindsay Scott, an alumna of the University of Arkansas, set a Guinness World Record recently. What was the record for?
A) The record for the most Roy Moores, Louis
B) Longest toss of a hog hat and a Razorback football season ticket.
C) Largest student loan debt.
D) Putting on and taking off a wetsuit, which Scott accomplished in 43.13 seconds, well under her 1-minute goal.