NUMBER 5 - REAL LIFE BOND SUBMARINE CAR?
Automaker Tesla is hoping to turn a James Bond movie prop into a real-live submarine car! In "The Spy Who Loved Me," James Bond is seen driving a white lotus Espirit off a pier and into the water. The car sinks, but sprouts fins and propellers before it hits the bottom. Tesla CEO Elon Musk bought the movie car at auction for nearly a million dollars. He plans to upgrade it with a Tesla Electric Powertrain, hoping to try and make it transform!
NUMBER 4 - SUAVE PRODUCT CAUSING HAIR LOSS?
Women across the country are suing the maker of a popular hair smoothing product. They claim Suave's Keratin Infusion Smoothing Kit burns scalps and causes permanent hair loss. The suit also alleges false advertising for promoting the product as formaldehyde-free. Unilever says the product was discontinued last year and it is taking the claims seriously. More than 380,000 units have been recalled.
NUMBER 3 - "GLEE" TO END
Now that Cory Monteith's "Glee" character has been laid to rest, the end of the Fox series is clearly in sight, co-creator Ryan Murphy said at a Paley Center event on Wednesday. That the eccentric comedy will end with its next season, the show's sixth.
NUMBER 2 - UPDATE: MURDERERS FREED
Florida authorities are still searching for two convicted murderers, mistakenly released from prison. Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were incarcerated in the same Franklin County prison, in the Florida Panhandle. Forged documents lead to their release. Both had a faked signature of Orange County Judge Belvin Perry. You may remember him as the judge who presided over the Casey Anthony trial. The victim's families say they're horrified by what's happened.
NUMBER 1 - AIR MARSHAL ARRESTED FOR UP-SKIRT PICTURES
A federal air marshal now faces criminal charges after he was caught using a cell phone to take pictures up women's skirts at the airport! Police say Adam Bartsch was on duty at the Nashville International Airport, when he got caught trying to take photos as women walked down the aisle of an airplane. A passenger caught him in the act. The TSA says Bartsch has been removed from his current duties.