Man oversleeps jury duty, goes to jail for 10 days

Deandre Somerville, 21, was sworn-in as a juror on a civil case in South Florida in August. He understood he was to return the next day for the continuation of the trial, but he overslept. He also failed to report to the jury office why he was absent. A judge ordered Somerville to serve 10 days in jail, and he must complete 150 hours of community service while on probation.

German court rules hangovers are an 'illness'

In a ruling booze drinkers will appreciate, a German court has determined that a hangover is an illness in a case against the maker of a food supplement marketed as an "anti-hangover drink."