The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

A Utah man was arrested for starting a massive wildfire he accidentally started while burning a spider.

Welcome to Brainless Boneheads! Every Friday, Don Chase & Sarah find some of the wildest, craziest stories out there to help kick off your weekend with a smile.

Today, we have a Utah wildfire started by a man trying to burn a spider, and a Florida woman being arrested for touching all the donuts in a Dunkin’ store.

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  • Kill That Spider

    Volunteer Firefighters Train To Fight Wildfires In Washington State

    (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

    26-year-old Cory Martin is in deep trouble for starting a 40-acre-wide fire near Provo, Utah. But it gets worse…. The REASON he accidentally started the fire? Trying to kill a SPIDER! While up on the mountain, he saw the spider, and tried to burn it with his lighter. On top of that great example of decision making, Cory was also caught with a jar of weed and other drug paraphernalia. Cue Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start The Fire”!

  • She Touched All Of Them

    Kaitlyn Bristowe And Shawn Boothe Celebrate Their 1st Valentine's Day Together With Dunkin' Donuts Heart-Shaped Donuts

    (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Dunkin’ Donuts)

    Naples, Florida police recently arrested Brandi Coffill for going into a Dunkin Donuts and touching the donuts.  A manager called 911 before cops quickly arrived and arrested Brandi.  Officers know her because she has been arrested 11 times before and gave them problems earlier in the day.  Brandi gave no reason as to why she felt she needed to touch all of the donuts.

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