#Twoppics: Odd – Underwear Mystery, Ned Kelly, Fugitive Cow

Twoppics, taking a look at what people on Twitter are saying about some of the oddest stories of the day.

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Talk about a news brief...  Ladies, if you're in the Columbus area and you're missing underwear, you may want to head to Farfield County.  Dozens of drawers have been found strewn about a town...  That's Ken Stevens with FOX News Radio affilate WTVN in Columbus.  The skivvy spree is the talk of the Twittersphere, including @ComicWoolsey...

and @Cleveland_Scene...

Going international now, the great Australian gangster Ned Kelly has been found...again...130 years after his death.  The notorious criminal was hanged for the murder of 3 policemen back in November of 1880, and his remains were thrown in a mass grave on the prison grounds in Melbourne.  That jail closed, and the grave was dug up and moved to a new penitentiary in 1929. Yes, his skull is still missing.  That's been a source of debate for decades now.  DNA was used to separate his bones from the other prisoners.  @AndyCDoyle...

and @CameronBurge...

http://twitter.com/#!/CameronBurge/status/109370514232983552

...are among those discussing the discovery.

The Great Bavarian Bovine Bind of 2011 is over. Yvonne, the cunning cow that was labeled a public danger in Germany, has been caught.  The brown dairy cow escaped from her sanctuary in May, jumping a fence after she "got tired of the loneliness," according the town council there.  I guess milk does do a body good.  She was then labeled a danger after nearly getting into an accident with a police car.  Somebody's gotta stop those dang cows from driving.  No sooner had @MontBerte tweeted that the search had been called off...

@ArthurJenki...

and @ToryLuster...

...broke news of her capture near the Austrian border.  For her part, I hear she's just happy that steaks and hamburgers are not in her future.

I'm @Chris_Hoenig and those are your hot #Twoppics on FOX News Radio.