Move aside, Lump. Jeff the Drunk has a new ailment on his body and the photo below is not a pretty sight. The Wack Packer called in live Tuesday and explained he has been spending more time in the sun this summer to work on his tan, but the exposure to UVB rays seems to have taken a toll on his body causing a blister to form on his leg. And making the situation worse, Jeff decided to take matters into his own hand. Shuli revealed Jeff has been tanning his penis as well. Howard wondered why Jeff even cared about getting a tan, but he got little in the way of a thoughtful answer. Photo: The Howard Stern Show.
By Ariel Zilber For Dailymail. An Alabama man who was arrested for kidnapping after he posed as an Uber driver and picked up an intoxicated college student was wearing a fully erect fake penis when he was taken into custody. Tommy Wayne Beard, 62, of Tuscaloosa County was arrested in March and charged with two counts of kidnapping and impersonating a transportation network company driver. Authorities say Beard picked up college-age women from Tuscaloosa bars. He was arrested in the early morning hours of March 2 after a year-old college student was found unconscious in the backseat of his car by a sheriff's deputy.
Howard took a call from Jeff the Drunk first thing Tuesday morning after hearing reports that the Wack Packer had been whining to the back office staff about not being on the air for the past three weeks two of which the show was on vacation for. Jeff was eager to tell everyone about his new tan, but Howard quickly pointed out "it looks like he has a huge rash. Howard was more interested in what happened when the Australian woman finally came for a long-awaited visit to Jeff's trailer and wondered if anything romantic sparked between the two of them. Shuli Egar, who was in the midst of doing an Embedded with Jeff, said that the woman was "very cute" and seemed to have every intention of doing something — but it just didn't pan out. The truly amazing thing was how many presents all of Jeff's Periscope fans send to the trailer.
W hen Jeffrey Epstein first appeared in Manhattan federal court to face sex trafficking charges last month, gone were the trappings of a high-flying financier who had once counted the rich and powerful as his associates and for whom the whole world seemed a fantasy playground. He requested house arrest, secured by armed guards he would pay for. Epstein went back to the cells. Several weeks later, Epstein died by apparent suicide. It was a journey that began in an unassuming corner of New York.