5 Craziest Crimes of the Week From thrown Taco Bell drinks to a test drive that turned criminal By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Jun 7, 2013 9:25 AM CDT 6 comments Comments Among the week's craziest crimes: The case of the overly long 'test drive.' (Shutterstock) (Newser) – When it comes to this week's crime stories, the cream of the crop involve no guns or explosives or swords. Instead, less conventional items factor in: like scorching-hot hot sauce and a severed pig's head. This week's top 5: Overly Long 'Test Drive' Gets Man Arrested: It's kind of like that episode of Seinfeld, just with a less glorious ending. Florida police say Lloyd Kraft took a Ford F-250 out for a spin. Then things got weird. It's a Rough Time to Be a Taco Bell Employee: The only thing worse than manning the drive-through at 1:23am? Having drinks thrown at you by your customers—who turned out to be less-than-brilliant alleged criminals. Women Tormented Ex With Pig's Head, Say Cops: The charge: unlawful persecution. The alleged crime: Putting "parts of slaughtered animals" on dolls. And that's not all. Firefighter Guarding Fallen Hero Hit by Thief: This week's entry in the People Really Stink Department comes out of Texas, where a firefighter sitting with the body of one of four colleagues who died in a Houston fire last week had his car broken into while he was at the funeral home. But there's a happy ending. Hot Sauce Prank Sends 3 to Hospital: It looked like a normal plate of spaghetti marinara, perfectly edible by school cafeteria standards. But when a Chicago high school student bit into it, he got a rude awakening. Click for more weird crimes.