From a high school senior kicking a 67-yard field goal to surveillance cameras trained on school trash, THV's Tom Brannon catches you up on some Weird But True headlines.
The tallest man in America is the proud new owner of some 25-thousand dollar sneakers. The seven foot, eight-and-a-third inch tall Minnesota man says they're also life-changers.
A team of ten designers used later technology and memory foam to create Igor Vovkovinskiy three pairs of the size 24 Reeboks.
"I never thought again, I'd have a pair of shoes that looks like something that comes off the shelf. And to have all of these things personalized specifically to me, it goes above and beyond anything I had ever hoped for."
Even though a Facebook campaign was in the works to pay for the shoes, Reebok stepped in and covered all of the costs.
Vovkovinskiy says the last time he could fit into a pair of Reeboks, he was in the third grade.
And in other news, a high school kicker delivered an amazing field goal in Spokane, Washington last week. Get this -- it was 67 yards!
The kick is being hailed as the third longest field goal in high school football history.
Austin Rehkow of the Central Valley Bears in Spokane delivered the monster field goal with just two seconds left in regulation play so they could take home the win.
Finally, the hall monitors are moving to the cafeteria to keep an eye on the veggies?
According to a new report, students in Lake County, Florida threw away 75-thousand dollars worth of produce last year and that's got school officials concerned.
If you'll recall, federal law requires students to have healthy lunches each day but school officials say the kids are just trashing the healthy stuff.
Now, administrators are looking into putting up surviellance cameras over the trash bins in the cafeterias.
They're assuring parents though it's not to just get the kids in trouble -- they just want to know how much healthy food is getting thrown away.