Weird news quiz: What happened this week?

"American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez attends the season 13 finale of the show at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on May 21, 2014. (Credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison)

A Wyoming power plant had a bomb "scare," Jennifer Lopez was honored by scientists and a police station got a surprise delivery in Kentucky. In other words, it's been quite a week for weird news! Try your hand at figuring out these strange stories with our inaugural weird news quiz, and share your results in the comments below.


A Connecticut man did what to a watermelon?

A file photo of a watermelon.

Photo credit: iStock


What did a man order to a police station after his arrest in Kentucky, according to cops?

A cell block.

Photo credit: Lili Holzer-Glier


This Southern California couple got a letter from their city telling them what?

Michael Korte and his wife Laura Whitney pose

Photo credit: AP / Damian Dovarganes


What caused the debris seen here in Seattle?

Debris from a fire fills the backyard next

Photo credit: AP / Elaine Thompson


Where did Jeremiah Heaton claim a 'kingdom' for his daughter?

Jeremiah Heaton and his 7-year-old daughter, Princess Emily,

Photo credit: AP / Bristol Herald Courier, David Crigger


What is this guy doing in Boulder?

Jeff Kagan laughs after crashing through rough water

Photo credit: AP / Boulder Daily Camera, Mark Leffingwell)


How much are these cheese vans that were stolen in California worth?

The Manteca Police Department provided an undated photo

Photo credit: AP


What caused a bomb scare at a Wyoming power plant?

A suspicious device at Wyoming's Jim Bridger Power

Photo credit: Science Source Images


4 portraits in Pennsylvania's Capitol now include what information?

The plaque hanging in the Pennsylvania Capitol below

Photo credit: AP / Marc Levy


Scientists named what kind of creature after Jennifer Lopez?

Photo credit: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison

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