Sports news never fails to provide new twists and strange events. This week it was a thief in the clubhouse and sex at a drug-treatment center -- and that's just Yankees news.
Once again we've compiled some stranger-than-fiction stories for Bizarre & Bogus, and we're going to test you to see if you can tell the difference between fact and fake.
Below we've compiled five strange-but-true stories and one that we made up. Guess which one you believe is fake, then click here to find out which one isn't true.
Two Louisville basketball fans who ran onto the court at Freedom Hall after a Cardinals upset victory were charged with disorderly conduct.
Beginning in the fall, University of Nebraska cheerleaders will not be allowed to include any gymnastics or stunts in their routines. The school has ordered them to just lead cheers.
An Asian snack food company is offering free tickets to the 2002 World Cup for the soccer fan who has the most South Korean flags tattooed on his body.
The International Bowling Federation is trying to get its sport included at the Olympics.
New technology in Formula One racing might leave it susceptible to computer hackers.
The Orlando Magic celebrated a recent victory by feasting on 50 double cheeseburgers from The White Castle.