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Drunk Women Find Their Run Across Busy Street Hilarious

HOUSTON—An intoxicated cross-intersection run was found uproariously funny Saturday night when the drunken staff of the Clips ’N’ Curls hair salon engaged in a disorganized and evidently humorous trek past the intersection of Main Street and Texas Avenue. “Oh my God, we’re gonna get killed,” cackled an overjoyed Bev Foster, 26, between wheezing gasps of laughter. “This is the funniest thing ever. No one’s going to believe this even happened.” After gleefully advising party members who had yet to cross that they risked being left behind, Foster then joined in three uninterrupted minutes of hysterical, teary-eyed laughter resulting from assistant manager Karen Willis’ shoe coming off.