Thanks, Grub Street, for letting us in on the story of a 21-year-old Indianapolis man who “broke into the Indiana Medical History Museum last fall and pilfered a bunch of brains and brain segments in jars, which workers estimate had a street value of $4,800.” The man proceeded to post the for-sale brains on Facebook and eventually arranged to meet prospective buyers at the nearby Dairy Queen. Of course, the buyers turned out to be cops, and the man was arrested with some weed, a pipe, and six jars of “gray matter.”

Here’s some other stuff we loved today:

Meet chef Alex Atala, the man putting Brazilian food on the map. [NPR]

Pricey beef is set to test appetites. [WSJ]

‘Dapper’ dine-and-dasher arrested in Canada. [Eater]

Price of bluefin tuna nosedives. [Huffington Post]