Man finds live caterpillar crawling inside his burger

Caterpillar in burger 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A man in the United Kingdom, was horrified to find a live caterpillar crawling inside his burger he bought at Ed's Easy Diner in Gateshead.

The 28 -year-old unidentified man, said that he put the burger down to drink because it tasted funny.

That is when he looked down and saw the caterpillar crawling in the burger.

The man contacted the restaurant several times, and he was reimbursed for the food and was offered her a gift certificate to the restaurant as well $166 donation to the charity of his choice.

The man said that he will never eat there again. A spokesperson for the restaurant said that this was an unfortunate and isolated incident.

The spokesperson also said that all the lettuce leaves are individually washed and checked, and they will take steps to prevent this from happening again.

Businessman crushes guard to death with car for opening gate too slowly

Mohammed Nisham 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A businessman was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly crushing a security guard to death with his luxury car for opening a gate too slowly, police in India said.

Kerala Police said that they arrested 39-year-old Mohammed Nisham, after being accused of killing his 50-year-old security guard.

The security guard identified as Chandrabose was rushed to a hospital, where he died after two weeks. The man suffered multiple fractures and heart problems caused by the injuries.

Nisham is the managing director of Kings Group. According to the police investigation, Chandrabose delayed the opening the door of the home where Nisham lives.

Chandrabose tried to escape and jumped on a fountain in front of the doors, but Nisham continued to pursue him. Nisham used his Hummer to crush Chandrabose to death.

The other security guards called an ambulance and the police, who arrested Nisham. Nisham was violent and even threatened to attack the officers.

Bus driver rapes student to death because she was wearing short skirt and was outside late at night

Mukesh Singh 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A bus driver in India, who was arrested, charged and convicted of rape, blamed the victim for her death, saying that she should have not fought back while being raped.

Mukesh Singh, who was one of the group of men convicted of raping and murdering the 23-year-old medical student on a bus in New Delhi, has suggested that the brutal assault was to teach the victim a lesson for being out late at night with a friend.

The victim and a male friend were on their way home after watching a movie when they accepted a lift from a private bus carrying five men and a 17-year-old boy.

The men beat the friend of the victim and brutally raped the woman before throwing them off the bus. The woman suffered terrible injuries to the internal organs and died.

Four of the men were sentenced to death by hanging while the fifth defendant in the case was found dead in prison where he was being held for trial.

The 17-year-old boy was also convicted of the crime and sentenced to three years in a rehabilitation home.

Singh, who was driving the bus and together with the other three adult men has filed an appeal in the case, suggested that victim and her friend were attacked for being out late at night.

Singh also criticizes the victim for defending herself, saying that when being raped, she should have just be quiet and allow the men to do their business.

Singh also said that women are more guilty of rape than men. He said that a decent woman does not walk on the street at 9:00 p.m.

Men and women are not equal, he claimed. Women belong at home, where they should cook and clean. They should not be in clubs and bars, wearing the wrong clothes.

Only about 20 percent of women are good, he concluded.

Man banned from owning fish after being caught swallowing it alive

Luke Berry swallowing goldfish alive 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A man who was caught eating fish alive, was ordered to stay away from fish for the next 5 years, prosecutors in the United Kingdom said.

36-year-old Luke Berry of Oxford, recorded a video, which showed him swallowing a goldfish alive.

He pleaded guilty at the Oxford Magistrate’s Court for causing unnecessary suffering to an animal. Berry was banned from owning fish for five years, and was ordered to perform 120 hours of community service.

He was fined $768. The court heard that Berry swallowed the fish as part of a Neknominate drinking game that went viral on the Internet.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) pressed charges against Berry.

Garbage collector gets 30 days jail for picking up trash from homes too early in the morning

Trash container illustration 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A garbage collector in Georgia, was shocked to receive a 30-day jail sentence for picking up trash too early in the morning.

Kevin McGill of Sandy Springs, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating an ordinance, which states that workers can only pick up trash between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

McGill was caught picking up trash just after 5:00 a.m. McGill said that he could not believe when the prosecutor asked the judge for the maximum penalty.

The prosecutor, Bill Riley, made no apologies for asking for the maximum sentence. Riley said that these days, fines do not work.

McGill had been in the job for three months before running into trouble. Now, he will spend the next 14 weekends in jail, as he works during the week.

Drunk driver strips off his clothes and punches motorists after crashing into truck

Clothes on floor illustration 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A man was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol after stripping off his clothes and attacking other motorists, police in Illinois said.

Fairview Heights Police said the incident of road rage involved the motorist taking off his clothes and throwing punches at other drivers.

The suspect was arrested on Tuesday, following a traffic accident.

According to the police investigation, 35-year-old Demarcus J. Ward was driving a Chevrolet Sonic on the exit ramp of Interstate 64, when he crashed into the back of a U-Haul truck that slowed due to traffic.

The accident occurred around 12:30 p.m. The damage was minor and nobody was injured. The victim and two witnesses reported that Ward got out of the vehicle he was driving and struck the driver of the U-Haul truck.

The attacker took off his shirt, pants and underwear as he was throwing punches. The driver of the U-Haul truck was not injured.

Ward was carrying a bag of marijuana in his hand. He was shot with an electric gun and arrested.

Ward was charged with driving under the influence, driving without insurance, driving with a suspended license and not reducing speed to avoid an accident.

He was also charged with possession of cannabis and obstructing a police officer. Ward was taken to a hospital for examination.

Young man devastated after 46DD breasts grow on his chest caused by antipsychotic drug

Austin Pledger 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A young man filed a lawsuit against a drug company after large breasts grew on his chest, caused by an antipsychotic drug, according to court documents on Pennsylvania.

Now, 20-year-old Austin Pledger was awarded $2.5 million in damages by a court in Philadelphia.

A jury concluded that Pledger was not adequately warned that he would grow size 46DD breasts as a side effect of using Risperdal, which is produced by Janssen Pharmaceuticals.

A spokesperson for Janssen of New Jersey, said that the company is disappointed by the jury’s decision and it believes that this verdict should be overturned.

The spokesperson also said that the side effects of Risperdal were clearly communicated to Pledger. Pledger was prescribed the drug by his family physician many years ago.

At that time, Risperdal was not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in children. Pledger, who has autism, was 8 years old when he was given the drugs.

Eventually, the FDA approved the use of Risperdal for children and published a new information label that warns that the drug contains high levels of prolactin, a hormone that promotes breast growth.

Pledger has female breasts that can only be removed through a mastectomy.