Female drink server finds $36,000 on Florida golf course

Rachel Castillo sitting on a golf course bench 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) It could have been a nice pay day for one woman who serves drinks at a golf course, but she decided to do the right thing instead.

A Florida woman is being praised by police for turning in $36,000 she found on a golf course. The woman said that her Christian faith led her to "do the right thing."

Rachel Castillo, who works as a drink server to golfers at the Miami Beach Golf Course, said a customer alerted her to a bag left behind on a bench in the course. She went to pick up the bag and found piles upon piles of cash inside.

Castillo said she contacted police to hand over the bag, which also contained the identification of a 76-year-old man.
"Easy money is not good money, you know," Castillo said about her decision to turn the money in. "I was really freaking out a little," she added.

"I believe in the Bible," she said. "I am a Christian, and the Bible says: 'Do not steal, do not lie’, you know, all those things, and if you do what is right, if you live in the right way, you will be rewarded. I think I will taken care of if I do what is right,” the woman said.

“Castillo deserves praise. She is a hard worker and earns little money. She could have kept the money for herself and nobody would have known where the money disappeared. The golf course is lucky to have her as a worker,” Amy, Bradley, 31, of Dania Beach, Florida told YourJewishNews.com after learning about Castillo.

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Stunt plane caught on video plunging into ground, exploding into ball of fire

Plane explodes into a ball of fire 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) This was definitely not part of the stunt.

Spectators at an airshow watched in horror as a historical jet fell from the sky and exploded into a giant fireball.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense of Spain said that pilot Ladislao Tejedor Romero died of his injuries after being transported to the burn unit of the hospital in Getafe Hospital. Romero, 35, was an experienced pilot who also served as an assistant to defense minister Pedro Morenes.

The plane crashed and exploded in front of about 3,000 people gathered at Cuatro Vientos Airfield southwest of Madrid just to see vintage aircraft and aerobatics. One of the spectators caught the crash on video.

Romero was flying at 1950 HA-200 Saeta, one of the first jet aircraft manufactured in Spain.
Ministry spokesperson Alfredo Florenza said the cause of the accident is unknown.

“People came out to have a good time and watch stunts, but it turned into a horrific experience. I think people will now think twice before going out to watch stunt planes. Also, Spain suffered a big loss with the loss of an important pilot,” Kathleen Cook, 20, of Madrid, Spain told YourJewishNews.com after watching the incident unfold.

The driver is believed to be the only fatality, but many others were taken to hospital for injuries related to the accident.
A young woman who suffered first and second degree burns was taken to a local hospital, and an elderly man suffered an anxiety attack. Also, a rescue worker suffered smoke inhalation and received aid at the scene.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Hot woman uses hot pepper sauce to stop man from robbing store

Hot chili pepper sauce 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A man was forced to flee a store after a female employee threw hot sauce in his face.

The 24-year-old man entered the store on Sunday and ordered some food, but then he argued with staff over the price.

The would-be robber then went behind the counter and tried to open the cash register, New South Wales State Police said.

The quick-thinking worker at a Portuguese restaurant in Sydney, Australia stopped the man from robbing the store by throwing a bucket of chili pepper sauce in his face, leaving him with minor burns, police said.

The man hit the female employee in the chest when she tried to prevent him from stealing money. She grabbed a bowl of chili and threw it in his face.

"I didn't think twice. I just wanted to protect myself. I threw all the chili on his face and then he got crazy because of that," Joanna Tarnoski said.

“Hey, be careful who you start up with. Some women know how to fight dirty. The man should be happy he got hot sauce in his face, as it could have been a bullet,” Anthony Payne, 23, of Brisbane, Australia told YourJewishNews.com after he heard Tarnoski talking about how she used the chili pepper to protect herself.

With a face full of pepper, he received some burns on his face, and he was quite red faced by the time police arrived to arrest him. The 24-year-old was charged with assault with intent to rob.

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Deaf couple kills their baby after she wouldn't stop crying

Maria Zuniga and Hector Cupich-Quinones 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A couple, both of whom are deaf, were arrested and charged with killing their baby.

Police in Richardson, Texas said the father beat his baby to death when the child would not stop crying. The crying, irritated the father even though he is deaf.

Hector Cupich-Quinones, 35, and his wife, Maria Zuniga, 37, who are both deaf and cannot speak, have been accused of beating to death the 5-month-old girl, in a drunken rage. The dispute was allegedly over who was going to take care of the child. The child was fussy, and they couldn't get the child to calm down, according to Richardson police.

“Most hearing impaired people do not have total hearing loss, they can hear some kind of sound. They can also see the child's facial expression letting them know the child is unhappy,” Thomas Reed, 51, of Raleigh, North Carolina told YourJewishNews.com when asked about hearing impaired parents raising children.

Police said that Cupich-Quiñones, confessed through an interpreter to killing the little girl.

Apparently he and his wife had been drinking on Saturday night and they became frustrated when their little girl was crying. Investigators said the man admitted to shaking the baby to get her to be quiet, but when that did not work, he threw the baby hitting her head on the floor.

“My friend's parents are both deaf. They babysat my daughter a couple of times, when I was at their house with my daughter. I saw that they were able tell when my daughter cried or when she was upset. They comforted her by rocking or playing with her, they could tell when she needed a bottle or her diaper changed. It could take a bit longer for them to realize what the baby wanted but they were loving people and they cared for my baby as any hearing parent would have,” Sharon Morris, 38, a mother of two of Columbus, Ohio told YourJewishNews.com after she was asked if she knew a hearing impaired person who raised children.

Cupich-Quinones told investigators that the baby fell head first on the ground after she allegedly slipped on the counter. His wife then put the girl to bed, but on Sunday, they realized that the baby was having trouble breathing and called 911.

The baby was taken to a hospital and died at 10:00 pm. Authorities said the infant had a massive trauma to the back of the head and bruises on her chest, arms and back. Cupich-Quinones is accused of murder while Zuniga is charged with injury to a child.

Cupich-Quinones’ bond was set at $1 million, and he has an immigration hold. His wife Zuniga’s bond was set at $750,000.
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Man clings to woman's car for two miles following hit-and-run

Elton Kim on the woman’s car  
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A man’s life was endangered after a woman refused stop and drove with a man clinging to her car.

Police in Roswell, Georgia are looking for the woman who drove about two miles, while a man clung to the hood of her car.

Elton Kim saw the woman who had Alabama plates backing into his wife's SUV in the parking lot outside his dry cleaning business. He went outside to speak with the woman. Kim stood in front of the woman’s car, instead of discussing the incident, the woman accelerated and drove off.

Kim jumped on the hood of the car in an attempt to stop her from driving away without paying for the damages. The woman refused to stop and drove for almost two miles before he was able to get off at a red light. Now, police are looking for the woman, as they intend to charge her with felony aggravated assault.

“The man put his life in danger over a few dollars, not a good idea at all. I do not understand why nobody wrote down the woman’s license plate number. One witness took a video of Kim clinging to the car why did he not record her license plate number or her face so police can identify her?” Brian Davis, 22, of Boise, Idaho told YourJewishNews.com after seeing the video of Kim clinging to the hood of the car during the hit and run.

Although detectives do not approve of the driver’s behavior, they also want to discourage citizens from taking matters into their hands.

"We do not want people standing in front of a car to prevent it from leaving,” officer Lisa Holland said. "Just get a description of the driver, the car, the tag number and let the police do their job," she added.

Kim said he was shaken by the incident but was thankful that no one was injured.

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Man arrested after his wife holds 911 sign in SUV window

Charles Kicinski 
By: Debbie Gross

An Oregon man was arrested after a passing car saw a 911 sign on his passenger side window.

The passing car driver saw someone at the passenger side of the vehicle throwing things out of the window while holding a sign that read “call 911”.

The person did just that. He called 911 to report the incident. Police pulled over the vehicle and arrested the driver, who was identified as Charles Kicinski. He was charged with kidnapping his wife and his baby.

According to police, it was about 5:30 pm when Kicinski was arrested. He was charged with kidnapping and illegal possession of a firearm after a driver on Interstate 5 saw a sign asking passersby to call for help in the family’s SUV window.

“I am always fascinated how love can be so strange, at first two people fall in love and love each other and they want to spend the rest of their lives together, and then, if things do not work out, people can become extreme enemies. Some exes become so vicious they will do just about anything to hurt or destroy the other person,” Wendy Dixon, 53, of Portland, Oregon told YourJewishNews.com after hearing about the woman’s call for help while being kidnapped by her husband.

The victims were identified as the suspect's wife, Gloria Kicinski, 30, of Winchester, Oregon, and her minor child who is 6-months-old. Police said Kicinski kidnapped his wife and their 6-month-old child on Friday night. No one was injured.

Kicinski is being held in the Marion County Jail.

New kosher cafe to open in an old Jewish Auschwitz home

Auschwitz cafe 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) The Auschwitz Jewish center is planning to rebuild a Jewish home into a nice cafe.

The Auschwitz Jewish center of Poland has already raised nearly $25,000 through a Kickstarter campaign. The organization will use the money to convert the last Jewish home in the city of Auschwitz to a kosher, vegetarian cafe.

The Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial site in southern Poland recorded a record high of visitors, last year. The total number of visitors reached 1.43 million. The new cafe, which is adjacent to the Auschwitz Jewish Center, hopes to offer a place where tourists who visit the city can come in, relax, and eat kosher food.

The proposed site for the cafe was owned by Szymon Kluger, the last Jew to live in the city of Auschwitz. Kluger returned to Auschwitz after the Holocaust and lived there until his death in 2000. The cafe aims to save the historic building and its history.

Kluger was born January, 19, 1925 in Auschwitz. He was the last Jewish resident of Auschwitz, who survived the Holocaust prisoner camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. He was born in Auschwitz, in the house next door to the synagogue Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot. His father, Simcha Kluger, was a Teacher, and his family sold chickens. He had eight siblings, only three survived the war.

After the war, he lived again in his hometown, but in 1946 he emigrated to Sweden, and his two siblings moved to the United States.

In 1962, despite the protests of the Kluger family he returned to Auschwitz and lived on the ground floor of the family home.
Kluger died on May, 26, 2000. He was buried in the Jewish cemetery in Oswiecim.

Now, his legacy will live on as the kosher restaurant will be located in his home.

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Palestinian family justifies the murder of Israeli settler Aviatar Borovsky

Members of the Zaghal family 
By: Shifra Unger

The Palestinian family of the terrorist who killed an Israeli settler last week said his action was justified, according to a statement released by a spokesperson of the Zaghal family.

Ali Zaghal read a mysterious text message early Tuesday with fear, which read: "Forgive me, brother."

Minutes later, his brother, 21-year-old Salam, stabbed an Israeli settler waiting at a roundabout for a bus in the Israeli controlled West Bank, killing him before being shot and arrested by Israeli soldiers.

While the family of the Israeli settler mourned their loss, the Zaghal family, who live in poverty in the northern Palestinian territory, defended Salam’s actions as justified.

"It was meant to happen, and we are proud of him as a family. What he did is a duty of all Palestinians living in the aggression of the army and the settlers," the father of the murder suspect said.

“No reason can justify the killing of an innocent civilian man, a father of children. The Palestinian family should be ashamed of themselves,” Juliet Frye, 37, of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida told YourJewishNews.com after learning of the statement released by the family.

The victim, was identified as 31-year-old Eviatar Borovsky. It was the first time that an Israeli had been killed by a Palestinian in the West Bank since 2011, when seven Israelis were killed, including a family of two settlers and their three young children, all stabbed to death.

Nine Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli soldiers this year, mostly during the clashes with protesters.

Orthodox rabbi allows organ donations by HIV positive patients

Doctor holding donated organ 
By: David Ross

The waiting list for receiving organ donation in Israel just got a whole lot shorter after a senior Israeli rabbi ruled to allow organ donation by HIV positive donors, according to a statement released by the Israel AIDS Task Force.

Following an appeal by the Israel AIDS Task Force and the Puah Institute, former Chief Rabbi Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron has ruled that organ donations that could save lives may be received from an HIV-positive patient, even if the recipient can develop HIV following the transplant.

The rabbi ruled: "If a person cannot live without the organ donation then, the transplant is allowed and must be done in order to save a life."

Rabbi Bakshi-Doron, is one of Israel's most prominent Jewish lawmakers, who is known as pragmatic, and whose decisions are accepted all across the Jewish world.

The latest ruling, can lead to a process that will allow people with HIV to act on their right to donate their organs to other HIV-positive patients and anyone else in need, which will definitely save lives.

“This is great news, as a know several people waiting for organ donations who can really use one. This will surely extend their lives at least until another organ can be found,” Freida Fitzpatrick, 51, of North Miami Beach, Florida told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the rabbi’s ruling.

Israel AIDS Task Force also noted that the long waiting list to receive an organ will be shortened due to an increase in organ donations.

Settlers launch new city in the name of murdered resident Eviatar Borovsky

The new settlement Eviatar 
By: David Ross

A new settlement carrying the name of murdered Israeli Eviatar Borovsky, was launched last week.

The new settlement has been created in the Samaria neighborhood of the West Bank, in memory of Eviatar Borovsky, a Jewish father of five killed by a Palestinian terrorist.

The head of the Samaria Regional Council, Gershon Mesika, on Thursday moved his office to a tent on a hill overlooking the Tapuach Junction where Borovsky, 31, of Yitzhar, was killed Tuesday morning, as he was waiting for a bus. The Palestinian stabber, now in Israeli custody, also took Borovsky’s gun and started shooting at Border Guard officers.

A wooden structure was built on the site and portable toilets were brought to the top of the hill. A large sign in Hebrew reads Eviatar.

“It is quite disturbing that the only time a new settlement is launched is after a Jewish man, woman, or child is murdered. The settlers should be supported, and the Israeli government should help the settlers build new settlements on a regular basis. After all, the land belongs to the Jews,” Gilda Talley, 30, of Baltimore, Maryland told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the brand new settlement of Eviatar.

Mesika vowed to work daily at the new outpost and make sure there is a constant presence at the site until families can move in.
Electric and a water source were also connected to the temporary structures.

Turkish Airlines bans red lipstick and nail polish

Red lipstick 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) If you are thinking of taking a vacation to Turkey, you will be better off leaving your cosmetics at home.

Turkey's national airline has banned female flight attendants from wearing red lipstick and nail polish, according to a statement released by the company. The announcement hit a raw nerve among secular Turks who are worried that the country is becoming more Islamic.

Turkish Airlines, the fourth largest airline in Europe, said the ban was intended to keep the flight attendants natural looking, in order to improve their communication with passengers.

"Since our crew uniforms do not include any red and dark pink, wearing lipstick and nail polish in these colors would affect visual integrity," the company statement said.

“I am happy to learn the news because now I know to stay away from this airline, and to stay away from Turkey. It is very disturbing that some Middle Eastern countries are forcing their own religious beliefs onto others,” Fanny Beach, 20, of Provo, Utah told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the lipstick ban.

Turkey is 99 percent Muslim, but the state is a member of NATO, European Union candidate, and has a secular constitution.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman arrested for drunk driving after celebrating end of license suspension for drunk driving

Erin James 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A woman had a twisted idea how to celebrate the end of her driver’s license suspension, according to a statement released by Chicago, Illinois police.

An Illinois woman, who was arrested early Friday morning for driving under the influence of alcohol, told police she had been drinking to celebrate the fact that she was getting her driver's license back after a previous drunken driving conviction, police said.

A police officer in the Chicago suburb of Riverside observed the driver, Erin James, speeding around 2:10 a.m. on Friday. After stopping James, the officer suspected her to be under the influence of alcohol.

The 58-year-old driver, a resident of Brookfield, failed several sobriety tests and was arrested, police said.
In the Riverside Police Department, James provided a breath sample that showed an alcohol content of 0.155, nearly twice the legal limit of 0.08, police said.

While being processed for the DUI charge, James told the officer why she was drinking. She told officers that she was celebrating the fact that she would be getting her license back after a DUI arrest in 2012, police said.

“This woman is a danger to the public. She should never get her license back, and if she is ever caught driving against she should be jailed for life,” Lolita Kirkland, 45, of Chicago, Illinois told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the DUI.

"James took another vehicle which was not equipped with an ignition interlock device, and was heading back from a Forest Park bar, where she went to celebrate the fact that she finally has her driving privileges again after her 2012 conviction for DUI," Riverside police Chief Tom Weitzel said in a statement.

"James is exactly the kind of driver you want to keep off the road permanently under a new DUI law being proposed in the very near future," the police officer added.

60,000 honeybees removed from cabin in Utah

The bee hive in a Utah cabin 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

There were so many bees packed into one cabin enough for an entire city, according to a statement released by officials in Utah.

It was the largest bee hive that beekeeper Vic Bachman had ever removed, packed into a tiny cabin in Ogden Valley, Utah.
"We realized that we removed 15 pounds of bees out there," Bachman, who said that the 15 pounds of bees should count around 60,000 bees.

Bachman was called to the cabin last month in Eden, Utah. Taking apart a panel that hid the bees. He had no idea he would find a 12-foot long, 4-foot wide and 16 inches deep honeycomb.

The bees have been estimated to live in the closed cabin since 1996. The cabin was rarely used, but when the owners needed to occupy the cabin after renovating a house nearby, they decided that the hive was not safe for their two little children. Some bees had found their way into the house, and the hive was just outside the bedroom window of the children.

The owners did not want to kill the honeybees, a species in decline that does the job of pollinating flowers and crops.
So they called Bachman, owner of Deseret Hive Supply, who cannot keep up with the demand for bees. Bachman use a vacuum to suck the bees into a cage.

The work lasted six hours. At $100 per hour, the bill came to $600.
"The bees were expensive," Paul Bertagnolli, the owner of the cabin said. I was satisfied with the work.
Utah, is called the beehive state.

“I never thought that so many bees can live in one small space, this is truly amazing. Also, Bertagnolli, is a kind man for not killing off the bees with a bottle of raid. The man deserves praise,” Florine Goff, 35, of Ogden, Utah told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the massive bee hive.

Family claims injuries by ghosts living in their home

The haunted home in France 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Several ghosts did not like the idea of a family moving into their home, so they decided to injure the new inhabitants, according to a statement released by local officials in Mentque-Nortbecourt, France.

A French family has said that the injuries they sustained recently, by flying objects inside their home, were ghosts throwing objects at them.

The residents of the house in Mentque-Nortbecourt, France said a family member was hospitalized earlier this month after being hit by a chair in the face and a soap tray in the back.

The mother of the family also said that a friend was hospitalized this week after being hit by stones thrown by the haunting spirits.

The family were given temporary accommodation at a campsite by local authorities, and the father of the family said the regional council of Nord-Pas-de-Calais is working to find them a new home.

“I feel bad for this family for all the injuries they received from this house. I hope the spirits and they family find peace in their separate homes,” Concetta Carney, 30, of Paris France told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the haunted house.

The family said that a local diocesan exorcist has been visiting the house in an attempt to drive out the spirits.

Boy steals father's life savings to buy himself sweets

Boy scoops up some candy illustration 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A man was devastated when he suddenly learned that his entire life savings was gone because his boy had a sweet tooth, according to a statement released by police in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian child has emptied the savings of his parents and spent about $4,000 on candy.

During a week of school break, the 9-year-old from the city of Konotop, took various sums of money from his father’s cash stash kept hidden under a couch in the home.

The child spent his entire loot at the local candy store. The child recruited an adult accomplice to help you convert the cash from U.S. dollars and euros to the local Ukrainian currency.
The man, who had been diagnosed with a mental disorder, would always get a tip for his services.

“The farther must be devastated. I feel his great pain, as he worked hard for years in order to save up some money, and his child just spent it all on candy, but at least, the child had a wonderful time during his school vacation,” Bertie Cash, 39, of Kiev, Ukraine told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the child’s sweet tooth.

Tatyana Kushnerova, a local police spokesperson said: "The disappearance was first discovered by the father, who is a regular worker, after he had returned home, opened the stash and saw it was empty."
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Woman seen sweeping up cash in the street after $1.3 million spills out of safe

The street that was covered in money 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) This was definitely a sight to remember after millions of euros in cash suddenly blew through a street.

$1.3 million in euro bills were seen flying flew through the streets of one Belgian city after a safe door burst open.

All this happened when a gang of thieves were being chased by police officers on motorcycles when the money was accidentally released from a safe.

The neighbors came out of their houses and cars to grab a share of the euros, with one woman sweeping up notes with a broom and shovel.

Zedelgem authorities have recovered less than half of the stolen cash two weeks after the incident and are asking residents to return the rest.

“Too bad this types of stories happen in other cities and not where I live. It wouldn’t be bad at all if one day I see my sidewalk covered in millions of dollars in cash,” Alba Holcomb, 29, of Greenville, South Carolina told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the free cash.

Mayor Patrick Arnou said: "It was a storm of money. People talk about nothing else in this city, since this happened."
Arnou added that people could put money into a mailbox on the edge of town, no questions asked. However, some of the money which was placed into the box was also nearly stolen.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman finds strange man dancing naked in her shower

Hector Sanchez 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A woman was left terrified after she opened her bathroom door only to find a strange man dancing nude in the shower, according to a statement released by Texas police.

Texas authorities said they arrested the man who allegedly was found dancing naked in the house of a stranger.

El Paso Police said the woman came to her house on Monday and followed the sound of running water to her bathroom, where she discovered Hector Sanchez, 41, dancing naked.

Police said that Sanchez, refused repeated orders from the woman to leave the house. The woman told police that she had never met Sanchez before.
Officials said that when police arrived they found Sanchez lying naked on a bed.

“I can’t imagine how horrified that woman must have felt. I would have just passed out, luckily for the woman, she was able to call police before anything more serious happened to her,” Fanny Bolton, 33, who lives alone in an apartment in El Paso, Texas told YourJewishNews.com after learning about Sanchez.

Sanchez, who was allegedly drunk, was taken to jail in El Paso County on allegations of burglary and criminal mischief. His bail was set at $2,500.

Finding a strange naked person in your home is not limited to men. As we reported earlier, one woman broke into homes primarily just to take a shower and then left with a few items of course.

The woman was arrested for breaking into several homes in the Highlands neighborhood. Police said before she left one of them, she did something odd.

According to an arrest report, Virginia McFadden broke into a home on Highland Avenue. Once inside, police said she stole several items, including an iPad.

However, she was not done. Police said days later, she broke into a home on Everette Avenue and stole more things, but before she was done, police said she took a shower inside the home.
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U.S. gardeners plant flowers naked in celebration of 'World Naked Gardening Day'

Planting in celebration of World Naked Gardening Day 
By: Moses Gold

If you saw a strange sight of naked people planting flowers don’t worry, they were just celebrating “World Naked Gardening Day.”

Gardeners across the United States, took their clothes off and planted flowers to celebrate the 10th annual World Naked Gardening Day, organizers said.

Mark Storey, 54, began the event with his friends after asking respondents in a survey what they like to do while nude.
Swimming, was the number one thing people said that they like to do naked, while gardening came in at the number two spot.
So Storey, of Seattle, decided to put aside May 4 to encourage people to exercise and connect with nature, while naked, he said.

"The naked connection to gardening is quite natural," he said. "There is no widely accepted naked body around, so the idea is for people to try it out. Maybe they will realize that the human body is fine, and also beautify the earth a little," Storey added.

“I think that the event is a good idea not only because it gets people to reconnect with nature, but also because, so many young men and women, are very self conscious about their bodies, and by seeing other people naked they might appreciate their own naked bodies a little bit more,” Janell Good, 38, who planted some flowers naked in celebration of “World Naked Gardening Day” in Providence, Rhode Island told YourJewishNews.com.

There was not one large gathering for the event, held on Saturday. Instead, gardeners across the country celebrated the event in their own way.
"It could be an old woman in downtown Chicago with a potted plant, or a group raking leaves at a strip club," Storey said.

New Jersey governor seen on video saving schoolchildren by killing spider

New Jersey Governor kills spider 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) The New Jersey Governor is under fire by animal rights groups, including PETA, after he proudly squashed a spider to death in front of little school children, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, said he saved a number of students by crushing the invading spider.
The Republican governor killed the spider while he was addressing a group of students in his office Friday.

"Today I saved schoolchildren from a spider," Christie tweeted later in the evening, which included a link to a YouTube video of the event.
In the video, Christie is looking for the spider, asking the kids: "where is it?"
The children showed the governor exactly where the spider is crawling, just before Christie crushes the spider to death.

“PETA is going way over the top. I sympathize with PETA when they come out condemning abuse against animals, but not when they make a fuss about a man killing a spider. PETA lost their credibility,” Elba Dale, 42, of Trenton, New Jersey told YourJewishNews.com after watching the video of Governor Christie killing the spider.

Not everyone was impressed, however. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals issued a statement saying: "The governor probably did not think before squashing it. Some people place the spider back outside, but some people are afraid of spiders that is why the governor probably crushed it.”Mobile video not loading? Click here to view