Woman eats household soaps, drinks cough syrup while sleepwalking

Lesley Cusack 
By: Moses Gold

A woman finally figured out why her household items go missing and she is shocked by the reason.

The woman said she eats up to 2,500 calories of snacks at night while sleepwalking.

Lesley Cusack, 55, said she often finds empty crisp packets and all the leftovers from the kitchen missing, when she wakes up in the morning.

The mother of three children in Warrington, Cheshire said that she even eats household items such as paint, Vaseline, cough syrup, raw potatoes and washing powder.
"My bedding and night clothes are constantly getting stained and needs a washing," she said.

"I always find a trail of food in the morning. My nights are disturbed. I get up exhausted with stomach cramps, feeling sick and find food in my bed," she added.

“I have a simple solution to her dangerous problem. This woman should tie herself to her bed when she goes to sleep and she will never sleepwalk or eat at night again. I don’t understand why she couldn't figure out this solution on her own,” Toni Singleton, 29, of London, England told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the condition of Cusack.

Cusack, who eat fruits and salads during the day in an attempt to lose weight, said she is now seeking help for her problem.

Florida high school teacher fired after posting her bikini photo

Olivia Sprauer 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A high school teacher didn't think twice before posting some bikini photos on the internet, but unfortunately, the photos got her into trouble.

The Florida teacher was escorted out of the school after her principal was shown pictures of her in a bikini.
Olivia Sprauer was a teacher at the Martin County School when she was called into the principal's office.

She was shown a picture that had been sent to him by a member of the school community.
It was one of a series of photos with Spraur posing in a bikini and underwear.
Sprauer admitted that she was indeed the woman in the photo. She was then told by the principal to resign and was escorted out of the school.

“I think this woman was fired for no reason. Who doesn't have swimwear photos? What is wrong with this principal? The only person who should be fired is the principal because he thinks something is wrong when a woman enjoys herself the beach,” Patsy Gill, 26, of Miami Beach, Florida told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the fired teacher.

Sprauer said she had planned to leave school at the end of the year anyway.
She plans to continue her modeling career and attend graduate school.


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Man arrested after having sex with elderly woman in nursing home

Theodore Davidson 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man was arrested after he was caught having sex with an elderly woman whom he visited at a nursing home.

Theodore Davidson, 71, of New York, came to visit his acquaintance at the nursing home when a staff member allegedly entered the patient's room during the incident and contacted the police. Davidson is accused of sexually abusing a resident.

Police said a staff member at Orchard Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Granville, saw the two having sex.

“Everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. I would refrain from jumping to conclusions until we have all facts, as we first have to know the relationship between the two, and if it was consensual or forced. Many elderly people have active sex lives, so you never know,” Edward Turner, 42, of Lake George, New York, told YourJewishNews.com After hearing about the arrest of Davidson.

Davidson was arrested by Granville, New York police and he was charged with first-degree endangering the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person and sexual abuse in the second degree.

Family of bats take over woman's apartment

Christina Abbott 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) She has no idea why a family of bats took over her apartment.

A woman who lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada said her apartment has been taken over by bats, and no one is willing to help her.

Christina Abbott said that the first bat appeared one day late last month, and more arrived soon after that.
"I left my home for a week and when I came back I saw more fly around the living room," she said. "Only since last week there were additional 12 bats," she added.

"It's scary," Abbott said. "The worst was in the middle of the night, I have a dog and it was sleeping in bed with me and suddenly, I thought I felt something. At the same time I heard a noise and about two or three feet from my bed was a bat lying on the ground. Just thinking that I have been sleeping with a bat in my bed is traumatizing," Abbott said.

Abbott said she has been treated for rabies as a precaution.
The company that manages the apartment building where Abbott has an apartment, Mainstreet Equity Corp., has not been very helpful with the bat problem, she said, and has since realized that their lease was being canceled due to a relationship breakdown.

"I feel very frustrated," she said. "I was hoping to meet with the pest control and make that decision for myself," she added.
“Living under these conditions is terrible. I would never live in an apartment which has a bat anywhere in sight. I would not be able to sleep for a single minute out of fear. I can’t understand why no one is helping this poor woman,” Christy Colon, 23, of Toronto, Canada told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the bat problem.

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Baseball team lifts car off pinned student after her mother runs her over

Baseball 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A baseball team saved a girl’s life after lifting her mother’s car off of her.

The group of high school baseball players in California, came to a teen girl's rescue on Wednesday after she was hit by a car in their school's parking lot.

During their last practice of the season on a nearby field, the men heard screams for help, so ran to see what was happening. They found the girl pinned under a vehicle. Together they lifted the car and pulled the girl to safety.

The girl's mother was driving the vehicle, when she accidentally hit another car in the parking lot of Valley High School in Sacramento. She then reversed the car without realizing that her daughter was behind the car, she hit her daughter who became trapped underneath.

About a dozen of the baseball players helped lift the four-door sedan off of the girl, according to the players. The teams' assistant coach was then able to pull her out from underneath.

“They were at the right place at the right time and they were able to save the girl. I cannot imagine the horror of the mother after seeing that she hit her daughter almost taking her life. I am happy that all ended well,” Jennifer White, 30, of Sacramento, California told YourJewishNews.com after hearing about the inncident.

The girl is expected to make a full recovery.


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Man blows up his house after wife would not follow his orders

Czeslaw Kaminski’s destroyed house 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video)A man landed in the hospital after he blew up his house after his wife did not obey his orders.

Czeslaw Kaminski’s wife went out for the day and refused to come home when he ordered her to do so.

Kaminski, 69, of Poland, became angry after his wife went out with their children on a picnic for the day without him. Officials in the city of Lodz said that Kaminski became upset when he woke up and saw a note his wife left him, letting him know that she had taken the children for a picnic for the day.

Kaminski's wife, Grazyna, told police that her husband called her on her cell phone and demanded that she come home immediately, but when she refused he said he would take revenge. “I did not take his threat seriously but when I came home I found this," she said.

“Has he lost his mind? He burned down the house he paid for, and lost all his and his children’s stuff. Is that what he calls revenge?” Imie Nazwisko, 47, of Warsaw, Poland told YourjewishNews.com after learning about Kaminski’s distructive behavior in revenge of his wife.

Kaminski allegedly lit a fire in the basement and threw two gas cylinders into the fire. The explosion caused the house to collapse, splashing debris and dirt across the lawn. Kaminski was unable to leave the house in time before the explosion and suffered serious injuries. He was airlifted to a hospital.

Kaminski is said to be in serious condition.




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Babysitter video camera catches burglar red handed

Thief inside Brooklyn New York home 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A New York couple decided to turn on their babysitter surveillance camera right before leaving on vacation.

When they came back home they were shocked to learn that they were robbed, and it was all caught on camera, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The nanny cam of a Brooklyn family caught the thief stealing an Apple computer, cash and jewelry from their home while they were out of town.

The camera video showed the robber, wearing a wool hat, hooded sweatshirt and gloves, placing a laptop in a bag, along with other items, right next to the crib of a baby in the family home in the Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.

The thief made off with $5,000 in valuables, police said.
The residents were out of town for the weekend when the thief sneaked through a back window at 9:00 pm, police said.

“It is fascinating to see how thieves have the audacity to enter someone’s home and steal items. I am glad that it was all recorded on video, and I hope that the New York Police Department will soon catch this guy and put him behind bars where he belongs,” Lena Wise, 20, of Brooklyn, New York told YourJewishNews.com after watching the video.

Alexey Chizhov said that it was a last minute decision to turn on the camera before he and his family left.
"That day when we went to Washington, I decided to turn it on," he said. "The cameras have not been obtained for security reasons, we have never had any thieves in our house, but I was like, 'Why not?'" Chizhov also said.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view


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