Florida man stabs his brother after spilling his beer

Randy Zipperer 
By: Moses Gold

A man was arrested and charged with assault related charges for stabbing his brother in the stomach after he spilled his beer, according to police reports in Florida.

Authorities in Florida said they arrested the man accused of stabbing his brother during an argument about macaroni and cheese, and beer.

The Sheriff's Office of Volusia County, said a witness told deputies that Randy Zipperer, 49, became upset Tuesday in his Deltona home when he could not find his macaroni and cheese, so his 47-year-old brother helped him find the food.
Zipperer’s beer was accidentally spilled by his brother during the search, which led to the two men fighting, officers said.

Zipperer allegedly stabbed his brother in the stomach with a kitchen knife during the argument. His brother suffered a small puncture wound.
Zipperer was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and obstructing an officer without violence.

Man accidentally sells wife’s $23,000 diamond ring hidden in box for $10

Racquel Cloutier 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A woman was left devastated after her husband sold her $23,000 diamond ring for just $10.

The incident came about after the California woman hid her diamond wedding ring, which cost about $23,000.00, inside a watch case. She said that her husband sold the box for $10 because he thought it was empty.

Racquel Cloutier, 31, of Laguna Niguel said she hid the ring inside the watch box and put it in her husband’s closet in order to keep away from her 2-year-old twins while she was in the hospital giving birth to another child.

Cloutier said she went to get the ring when she returned home and was dismayed to learn that her husband, Eric, had sold the apparently empty watch box for $10 in a garage sale.

"I go into the closet of my husband, and couldn’t find the box. That is when he told me he sold it. I said: 'did you sell it? Why did you sell it? Immediately I began to cry," Cloutier said.

"I'm very, very, very upset," she said. "I'm trying to remain optimistic, but I don’t know if I can. There is a small possibility that whoever bought the watch box does not even know the ring is there," she said.

Cloutier said her husband described the buyer as a blonde.
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Hungry dog eats its owners toes and foot

The pit bull Bo 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A man was horrified after he woke to find that his dog ate his toes and parts of his foot, according to hospital officials in Indiana.

Roger Brown, 46, of Brazil, Indiana, has been hospitalized in Indianapolis after his 6-month-old pit bull ate his toes while he slept.

Brown, woke up just before dawn Wednesday to a bloodied left foot and his two toes missing. He also was shocked to discover that his pit bull puppy had been biting his foot.

According to Brown, his dog Bo was able to chew off his left little toe and his big toe on the same foot. The dog also managed to eat a major part of his foot without waking the man.

Brown, who is disabled and diabetic, admitted it was his fault. He explained that he usually tightly wraps his wounds and blisters on his feet before going to sleep, but failed to do so on this particular night.

Brown said that Bo was probably attracted to the exposed wounds he had as a result of his diabetes.
The puppy was isolated after the incident by order of the city police and was under observation for signs of rabies.
Brown also said he has confidence in his decision not to kill Bo, but to continue the breeding and care of his pet.

Alicia Keys warned not to hold July 4th concert in Tel Aviv

Alicia Keys 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) Popular singing sensation Alicia Keys was warned by numerous activists not to hold a July 4th concert in Tel Aviv, Israel.

A coalition of groups have demanded that Alicia Keys cancel her July 4th concert in Tel Aviv in order to protest the mistreatment of Palestinians by Israel.

In a letter, Alicia Keys was warned to cancel her concert in Tel Aviv on a petition by Palestinian-American groups signed by over 12,000 people.

A delegation of representatives of the coalition of over 500 organizations in the United States, presented the document to the New York office of Alicia Keys to combat HIV / AIDS, Keep a Child Alive. The petition asks Keys "to be on the side of justice and cancel her concert in Tel Aviv, Israel," and to "join us in the cultural boycott of Israel and help stop entertaining apartheid."

The delegation met with the staff of the organization, who explained that they were aware of the ongoing efforts to promote the cancellation of Keys’ concert. Delegates sent over materials including details of the global boycott campaign from rights organizations documenting Israel's violation of the rights of Palestinian children.

Keys recently said that she planned to go ahead with the show, despite calls from the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

British parliament member apologizes after calling female Israeli soldier ‘a bloody Jew’

Patrick Mercer 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A British member of parliament apologized after calling a female Israeli soldier “a bloody Jew” earlier this week.

Parliament member Patrick Mercer said: "I would like to apologize for any offense I have caused to all my friends in the Jewish community."

Mercer said he was "very sorry" after watching himself on TV making those comments.
While he said the leaders of the Jewish community had yet to contact him about the incident, he said that he had a great relationship with the community in recent years and had been in contact with Jewish friends who have been very supportive following last week's incident.

He also wrote a letter of apology to Rabbi Lord Sacks to express his remorse.
As we reported earlier, a United Kingdom parliament member is under fire after he was caught on video saying that a female Israeli soldier looks like a bloody Jew, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The former Conservative party Member of Parliament Patrick Mercer, who has now resigned from being the party’s whip following allegations of lobbying, was caught on camera expressing anti-Semitic and sexist comments about a female soldier in the Israel Defense Forces.

Watch below as Mercer describes his encounter with a female IDF soldier, and says of her: "You do not look like a soldier to me. You look like a bloody Jew."Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

French human rights group releases app to fight anti-Semitism

Screenshot of the new app 
By: Debbie Gross

A human rights group is taking the fight against anti-Semitism to smartphones and tablets by creating a new app, the Licra group said in a press release.

The French group accelerated the fight against racism by launching a smart phone application this week designed to speed up the removal of racist graffiti.

The application allows users to take pictures of offensive remarks, geo-locate the offence and send a message to local authorities responsible for removing them through the Licra group, the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism.

"You cannot fight against racism and anti-Semitism in the 21st century as we did in the past," Licra President Alain Jakubowicz said. The application is available for download free of charge.

Jordanian and Israeli students learn how to jointly save lives

Professor signing diplomas for Israeli and Jordanian students 
By: Sarah Weiss

In a new initiative, Israeli and Jordanian students learn how to jointly work to save lives.

By Anav Silverman

Tazpit News Agency for
YourJewishNews.com

Ben Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) graduated its first class of Jordanian and Israeli students who completed a special joint-emergency medicine BA program earlier this year. The first graduating class at the Israel-Jordan Academic Emergency Medicine Collaboration included 54 graduates who spent three years studying emergency medicine and medical response.

One part of the curriculum included a Joint Disaster Management Project which had Jordanian and Israeli students training with officials from Israel’s national emergency service, the Magen David Adom and the Jordanian Red Crescent to respond to emergency situations such as earthquakes.

There are only three countries that provide emergency medical response qualifications at the BA degree level, according to Dr. Mohammed al-Hadid, one of the founders of the Ben Gurion program. If Jordanians want to earn a bachelor’s in emergency medical response, they can either go to the United States, Australia or Israel’s BGU which provides the only university-based academic degree for paramedics in the Middle East.

“We choose to go next door to our neighbors,” said Dr. Al-Hadid in article about the program on the website of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Dr. Al-Hadid, who is the president of the Jordanian Red Crescent, said that he and his colleagues were impressed with Israel’s emergency medical services. “We were very impressed with the level of expertise demonstrated in Israel – and when you see something is working for others, you want to have the best for your own people,” he said.

Israel’s emergency medical teams are internationally recognized for their emergency response to disasters and tragedies, as they travel across the world to assist nations in natural disasters.

In order to make the unique Israeli-Jordanian collaboration possible, Dr. Al-Hadid worked together with Prof. Jimmy Weinblatt, a former rector at BGU and Prof. James Torczyner, director of the McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building to establish the program.

One of the primary goals behind the BGU program was to enable neighboring Arab countries and Israel to work together when a natural disaster or medical emergency strikes. Fault lines along the Syrian-African rift have been worrying regional seismologists, who warn that they could cause an earthquake in Jordanian and Israeli cities in the future.

The program received its funding from the Israeli Ministry for Regional Cooperation, MASHAV (Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation), the European Union Partnership for Peace Program and private donors.

Tuition costs and living expenses in Be'er Sheva were completely covered for the Jordanian students, who took part in campus life and social gatherings with their Israeli counterparts. Courses were taught in both Arabic and English.
In his congratulatory address to the first graduating class, Dr. Al-Hadid expressed thanks for this opportunity.

“I thank you for all giving our students the opportunity to get their education and training them to become lifesavers, unlike those lifetakers who do so in the name of their fanatic beliefs. However, our belief will always be through humanity to peace,” he said.

“Experience has shown us that it is possible to bring Arabs and Israelis together to achieve common goals.”
“Medicine is the bridge to working together. We’re all people and there’s absolutely no difference between us,” added Bruria Adini, the director of the BGU program. “We need a joint and collaborative response that can save lives.”

Cattle theft from Jewish farms by Muslims in the West Bank jumps sharply

Cattle illustration 
By: Shifra Unger

A surge in cattle thefts were reports from Jewish farms located in the Israeli controlled West Bank.

By Aryeh Savir

Tazpit News Agency for
YourJewishNews.com

There has been a considerable increase in the theft of cattle by Arabs from the Israeli farmers of Judea and Samaria.
Early Thursday morning an attempt to steal cattle at Mitzpe Danny, in Benyamin, was thwarted.

The intruders cut through the fences, poisoned a guard dog and removed a second dog from the scene. Residents who noticed the suspicious activity alerted the security forces. After a pursuit, one thief was apprehended, but another one escaped. The police later announced that the suspect had already been released after questioning. They stressed that only one dog had been harmed.

This is the second attempt this week to infiltrate Mitzpe Danny and steal cattle.
Last night ten lambs were stolen at Chavat Maon, south of Hebron. The thieves tried to steal the entire herd, but got away with only the lambs they could carry.

Over the past two weeks there have been several other such incidents. Over the past six months, over 1,000 heads of cattle have been stolen from Jewish farmers.

The Shomer (Guardian) Organization in Yesha told Tazpit News Agency they believe these attacks are not only about cattle, but about control of the land: "These latest incidents serve as further proof that the cattle theft has become a strategic objective for the thieves." Farmers in Judea and Samaria speak of deliberate attacks of Arabs against Jewish farmers, in an attempt to weaken their grasp on their land.

They explain that these attacks are nationalistically motivated. In terms of control, herds mean grassing space, and therefore the theft of cattle also brings to the diminishing grasp of the farmers on their land. Many of the farmers do not make a living off their farming and agriculture, but cling to their fields with the understanding that their actions ensure that the Jewish owned land remains in Jewish hands.

Human rights group threatens Australian professors against Israel boycott

Group of professors illustration 
By: David Ross

A human rights group has delivered a strong warning to Australian professors after they called to boycott Israel.

A Tel Aviv-based civil rights group warned Australian supporters of a proposed boycott against Israel on Thursday that their activities were racist, and in violation of Australian Federal anti-discrimination laws. Recently, faculty and students at Sydney University called for the severing of links with Israeli institutions.

In letters sent to Associate Professor Jake Lynch, Professor Stuart Rees and others, Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center threatened to take legal action if they did not immediately discontinue their boycott campaign.

This past semester, the university's student body endorsed Associate Professor Jake Lynch's academic boycott of Israel. Lynch had publicly announced his refusal to work with Dan Avnon, an Israeli professor from the prestigious Hebrew University in Jerusalem, which promotes Israeli-Arab coexistence, and also called for a boycott of Technion University in Haifa.

Professors’ Lynch and Rees’ actions, although widely condemned by mainstream politicians and community figures, have also been supported by NSW Labor MP Lynda Voltz and Mary Kostakidis.

According to NSW Solicitor Andrew Hamilton of Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement has been recognized as anti-Semitic by leading authorities such as Anti-Defamation League in the United States, and in a report recently released by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

In the letters Hamilton pointed out that the Racial Discrimination Act of 1975 made it "unlawful for a person to do any act involving a distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, ... national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal footing, of any human right or fundamental freedom in the political, economic, social, cultural or any other field of public life."

Hamilton also warned that any "successful" boycott of Israel was illegal under the Competition and Consumer Act of 2010 if they damage the businesses they target, and that as a result parties could be investigated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and face legal action for damages.

"Lynch, Rees, Voltz and others like them seek to impose restrictions on those having Israeli and Jewish national, racial or ethnic origins, whether these are goods, services, persons and organizations. The participants of the BDS movement clearly seek to violate freedoms guaranteed by Federal law," Hamilton said.

Hamilton added out that "these individuals act with the clear purpose of nullifying or impairing the recognition and equal footing of those persons and organizations whom they seek to boycott, divest from and sanction."

Shurat HaDin – Israel Law Center is an organization dedicated to enforcing basic human rights through the legal system and represents victims of terrorism in courtrooms around the world. Its clients include American, European, and Israeli citizens. It is a fully independent non-profit organization, unaffiliated with any political party or governmental body.

PETA’s new video game lets players destroy animal abusers

PETA’s video game “Cage Fight” 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) The PETA organization, came up with a unique idea to bring awareness to animal abuse.

Abuse against anyone is unacceptable, whether the victim is a human or an animal.

Although violence is never the answer to stop people from abusing others, sometimes people feel like punching a person, who had abused a child or an animal. Now you can, thanks to the new PETA video game called: “Fight Cage: Eliminate animal abuse.”

PETA has released the new video game where people can punch animal abusers, while rescuing the animal. The online video game gives the player three real life MMA fighters to choose from. Then, players can beat up the animal abusers and let the animals out of its cages.

In a press release PETA said: “Fight Cage” gives you the chance to combat cruel animal experimenters. It doesn't just show you how animals suffer in laboratories, while you're fighting abusers, you can use PETA's website to fire off protest letters to real-world institutions that cage, poison, and kill animals." Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man proposes to girlfriend live on ‘America’s Got Talent’ show

Travis Pratt with his new fiance 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) The “America’s Got Talent” show has made many people’s dream come true.

Many contestants, even if they did not actually win at the show, won fame, so they can go on to pursue their dreams.

Travis Pratt was a contestant on a recent audition of the America’s Got Talent show. He explained that he did not have the confidence to come to the show, but it was his girlfriend who persuaded him to do so.

When soft-spoken Pratt walked on stage, no one expected him to sing classical opera music. When he started to sing the Puccini classic song called “O Mio Babbino Caro,” the judges were pleasantly surprised, and everyone loved his performance.

Pratt, who lives in Georgia, blew the judges and audience away with his opera song. After learning that it was Pratt’s girlfriend, who encouraged him to sing on the show, Howie Mandel, convinced her to go on stage. He complemented the girl on giving her man the courage to share his talent with the world.

Mandel asked the woman how long they had been together. “Five years,” she replied. Then Travis got down on one knee and proposed to his girl. "I've loved you from the first moment I laid eyes on you," he said. "Will you marry me?" He asked her. She said: "Yes."

His performance, earned him and his fiance, a trip to Hollywood for the next round of the show.
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Guide dog saves two of its trainers from being hit by runaway car

Guide dog illustration 
By: Debbi Gross

(Scroll down for video) A guide dog in-training has proven the it got what it takes to help and protect a blind person.

The guide dog saved its handler and trainer from being injured in a car crash in San Rafael, California. The dog alerted them to a runaway car on the sidewalk before it could hit them.

Todd Jurek, a supervisor, was training the guide dogs for the blind, accompanied by O'Neill, an 18-month-old labrador. One instructor, Danielle Alvarado, was blindfolded in a field trial when a black car almost backed into them. The video which was uploaded to the internet, shows the dog turning around spotting the car moments before it hit them, and the group immediately ran to safety.

"The dog reacted probably two seconds before I did," Jurek said. He turned around, saw the car, then I turned around, I saw it, and we ran," Jurek added. The driver of the black car was reportedly a 93-year-old woman. Luckily, nobody was hurt in the incident.
O'Neill is in the process of completing its training and will be matched with a blind person in about two to three weeks.
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Hospitalized man, 86, sings 'You Are My Sunshine' with wife of 66 years

James and Colleen Pinegar 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) An elderly couple, are making headlines after their daughter recorded a video showing their special moment of love for one another.

The video, shows an 86-year-old couple of Utah, as they show what true love looks like. They were seen on video singing together the classic song of 'You Are My Sunshine'.

James Pinegar was hospitalized after trying to help his 90-year-old neighbor, unfortunately, Pinegar slipped on ice and broke his hip. He has been hospitalized for three months, with his wife constantly at his side.

One day, while their daughter was visiting, she recorded her parents amazing love for each other. In the video, Pinegar is heard telling his wife Colleen: "Come a little closer." He then held her hand.

What followed was a touching moment. The couple looked at each other with love as they sang: "You Are My Sunshine, please don’t take my love away," which brought tears to the eyes of the elderly couple and their daughter, as well as to all those who saw the video. The couple has been married for 66 years.

As they completed the song, Mr. Pinegar became emotional. He looked directly at his wife, and they concluded with a tender kiss on the lips. Their daughter, Linda Whitaker, posted the touching video. Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman asks court for order of protection against husband because he urinates in her pots

Pots illustration 
By: David Ross

A woman asked a court to kick her husband out of the family home because he uses her pots and pans as a toilet.

Shuviso Jubika, of Harare, Zimbabwe, told the court that her husband is in the habit of urinating is the pots that she uses for cooking.

She told the court that she can not continue to share the same apartment with her husband, Million Nkhoma. Jubika asked the Harare civil court for a protective order against her husband. She also asked the judge to evict him from the family home.

"I cannot continue staying with this man, he always urinates in our pots and pans. I have tried to warn him not to do that, but he does not listen,” she said. She also told the court that they do not sleep in the same room because of his untidy behavior and his room is filthy.

The woman went on to tell the court that Million physically abuses her. "I want him to stop hitting me. Recently, he hit me with a brick when we had a domestic dispute, so I want him to move out of the house.

Million defended himself by telling the court that he was the one who was being abused by his wife. "I'm the one who should have made ​​this application for an order of protection, as she is perpetrating violence towards me. He went on to tell the court how his wife recently broke his leg when she hit him with an iron pole.

He also told Judge Vongai Muchuchuti, that his wife wants him out of the house so she can accommodate her family members who have already moved in with them.

Judge Muchuchuti, who presided over the case, granted the protective order which prohibits the husband to perpetrate violence toward his wife. However, the Judge did not evict him from the family home.

White Castle lovers rejoice after company launches mobile restaurants

White Castle food truck 
By: Eva Fett

White Castle fans are extremely happy after the company announces that it is launching mobile restaurants, according to a press release of the company.

White Castle is prepared to serve their square-shaped burgers on wheels with the planned launch later this month of two food trucks in Louisville, Kentucky, and Columbus, Ohio, close to the company’s headquarters.

The trucks, which will be named “CraveMobiles”, will only available for events at first including weddings until company officials will determine exactly where the trucks will be located, Jamie Richardson, vice president of White Castle said. Once regular locations are mapped out, the trucks will probably remain open 24 hours, like almost all brick and mortar stores of White Castle. Richardson said that the food truck menu, although not yet finalized, will have three variations of its signature burgers.

The ability to enter new products is part of what prompted White Castle to jump on the food truck trend that has spread across major cities in the United States in recent years. Richardson described the truck as a "strategic tool to test new products and search multiple sites for new restaurants. “We will be able to see how a neighborhood is like before investing in a new location,” the company said.

White Castle, a private company, currently has a little over 400 restaurants in 12 states, primarily in the Midwest, New York, New Jersey, Kentucky and Tennessee. All locations are owned by the company. Chain revenue in 2012 was $630 million, of which about 15 percent came from its line of frozen burgers sold in grocery stores.

Wendy’s employee causes outrage after eating ice cream out of machine

Wendy’s employee eats ice cream out of machine 
By: David Ross

Seems like restaurant workers are looking to become famous and make it on the news with their disgusting antics.

Recently, we have brought you stories about outrageous restaurant employees who have eaten or licked food, which was meant for customers.

This time, a photo has appeared on a social media website, which shows an employee of Wendy’s receiving Frosty ice cream into his mouth directly from the from dispenser. Bob Bertini, a spokesperson for Wendy’s, said that the employee’s action are totally inexcusable, and they are investigating the incident.

Is this a new trend? Perhaps you remember the pizza delivery man who has been caught on video eating toppings from a customer’s pizza pie, according to video uploaded to the internet. The man was seen in an elevator, in St. Petersburg, Russia on his way to make a delivery when he opened the customer’s pizza box, picked off the toppings and ate it.

In another incident, a Taco Bell employee was fired after a photo showed him in uniform inside a Taco Bell restaurant licking a stack of about 30 tacos. These photos might have given the employees temporary fame, but in the end, they lost their jobs and it might take a while before someone hires them again.

Man detained after stuffing 17 people including 10 children not wearing seatbelts in 9 passenger van

Chevrolet Suburban illustration 
By: Moses Gold

A man was detained and received a large fine after stashing 17 people including 10 children in a 9 passenger vehicle, according to police reports in Washington.

The man, a resident of Battle Ground, received 10 tickets totaling $1,240 Sunday afternoon for packing his nine-seat vehicle with 17 people, 10 of whom were children not wearing seat belts.

The 37-year-old driver said he was on his way to Rocky’s Pizza, located at 1901 W. Main St., when a Washington State Police officer detained him on Highway 502 in Dollars Corner. The trooper noticed the driver wasn’t wearing his seatbelt and that the unbuckled passengers were all children, police officer Will Finn, a spokesperson for the department said.

The vehicle, a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban, may legally carry nine people. A woman sat in the front passenger’s seat with a child next to her, both buckled, and fourteen kids were packed into the remaining six seats.

Had the vehicle rolled or been involved in a collision, the children could have moved about in the cabin and been hurt, Finn said. Troopers occasionally run into motorists carrying an extra passenger, but eight extra people?

“That’s a lot,” Finn said. “The trooper averted a potential tragedy,” the department said in a statement.

Elderly woman devastated after bugs eat all her stashed away life savings cash

Cash eaten by termites 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A woman was left devastated after she discovered that all her life savings cash she stashed away in a drawer, were eaten by termites.

The old woman received the nasty surprise when she checked on her stash and discovered that termites had eaten through her ​​life savings.

When the children of a woman from southern China, who has not been identified, gave their mother $60,000 she decided to keep it in a drawer in her home instead of depositing it in a bank.

This proved to be a costly mistake for the poor woman when she went to retrieve some of the money six months later, she found annoying termites had chewed on it.
In desperation, she took the notes to the bank in hopes that she could save some of the money.

Luckily, bank employees helped her recover about $10,000 but the incident still her with $10,000 in out-of-pocket losses.
People learning of her plight, were sympathetic to the pensioner.

This was not the first time life savings cash was destroyed while being stashed away. As we reported earlier, an oven is not a place to hide your cash.

A man has probably learned a costly lesson where he hides his cash.
The unidentified father of Sydney, Australia, sold his car last week. The $15,000 in revenue was supposed to be spent on his mortgage payment and other expenses, according to the Australian news media.

Opting not to squirrel away with the loot in a mattress or bury it in his backyard, he decided to hide the cash in his oven, which is rarely used.
It turns out, his wife decided to use the oven that day. She preheated the oven to warm up chicken nuggets for her two children and, yes, she cooked the cash in the process.

"It was everything we had," he told the news media. "I have nothing in my name. That money had to go to my mortgage."
His wife was equally distraught and apparently could not help but cry with her husband after discovering what had happened. The money was baked in a mess of burned colors.
He approached his lender and the Reserve Bank of Australia for help.

The Reserve Bank advises people to take damaged currency to a bank. According to the Reserve Bank's policy, "if several pieces of the same ticket is presented, the policy of the Reserve Bank is that each piece to be worth some value in proportion to its size. The value total paid must be the face value of the original ticket. A man has probably learned a costly lesson where he hides his money in cash.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman admits to drinking two liters of human blood a month ‘to make her healthier’

Julia Caples with a volunteer 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A woman said she drinks several litres of human blood per month in order to sustain her healthy body.
The mother of two has been likened to a vampire after she admitted to drinking two liters of blood every month.

Julia Caples of Pennsylvania, is not the usual blood sucker after having raised two children aged 9 and 24-years-old, and is also currently working as a care worker.

Her beautiful appearance can be deceiving and at 45-years-old, she likes to engage in a bit of blood guzzling every four weeks, which she thinks keeps her in good shape.
"When I feed off a person and drink their blood I feel stronger and healthier", Caples said.

“I know scientifically that there is a lot of nutrition in the blood, but maybe there's some value that we have not discovered yet. I feel more beautiful than at any other time. I'm drinking regularly. I'm also very healthy, as I have no health problems, and I have a lot of energy all the time," she also said.

Caples does not stalk her victims, instead, she meets up with volunteer donors in her local area, takes them to her home, where she cuts them open.

The vampire did not start to drink blood regularly until she met her former husband, but said she had always been interested in trying it.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man suffering from erectile dysfunction sues doctor after getting 8 month long erection

Daniel Metzgar (left) 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A man claims that a doctor left him with an eight month-long erection, according to a lawsuit filed in a Delaware court.

The man, suffering from erectile dysfunction, is suing the surgeon, who did solve his problem, after receiving a little more than he expected.

Daniel Metzgar said that a penile implant surgery in 2009 left him with an erection that lasted for eight months.

The 44-year-old truck driver from New Jersey is seeking unspecified damages after he was forced to wear baggy pants and long shirts to hide this embarrassing problem, a court heard.

He said he knew something was wrong when his scrotum grew to the size of a volleyball, but he did go back to his surgeon, Dr. Thomas Desperito, for four months, he said.

Metzgar finally went under the knife so the prosthesis could be removed, in August 2010, eight months after the initial surgery.
"It was impossible to dance, as my erection was poking my partner," he told the court.

“It's not something you want to bring out at parties and show your friends," he told the court.
Metzgar said the surgeon demanded $10,000 to perform the procedure, a claim Desperito denied.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man arrested after raping unconscious woman ‘because he wanted to warm her’

Rodger William Kelly 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with rape related charges after raping an unconscious woman. He allegedly told police that he wanted to save the life of the woman by warming her, according to police reports in Utah.

The 50-year-old man from St. George is in trouble after he allegedly found his unconscious neighbor on her front porch and allegedly stated that he had sex with her to try to get her warm.

Rodger William Kelly told police that he did it with the 29-year-old, because "he was trying to save her life," according to court documents.

He said he inserted it in order to try to get her temperature up, police wrote in their report.
Police told Kelly that his actions were rape. He was charged Monday with one count of felony rape in the first degree.

Kelly told officers he had found the woman in front of her apartment and took her inside his apartment, changed her clothes and put her in bed. He said he then lied down beside her and hugged her to try to get her temperature up because she had been out cold, and then tried to have sex to warm her.

When police arrived in response to a call, they found Kelly in his apartment giving the woman CPR.
The woman later told police she thought she might have been raped. She told police she had bruises on her thighs and upper pelvis, according to court documents.

The hospital was unable to complete a rape kit because the woman's vaginal area was cleaned while sedated, according to court documents.

Kelly told police that the two were previously close, but admitted that the woman had said before the incident that she did not want to have sex with him.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view