New York man arrested after selling drugs while holding baby daughter

Tyreek Langs 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a child related charged after he was seen selling drugs while holding his infant daughter, according to police reports in New York.
The Suffolk County Police said that the Central Islip man has been arrested for selling heroin while holding his 8-month-old daughter.

Tyreek Langs, 23, was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a child.
It happened around 3:00 pm Thursday in Central Islip.

Officers conducting surveillance spotted Langs with the baby, who is 8-months-old, in his arms, walking down the street and selling heroin to a drug buyer. The incident occurred at Peters Boulevard and Kelly Avenue, police said.

"The child seemed fine as she was being held by the parent while her father was approaching the drug buyer. The man completed the transaction of narcotics with the child in his arms," the Suffolk County Police Lieutenant James Rooney said. "For him, it seemed like ordinary course of business. That is how agents observe it," he added.

Langs was arrested immediately and police found heroin on him, police said.

The child was handed over to his grandmother and child protection services were notified.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman threatens to shoot roommate after hiding her vodka

Kari Dangler 
By: Eva Fett

A woman was arrested and charged with assault related charges after threatening her roommate with a gun because he hid her vodka, according to police reports in Florida.

The Key Largo woman was arrested Wednesday, the Monroe County sheriff said.

When sergeant Jason Madnick and Deputy Sydney Whitehouse arrived to the house located on Second Terrace at 6:15 pm, they found the victim standing outside. The suspect, 51-year-old Kari Dangler was still inside.

The victim told Sergeant Madnick that Dangler had pointed a gun at him. He said the weapon was a revolver she kept in a black steel holster.

Sergeant Madnick then told Dangler about the accusation of her roommate. She said the gun belonged to her roommate and she had only gone to get it cleaned. The weapon, a stainless Colt Python, was recovered from a bedroom.

Inside the gun was a spent bullet casing. Sergeant Madnick asked Dangler about it and she said that she fired the gun last week in the pool area because a frog was making noises. Sheriff's Office records show that police responded to calls of a shooting in that area last week. Deputies responding to the incident could not locate the source of the gunfire at that time.

Dangler was arrested. She was charged with aggravated assault and was booked into jail.

Wendy’s employee fired after being caught licking customer ice cream

Wendy's employee licking ice cream 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A Wendy’s employee was fired after images emerged showing him licking customer ice cream, according to a statement released by Wendy’s.

The photo, which was published last week on Reddit, became the latest image showing bad behavior at a fast food restaurant. The image quickly went viral.

The image joined other Internet classics like the image of the Taco Bell employee licking tacos.

Wendy's spokesperson Bob Bertini did not reveal exactly when the incident occurred and did not say at which restaurant the incident took place. The photo showed an employee sucking soft ice directly from the vending machine.
Bertini said the employee is no longer with the restaurant.

"We do not know the exact date the photo was taken, but we believe it was sometime last month," Bertini said. "The incident was totally inappropriate, and we are taking this very seriously," he added.

As we reported earlier, 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.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Police release recording of man who called to complain about ugly prostitute

By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A man called police to complain about a prostitute who was ugly.

The man of West Midlands, United Kingdom, called police to complain that he was deceived by a woman after she claimed to be good-looking.

The man contacted officers and he wanted to press charges against the woman for breaching the “Sale of Goods Act” for making herself out to be better looking than she was. A West Midlands Police spokesperson said: "We got a call on Tuesday at 7:30 pm. The caller said he had been with a sex worker outside a hotel and did not like the way she looked.”

The man told police that he asked the woman to describe herself before they met. Turns out that she looked nothing as the person she described, and he felt cheated. When he raised this issue with the woman she allegedly became angry and took the car keys. She ran out of the car and then threw the keys at him, prompting him to call the police.

An officer advised the man that no crimes were committed by the woman, but soliciting sex, was in fact, illegal.

The “Sale of Goods Act” was put in place to give consumers legal rights, establishing the products sold must be of satisfactory quality, and must match the sellers description. A prostitute misrepresenting her looks does not fall under that category.
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Man sentenced to jail for tattooing his 3-year-old nephew

Tattoo parlor  
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A man was sentenced to jail after using homemade instruments to tattoo his nephew.

Cruz Tenorio of Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been sentenced to six months in federal prison for tattooing the letter "I" on the arm of his 3-year-old nephew.

Tenorio, 29, must serve six months in prison and another six months in a halfway house when he is released from prison.

He will also have to pay restitution to his nephew. He will be responsible for all medical or psychological services the child might need due to the incident, including paying for the tattoo removal.

Tenorio pleaded guilty to child abuse after authorities said he tattooed his nephew's arm using unsterilized tools.

Prosecutors said that Tenorio had no formal training to do tattoos and he did not take the necessary precautions to prevent infection.

Eyeball licking becomes hottest new teen craze making them sick

Girls engaged in eyeball licking 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) Officials have warned teens to stop engaging in the new craze of eyeball licking, according to a statement released by health officials in Japan.

The strange new craze originated in Japan, where teenagers have started licking their partner's eyes as a sign of affection.

The practice, known as oculolinctus, is believed to have been inspired by the Japanese band Born and their video Spiral Lie, which features a scene in slow motion of eyeball licking.

Health professionals have been quick to criticize the new trend after Japanese schools reported an increase in the number of children suffering from infections of the eyelids and conjunctivitis.

Dr. Robert Cykiert, of New York University Langone Medical Center said: "When you are licked in the eye, you are receiving dangerous bacteria. It's a very dangerous trend to say the least.”

He added: "People can be scarring the cornea and the damage may be permanent depending on the germs. Bacteria can cause a perforation or hole."

The craze is now said to have spread from Japan to the U.S. Virgin Islands, with videos and photos of people licking eyeballs being shared everywhere through YouTube and Tumblr.

Dr. Cykiert warned teenagers against taking part in the trend just to show love for your partner, and advised that instead they should adhere to hand holding and kissing, which has existed for millions of years.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

U.S. judge orders female lawyers to dress modestly in court

Judge Royce Taylor 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) Female lawyers will not be able to dress as they please, at least when it comes to one court-house in Tennessee.

A U.S. judge has ruffled some feathers after issuing a strict dress code for female lawyers in Tennessee.
Judge Royce Taylor said he has received complaints from several lawyers about some of the inappropriate dress of female lawyers.

The judge was compelled to issue the new rules after women came to court dressed in revealing blouses, miniskirts and at least in one case, sweatpants.

To address the growing problem, Judge Taylor decided to write a letter to the women asking them to adopt a more conservative dress code.

“All you have to do is go to church and see what people wear, like hats, gloves, and long dresses," the judge wrote.
"I realized that county judges here weren't holding women to the same level as men," the judge wrote.

The letter adds: "I have advised some women that a jacket with sleeves below the elbow is appropriate or an equivalent professional dress. Their personal appearance in court is a reflection on the whole legal profession.”
A lawyer said she was a little offended by the judge's decision, but understands his motivation.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view