Los Angeles TSA agent tells girl,15, to dress modestly

The girl who was told to cover up by TSA 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A TSA agent at Los Angeles Airport cause outrage after telling a young girl to dress more modestly.

The father of the girl said that the TSA agent at Los Angeles International Airport told his teenage daughter to "cover up" herself before she boarded her flight.

The girl's father, Mark Frauenfelder, who posted about the incident on Sunday night, said that the TSA agent "humiliated and embarrassed my 15-year-old daughter."

He said that his daughter, who was with other high school students on a college tour, described the incident to him with a text message.

"I was at the terminal where the TSA check IDs," Frauenfelder wrote. "She said that the officer was looking at her and whispering. She said, ‘Excuse me?’ and he said: 'You're only 15, cover yourself’, in a hostile tone. She said she was shocked by his abusive behavior,” the father wrote.

Although, he said it should not matter what she was wearing, Frauenfelder included a photo of his daughter of that day. The photo shows her wearing long pants and a tank top that was just shy of reaching her pants with a flannel overshirt. Her outfit was just like hundreds of other passengers on a given day.

"It does not matter what she wore because it is not his business to tell the girls what they should or should not wear. His creepy thoughts are his problem, and he should not use his position of authority as an excuse to humiliate girls and blame them for his sick attitude,” the father wrote.

Frauenfelder said he and his wife met with TSA at the airport. The TSA said that they are opening an investigation.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman nearly gets out of jail after faking cancer

Prison illustration 
By: Shifra Unger

A woman nearly succeeded in getting out of her jail sentence by showing prison officials a fake doctor’s note saying that she has cancer, according to court proceedings in Sweden.

Now, the woman, who tried to leave prison by falsifying her terminal cancer, will serve an additional period of two months in jail, officials said.

The Court of Appeals in southern Sweden, said the 46-year-old woman, who had been sentenced to prison for aggravated fraud, produced a medical certificate saying she was dying of cancer in an attempt to leave the prison.

The certificate has been accepted by the Swedish Prison and Probation Service, but the scheme was discovered by the Social Security Agency.
The doctors at the agency said that the certificate was not very convincing.

"Doctors do not write that someone has ‘three to six months left to live’ and they do not use the words ‘cancer patient’," a doctor said.

The woman told the court that she made ​​the fake certificate because she was worried about prison life.
"I've never been in jail before and did not know what was in store for me there," she said.
The court added two months to the prison sentence of the woman for the additional forgery charge.

Weird missing cat poster brings mockery to cat’s owner

Cat sitting near missing cat sign 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A cat owner was upset when his cat went missing, so he posted missing cat posters in the neighborhood.

He hung one poster on his house window in hopes that someone might spot the cat and return it to the house. Someone took a photo of the missing cat poster while the “lost cat” was seen sitting at the house window near the poster, and posted it online.

The owner wanted help from people in the neighborhood to get his cat home safe, but he should probably have checked his own home first. By the time the pet owner printed the posters along with a photo of the missing cat, it reappeared on the man’s window.

The unidentified owner has been criticized for not properly searched his house before embarking on a missing pet campaign. While the photo brought good laughs to many, one online user was quick to suggest in defense of the cat owner that the animal in the photo may be a different cat, maybe the owner has several similar looking cats.

Another suggested that maybe the cat slipped out while everyone was out and he has not noticed his beloved pet had returned. Whatever the reason, we are happy that the owner apparently has his cat back.

Jail inmates attempt to hit Guinness World Record by dancing

Inmates dancing 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Inmates wanted to accomplish something in their lives by breaking a dancing record.

Inmates from a high security prison in Peru showed their softer side when they tried to break a record for the most number of people dancing in jail.

The inmates got into brightly colored gym clothes and they put on their dancing shoes for a chance to break the world record for the largest number of people dancing in jail. An estimated 1,200 prisoners in the Lurigancho prison in Lima, Peru, showed off their best aerobics moves in order to get the title.

The Guinness World Record officials have yet to confirm if the inmates managed to break the world record. The record for the most inmates dancing simultaneously in the same place is currently held by a prison in the Philippines.

The inmates were recorded dancing to reggaeton and merengue beats in a scene that was in stark contrast to the daily reality of being in the jail.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Three women arrested for running largest ever $40 million counterfeit coupon ring

By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) Three women were arrested after living the highlife from money they made by selling counterfeit coupons.

Phoenix, Arizona police arrested Robin Ramirez, 40, Amiko Fountain, 42, and Marilyn Johnson, 54, after the three were discovered running a sophisticated counterfeit coupon ring.

Ramirez, who is the alleged ringleader, owned a fleet of 26 vehicles worth $240,000, three homes, 22 guns and a 36-foot speed boat, all paid for with profit from her counterfeit coupons scam. More than 40 U.S. manufacturers, including Procter & Gamble, fell victim to Ramirez’s scam.

The three suspects were charged with illegal control of an enterprise, forgery, counterfeiting, fraudulent schemes and trafficking stolen property. Investigators seized $40 million in counterfeit manufacturer coupons and $1.1 million in assets from the home of Ramirez. The coupons were for almost 240 products, including movie theaters, Starbucks, free products and others.

An eight-week investigation was a joint effort by the Phoenix Police Department, the FBI and several large manufacturers, including Procter & Gamble. Up to 40 major manufacturers were affected by the illegal operation. The women allegedly sold the fake “high value” coupons online through sites that include Savvyshoppersite.com and ebay, according to a release by Coupon Information Center, which helped coordinate the investigation.

Ramirez sold enough fake coupons online to turn a $2.3 million profit over five years. She was sentenced to two years in state prison. Fountain, 43, and Johnson, 54, each received three years probation for their part in the scam.CBS 5 - KPHO Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Woman buys 2 parking spots from IRS seized property for $560,000

$560,000 parking spots 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) Parking spots can be costly, but paying $560,000 for two parking spaces near your home sounds ridiculous.

When heading home after a day of work, most people don’t want to spend a long time driving around looking for parking in their neighborhood.

Parking spots are a precious commodity in many places including Boston, Massachusetts, so much so that one women shelled out $560,000 for two off-street spaces near her home. The IRS auctioned off the two parking spots, which it seized from a man who owed back taxes.

Bidding for the parking spots behind 298 Commonwealth Ave. started at $42,000 and was fiercely contested at auction. Lisa Blumenthal won the spot after she entered the winning bid of $560,000. Blumenthal, who lives in a multi-million dollars house, near the parking spaces, won the auction for both spots after bidding a whopping $560,000.

The parking spots are located in the upscale Back Bay neighborhood in Boston. Blumenthal said she “did not expected the bidding to go so high but it will come in handy.”

The record for a single parking spot in Boston is $300,000.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Grandfather, grandson arrested with $12,000 worth of drugs

Troy and Albert Martin 
By: Shifra Unger

A man and his grandson were arrested after they allegedly shared a business venture together.

The 73-year-old grandfather and his grandson were arrested in a drug raid in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania after police found $12,000 worth of heroin in their house. Police also found drug packaging material and firearms in their home during the search.

Police raided the home on Friday after a three-month long investigation of the two. Albert Martin, and his grandson, Troy Martin, 20, were both arrested for drug related charges, while the younger Martin face additional charges of gun possession after his gun was uncovered during the raid.

Police said they found 24 bricks of heroin with a street value of $12,000 and cocaine worth $1,000. They also said they found two pistols with a 30-round magazine as well as $4,220 in cash.

Montreal Jewish business firebombed for the third time in recent weeks

Jewish kitchen business firebombed 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

Jews are demanding answers after another Jewish business was firebombed for the third time in two weeks, according to police reports in Montreal, Canada.

The B'nai Brith organization of Canada is urging the Montreal police to get to the bottom of the attacks before people are seriously injured, the group wrote in an email statement.

"The police have to explore all avenues of investigation and stop these attacks," Steven Slimovitch, who is the National Legal Council of the organization, said.

The B'nai Brith expressed concern on behalf of the Jewish community of Montreal on the frequency of the attacks and the way they have been able to continue unabated. "This is the third Jewish-owned company that has been burned in less than two weeks, and our concern for the safety and welfare of the community is high. The police must take concrete steps to make sure that the Jewish community is not in danger," Slimovitch said.

Over the weekend a kitchen cabinet showroom wholesaler belonging to Jewish businessman Joe Aisenstark was attacked. This attack follows the attacks in the last two weeks of kosher restaurants Café Shalom and Chops.

Israeli man brutally beaten in Uman at rabbi’s gravesite

The synagogue site of Rabbi Nachman of Uman 
By: Eva Fett

An Israeli was severely beaten while he was visiting his rabbi’s gravesite in Uman.

The man, who is a member of the Breslov Hasidic sect, was violently attacked Monday morning while visiting the gravesite of Rabbi Nachman, located in the Ukrainian city of Uman.

The Israeli citizen, who had gone on a pilgrimage to the city, was seriously injured, suffering at least one broken rib. He is being treated at a local hospital and will be transferred to an Israeli hospital in several days.

The man, who had gone to pray at the gravesite synagogue Monday morning, was attacked by several thugs. The man said that it appeared that the suspects were drunk. The group shouted anti-Semitic slogans and engaged in Nazi salutes. Then, they began to hit the Israeli. The group fled from the scene. A doctor treated the man at the scene before being taken to the local hospital.

Several Israelis, who live in the area, rushed over to help.

Palestinian man dies of heart attack after hearing that son was arrested

Sa'di al-Sakhel 
By: Moses Gold

A Palestinian man died of a heart attack after hearing the news that his son was arrested, according to hospital officials in the West Bank.

The man from Nablus, suffered a heart attack when his son was arrested by Palestinian Authority security forces.
62-year-old Sa'di al-Sakhel died of a heart attack when Palestinian Authority police arrested his son Musab.

The Palestinian Authority arrested his son after they suspected he was a member of Hamas. He was released by the authorities when his father was declared dead after being taken to Al-Arabi hospital in Nablus.

The death of the man has sparked angry protests with police forces of the Palestinian Authority. Protesters tried to storm a police station.

The organizers of the demonstration said that the security forces have arrested 120 Palestinians in recent weeks because of suspected Hamas affiliation. Many of those targeted by the Palestinian Authority for such questioning were previously released from Israeli prisons.

Another son of al-Sakhel, was released from an Israeli prison in 2011 as part of a prisoner swap with Hamas for the captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.

Israeli Defense Minister gets ride in state of the art military aircraft in the United States

Israeli Defence Minister inside the V-22 Osprey 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) The Israeli Defense Minister received a ride in a state of the art U.S. military aircraft in the United States during his visit in the United States.

Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon flew in the V-22 Osprey on Friday, as Israel is weighing the possibility of buying U.S. military aircrafts.

Yaalon came to the Pentagon in an unusual way, flying in with the hybrid aircraft, which can hover like a helicopter, floating down for a landing outside the steps of the Department of Defense.

Washington has offered Israel the V-22 Osprey, along with other advanced missiles, sophisticated radar systems and aerial refueling tankers. If the deal goes through, Israel would be the first foreign country allowed to buy the V-22 Osprey.
Yaalon flew in the V-22 Osprey 37 miles from a Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia, where pilots demonstrated the ability of the aircraft.

The Israelis were impressed by the speed of the aircraft.
The V-22 Osprey, which has two rotors that tilt for landing and takeoff were plagued with technical problems and a series of accidents during the 1990s.

The aircraft, manufactured by Boeing, has become a favorite in Afghanistan and elsewhere for the U.S. Marine Corps, which has a fleet of more than 200 V-22 Ospreys.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

French Jews protest government funded suicide bombers exhibit in Paris

Suicide bombers exhibit in France 
By: John Roberts

French Jews were angry after a new government-funded Paris exhibit was displayed in honor of suicide bombers.

"This exhibit is unacceptable," Roger Cukierman, president of CRIF, which is the largest Jewish organization that fights anti-Semitism in France, said. "People are shocked that a government-funded exhibit in the heart of Paris glorifies suicide terror attacks,” he said.

"There has to be more vigilance," he added. "One day, France is fighting terrorists in Mali, and the next day, they are glorified in Paris. It is just crazy," he also said.
As we reported earlier, a new museum in Paris was recently opened which depicts Palestinian suicide bombers as heroes.

Now, the Paris museum has drawn outrage from the Jewish community in France over a display showing photos of Palestinian suicide bombers as martyrs.

The exhibition entitled "Death" by Palestinian photographer Ahlam Shibli at the taxpayer-funded Jeu De Paume Museum, is described on the website of the museum as showing "how Palestinian society retains the presence of the 'martyrs'."

According to CRIF, or the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France, the display has what's called "martyrs" of Palestinian terrorist groups, including al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

In a letter written to French Culture and Communications Minister Aurelie Filipetti, CRIF President Roger Cukierman asked the French government to intervene and remove the display.

"It is particularly unfortunate and unacceptable in the heart of Paris, to display perpetrators of terrorism as heroes," Cukierman said in a statement.

Chief Rabbinate orders specific shapes for certain pastries

Israeli pastries 
By: Sarah Weiss

The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has ordered Israel’s bakeries how to shape the “bourekas” pastries in order for consumers to be able to easily identify if they are meat, dairy or parve.

From now on, each pastry will have to be shaped in a specific form depending on the type of filling inside the dough as a basic condition for the receipt of a certificate of kashrut.

Some rabbis were concerned that kashrut observers, who wait several hours between eating meat and dairy products, will be unable to differentiate between dairy, meat and parve pastries.

With the new proposed guidelines, a pastry filled with parve ingredients will be shaped as a closed triangle or spiral, while a dairy filled pastry will be round or in the form of a "big finger." Meat filled pastries will be shaped as rectangles.

According to the old limited rules, dairy pastries was shaped as triangles and parve pastries was shaped as squares.
Rabbi Bar Giora said that this was not just a religious matter, but poses a health risk to those allergic to dairy products, who can accidentally consume dairy pastries.

Palestinian man arrested for murdering Israeli settler Evyatar Borowsky

Evyatar Borowsky 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A Palestinian man was arrested and charged with murder related charges after killing an Israeli settler in the West Bank, according to police reports in Israel.

Salam Zagal of the Palestinian city of Tulkarem, was charged in a military court on Wednesday for killing Evyatar Borowsky, several weeks ago. According to the indictment, the man planned to kill a Jewish settler, and Borowsky was just the first settler Zagal encountered.

Zagal allegedly stabbed Borowsky in the chest while he was waiting to get a ride at the Tapuach interchange in the West Bank. After stabbing Borowsky, Zagal took a gun from his victim and shot several people while trying to escape. He was shot by a border police officer before being captured.

Zagal had previously been arrested by Israel for throwing stones, and he had also been investigated by Palestinian security forces on suspicion of aiding Israel. Police were investigating if the murderous attack was just a way for Zagal to prove that he was not aiding Israel in any way.

As we reported earlier, The murdered Israeli settler is being portrayed internationally as a hardline settler, but in reality, Evyatar Borovsky, was a brilliant actor.

By Anav Silverman

Tazpit News Agency For

In the recent media coverage of Evyatar Borovsky’s murder, the 31-year-old father of five young children was described in several international reports as a “hardline settler.” Borovsky, who hailed from the community of Yitzhar, was on his way to a theater rehearsal when he was stabbed to death by a Palestinian on the morning of April 30 at the Tapuach Junction, a central point for buses and hitchhiking used by Arabs and Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria.

“Even Israelis outside of Judea and Samaria are not familiar with life here,” the spokesman for Yitzhar, Avraham Binyamin told Tazpit News Agency. “There is a rich theater and arts culture in Judea and Samaria, and there are many residents who work in these professions.” In Yitzhar alone, there are three different acting groups.

“It is important for us to give a human face to this tragedy - Evyatar was a story in himself,” says Binyamin.

Borovsky was a popular actor in the Ar El Group, an acting troupe made up of settlers from Judea and Samaria, which performs across Israel. The group incorporates improvisation, psychodrama and other role-playing techniques to help others overcome traumatic experiences through theater.

In addition to his work as an actor, Borovsky was also studying to become a licensed clown therapist in order to work with sick children in hospitals.
His close friends and acting colleagues describe Borovsky as a shy man who found acting as an outlet to express himself.

“Life was not easy for Evyatar,” says his close friend and fellow actor of the Ar El Group, Assaf Yossef Pney-el. “Although many people saw him as a happy, cheerful person, always joking, there was another side as well.”

“Many times Evyatar had to cancel rehearsals because he had to bring his sick daughter to the hospital. Just recently the car he had bought broke down. It seemed that life was always throwing hardballs at him.”
“But he knew how to turn bad situations and describe them in a funny way. He knew how to smile at life,” recalls Pney-el.

Borovsky always carried with him a toy – a pair of puppet eyes in his work bag; two plastic eyeballs that he would place on his fingers to create a hand puppet in his theater work. “It was a kind of animated character that Evyatar would use in his work and his interaction with children,” explains Pney-el. “We talked about how this character would be his trademark as a clown therapist and so we ordered a bunch of these puppet eyes from the US. They arrived on the day of he was stabbed.”

Borovsky’s friend and another fellow actor, Oshri Maimon, who also went through a terror attack in the Otniel community and saw four of his friends killed, decided that the best thing that could done with the puppet eyes was to bring them to Evyatar’s funeral and give them out to family and friends. “It was in the spirit of Evyatar, to bring his way of coping with tragedy and pain” Maimon explains.

“Evyatar was simple, innocent and honest. He would take everyone seriously and never looked down at anyone. He could make little kids laugh and talk to them in a language that they would understand,” continues Maimon.

“In order to really know Evyatar, you had to see him when he acted,” elaborates Maimon, referring to a video available on YouTube of an Ar El Group play called “How I Met Ahmed,” in which Borovsky starred in. The play, which is acted out mostly in English, demonstrates the frustration of many in the settler community as they address their place in Israeli society.

Yosef Ben-Avraham, Borovsky’s neighbor who spoke at his funeral, added that when he saw Evyatar’s body after the stabbing, he saw someone “who looked similar to Evyatar.”
“I couldn't believe it was him. I wasn't able to recognize Evyatar without his smile.”Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Female Orthodox Jewish class ordained as rabbis for the first time

The ordained Orthodox Jewish women 
By: Eva Fett

In a historic event held this week, several Orthodox Jewish women were ordained as Orthodox Jewish rabbis for the first time.

Sunday saw the graduation of the first class of Orthodox Jewish women ordained as clergy.
The graduation was held at the Ramaz School on East 78th Street in Manhattan.

Yeshivat Maharat is the first institution to train Orthodox Jewish women as spiritual leaders. All women have followed the same course of training as their male counterparts, and have studied the Torah at same advanced level as men for the past several years.

Maharat is a Hebrew acronym for Manhiga Hilkhatit Rukhanit Toranit, meaning one who teaches Jewish law and spirituality.
The new graduates are now full spiritual, legal, and communal authorities in the Orthodox community.

Meanwhile over in Israel, Orthodox Jewish women have also advanced in the rabbinical authority. As we reported earlier, at least four women will now sit on the committee of 11, which appoints Israel’s rabbinical court judges, according to a new law passed by the Knesset.

The Knesset approved the law this week, which requires that four of the 11 members of the committee that selects rabbinical court judges, are women.

Four members of the committee will be government representatives, two ministers and two Knesset members. Another two will be representatives of the Israel Bar Association. The law now requires that these "pairs" consist of one man and one woman each, ensuring three women on the committee.

In addition, the committee, which currently has ten members, will be expanded to 11. The eleventh representative will be a female lawyer representing clients in rabbinical courts, who will be appointed by the Minister of Justice.

As was expected, all ultra-Orthodox Jewish members of the Knesset were against the law. The law passed, as the ruling coalition in the Knesset does not include any of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Knesset members.

In Israel, the rabbinical courts preside over the divorce of Jewish couples. However, the rabbinical court system competes with the family courts, founded in the 1990s, in matters of child support.

Supermarket receives 440 pounds cocaine inside banana shipment

The bags of cocaine 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) Supermarket workers were surprised to find hundreds of pounds of cocaine inside a banana shipment, according to police reports in Denmark.

Police in Denmark said that workers at a supermarket chain discovered over 440 pounds of cocaine inside a banana shipment from Colombia, last week.

Police Inspector Bent Isager-Nielsen said that workers at the Brondby warehouse for supermarket chain Coop, found about 275 pounds of cocaine in a pallet of bananas and another 176 pounds of the drug were found in a shipment of bananas in a warehouse in Hasselager.

Isager-Nielsen said that warehouse workers immediately contacted police.
"Coop responded as it should," Isager-Nielsen said. "We have no suspicion of wrongdoing by the Coop supermarket chain," he said.

Police said the cocaine had a total estimated value of over $14 million.
Coop spokesperson Jens Juul Nielsen said that the Colombian banana supplier has been contacted.

"We have informed our supplier in Colombia about it," Nielsen said. "They check the goods before they are shipped to Europe so I wonder how this could happen. We are now working to improve control," he also said.

This is not the first time that cocaine has been found inside a banana shipment.
Cocaine has been found in several storage bins owned by Colruyt, a major supermarket chain in Belgium.

It was mixed with a shipment of bananas from the port of Antwerp. 36 kilos were found in a warehouse in Sint-Katelijne-Waver.
Police are investigating whether the company knew of the illegal cargo transport.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

SWAT team finds assault suspect hiding inside a sofa bed

The sofa in which the suspect was hiding 
By: John Roberts

A man, who assaulted a woman in her home, was later found by a police SWAT team hiding inside a sofa bed inside the woman’s home, according to police reports in Washington.

Police said that the assault suspect was arrested after he was found hiding in a sofa storage compartment in Seattle, the Seattle Police Department said in a statement.

The assault occurred at 11:00 am Saturday. The victim called police after the incident, but while she was on the phone, the suspect took the phone and threw it away.

The suspect, whose name was not published, fled the scene before officers arrived, police said.
The victim told police that the suspect had at least three firearms in the apartment and that two children were present during the assault.

Two hours later, police received another call from the same apartment, but the call was disconnected.
Officers reported to the scene but were unable to gain access to the house through the door.

A SWAT team was called due to the numerous firearms in the home, and soon after, the victim and her children voluntarily left the apartment.

SWAT team officers entered the apartment and found the suspect hiding in a storage compartment in a sectional sofa.
Police arrested him and he was booked into the King County Jail. The man was later identified as the father of the woman's children.

Man jailed for detaining four youngsters who vandalized relative’s house until police arrived

Jesse Daniels shows off the damage to the house 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a child related charged after detaining four boys who vandalized his father-in-law’s home, according to police reports in New York.

The man, who said he caught four boys trashing the house of his father-in-law, has been charged with child endangerment after cornering the youngsters in a closet until police arrived.

Jesse Daniels was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child after authorities said he stopped the vandalising children in the empty house in the village of Clyde in Wayne County, midway between Rochester and Syracuse, New York.

Daniels, 53, said he heard noise coming from the house next door the night of the incident. The house is empty while Daniels is fixing up the house owned by his father-in-law.

Daniels said he went to investigate, while his wife called police. He said he found four children, aged between 8 and 10, inside the home with hammers. He took away the hammers, then put the kids in a closet until police arrived, he said.

"I was lucky that they were in the room that had a closet, so I put them in the closet," he said. "I said, 'Listen, you are staying here until the police come, period.’”

His parents said the boys Daniels handled roughly, and threatened them with the hammer.

The damage to the house included holes in the walls, broken windows and derogatory graffiti towards women painted on the walls. Daniels estimates that the damage to the property of his father-in-law exceeds $40,000.

He said he thought that the boys committed the vandalism in retaliation after Daniels's wife early in the day told them to stay out of the property.

The boys have been charged with theft and criminal mischief. Their cases are being handled in the Family Court of Wayne County.
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Mother arrested after injecting her daughter, 5, with meth

Jacqueline Trousdale 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of a child related charges after injecting her little daughter with drugs, according to police reports in Arizona.

The Phoenix woman is in custody on allegations that she injected her 5-year-old daughter with methamphetamine and amphetamine.
Police said 30-year-old Jacqueline Trousdale was arrested on suspicion of child abuse and with endangering the life and health of a child.

A family member called authorities late last year saying Trousdale was doing drugs in front of her two daughters, aged 5 and 6.
Authorities said that the girls told police that their mother had injected drugs in them, and child protective services of the state took custody of the children.

Police said a urine sample of the 5-year-old girl last week has tested positive for drugs in her system.
Trousdale was found by police in the Phoenix suburb of Tolleson and was arrested.
She was arraigned on the charges Wednesday in a court in Tolleson.

Woman, 78, jailed after sickening her newlywed husband by poisoning his coffee during honeymoon

Melissa Ann Shepard 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested, charged and convicted of assault related charges after she intentionally drugged her newlywed husband, according to court proceedings in Canada.

The 78-year-old Canadian woman, also known as the "Black Widow" because if a previous manslaughter conviction, has been sentenced to 3 and one half years in prison for drugging her newlywed husband.

The sentence for Melissa Ann Shepard, who pleaded guilty Monday to administering a noxious substance and failing to provide the necessities of life, was reduced to two years and nine months for time served after being arrested for the crime. Shepard was charged last year after Fred Weeks fell ill while the couple was on honeymoon.

The woman admitted in court that she put tranquilizers in the coffee of her 75-year-old man, who was later taken to a hospital. He survived the attack.

Shepard was convicted of manslaughter in the 1992 death of her second husband, Gordon Stewart. The woman drugged him and ran him over twice with her car.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Government approved female body slapping beauty salon extremely popular

Woman gets her breasts slapped 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A beauty salon that offers a weird therapy for women has become extremely popular.

Thailand is famous for its medical tourism services, including breast augmentation and affordable liposuction.

Now, word is spreading about a beauty salon offering treatments in Bangkok called "body-slapping" to non surgically enhance the female figure.

The Bangkok salon offering the message services, has published a fascinating video of the therapies. The salon is owned by Khemmikka Na Songkhla, also known as Khunying Tobnom, who has been practicing the techniques for the past twenty years.
The procedures include slapping woman's breasts to make them bigger and slapping the woman's buttocks and face, to make them harder.

The owner of the salon said that the practice is a long forgotten ancient custom.
The Ministry of Health in Thailand conducted a six-month study on the procedure and determined that the slapping technique really works.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Dead man makes 7 trips on commercial plane before being discovered

An iFly Airbus A330-300 plane illustration 
By: Eva Fett

A dead man flew seven times on an aircraft before being discovered by airline maintenance workers.

The man traveled inside the wheel compartment before crews made ​​the gruesome discovery.

The iFly Airbus A330-300 had just completed a flight from Italy to Moscow, when maintenance crews noticed blood stains on its landing gear.

The blood came from the remains of a man who died of exposure to freezing temperatures, according to the autopsy.
"The man apparently was flying without a ticket," Russia's Investigative Committee said.

An investigation is underway to see how the man ended up in the landing gear of the aircraft. Authorities said the man, who carried a Georgian passport, boarded the plane four days before he was found dead.

The man was identified as 22-year-old Giorgio Abduladze, an African-American.