Family files missing persons report for pastor, only to find he was jailed for soliciting a prostitute

Pastor Carlos Feliciano 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

A pastor is in trouble with the law and with his family after he was arrested for soliciting sex from a woman, who turned out to be a police officer.

The pastor was driving a Lexus SUV when he saw a woman standing on the street corner in St. Cloud, Florida, on Friday afternoon and made contact with her.

Pastor Carlos Feliciano, of One Way Family Church in St. Cloud, was unaware that the woman was an undercover cop on a prostitution sting operation. He pulled over and asked her for a full-body massage, according to police reports.

After flirting with the woman, Feliciano was asked if he wanted sex. The pastor said that he "wanted everything". The two agreed on a $60 price for sex, the arrest report stated.

The pastor was told by the woman, who was identified as Police Sergeant Dhalyn Lakey, to walk around the corner where he would meet her. When the pastor drove to the agreed upon location he found himself surrounded by police officers. He was arrested and charged with purchasing prostitution services.

"Feliciano stated that when he approached the female he was initially looking for a body rub and when the female asked him if he wanted sex he said 'yes,'" a detective wrote.

Once in custody, the 37-year-old did not call his family to let them know what happened to him. Later that day, Feliciano's wife, who is his fellow pastor at the church, arrived at police headquarters with other family members to file a missing-person’s report.

Feliciano's family said they had last seen him handing out fliers and visiting churches around noon that day, according to police. That’s when his family learned that he had been arrested and was being held at the Osceola County Jail on charges of soliciting a prostitute. He was released after posting $500 bail.

Woman swipes checkbook from boss, writes checks to herself and boyfriend

Abbi Sloan 
By: Eva Fett

A woman was arrested after she gave herself an employee bonus when she found her bosses checkbook.

In addition to treating herself, 21-year-old Abbi Sloan of Florida wrote checks to her boyfriend as well.

Detectives said that Sloan wrote 20 checks to herself and her boyfriend for a total amount of $8,201.30. The checks had been stolen from Sloan’s employer at Lucia Pizza, according the police report.

According to police Sloan wrote $4,425.25 in checks to herself and $3,776.05 to her boyfriend. When the owner realized that money has gone missing from his checking account he suspected that Sloan was the one who took it.

When she was confronted by her boss, Sloan began to cry and allegedly admitted to taking the money by forging his signature.
Sloan was arrested and charged with felony grand theft and forgery. She was released from Sarasota County jail after posting $3,000 bond.

In another incident, a man was arrested after stealing his grandmother’s wheelchair and money.
Police in South Carolina said they have arrested a man, who is accused of stealing items from his grandmother, which included money and her electric wheelchair.

43-year-old Richard Fleener II of Orangeburg was living with his grandmother before he robbed her of her valuables. Fleener was dubbed the world's worst grandson after stealing his grandmother’s wheelchair.

Fleener had lived with his 78-year-old grandmother for three months, when he stole all the cash his grandmother had in her house, causing her to be unable to pay her bills, which resulted in her being without power for several days.

Investigators said Fleener stole his grandmother’s television, electric wheelchair, unit window air conditioner and her cash. Fleener was arrested and charged with abuse of a vulnerable adult.

Michigan woman turns weekend jail stint into five year felony charge

Teri Jo Knee 
By: Debbi Gross

A judge was trying be soft on a single mom by giving her the choice to serve jail time during weekends.

But instead of being thankful and behaving, the woman put drugs into her private parts in order to smuggle them into the county jail.

Teri Jo Knee, 28, of Michigan was sentenced to 60 days in jail and five years of probation after she was found guilty of a domestic assault. Court records indicate that Knee was arrested after she struck the father of her child in the face and then clawed his arm until it was bleeding during a disagreement.

The judge granted Knee the option to serve her jail time during weekends so she can continue work, support herself and her child.

Investigators said that Knee was serving a weekend in jail when a cellmate told the staff that Knee had smuggled drugs into prison and she was sharing them with two other inmates.

The other prisoners denied the charge. Knee and her two fellow prisoners were searched and all three were ordered to take a urine drug test. Test samples for the two fellow prisoners came back clean, however, Knee tested positive for cocaine and benzodiazepines, according to court documents.

When officers confronted Knee with the results, she admitted to hiding a stash of pills inside her body before coming to jail to serve her time. Officers conducted a search and found additional pills hidden in a condom inside her private parts.

She was charged with a felony count of bringing contraband into a jail or prison. Now, she is facing five years in prison.
She is scheduled to appear in court for violating her probation. She also lost the option of going to jail only on weekends.

Man turns to hug girlfriend only to find fox in bed with him

Fox in bed illustration 
By: John Roberts

A man woke up in the morning and rolled over to give his girlfriend a hug, but instead he felt a furry thing beside him.

Leon Smith, 30, was surprised to find a fox in his bed next to him.

Smith described what happened. He said that he woke up when he felt a warm touch on his back. He thought that his girlfriend, Sophie Merrell, had lovingly stroked the back of his neck. That is when he turned around to hug her.

However, Merrell had already left for work. When he reached out for the hug he felt fur and was shocked to find a fox in the bed.
Leon of Hampton Hill, London, England, believes that the fox got into his house through the cat flap in the door.

"I could not believe that the fox was so calm, it just stared at me.,” Leon said. The IT worker took his phone and took a photo of the fox sitting on his bed before it walked out of his bedroom. The fox sat in his hallway for about 10 minutes before Leon finally chased him out of the house.

When Merrell heard about the strange animal, which jumped in bed and cosied up to her boyfriend, she laughed. Merrell admitted that she is nervous about the possibility that the fox can come back for a visit.

The couple might remove the cat flap to stop the animal from entering again.

Postal worker arrested for stealing fake money

Richard Houghtallen 
By: Shifra Unger

A postal worker was arrested after stealing fake money, which was mailed to the U.S. Secret Service.

Richard Houghtallen, 45, of South Carolina, who worked at the Dutch Fork Post Office, was arrested on Thursday afternoon after taking fake money from an envelope, which was addressed to the U.S. Secret Service.

Houghtallen was caught after investigators in Richland County said they got a call that someone was trying to use counterfeit money at a Dunkin’ Donuts location.

The counterfeit money was traced back to Houghtallen. After police determined that the money was once in his possession they went to arrest him.

A search warrant was executed at the residence of Houghtallen and deputies found $10,000 in counterfeit money.

Houghtallen took the money from an envelope at the post office. The envelope came from a local bank, which sent the counterfeit bills to be investigated by the U.S. Secret Service.

Houghtallen was charged with breach of trust after he intercepted counterfeit money at his work. He has been booked into the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.

New bomb proof backpacks to hit Israeli market

The bomb proof backpack 
By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) A company is targeting the Israeli market to sell its new bomb-proof backpacks.

The backpack is the ultimate back to school gift for pessimistic parents, as the backpack can protect children and adults from a bomb blast.

However, there is only one problem, while the backpack protects all vital organs, it offers no such sanctuary for limbs, which could be a deal breaker for some potential buyers.

Despite this, the designer, Hila Raam, 27, who is targeting the Israeli market, described the backpack an "innovative product". She believes that there is significant potential for the backpack, which weighs just over five pounds.

She said the backpack has been designed to act as a basic personal bomb shelter in case of an emergency or terror attack.

Carriers only have to pull the side straps of the bag and the yellow ropes if they hear an air raid siren, and lie down on the floor.

The backpack, which costs around 300 pounds, then fully protect the brain, heart, liver and kidneys, of the effects and consequences of an explosion, with its special 19 layers of Kevlar fabric at its core.

Gaza man sentenced to death after being convicted of helping Israel

Gaza execution room illustration 
By: John Roberts

A man will be executed after he was found guilty of helping Israel, according to court proceedings in the Palestinian controlled Gaza Strip.

A Hamas court in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday sentenced the man to death on charges of collaborating with Israel.

The court ruled that the man, identified only as B.H., will killed by hanging, but did not set a date for the execution.

Another man was sentenced to death for criminal charges of killing three Palestinians in Khan Younis.

The Hamas security services have cracked down on collaborators in the Gaza Strip since the launch of a media campaign meant to discourage working with Israeli intelligence.

Under Palestinian law, collaboration with Israel is punishable by death.

However, all execution orders must be approved by the president before they can be carried out. Hamas does not recognize the legitimacy of Mahmoud Abbas, whose four-year term ended in 2009.

Netanyahu warns Syria through video of powerful military response if attacked

Benjamin Netanyahu 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) The Prime Minister of Israel warned Syria of a swift and powerful military response if it decides to attack Israel, according to a video uploaded to YouTube.

Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday held an emergency consultation with his security cabinet before a planned United States led attack on Syria.

The embattled Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has threatened to retaliate against Israel if Western powers intervene in the bloody civil war in Syria.

After Tuesday's meeting, Netanyahu recorded a short video posted below in which he warns Assad against targeting Israel.

Netanyahu recorded his message in Hebrew. The following is a rough translation of Netanyahu's statement:

"We are prepared for any scenario. We are not part of the civil war in Syria, but if we identify any attempt to harm us, we will respond and with great force."

Google Palestine page defaced, hackers demand Israel’s removal

Screenshot of defaced Google Palestine page 
By: Moses Gold

The Google Palestine page has been hacked and defaced over objections of listing Israel as a country in the Middle East.

The Google page for Palestine was hacked despite the fact that Google changed the name of their search pages from "Palestinian Territories" to "Palestine" in May.

Hackers went even further to suggest that changing the title on Google Maps from Israel to Palestine would be a real "revolution", and also suggests that visitors listen to R&B singer Rihanna. It also calls on everyone to "be cool.”

A Google spokesperson released the following statement:

Some users, who have been visiting were redirected to a different website. However, Google services for domain were not hacked. We are in contact with the organization responsible for administering the domain name so we can help solve the problem.

As we reported earlier, the Palestinian Authority has received a big boost of recognition from the world’s largest internet search engine and one of the largest internet companies in the world.

With one small step, Google, has expressed its opinion on the Palestinian issue. Last week, internet surfers have noticed that the Google homepage for the Palestinian Territories changed its name from "Palestinian Territories" to "Palestine", less than a year after the U.N. General Assembly first recognized Palestine as a state.

“I applaud Google for taking the step to update the territory name to Palestine. It might be an unpopular move to some, but the People of Palestine, who are the ones using, definitely welcome the name change, and that is what is most important,” Rene Franks, 40, of Paris, France told after learning about the Google name change.

"We are changing the name ‘Palestinian Territories’ to ‘Palestine’ in all our products," Google spokesperson Nathan Tyler said. “We consulted several sources and authorities in naming countries. In this case, we are following the example of the U.N., ICANN, ISO and other international organizations,” the Google spokesperson added.

California philanthropist gives $360,000 to 10 Jewish teens to reward social action services

Skylar Dorosin 
By: Debbie Gross

—The Helen Diller Family Foundation today awarded 10 teenagers from California and cities across the nation with the 2013 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award in recognition of their leadership, innovation and commitment to making the world a better place.

Recipients were honored with a celebratory luncheon at San Francisco’s Julia Morgan Ballroom, where each teen was awarded $36,000 in support of their philanthropic vision or to further educational pursuits.

Special guests, including Israeli Consul General Andy David, Israeli Deputy Consul Eyal Naor, four-time Olympian Brenda Villa, San Francisco Magazine President and Publisher Steven Dinkelspiel and Bay Area Philanthropist Laura Lauder attended the luncheon. Local congressional and mayoral offices also recognized each teen with letters of commendations.

A special video showcasing the projects of all 10 teens was presented, highlighting their inspirations, future project goals, and the guiding spirit of tikkun olam, a central precept of Judaism meaning to repair the world. Youth helping other youth, and the importance of creating a community among peers, emerged as common project themes.

Now in its seventh year, the awards program has granted a total of nearly $1.5 million to further the vision of 40 Jewish teens. This is the inaugural year that the Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards have been offered nationally, recognizing teens both inside and outside of California. It is also the first year the Jewish Federations of North America has been an active partner promoting the awards program among Jewish Community Federations across the United States.

“After six years honoring teens in California, we are so excited to be able to recognize young people from across the nation this year,” said Helen Diller, president of the Helen Diller Family Foundation. “From Rhode Island to Iowa to Palo Alto, it’s clear these creative teens are already making a huge impact on the world—we are thrilled to support them and help further their work that addresses critical social issues.”

The 2013 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award recipients are:

· Jake Bernstein, 19, St. Louis, MO: VolunTEENnation – a nonprofit that connects youth with available volunteer opportunities across the country. Jake has facilitated more than 16,000 young people to find ways to give back in their communities, and each state has at least 70 documented volunteer opportunities for teens.

· Skylar Dorosin, 19, Palo Alto, CA: Project 2020 – a program that teaches swimming and water polo to girls from low-income communities, boosting their self-confidence and fostering friendships. Project 2020 has taught swimming and water polo to more than 250 girls from schools, including Beechwood, Brentwood Academy, Hoover Elementary and St. Elizabeth Seton.

· Ellie Dubin, 17, Beverly Hills, CA: Kesem Shel Shir – a musical theatre program that fosters self-esteem, collaboration and language skills for underprivileged American and Israeli children. Ellie has orchestrated multiple musical theatre programs for students in her community, Israel and Costa Rica.

· Jordan Elist, 18, Beverly Hills, CA: Save a Bottle, Save a Life – a program that collects bottles and cans and uses the CRV proceeds to support the work of food pantries. Save a Bottle, Save a Life has raised $22,500 and has transformed countless bags of cans and bottles into nearly 30,000 pounds of canned goods distributed to 400 clients of partner food banks.

· Ben Hirschfeld, 19, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY: Lit! Solar – a project that supports children’s health and literacy, using a revolving fund to replace dangerous kerosene lamps with safe solar lanterns. Lit! Solar has helped more than 10,000 Kenyan kids and families, as well as prevented thousands of tons of greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere simply by providing a $7 lantern.

· Ido Kedar, 17, West Hills, CA: Ido in Autismland – an awareness initiative that provides first-hand insight into the hidden capabilities of those living with nonverbal autism for educators, families and others. Ido blogs regularly, presents at conferences and has published a book, Ido in Autismland, that has helped changed the way that people understand nonverbal autism.

· Talia Leman, 18, Waukee, IA: RandomKid – a website that provides tools and resources for youth to launch and lead their own community service projects and endeavors. RandomKid has facilitated the efforts of 12 million youth from 20 countries bringing aid on four continents, reporting $11 million for youth’s causes and delivering a 100%-1,000% return for every dollar invested.

· Nick Lowinger, 15, Cranston, RI: Gotta Have Sole – a foundation that donates new footwear to children living in homeless shelters across the country. Gotta Have Sole Foundation has gathered more than 1,000 volunteers to help Nick donate new shoes to more than 9,000 children living in homeless shelters in 15 states across the country.

· Max Wallack, 17, Natick, MA: PuzzlesToRemember – a nonprofit that designs, collects and distributes puzzles to serve as therapeutic tools for those living with Alzheimer’s. Max published a book for caregivers and, to date, has supported the distribution of more than 23,000 puzzles to 2,000 nursing facilities around the world.

· Talia Young, 19, Lafayette, CA: Looking for Home – a poetry club that works to empower high school students with confidence and to eliminate stereotypes. Looking for Home has created a safe space for teens from five public, private and parochial schools in San Francisco, which inspired Talia to develop a guide featuring students’ poetry and curriculum ideas for other Bay Area schools to launch similar programs.

The 2013 recipients were selected by committees of educators and community leaders from across the United States. Candidates completed a detailed application describing their projects, goals, inspirations and challenges, fundraising tactics and ultimate accomplishments. Eligible applicants were United States residents, between 13 and 19 years old who self-identify as Jewish.

The Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards is one of a number of projects funded by the Helen Diller Family Foundation to develop leadership in teens and enhance Jewish education. Bay Area philanthropist Helen Diller believes that charitable giving is a fundamental part of living a full and accountable life.

Now in its 13th year of giving, the Foundation has granted more than $200 million to support education, the arts, medical research and development, leadership training programs for teens and many other charitable endeavors.

New Jersey pizza store bans customers with saggy pants

Pizza store sign banning saggy pants 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) If you are one of those people, who like to wear saggy pants, you will not be able to shop at one particular pizza store in New Jersey.

Giulio’s Pizzeria put up a poster notifying customers about their new policy against half fallen off pants.

The green sign on the door of the Dunellen, New Jersey restaurant reads in part: "Those with sagging pants are banned on these premises!"

The decision was made after the pizzeria asked a young man to pull up his pants and he replied that there was no sign on the door saying he had to.

"Every place should have this rule," Luis Salmeron, the owner of the store, said. He said he was tired of seeing people’s "dirty laundry".

Employee Joanne Bruzzese said that she had not noticed any change in traffic since the policy began making rounds this week. When asked if any of the customers had protested, she replied: "Not that I know."

Giulio’s is not the only place cracking down on saggy pants. The city of Wildwood, New Jersey also cracked down on sagging pants for its boardwalk this summer. And in April, Terrebonne Parish in Louisiana, passed an ordinance that charges $50 for the first saggy pants offense.

Florida man caught pushing 9-year-old girl’s face into Best Buy toilet bowl

James Patrick Tadros 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A Florida man is accused of luring a 9-year-old girl into the toilet at a Best Buy.

Once inside, he covered her face with a plastic bag and shoved her face into the toilet bowl.

James Patrick Tadros, 29, was arrested by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office in Florida and was charged with attempted murder, false imprisonment and criminal mischief.

Tadros is accused of luring the girl away from her mother at a Best Buy store near the Avenues Mall and attacking her in the ladies room. Video surveillance caught him forcing the girl into the bathroom.

Fortunately, another customer heard a commotion coming from the bathroom stall and alerted a store employee.

The employee went to the bathroom and asked if anyone needed help. There was a mumbled response, and when the employee looked under the door he was shocked to find Tadros holding the girl’s head in the toilet bowl.

Employees detained him until police arrived. The victim told police she did not know Tadros, who kicked and beat her, and put a plastic bag over her head before shoving her head into the toilet bowl.

Sergeant Jay Farhat said if the customer hadn't alerted employees the girl would have been dead. Officers believe that the girl was not sexually abused, but further test will be taken to confirm it.

Military dad, wife, convicted of child abuse after newborn is found with bite marks in hospital

Matthew Wayne Strawn and Allie Samantha Strawn 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A new father was seen proudly holding his newborn son, but a few days later he was arrested for biting his baby.

The father has been accused of abusing his 11-day-old son Mattix while he was in the intensive care unit of a hospital.

Matthew Wayne Strawn, 21, of Virginia was ordered to stay away from his wife and baby. But his wife, Allie Samantha Strawn, 20, did not follow the order and took the baby to see her husband, and she even left the baby alone in his care.

During one of the visits, the father allegedly broke his child's ribs claiming that he mistakenly hit the baby to hard while helping the child burp.

Strawn, was found guilty in a Virginia court of biting and abusing his son.
His wife, Allie Strawn, was convicted for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

The baby is currently in the custody of an aunt and uncle. Matthew Wayne Strawn faces a maximum of five years in prison. The mother faces 12 months in jail or a $2,500 fine.

As we reported earlier, a father has been accused of abusing his 11-day-old son while he was in the intensive care unit of a hospital.

Matthew Wayne Strawn, 21, of Portsmouth, Virginia, is alleged to have bitten his newborn son while spending time bonding with the baby.
The baby, who was being treated in the Intensive Care Unit in Neo Portsmouth Naval Medical Center in Virginia.

Strawn works at the health clinic at Norfolk Naval Shipyard where he holds an administrative position and does not perform medical tasks.

Strawn was arrested and charged with child abuse after nurses found visible bruises on the back and face of the newborn.
A restraining order has been filed against him so he cannot have contact with his wife or son.

Wisconsin woman arrested after driving topless on her motorcycle

Woman with her crashed motorbike 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged after she was caught driving topless on the interstate, according to police reports in Wisconsin.

Bayside Police said that a woman was arrested for drunken driving last week after crashing her motorbike while riding on Interstate 43 with her ​​breasts exposed.

The woman, whose age and residence were not released, was seen driving a motorcycle erratically with her breasts exposed.

She continued to drive between 15 and 45 miles per hour on the road, sometimes with one hand on the handlebars and sometimes without hands at all around 7:00 pm.

Police followed her with sirens and flashing lights.
Despite driving slowly, she lost control of her motorcycle and crashed. She was incoherent and spoke about religion. She told police she was not injured, but was taken to a hospital.

She wore a patch, a drug used for severe pain, and had also taken Oxycontin. She agreed to a blood test.

Man deliberately drives his mobile home into tavern

Scene of the incident 
By: Shifra Unger

A man was arrested and charged after deliberately driving his mobile home into a tavern, according to police reports in Oregon.

Boring Police said that a man drove his mobile home into the Timber Pub & Grub tavern, early on Saturday, as the establishment was closing for the night.

Only a small number of people were still around at the time of the incident and no one was injured, the sheriff's office said. Police found the driver walking around some time later.

The driver has been identified as Larry Dale Karasch of Clackamas County.

"The driver did not appear to be injured after the incident, but had several self-inflicted wounds on his arms," according to a police press release. "The driver was charged and transported to an area hospital, where his wounds were treated. He will also undergo a mental health evaluation," police said.

It was not immediately clear how much damage the tavern, which is located at 28052 SE Highway 212, sustained in the incident.

Canadian city mayor stunned after female news reporter strips during interview

Lori Welbourne topless with mayor Walter Gray 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A mayor was left speechless after a female news reporter stripped naked during a television interview, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The mayor of the Canadian city of Kelowna, sat totally confused after the journalist, who was interviewing him, pulled down her dress and exposed her breasts.

Things had gone according to plan for Walter Gray during his interview with radio presenter and writer Lori Welbourne.

She had been wondering about the legality of women who expose themselves in public in the Canadian city before Go Topless Day, a time when women go shirtless.

But British Columbian politician was surprised when the On The Rocks interviewer suddenly pulled down her top and showed him her breasts.

Before this, she had asked him what would happen if she took off her clothes.
While Gray was formulating a response it was interrupted by her asking him to hold her microphone.

Once the microphone was in his hand she began to undress to the surprise of the mayor and probably everyone else in the room.
It took a moment for the city leader to regain his concentration, but admirably, he was able to continue the interview.
The mayor later told the reporter that it was perfectly legal for a woman to be topless.

Man recovers after metal stool leg pierced his brain

Metal stool leg in man's brain 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man is lucky to be alive after a metal stool leg pierced 4 inches of his brain, according to hospital officials in Russia.

Hospital officials released some amazing x-ray images, which show how a man's skull was impaled by a metal stool leg, and well into his brain.

Incredibly, the man, who is believed to have been the victim of a vicious bar brawl in Serbia, Russia, lived to tell his story.
Surgeons of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Clinical Hospital were able to remove the metal leg without any complications.
"The man spent two weeks in the intensive care unit in serious but stable condition," Neurosurgeon Dr. Pavel Rudenko said.

Since coming to the hospital, the man, who is believed to be between 40 and 45-years-old, has been able to move and eat well, but he still faces a long period of rehabilitation, doctors said.
"The patient seems to be suffering from a serious motor function disorder, but he is still recovering," Hospital spokesperson Irina Kochetkova said.

Russian police said they would interview the man about what happened, as soon as the doctors allow them to talk to the man.
"He came to the hospital in an ambulance without papers or explanation of how the injury happened," a spokesperson for the police said.

Police officers caught on video dancing like crazy animals

Police officers dancing like animals 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Several police officers were caught on video dancing like crazy animals, entertaining onlookers, according to video uploaded to the internet.

Who said that police officers were not allowed to have fun during work?

Partygoers at the Notting Hill Carnival in the United Kingdom, enjoyed a dance performance by three officers of the Metropolitan Police, in what can only be described as an outbreak of good feelings.

As the crowd watched in amazement, three officers attending the carnival decided to have a dance competition, flexing their dance moves with some twerking and rowing-the-boat.

The video, which was posted on YouTube, shows the ecstatic crowd cheering on the men in blue while they were shaking their booties.
It is quite clear from the video that they were not ordinary members of the public as they danced while wearing their helmets, their batons and their uniforms.

The police officers completed the dance competition to a cheerful, warm round of applause.
A Met spokesperson declined to comment on the video, but admitted that they were their police officers.

Two men marry one woman after she couldn’t choose one

One of the men with the woman's children 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A woman is now married to two men because she couldn’t choose just one of them.

The two men have decided to agree to marry the same woman after she refused to choose between them.

Sylvester Mwendwa and Elijah Kimani, both of Kenya, settled their differences after discovering that both of them had been unknowingly seeing the same woman for more than four years.

However, rather than getting angry and dumping the woman, they agreed to a rotation system in which they get to see their woman on different days.

They will also have to live in the house of the unnamed woman located in Mombasa County and act as a father to her two children, and anyone else she gives birth to.

"We have agreed that from today we will not threaten or have feelings of jealousy because of our wife, who said she is not willing to drop any of us,” the written contract the men have agreed to states.

"Everyone will respect the day reserved for him. We agree to love and live in peace. Nobody forced us to do this deal," the document states.

Marrying more than one man is not a crime in the east African country, as long as you can show polyandry is part of your custom.

1 million cockroaches on the loose after escaping from farm

By: Debbie Gross

(Scroll down for video) People are freaking out after more than one million cockroaches escaped from a farm in China.

The cockroaches have escaped from a farm in China where they were bred for use in traditional medicine, according to people familiar with the incident.

The cockroaches fled the facility in Dafeng, in the eastern province of Jiangsu, in order to attack nearby corn fields earlier this month after an unknown suspect destroyed the plastic greenhouse in which they were being raised.

The disease control authorities have sent five investigators to the area in order to figure out a plan on how to kill the insects.

Farm owner Wang Pengsheng invested more than 100,000 yuan, or about $16,000 to purchase 102 kilos of Periplaneta americana eggs after spending six months developing a business plan.

The cockroach is generally considered a pest, but believers in traditional Chinese medicine, who use plants and animals, including endangered species extracts, claim they can treat diseases such as cancer, reduce inflammation and improve immunity from insects.

By the time the greenhouse damage was discovered, more than 1.5 million cockroaches were born and were being fed with food included "fruit and biscuits every day," Wang said.

He had hoped to make around 1,000 yuan profit per kilo of cockroaches sold, according to the source, but now, he faces losses of hundreds of thousands of yuan.