California DMV issues offensive ‘NOT SEE’ licence plate

NOT SEE license plate 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) People are angry after the California DMV issued a “NOT SEE” license plate number for a vehicle.

The words "not see" on the license plate may not appear offensive, but when you say the words it sounds like Nazi, especially when a swastika is displayed right next to it.

Shawn Calpito of San Diego, California, chose this plate for his car.

Both the front and back plates were removed from the car.

The Department of Motor Vehicles confirmed that Calpito owns the car.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles, sent the vehicle owner a notice of cancellation, a DMV spokesperson said.

First baby born in Israeli emergency hospital in the Philippines named Israel

Baby Israel 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) The first baby to be born at the emergency Israeli field hospital set up in the Philippines after a historic storm that caused thousands of casualties, was named Israel, the Israel Defense Forces said in a statement.

"It's a boy!" An Israeli military spokesperson, Peter Lerner, said on Friday. "Amazing news coming out of the Israeli hospital that the IDF set up in the Philippines. The first baby was born. The grateful mother named the baby Israel," the IDF said.

The IDF humanitarian unit completed the implementation of a field hospital on Friday, after arriving to the storm-ravaged city of Daanbantayan, in northern Cebu Province, on Wednesday night, with about 100 tons of supplies.

The 147 member group, includes officials of the search and rescue unit and senior physicians of the Israeli Army Medical Corps. They set up a numerous medical departments to provide medical care to victims of the disaster.

The facility has departments for children, women and outpatient care, as well as general admissions department. The hospital is equipped with 100 tons of Israeli humanitarian and medical supplies.

Doctors use robot’s butt and virtual man to learn how to do butt exams on people

Virtual patient used to train medical students
to do prostate exams 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) Doctors will now learn the correct way to enter a man’s prostate without being offensive and without the exam being too painful.

Is there a right and wrong way to do a butt exam? Apparently there is.

A new device will teach medical students how to do the exam the correct way.

The device works by having a robot’s prostarier connected to a computer screen with a virtual man named "Patrick," who is bent over a desk.

The device is designed to train budding physicians how to give a prostate exam, according to Dr. Benjamin Lok, the co-creator of the electronic device.

"The medical students talk to a virtual person and are able to practice their communication skills," Lok said.

The robot has sensors that can measure where the student is examining and the amount of pressure they are using.

This allows the system to provide a realistic encounter with the virtual patient including communication components and physical examinations.

The device even measures eye contact between the medical student and the virtual patient to help improve the bedside manners.

The robot’s prostarier is also equipped with force sensors that alert the student when he or she is pressing too hard.

The robot is currently used at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and at the University of Florida.

Man calls police after one night stand annoys him in bed

The police report of the incident 
By: John Roberts

A one night stand turned into a nightmare for one man.

A man brought a woman home to have sex, but when the two fell asleep in the same bed, things got so bad that the man called police.

Benjamin Duddles, 41, of Wisconsin, asked police to remove the woman from his bed because she was snoring so loudly that he was unable sleep.

Duddles spent the evening with the woman. The two have been drinking and had relations before going to sleep, according to a report by the Waukesha Police Department.

Instead of a having good night’s sleep while cuddling with a hot woman, Duddles was disturbed by the woman’s loud snoring.

Police responded to the house at 4:00 a.m. after Duddles told them that the woman was "snoring like a train," according to the report.

Police were concerned as Duddles sounded extremely intoxicated on the phone.

They went to the residence to assess the situation. It was determined that the woman, who has sleep apnea, was medically well.

Duddles wanted police to take the woman out of his house.

However, officers explained to him that no crime had been committed because he welcomed the woman into the home.

Officers then advised Duddles to sleep on his couch and to work out the issue in the morning.

Couple seen having sex inside nightclub

Edited version of the picture taken in Bar Luna 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) Two people were having sex in a nightclub without bothering to hide their actions.

The couple of the United Kingdom, were seen semi-naked in a compromising position in a bar in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire.

The couple was photographed in an x-rated position in a bar called Bar Luna.

In the photo, which is too explicit to show in its entirety, the woman appeared to be naked from the waist down and the man had his genitals exposed.

According to staff, the incident lasted only a short time. By the time staff members were made aware of the incident, the couple was done and had left.

Staff members were unable to identify the couple as they were facing away from the camera.

The bar staff said that if the couple would have been caught in action, or if they would have been able to identify the couple, both people would be banned from the nightclub.

“There is not much we can do. We don't know what they look like. In the photo we can only see them from behind," a staff member said.

Judge orders man to pay $500 a month for 132 years after killing trees

Harvey Updyke 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A man is paying a high price for killing some trees at a university.

The man was ordered to pay a whopping $800,000 in damages.

The judge ordered him to pay $500 a month, which will take 132 years to pay off.

Harvey Updyke, 64, of Louisiana, pleaded guilty to poisoning iconic oak trees at the Auburn University in Alabama, during a sports event.

At sentencing, he was ordered to serve 76 days in jail followed by five years probation.

His probation includes a 7:00 p.m. curfew. He's not allowed to speak with the media. He can't step foot onto Auburn University property and is banned from all their sporting events.

The university sued Updyke for the damages he caused to the trees and soil.

Judge Jacob A. Walker ordered Updyke to pay $796,731.98 in restitution costs to Auburn University.

Walker said the money will offset the cost of removal and replacement of the affected trees and soil, as well as loss of income due to its destruction.

"The Court believes that the defendant did not fully take into account the repercussions of poisoning living things," the judge wrote.

“The court finds that his actions placed the public at considerable risk of health concerns,” the judge added.

Most of the restitution money was ordered to be used to pay for the replacement of impacted soil, removal of trees and to offset lost revenue from seedlings sales.

The remaining $164,201.98 will pay back the costs, which the university spent in an attempt to save the trees and soil, and other work that was done as a result of the damage.

In addition to the nearly $800,000 owed ​​to the University of Auburn, Updyke also must pay $2,000 in legal fees and $16,500 in court costs

Married man and father of 3 proposes to wife in front of hundreds of people at traffic light

The marriage proposal 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A man was seen on video proposing to his wife in front of hundreds of people at a traffic light.

This was not a typical marriage proposal. The couple wanted to rekindle the love they once shared.

The man named Lin, 40, of Taiwan, had been married to his wife for the past 5 years, and they have three children.

Lin said that the passion he once shared with his wife was gone.

With three kids to care for, the husband and wife hardly ever had private time together, causing them to become distant from each other.

Rather than divorcing his wife and look for love elsewhere, the husband, who works as a registered nurse, decided to do something special for their relationship.

To recapture their love, Lin, together with his wife’s brother, who is a photographer, secretly planned a marriage proposal.

In this grand romantic gesture, Lin got down on one knee in the street below the Taipei Bridge, to propose to his wife for a second time.

Lin chose the Taipei Bridge for three reasons:

There are always a lot of people on the bridge.

The bridge is like a hill, so everyone waiting at the light is able to see what was happening at the bottom of the bridge.

It takes about one and a half minutes for the light to change from red to green, giving him enough time for a quick proposal in front of many people.

People were impressed by the husband’s romantic idea, and the video of the proposal quickly went viral.

Under Armour in lock down after employee made prank police call

Under Armour headquarters 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) Employees of Under Armour in Baltimore, Maryland, are fuming after they were under lock down because a worker made a prank police call.

Baltimore City Police responded to a 911 call, which threatened employees at Under Armour headquarters on Sunday afternoon. Police shut down the building for hours, which left workers unable to return home.

The 911 call came in at 2:00 p.m., and a SWAT team responded to the scene in order to search the building.

After completing their search, the officers determined that the 911 call was a very unfunny prank.

"We take every threat seriously. A SWAT team searched the facility and we inspected the employees inside," Eric Kowalczyk of the Baltimore Police Department said.

"Prank calls put a lot of people in danger, and take away the resources of the city," he said.

Kowalczyk said that the prankster will face justice.

Besides the building itself, the streets around the headquarters of Under Armour in South Baltimore, were closed for five hours. Area residents were not happy.

Couple apologizes to thieves for not providing them with more valuables to steal

The letter 
By: Sarah Weiss

A couple of the United Kingdom, did the unthinkable and apologized to thieves for not providing them with more valuables to steal.

The couple has publicized the apology through a written letter.

Kate Barrett said that posting the letter on her front door helped her see the humorous side of what had been a horrible experience.

The theft occurred on Sunday, when I was in London attending a live performance of "Strictly Come Dancing,” with her partner, Dan Owens.

"As you know, we do not have expensive items, so there is no need to re-enter our house unless you like to take my collection of VHS tapes and cassettes. Dan is very disappointed that you did not take these the first time around," the woman wrote in the letter.

Northamptonshire Police said that the robbers did find a few valuable things worth stealing, including a camera, iPod, Seiko gold watch, cufflinks, other jewelry and money.

Owens called the robbery a horrible experience. He said that the worst part was knowing that someone had gone through his ​​belongings.

"Fortunately, we do not really have anything particularly valuable or sentimental," Owen said.

Girl, 6, stabbed with pencil in New York City school

Deajah Goodwin and her mother Shawanda Goodwin 
By: Shifra Unger

A 6-year-old girl was stabbed with a pencil after being tormented for an extended period of time.

Deajah Goodwin, was taken to a hospital after a classmate at PS 194 stabbed her arm just a month after another child hit her face, the girl’s mother said.

Shawanda Goodwin said the girl had been tormented for weeks.

"She gave me a slap in the face for no reason. She called me a b**** and a f***," the little girl said. "The girl kept poking me with a pencil," she also said.

Deajah said she alerted the teacher about the prick on her arm and asked to call her mother, but was sent to the nurse instead and was treated with an ice pack.

"It's not fair that no one contacted me to let me know what was going on with my child," Goodwin, 31, said. "I'll get her out of that school, because it is not the first incident," she also said.

"We are investigating this incident," Education Department spokesperson Marge Feinberg said. "So far this year, there have been no reported incidents of bullying in this school," the spokesperson said.

Deajah was taken by her mother to Harlem Hospital Center where she was treated with antibiotic ointment and released.

Man rapes his 11-year-old daughter because his wife left him

Ademola Simiyu 
By: Sarah Weiss

A man told police that he raped his 11-year-old daughter because his wife lift him, according to court proceedings in Nigeria.

The Osun State Police said that they arrested 35-year-old Ademola Simiyu of Ile Olode, Ikoyi, for allegedly raping his daughter.

Simiyu, a father of three children, woke up the girl at 12:00 a.m. while she slept with her brothers, and forcefully had sex with her.

The suspect is accused of covering the mouth of his daughter so no one should hear her screams. The girl began to bleed heavily, but the father refused to take her to a hospital for fear of being questioned.

The crime came to light after the young girl told her mother about the abuse.

Detectives took the girl to a local hospital for medical examinations and treatments.

When questioned by police, Simiyu admitted to the allegations saying he did not know what came over him.

He also told police officers that his wife left him and it is difficult to be alone.

Doctors said that the girl suffered serious vaginal injuries as a result of the rape.

The suspect was brought before the Osogbo Magistrate's Court, and was charged with three counts of rape.

A judge remanded the suspect into custody, and he was booked into Ilesa prison.

California teacher feeds semen to his blindfolded students

Mark Berndt 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A teacher was arrested and charged with child assault after feeding his students semen, according to court proceedings in California.

Now, the Los Angeles elementary school teacher agreed to plead no contest to sexual abuse charges involving more than 20 students.

Mark Berndt is accused of blindfolding children and spoon-feeding them biscuits mixed with his semen in what he called a tasting game.

Berndt plans to enter the legal equivalent of guilty pleas to 23 counts at a hearing on Friday.

Berndt will probably be sentenced to 25 years in prison.

The parents of the students filed a lawsuit against the Unified School District of Los Angeles, for failing to protect their children from Berndt. Settlements have cost tens of millions for the district.

The charges against Berndt came to light in 2009, when a photo technician at a pharmacy saw dozens of weird photos of children blindfolded and informed the authorities. Investigators, who launched an investigation against the teacher, found a plastic spoon in the school garbage can that contained traces of semen.

The parents settled claims with the school rather than put their children through the trauma of litigation.

Parents convicted of murder after their child dies because they prayed rather than seeking medical assistance

Herbert and Catherine Schaible 
By: David Ross

A couple is facing prison time after their son died because they decided to pray rather than to seek medical attention, according to court proceedings in Pennsylvania.

The Philadelphia couple was found guilty of third-degree murder of their son after pleading no contest.

The seven-month-old son of Herbert and Catherine Schaible died on April 18 from dehydration and pneumonia when his parents decided to pray for him rather than to seek medical attention.

At that time, Herbert and Catherine Schaible were on probation for 10 years for the death of their 2-year-old son in 2009. The terms of their probation required Herbert and Catherine Schaible to seek medical attention when one of their seven surviving children became ill.

The fundamentalist Christian couple faces sentencing next year.

"As a mother I cannot imagine doing such a thing," prosecutor Joanne Pescatore said.

About a dozen U.S. children die each year when parents turn to faith healing instead of medicine, usually for highly treatable problems, according to experts.

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams said that since medical attention was not given to the child they decided to file murder charges against the couple.

Their remaining children have been placed in foster care.