New train station vending machines selling sex toys

Sex toy vending machine illustration 
By: Sarah Weiss

Now, you can buy a sex toy on your way to work at your local train station, according to photos uploaded to the Internet.

An Italian vending machine company, which is selling sex toys and contraceptives, has caused outrage after it was placed at train stations around the city.

The vending machine is selling vibrators, love balls, gels, condoms and a selection of hot undies.

The machines are being tested mainly in Casarsa, in the northeastern region of the country.

The company is facing pressure to remove the machines after parents complained about the effects on children.

A parent group is organizing a protest in order to get the machines removed.

"I could see the need for condom vending machines as condoms help prevent sexually transmitted diseases, but sex toys are too much for me,” one father said.

"The children using the trains are too young to be exposed to this adult material. They have plenty of time for that later in life," he also said.

The owner of the vending machine company said that most people are happy with the machines.

Two pastors accused of engaging in ritual killings and selling body parts

One of the suspects 
By: Shifra Unger

Six people including two pastors were arrested and charged with murder after they were accused of engaging in ritual killings, according to police reports in Nigeria.

The Nkwerre Vigilante Network said that they arrested a gang of six men, who engaged in selling human body parts for rituals and transplants.

The men confessed to kidnapping victims across the state and using them for religious rituals. Some body parts were sold to people who were in need of transplants.

The men, who work in construction, admitted to selling body parts for up to $6,500.

The men took police to their hiding place, which was located in a forest in the Nkwerre Umugara Village, where they performed some of the ritual killings.

There, police found the decomposing bodies of some of their victims, mostly women and children.

Pastor accused of leading a gang of armed robbers

Church illustration 
By: David Ross

A pastor was arrested and charged with armed robbery after allegedly leading a gang of armed robbers, according to police reports in Nigeria.

The pastor, who oversees The Way of Salvation Ministry, which is located at 1 Ajilosun Street, Ado Ekiti, is being accused of armed robbery.

Ekiti State Police said that the pastor is also the one who safeguarded the weapons belonging to the armed robbers.

Pastor Sunday Suleiman was arrested along with Okoromadu Kingsley, 36, Eze Steven Okwudili, 30, Sunkanmi Alomaja, 28, Ojo Gboyega, and Fatunroti Toyin, both 25.

The six suspects were engaged in stealing motorbikes and cars, when they were arrested in the area of ​​Ori Apata of the capital city.

The gang is also accused of stealing household items, including laptops, mobile phones and cash.

Some of their victims were tied up and locked in bathrooms while they ransacked their houses.

The pastor denied the allegations made against him, and said that he only lives in the same apartment as the suspects.

However, police said that Suleiman had the key to the locker where the gang kept all their weapons.

Woman accidentally kills her boyfriend, 22, while playing with friend's gun

Justin Holt 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A woman lost the love of her life while playing with a gun.

Justin Holt, 22, of Boca Raton, Florida, died after being shot in the chest by his girlfriend in a tragic accident.

Erin Steele, 20, took a gun, and while not realizing that it was loaded, fired it. She shot her boyfriend in the chest, police said.

The 911 call, in which the owner of the gun and another friend frantically called for help, was released by police in Boca Raton.

“There was a very bad accident. Someone picked up my firearm by mistake, and someone got shot,” the gun owner was heard telling the 911 dispatcher.

Joshua Henry, 23, brought the gun to the apartment of another friend where the group was hanging out, and they practiced shooting.

When they were finished practicing, Henry reloaded the gun and put it on the counter, according to Boca Raton Police.

Steele picked up the gun, pointed it at Holt and fired, hitting him in the chest.

Officers arrived at the apartment in Boca Raton, just minutes after the 911 call was placed.

Holt was rushed to Delray Medical Center, where he died shortly thereafter, according to police.

Steele has not yet been charged in connection with the shooting.

Justin Holt’s mother, Mary, 56, said her son was a family man, who just wanted to find a girl and settle down. “Steele was that girl,” she said.

They met about a year ago and they were inseparable ever since.

"From the first day he was in love with her,” Holt’s said.

Two of the world's best skydivers killed in mid-air collision during world record attempt

Skydivers illustration 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) Skydivers from the around the world gathered in Eloy, Arizona, in an attempt
to break the current world record.

Sadly, two skydivers collided with each other in the air during a jump over.

The two collided while their parachute was open. The collision caused their parachute to collapse and sent the men plummeting to the ground.

One man was pronounced dead at the scene while the other was taken to a hospital where he died. A third person was injured, but authorities have not released any information on the nature of the injury.

The two skydivers had been part of a group of about 200 professional skydivers, who participated in a week-long Skydiving event, which was held near the Eloy Municipal Airport.

Police identified the victims as Keiron O’Rourke, 40, of the United Kingdom, and Bernd Schmehl, 51, of Germany.

They collided about 200 or 300 feet above the ground.

Schmehl, who died at the scene, did about 1,707 jumps, 80 in the last six months alone.

O’Rourke, who died at a nearby hospital, had done 849 jumps in his lifetime, including 100 in the last six months.

Wendy’s employee arrested after woman finds used marijuana joint in cheeseburger

Amy Seiber (left) the cheeseburger (Right) 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) Buy a burger and get a free blunt.

A woman ordered a cheeseburger at Wendy’s and received a partially smoked marijuana joint along with it.

Shalon Travis, 39, ordered the burger at a Wendy’s fast food chain drive-thru in Lovejoy, Georgia, at about 10:30 p.m.

Police said that Travis went home with the food without realizing what was inside until she took a bite out of the burger. That is when she noticed a strange smell emanating from it.

When the woman removed the top of her burger bun she found a partially smoked joint.

The customer contacted police, and officers went to Wendy’s to investigate.

Officers arrested Amy Seiber, 32, who allegedly admitted to smoking at work.

Seiber is said to have admitted the marijuana joint was hers and that she had misplaced it, according to the police report.

Seiber, who dropped a partially smoked joint in the customers cheeseburger, has been fired and charged with possession of marijuana.

She has been charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Wendy’s reportedly gave the customer a gift certificate of $50 at their stores, however, after her last experience, it is unclear whether she will use it.