Woman, 34, stabs fiance in fight over color scheme for their wedding

Krysta James 
By: Sarah Weiss

A bride was jailed and her wedding might be called off after she stabbed her fiance.

Some women become very obsessed with every detail of their wedding.

However, in most cases, the groom leaves the small decisions to the bride.

Krysta James, 34, of Columbia, South Carolina, discussed the color scheme of her upcoming wedding with her fiance, but when they disagreed on the issue, she stabbed him.

Investigators said that the man was trying to stop the argument by leaving the house at about 8:30 p.m.

Richland County deputies said that as the man was leaving, his fiancee stabbed him in the upper body, but his injuries were not life threatening.

James was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.

She remains in jail, and her bail was set at $10,000.

Woman takes revenge of husband by pouring bleach into his eye drops

Kristy Ryan McDermed 
By: John Roberts

An angry woman wanted to hurt her husband by ruining his eyesight.

Kristy Ryan McDermed, 35, of Canton, Ohio, poured bleach into her husband’s bottle of eye drops in revenge for their marital problems, officials said.

The husband went to the police to press charges against his wife.

The man told police that when he got out of the shower and started using the eye drops, he felt a burning sensation.

“I could smell what appeared to be bleach," the husband said.

“The husband realized that there was a problem as soon as he put drops in one eye. He discontinued using it,” police said.

Thankfully, the bleach did not cause permanent damage to the man’s eye.

During the investigation, detectives found that McDermed had placed an advertisement on Craigslist, offering to pay someone to assault her husband, according to Canton detective sergeant Chad Baugh.

McDermed, who has children with her husband, pleaded guilty to domestic violence and admitted her role in trying to harm her husband, police said.

Man publicly wrestles with wife after she belittles him for getting lost with GPS

Man seen sitting on top of his wife 
By: Debbi Gross

(Scroll down for video) A man became frustrated when his wife would not stop nagging him when he was lost on the road.

Police had to intervene in the dispute between the woman and her husband in Hangzhou, China.

Police were called after onlookers saw a man sitting on top of his wife while she tried to push him off of her.

The two began to fight in public after the woman would not stop nagging him about driving the wrong direction despite using his GPS.

When police arrived, they had to forcibly restrain the husband in order to stop him from fighting with his wife, who was annoying him.

"I went the wrong direction after following the GPS and she had been complaining about it for the entire drive," the man told police.

The couple has been arguing constantly for a while and were contemplating divorce, but they decided to stay together for the sake of their son.

However, after their latest fight, which has been uploaded to the Internet for all to see, the woman said she might just seek a divorce.

6-year-old girl seen on video stealing $150,000 in cash from jewelry store

Girl seen stealing from store 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A store owner released a shocking video of a young girl stealing cash.

The 6-year-old girl came to the store with two women. She was seen on surveillance camera helping the women steal more than $150,000 in cash from the jewelry store.

The video shows two women wearing veils, inside the store.

One of the women was seen trying on a ring and keeping the worker distracted. That’s when the child walked behind the counter.

The other woman was seen opening her big purse, which held only one water bottle.

The girl was seen standing behind the counter before emerging with a box that held $150,000 in cash.

She then gave the money to one of the women before all three left the store.

New printer allows you to eat your girlfriend's chocolate face

Dr. Liang Hao shoing off chocolate face 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Does your girlfriend have beautiful face? Now, you can eat her thanks to a new technological advanced printer.

A company designed a new 3D printer that makes chocolate replicas of human faces.

If you fancy a tasty portrait, then Choc Edge is just what you need. The device produces three-dimensional face forms with rich chocolate.

All you have to do is send your picture to the company along with about $100 and Choc Edge machine will take care of the rest.

The printer creates a chocolate model following the instructions sent from a computer.

“Everyone loves chocolate and so we have tried to make it easy and affordable for consumers in general," the owner of Choc Edge and a University of Exeter lecturer, Dr. Liang Hao, said.