Woman hangs on to boyfriend’s car for two miles to keep him from getting away during argument

Audrey Justus 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A woman was injured in an attempt to keep her boyfriend from leaving her.

According to police in Pennsylvania, the couple got into an argument, which ended with 25-year-old Audrey Justus hanging onto her boyfriend’s car.

The woman told police that she was holding on for dear life as her boyfriend, 43-year-old Billie Joe Fridley, was driving at high speeds.

Fridley however, said that the woman jumped onto his car as he tried to leave the home where the two were arguing.

He said that he was just trying to get away, and in no way meant to hurt her.

Police said that he drove about 2 miles while Justus was clinging to the hood of the car before abruptly stopping the car, causing the mother of three children to fall onto the pavement.

Fridley said that he stopped at least three times. He stopped at two different stop signs and once when she screamed for him to stop, but she refused to get off the car.

She shouted for him to open the sunroof so that she could get in the car and talk about the situation. He then got out of the car and allegedly hit her with his crutches, which left her with a bruise.

Fridley said that he was unable to call police because Justus took the phone from him. He remains free on bail, but was ordered to stay away from Justus.

Man arrested after baby was born with rare blood disorder due to parents’ incest relationship

Steven DeMaranville 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A man is facing charges of incest, rape and sodomy after he impregnated his underage family member.

Prosecutors have charged the man with incest after his baby was found to have a rare disorder that occurs when parents have similar genes.

36-year-old Steven DeMaranville of Springfield, Missouri, was accused of impregnating his relative, who is under 17 years old.

According to police, officers were called to investigate after a 2-month-old child was diagnosed with Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, a type of blood disorder that is usually the result of incest.

The disease attacks the immune system and is treated by chemotherapy and steroids among other drugs.

Police said that the mother initially claimed that the father was a “friend who had moved out of town.” However, after having genetic testing done, and it was determined that the teen had sex with a family member.

She finally admitted that DeMaranville was the father. DeMaranville was booked into the Greene County Jail, with bail set at $25,000.

Poor dog does not want its owner to bury its deceased brother

The dogs and its owner 
By: Devansh Dutt

A rottweiler seemed to be devastated over the loss of its brother, according to a video uploaded to YouTube.

It's always hard to attend the funeral of a loved one. That seems to be true not only for humans, but also for animals.

In this video, which was uploaded to Youtube by Harrison Fisher, the dog is seen attempting to wake up its brother.

The family was attempting to record the burial of their beloved deceased pet, but they got more than they bargained for. The video caught the emotions of the grieving dog.

During the funeral, the rottweiler tried to stop its owner from burying its dead brother. The video caption reads: “Poor dog doesn't understand why they want to bury its sleepy brother.”

The dog kept barking over its brother, as if to say wake up brother, wake up, but nothing happened.

Mother-in-law starves son’s 26-year-old wife to death after complaining about his cheating

Yang Tian Tian 
By: Aarav Sen

An evil mother-in-law is in trouble after she starved her daughter-in-law to death.

26-year-old Yang Tian Tian, was a good-looking woman, and mother of one boy.

However, her life was cut short after she was abused by her mother-in-law. Tian was once a happily married woman until she learned that her husband was having an affair.

Tian, who lived with her in-laws, discussed her husband’s cheating with his mother. To her surprise, her mother-in-law defended her son and said that it was normal for men to be unfaithful.

Her mother-in-law allegedly also told her that she should be happy that she has a roof over her head.

Failing to get a divorce, Yang tried to end her own life by overdosing on pills. She was rushed to a hospital and was saved. However, not without consequences. She suffered brain atrophy, which causes the brain to shrink.

After the incident, Tian was bedridden and not properly cared for. A year after returning to her mother-in-law's house, Tian went from being a curvy woman to skin and bones.

Tian was hospitalized, but it was too late. She had starved to death. The mother-in-law allegedly said that her family was poor and have not eaten meat in a few months. They were unable to afford care for the young woman.
May she rest in peace.

Mixed Martial Arts fighter, 24, with Down syndrome fights in the ring (video)

Garrett Holeve (left) with his coach Mike Johnson 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A brave young man with Down syndrome from Florida, does not allow his disability to stop him.

Garrett Holeve is a 24-year-old man with Down syndrome.

He trained in Mixed Martial Arts and showed off his skills in the ring.

He wants to continue playing sports, take himself to the next level and fight against other professionals. However, some organizations are standing in his way and refuse to allow him to accomplish his dreams.

Holeve, who goes by the name “G-money,” filed a lawsuit with the help of his family for the right to fight in the MMA.
“I was just denied the opportunity to compete as a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter. This is not the first time I have been denied. In August, the Florida State Boxing Commission issued a cease and desist order against a promoter who had scheduled me to fight due to lack of sanctioning by one of Florida’s Amateur Sanctioning Organizations. These denials undermine my progress in my sport and embarrass me,” Holeve wrote on his website.

“My love for this sport also led me to create Garrett’s Fight Foundation, to help promote MMA within the special needs community, including disabled veterans. I am the spokesperson, instructor and director at Garrett’s Fight Foundation,” he stated.

Holeve has already tried his hands in fighting (see video below). In February, he took on Mike Wilson in a three-round bout. Despite being punched in the face and suffering bruises, Holeve remained on his feet and fought on. He refused to give up. At the end, the referee declared both of them winners.

Man arrested after fatally shooting prominent member of Kansas City Jewish community (video)

Brandon Howell 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly shooting a prominent member of Congregation Ohev Sholom, police in Missouri said.

Jackson County prosecutors said that they have charged 34-year-old Brandon Howell, with three counts of first-degree murder on Tuesday.

The victims were identified as 69-year-old Susan Choucroun, 88-year-old Lorene Hurst and her son, 63-year-old Darrel Hurst. Officers responded to No. 1 East Woodbridge Lane just before 1:00 p.m.

When officers arrived, they found Choucroun shot dead at the entrance of No. 3 East Woodbridge Lane.

The officers entered No. 1 East Woodbridge Lane and in the basement they found a man and a woman, who had been assaulted.

Both were taken to local hospitals where they were listed in critical condition. Officers visited the area and found the bodies of the Hursts in the front yard of No. 7 Woodbridge Lane.

Witnesses told police that they heard several gunshots and then saw a beige Toyota Highlander leaving the scene. A witness saw the vehicle stop outside No. 3 East Woodbridge Lane, and a man shooting Choucroun before fleeing.

Officers found the stolen Toyota Highlander in the parking lot of The Bistro, and arrested Howell nearby. People who knew Susan Choucroun, said that she was a civic activist who always rooted for the underdog.

They said that they were not surprised to hear that she rushed to aid someone who was shot. Choucroun helped create an action group, More Squared, that has provided computers to students, among other things.

"She was a dear friend. She and I would go out to lunch once a month," Rabbi Scott White of the Ohev Sholom Synagogue said.

"She had a great sense of humor, and was very passionately involved in our congregation and in the Jewish tradition," White added.

Israel outlaws ISIS officially calling it an illegal organization

ISIS fighters illustration 
By: Devansh Dutt

Israel took steps to prevent citizens from having any contact with ISIS.

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon signed the decree, which names ISIS as an illegal organization, on Wednesday.

The decree banned any contact with members of the Islamic State.

Ya'alon also signed a similar declaration outlawing the Abdullah al-Azzam Brigades, a Sunni jihadist group linked to Al-Qaeda, which has in the past claimed responsibility for launching rockets into Israel.

By officially declaring Islamic state illegal, Israel will now be able to take legal action against any person or fundraising associated with the terrorist organization.

"This is being done for the sake of national security, public safety and public order," the statement said. The declaration listed several Islamic State’s names, and goes on to list several of their titles in Arabic, Hebrew and English.

The decision came just a day after the terrorist group beheaded a U.S. journalist, Steven Sotloff, who also had Israeli citizenship.

Hamas mastermind behind murder of 3 Israeli yeshiva students charged with murder (video)

Suspects in murder of 3 Israeli yeshiva students 
By: Ze'ev Ben-Yechiel

(Scroll down for video) The Hamas mastermind behind the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli yeshiva students was charged with murder, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

Hussam Hassan Qawasme, the Hamas mastermind behind the June kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens, has been indicted, according to a statement released today by Israel's Shin Bet security forces.

The IDF military court announced the indictment on Thursday morning, nearly two months after Qawasme was arrested for his suspected role in the terror attack. A number of family members have also been implicated for assisting him in the crime.

On June 12, Hamas terrorists from Hebron kidnapped Gil-Ad Sha'er, 16, Naftali Frankel, 16, and Eyal Yifrah, 19, while the three were hitchhiking at Gush Etzion Junction, and shot them dead shortly thereafter when they realized that one of the teens had called the police.

According to the indictment, Qawasme, a senior Hamas operative, received funding for the operation from his brother Mahmoud, a Hamas terrorist who was released to Gaza in the Gilad Schalit deal.

Hussam Qawasme obtained total of at least 150,000 shekels ($1 = 3.58 shekels) to use for the attack, at least some of which is believed to have been transmitted by his mother and another woman who was not named.

The investigation revealed that the money was used to purchase the vehicles used in the kidnapping, as well as two M-16 assault rifles and two handguns, the latter of which were used to kill the teens.

The vehicle used in the kidnapping itself was burned near the town of Dura, while the getaway vehicle was abandoned in Hebron.

The two main suspects in the actual kidnap and murder, Marwan Qawasme, a relative of Hussam, and Amar Abu Aisha, remain at large. In his confession, Hassam Qawasme named others who helped hide the two suspects.

Following the murders, Hussam and Marwan Qawasme took the bodies of the victims and transported them to a field purchased by Hussam several months prior to the attack, where they buried them.

When the bodies of the missing teens were found on June 30, Qawasme went into hiding, and planned to enlist the help of family members to flee to Jordan. The Shin Bet named them as Hisham Qawasme, 35, Jamil Qawasme, 28, and 45-year-old Hassan Qawasme. All are in Israeli custody.

The ringleader was found and arrested on July 11 while hiding in the Shuafat refugee camp.

Dog feces smeared on Hasidic Toronto synagogue

Scene of the incident 
By: Anika Rao

The Jewish community in Toronto, Canada, is worried after a vandal smeared dog feces on a Hasidic synagogue, The Canadian Jewish News reported.

The Toronto Police Department said that they are investigating the incident of dog feces smeared on the Chabad synagogue located on Bathurst Street and Eidenburg Drive.

The vandalism was discovered by one of the members of the synagogue when he arrived for morning prayers. The feces was smeared on the door and the door handles.

The surveillance cameras of the synagogue documented the suspect.

On the video, the suspect can be seen walking his dog, approach the synagogue and smear feces on all handles of the door.

Police described the suspect as white, tall and medium build. The dog was described as a medium sized white poodle.

New York DMV issues ‘Hammas’ license plate to pro-Hamas driver

Hammas license plate 
By: Hydar Tomar

The New York Department of Motor Vehicle issued a license plate with the letters “Hammas” to a pro-Hamas driver in Brooklyn.

After coming under extreme criticism, the DMV said that it is revoking the license plate.

The Hammas plate is named after the Hamas group of Gaza, which is recognized as a terrorist organization by the United States.

The car carrying the plate was seen parked in Bay Ridge on Wednesday, and had a Palestinian flag on the dashboard. The DMV said that it should not have issued the plate.

"We are taking this plate off the road because it is offensive," the New York DMV said in a statement. "The group represented by the name on the plate is also on the list of entities designated by the United States government as a terrorist organization."

Some people are angry that the DMV canceled the Hammas plate. “I thought that in the United States people are allowed to have such plates and express themselves,” one Brooklyn resident said.

Flatbush man jailed for shooting police officer in Crown Heights

Rashun Robinson 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A Flatbush man was arrested, charged and convicted of assault after shooting a police officer in Crown Heights, after he was stopped for not paying a bus fare, prosecutors in New York said.

Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson announced that 29-year-old Rashun Robinson, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for shooting the officer in the leg.

“This defendant opened fire on and permanently injured a young, heroic officer who was just beginning his career, all because he didn’t want to pay his bus fare. Such disregard for and violence towards our police personnel deserves a 25-year prison sentence,” Thompson said.

Robinson pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault on a police officer. The shooting stemmed from an incident in the vicinity of Empire Boulevard and Utica Avenue, when Police Officer James Li and Police Officer Randy Chow, observed the defendant entering the rear of a New York City Transit Authority B46 bus.

The officers ordered the defendant to get off of the bus and he ran across Empire Boulevard, turned and fired multiple shots at both officers, striking Officer Li in the leg and groin, according to the investigation.

Both officers returned fire. The defendant was not hit. He was apprehended in a stairwell on Schenectady Avenue shortly after the shooting by officers assigned to the 71st precinct.

The defendant had a .45 caliber pistol in his hand when he was caught. Three .45 caliber shell casings were recovered.

Officer Li, who graduated from the Police Academy two months prior to the shooting and was assigned to the 71st precinct, suffered significant, permanent nerve damage to his leg and walks with a cane.

Muslim man in Sweden talks about his support for Israel and his creation of the Lebanon Israel Peace Project (video)

Mostafa Geha 
By: Anav Silverman

(Scroll down for video) A Muslim man who is proud to be pro-Israel, spoke about his creation of the Lebanon Israel Peace Project, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

Over 500 blue and white Israeli flags dotted a solidarity rally held for Israel in Stockholm that was organized by the Zionist Federation in Sweden, on Sunday.

Among those holding the Israeli flags, was featured speaker Mostafa Geha, a Muslim Lebanese activist and writer, who co-founded the Lebanon Israel Peace Project.

In an exclusive interview with the Tazpit News Agency, Geha explains why he supports Israel and why he is involved with projects that promote peace between Israel and Lebanon.

When Geha was eight years old, his father, an intellectual thinker and writer on Islam, was assassinated by Hezbollah in Lebanon because of his ideas.

"I cannot forget what happened to my father," Geha told the Tazpit News Agency. "I was blessed with a strong mother who was able to raise me and my siblings as a single parent, but the bloody experience of my family will always stay with me."

Geha too was targeted by Hezbollah terrorists two years ago as he was leaving work. Shots were fired at his vehicle as he was driving, but he survived the assassination attempt and immediately sought asylum in Sweden, where he lives today.

He recalls that his father wrote about making peace with Israel. "Now I do the same. We must build good relations with Israel, and the Jewish people have the right to a good life without terror and wars. I believe that if we make peaceful relations between Israel and Lebanon, we can have an amazing region," he said.

Studying the region from a historical point of view, Geha believes that much can be learned from the past. "If we look to our history, we will see how Hiram, the King of Tyre, sent building materials and men for the original construction of the Temple in Jerusalem. King Solomon and King Hiram had strong relations and I hope that we will build these relations between Lebanon and Israel once again," he said.

Geha said that some of his friends have cut contact with him because of his opinions and views. "I can understand them – they are afraid," Geha told the Tazpit News Agency. “I also have some nice Israeli and Jewish friends that I’m proud of.”

He believes that organizations like ISIS, Hezbollah and Hamas are destroying the Middle East, with their ideologies and actions.

"They are terrorists who don't believe in human rights, and kill anyone who doesn't agree with their crazy and fanatic ideologies. The fight against this terrorism is the duty of moral individuals and humanitarians," Geha said.

"Supporting Israel is a form of standing against terrorism. Because my father was murdered by terrorists, I know exactly how people feel when they are under terror attack and that's another reason for me to stand with Israel. The daily reality is not easy for the Jewish people in the land of their fathers and they have an absolute right to defend themselves," Geha added.

Geha still hopes for a better future for his country and people. "I want to see our next generation playing and studying together in friendship with Israel. I hope that Lebanon will become a liberal democratic country free of bloody ideologies," he concluded.

How Tragic Events Shape Evolution of Sports Safety Gear

Riding bike illustration 
By: Aarav Sen

Thanks to technology, and a better understanding of our bodies and muscle development, athletes are bigger, faster and stronger than ever.

It's only in recent years that some sports are finally catching up to match the physicality of today's athletes with the needed safety measures to protect them.

Among the most important sports gear that has evolved are mouthguards, helmets and padding.

Mouthguards

When watching professional football, boxing or even baseball or hockey, it's hard to imagine any athlete playing without a mouthguard.

Mouthguards weren't invented until shortly after a 1927 boxing match between Mike McTigue and Jack Sharkey, in which McTigue chipped a tooth, forcing him to forfeit the match, according to Keystone Industries.

Dr. Clarence Mayer, a dentist and boxing inspector at the time, thought up the idea of making a mouthguard out of wax and rubber to protect athletes' mouths and teeth from severe injury.

It took another 20 years before the mouthguard took shape as an acrylic mold to fit over both the upper and lower teeth. At the time, dental injuries made up as much as half of sports-related injuries.

Today, there are a variety of mouthguards to choose from. Moreover, mouthguards are so advanced athletes can even choose flavored ones like the MoGo mouthguard, which comes in bubble gum, lemon, fruit punch, mint or orange.

Helmets and Padding

It can arguably be said that since the deaths of San Diego Chargers player Junior Seau and NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, implementation of better safety gear has skyrocketed to the top of the priority list.

In the NFL, concussions have been as common as fumbles and interceptions since the game's creation in the 1860s. Seau's battle with degenerative brain disease, allegedly caused by the multiple impacts he endured during his pro football career, led to his suicide.

This event brought the issue of concussions to the forefront of not only the NFL, but to every parent of a young athlete.

Now that we understand how much a concussion can affect a player—both long term and short term—sports gear companies like Riddell, have made major improvements in the way helmets are made.

Riddell has created a helmet called SpeedFlex that minimizes a vicious hit by diverting or diffusing the energy of an impact. The helmet also has sensors that can gather and relay data to the sideline after each impact, helping coaches and trainers understand the severity and next steps to take to protect the player.

As many as 30 football teams are testing this product and the helmets are expected to make their game day debut this fall.

Even football practices are becoming safer, at least in college. A new product called Guardian Caps (padding that fits over a football helmet) has some college football teams making them standard equipment.

The padded polyurethane fabric shells have been said to reduce head impacts by up to 33 percent in lab tests. They've now become so popular that as many as 35 states have at least one school football team using them.

Helmets have always been high priority in any sport involving wheels, and they are top sellers on gear sites like BikeBandit.com.

From motorcycles and dirt bike racing to NASCAR, safety gear is no longer nerdy—it's absolutely essential. Drivers of all kinds found this out when Dale Earnhardt, crashed into a wall during a race in 2001, suffering a basilar skull fracture that eventually killed him.

Safety experts immediately began rethinking driver protection. Thus, head restraints, padded walls and impact-cushioned vehicles were improved, so the sports involving wheels can continue.

Maryland man biking to Florida to propose to girlfriend murdered by homeless man

Kevin Adorno and his girlfriend 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A man was on the way to propose to his girlfriend when he was brutally stabbed and killed by a homeless man.

28-year-old Kevin Adorno, owner of Bevy Promotions & Media, was cycling from Maryland to Miami, Florida, to propose to his girlfriend.

During his trip, he stopped for a snack at a McDonald's. While he was on the phone with his girlfriend, he was stabbed to death by the homeless man.

Police officers found an engagement ring in Adorno's pocket when he was discovered outside the fast-food restaurant in Vero Beach, Florida, on Monday evening.

Adorno never met the homeless man and never spoke to him. He was on the phone when the homeless man suddenly stabbed him multiple times.

Police arrested 59-year-old Rene Herrera Cruz, who told police that he thought Adorno was plotting to kill him, authorities said.

15-year-old girl crashes car killing three of her boyfriends after going out for breakfast

The three victims 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A New York teen girl was involved in a devastating car crash, which left three boys dead.

Now, the 15-year-old girl may face criminal charges for the car accident that claimed the lives of three in Pennsylvania.

The 15-year-old girl, who was not identified, took her father's SUV without permission and took four friends to a restaurant for breakfast.

On the way back, the teen driver, who did not have a driver's license, allegedly sped down a rural road in Pennsylvania, and her truck overturned, authorities said.

Three teen boys, who were staying in Wallenpaupack Lake Estates, a collection of homes and cabins in northeastern Pennsylvania, died in the car accident.

The minimum age for driving in both states is 16.

The three 15-year-old deceased boys were identified as Cullen Keffer, Shamus Digney, and Ryan Lesher.

The driver and a 16-year-old female passenger survived. They were treated and released at a nearby hospital.

Teen kills man over being $1 short in drug deal

Daryl Martinez 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

(Scroll down for video) A man of New Mexico, was killed in a fight over $1, according to police in Albuquerque.

What started out as a relaxing night with friends and music, ended with a murder.

According to witnesses, three men and a couple of women were listening to music and were having a good time at an apartment complex in the 6100 block of Harper NE.

There, 28-year-old James Lucero, purchased heroin from 19-year-old Daryl Martinez. They made a deal and agreed on a price of $18 for the drugs.

However, the 19-year-old allegedly shot and killed Lucero, after accusing him of shortchanging him on the money.

Martinez accused Lucero of paying only $15 rather than the agreed upon $18. The two argued and Lucero gave Martinez all the money he had, which was $2.

Martinez was still angry about the remaining $1 he was owed, and shot and killed Lucero, police said.

Martinez was assumed to be armed and dangerous. Therefore, the Albuquerque Police Department Gang Unit, along with members of the United States Marshals Service SWIFT task force, joined efforts to locate him and take him into custody.

Martinez is held in the Metropolitan Detention Center on $250,000 bail, cash only.

DMV slapped with lawsuit after forcing boy to remove his makeup for his driver’s license photo

Chase Culpepper 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) A DMV was slapped with a lawsuit after employees forced a boy to remove his makeup before taking a photo for his driver’s license, according to court documents filed in South Carolina.

The Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund announced the filing of the federal lawsuit against the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, on behalf of 16-year-old Chase Culpepper.

Culpepper considers himself gender nonconforming.

Earlier this year, Culpepper of Anderson, was informed by officials that he could not misrepresent his identity despite claiming that he always wears makeup to work and school.

“That's how I look every day,” Culpepper said. “If a police officer wanted to recognize me, then I should look the same as my photo on the driver’s license,” he added.

Culpepper received his license after removing his makeup, but he felt mistreated by the DMV officials.

The lawsuit asks the court to declare that denying Chase’s freedom of wearing his daily makeup while taking the photo for his license constitutes sex discrimination, and violates his right to freedom of speech and expression set forth in the United States Constitution.

“It is not the role of the DMV or any government agency to decide how men and women should look. Chase should be able to get a driver's license without being subjected to sexual discrimination,” a spokesperson for the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund said.

Grandmother kills her grandson to engage in cannibalism to become a witch

Illustration 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A woman was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly killing her grandson in order to engage in cannibalism, police in Nigeria said.

The Niger State Police said that they arrested 55-year-old Fatima Saraka Mohammed, after being accused of conspiring with two men to kill her 9-year-old grandson.

According to the police investigation, Mohammed kidnapped her grandson, Mohammed Doko Mohammed, several days before killing him.

38-year-old Zhitsu Aliyu, and 65-year-old Amina Wusa Mohammed, are accused of helping the woman kill her grandson.

The three suspects have confessed to the crime. They told investigators that they consumed the boy in order to become witches.

The three suspects also said that they regretted their actions and blamed an evil spirit of forcing them to commit the crime.

Man seen crashing his car into lamppost while ogling scantily clad women on street (video)

Man crashes car into lamppost while looking at passing women 
By: Anika Rao

(Scroll down for video) A man accidentally crashed his car into a lamppost while ogling scantily clad women on street, according to a video uploaded to the Internet.

The incident unfolded in Archangel, Russia, where the two women were standing outside, wearing only underwear and stockings.

In order to ensure that passing motorists notice them, one of the women began walking slowly through the crosswalk. The second woman joined her in order to get a chance to attract a man.

One motorist who was impressed by what he saw, hit the brakes and then sent his car into reverse to get a closer look. While he was busy looking at the women his car continued in reverse until it crashed into the lamppost.

A passerby recorded the entire incident on video and uploaded it to a social media site where it went viral. The passerby had one message for the driver: “don’t think about looking at women and drive.”

18-year-old woman forced to marry a dog that brought a curse to a village (video)

 
By: Devansh Dutt

(Scroll down for video) A young woman of India, was forced by her village elders to marry a dog believed to have brought a curse on the area residents, a video uploaded to the Internet showed.

18-year-old Mangli Munda of Jharkhand, recently married the stray dog in order to avoid the curse that the village elders feared would cause the death of any man who married her.

The woman’s father, Sri Amnmunda, said that he didn’t want to fear the curse longer than necessary. "The village elders told us to organize the wedding as soon as we possibly can," he said.

"We had to make sure that the evil spell is destroyed," he added. At the wedding, Amnmunda dressed up the dog named "Sheru," and officially made it the groom of his daughter.

A traditional and elaborate Hindu wedding was held, even taking the couple to the ceremony in a limousine. Munda however, said that she is not happy with the marriage, and said that she had no choice.

Munda believes that the wedding is not legally binding and she will be allowed to marry a man whenever she finds Mr. Right.

2 judges in California censured after being caught having sex in court chambers

Judge Scott Steiner 
By: Hydar Tomar

Two judges in California were censured after they admitted to having sex in their court chambers.

Judge Scott Steiner of the Orange County Superior Court, was accused of a number of irregularities, including having sex with two women in his chambers.

One woman was his intern while the other woman was a practicing attorney. The judge was also accused of failing to excuse himself from a case involving a longtime friend.

"Engaging in sexual acts in the courthouse is the height of irresponsible and improper conduct of a judge," the commission that censured the judge wrote.

Steiner admitted to the irregularities and showed great remorse. The commission concluded that censure was proper rather than removal from the bench.

Kern County Superior Court Judge Cory Woodward was also accused of improper behavior.

According to the Commission documents, Woodward was repeatedly confronted about his sexual relationships in the workplace.

Woodward had an intimate relationship with a court clerk, a married woman whose husband and his coworkers had suspected that something was going on between her and the judge.

The two exchanged personal emails, and passed notes of a sexual nature during court proceedings. They also had sex in public places and in his chambers.

Woodward made an inappropriate sexual gesture toward the employee when he thought no one was looking during a session.

Woodward was also censured and not removed from the bench.

Man freaks out after finding live rodent inside hole of toilet paper roll

Rodent inside toilet paper roll 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

A man freaked out after noticing a live rodent in the hole of a toilet paper roll.

The young man of Austria, grabbed his camera, took pictures and uploaded them to the Internet.

The photos of the rodent resting inside the toilet paper roll quickly went viral on the Internet. The man bought the sealed package of toilet paper at his local supermarket.

The package was intact, but when he opened it he was surprised to hear a crunch, and realized that two rolls of toilet paper had been chewed and torn.

When he looked inside one of the rolls he found ​​a nest. Christoph Lechner said that the rodent seemed comfortable in the toilet paper roll and it refused to leave.

Lechner put the rodent in the garden of his home located in Feistritz am Wechsel, where he hopes it will build a new nest.


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