New women's dress attacks those who approach it aggressively (video)

Spider dress 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) Women can now walk around more relaxed with added protection against perverts or angry boyfriends by purchasing a new dress that attacks those who approach it aggressively.

Dutch fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht is using technology to keep unwanted people out of women’s personal space.

The new robotic dress called Spider, was created using 3D printing technology, and comes with an advanced Intel chip, sensors and LED lights.

Proximity sensors and breathing sensors embedded in the dress maintain control over the environment. The collected data is fed to a computer by the Intel chip.

If the sensors detect someone close and if the user's breathing begins to increase, the computer program orders the dress’ legs into attack mode.

The LED lights are also connected to the sensors, flashing a warning signal if a person comes on too strong.

“This piece of wearable technology features animatronic mechanical limbs that respond to external stimuli while defending the personal space of the wearer.

“The dress provides an extension of the wearer’s intuitions. It uses proximity sensors as well as a respiration sensor to both define and protect the personal space of the wearer.

“Approach the wearer to aggressively and the mechanical limbs move up to an attack position. Approach the system under calmer circumstance and the dress just might beckon you to come closer with smooth, suggestive gestures.

“3D printed sensor based animatronic/mechatronic dress enabled by the Intel Edison acts as the interface between the body and the external world using technology and the garment as a medium of interaction,” Wipprecht said.

Obese man slaps woman’s behind and forcefully touches her belly button ring

The suspect 
By: Chan Yuan

Police are looking to arrest a man on charges of indecent assault after allegedly slapping a woman’s behind while asking her for driving directions, police in Australia said.

Epping Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team detectives have released an image after the woman was indecently assaulted in Mill Park.

According to the police investigation, the 20-year-old Mill Park woman was walking along Blamey Avenue, when she noticed a silver Peugeot pulling up behind her.

The man asked the woman for directions to a local shopping center and she complied, walking over to the car and providing the details.

He asked the woman to show him on his mobile phone and as she pointed to it, he grabbed her hand and kissed it several times.

The woman pulled her hand away and the offender then grabbed her top and felt her belly button ring. He then attempted to lift her top and indecently assaulted her.

The woman again pulled away, and as she began to walk away, he slapped her on the bottom. Police have released the image of the man who they believe may be able to assist with their investigation.

The man is described as being 35 years old, obese and bald.

He had an extremely round face and brown eyes. The man was wearing a peach-colored shirt and black pants.

Elderly man kills his neighbor by running him over with car because his dog barked at him

Barking dog illustration 
By: Wayne Morin

An elderly man was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly killing his neighbor by running him over with his vehicle, police in Australia said.

Melbourne Police said that 69-year-old Joseph Drago, was charged with murder before the Supreme Court on Tuesday, after being accused of killing 63-year-old Tony Dockerty.

Drago was released from custody on $600,000 bail, and was ordered to house arrest with his wife. He is only allowed to leave his house with his wife to visit his elderly mother or for medical and legal appointments.

The court heard that Drago planned to kill his neighbor after having a dispute over a barking dog.

Investigators said that Drago planned to put a fake animal on the road outside his home so that his neighbor would veer off course and slam into one of the nearby trees.

However, Drago didn’t wait and confronted the victim with his car. Dockerty died after being hit by the car driven by Drago. Surveillance video taken from the scene showed how the two fought before Drago jumped into his car.

Dockerty ran up to Drago’s car and began hitting the passenger window before approaching the driver's side. He then stood in front of the car.

Drago hit the gas and ran him over. Dockerty died of his injuries.

Woman marries her 2 cats and receives marriage certificate

Barbarella Buchner with her cats 
By: Mahesh Sarin

A woman in the United Kingdom, said that after she fell in love with her two cats, she decided to marry them.

48-year-old Barbarella Buchner said that she married her two pets after breaking up with her boyfriend with whom she was together for seven years.

She said that she found solace in Lugosi and Spider, after she adopted them from an animal shelter. After some time, she fell in love with them and she decided to marry them.

After the wedding ceremony, the three of them went on a honeymoon to Lanzarote, Spain, and Buchner tattooed her cats’ initials on her leg.

She claims that no man could ever make her feel so happy and loved like her cats. The marriage was recognized with a certificate by a website that aims to get people to marry their pets.

Buchner now lives with her cats in London. The woman complained that her family thinks she is crazy, but she doesn’t care as long has her cats love her.

President of Turkey warns that using birth control is an act of treason

Birth control pills illustration 
By: Tanya Malhotra

Turkey is stepping up efforts to ban birth control from the country.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan described efforts to promote birth control as treason, saying that contraception will cause a generation to “dry up.”

Erdogan made the comments on Sunday, during the wedding of his close friend.

Erdogan told the newlyweds that birth control use was a betrayal of the country’s ambition to become a prosperous nation with a young and growing population.

Having just one or two children, is not enough, and to make the nation stronger, the country needs a young population, Erdogan said.

He also blamed enemies for trying to get the population on birth control in order to destroy the country.

Erdogan he recently said that every woman should have at least three children, and he also said that women are not equal to men.

Erdogan made proposals to limit the right to abortion, the morning after pill and cesarean sections.

Doctors fired after being caught taking selfies with patients during surgeries

Doctors pose for selfie 
By: Feng Qian

Several doctors lost their jobs after they were caught taking selfies with patients during surgeries, health officials in China said.

The doctors performed surgeries at a hospital in Shaanxi, when they were seen taking group photos with unconscious patients.

Several photos, which show doctors and nurses wearing scrubs while unconscious patients lay on the operating table in the operating room, were recently uploaded on social media sites.

On one of the photos, a man can be seen making a V-sign, while other doctors were bent over the patient. As a result, the Xi'an Bureau of Public Health fired three senior executives of the Fengcheng Hospital.

The other staff members seen in the photos have been reprimanded and they lost three months pay.

The hospital issued a public statement and an apology, explaining that the photos were taken to mark the last day in that particular operating room before it was closed for renovations.

Husband sets his wife’s bed on fire while she and her 3 children were asleep because she asked for a divorce (video)

Fire illustration 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) An angry husband set his wife’s bed on fire while she was asleep because she asked for a divorce, police in Michigan said.

Oakland County Police said that the 35-year-old woman and her three children managed to escape unharmed from the fire early Monday.

The incident unfolded in the 9400 block of Cherrywood. The woman’s 38-year-old husband was arrested. The woman told investigators at the scene that she was sleeping with her 10-year-old daughter when she smelled fire.

She woke up and realized that there was a fire in her closet and in a nearby utility room.

The fire was extinguished by the woman and her three children, aged 17, 15, and 10, by using pots filled with water from the kitchen sink.

One child had to kick the laundry room door open in order to extinguish the fire. She told police that she and her husband are in the middle of a divorce.

He was angry with her and he started the fire in retaliation for her not talking to him. Fire investigators determined that the fire was the result of arson.

The husband was booked into the Oakland County Jail.

Mother leaver her 2-year-old daughter on the street in overturned carriage overnight (video)

Stacey Nikkel 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A mother was arrested, charged and convicted of willful cruelty to a child after leaving her daughter in an overturned baby carriage on the street, prosecutors in California said.

Now, the woman of Tehachapi, was sentenced at the Kern County Superior Court to serve two years in prison.

She was also stripped of her parental rights to the child. 34-year-old Stacey Nikkel was convicted by a jury of one count of willful cruelty to a child.

She served about six months in jail awaiting trial and received six months credit for good behavior. If she continues to work and maintain her good behavior, she will be released from state prison in about five months.

According to the police investigation, Nikkel left her 2-year-old daughter alone in a field. The child was found in an overturned carriage by a woman who was on her way to church.

Nikkel tested positive at the time of a mixture of drugs and alcohol. Nikkel’s daughter is under the care of foster parents.

Angry husband rapes his wife and fatally stabs her boyfriend in front of her children

Lovers illustration 
By: Mahesh Sarin

An angry husband was arrested on charges of murder after allegedly fatally stabbing his wife’s boyfriend, prosecutors in California said.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that the man of Carson, was charged with fatally stabbing the boyfriend of his estranged wife in front of her two young children.

Deputy District Attorney Brian Soo-Hoo said that 29-year-old Guillermo Hector Diaz, faces one count each of murder, attempted murder, first-degree residential burglary and forcible rape and two counts each of resisting executive officer and dissuading a witness from reporting a crime.

According to the police investigation, Diaz is accused of entering his estranged wife’s apartment through a window and after being confronted by her and her boyfriend, he stabbed the man several times with a pocketknife in front of his wife’s 6-year-old girl and 4-year-old boy.

When his estranged wife attempted to stop him, Diaz then allegedly tried to break her neck. The defendant also prevented both his estranged wife and her daughter from calling police during the attack.

Additionally, two months before the fatal attack, Diaz is accused of raping his estranged wife during an argument. If convicted as charged, the defendant faces a possible sentence of life in state prison.

Convicted murderer caught sexually assaulting 5-year-old girl while babysitting her at his home

Young child playing with toy illustration 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A babysitter was arrested, charged and convicted of sexual assault after being caught sexually assaulting a young girl, prosecutors in New York said.

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., announced that 47-year-old Norberto Torres, was sentenced to serve 25 years in state prison and 25 years of post-release supervision for sexually assaulting the 5-year-old girl while in his care.

Torres pleaded guilty in New York Supreme Court to one count each of Criminal Sexual Act, Attempted Criminal Sexual Act, and Sexual Abuse, all in the First Degrees.

“Norberto Torres committed despicable acts against a defenseless little girl, who was entrusted to his care,” said District Attorney Vance.

“Now, thanks in large part to the bravery of the victim and her family in coming forward, he will serve many years in prison,” Vance said.

According to the police investigation, Torres was entrusted with the caring for the 5-year-old girl from the afternoon through the next morning.

During that time, Torres sexually assaulted the child, who disclosed the abuse to her mother soon after Torres returned her to her custody.

At the time of the sexual assault, Torres was on parole for murdering a nun, Sister Virginia Thomann, in a shelter in the Bronx.

Delta Air Lines employee caught smuggling hundreds of illegal guns on commercial flights (video)

Delta Air Lines plane illustration 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) A group of weapons traffickers were arrested after smuggling hundreds of illegal guns on Delta flights, prosecutors in New York said.

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced that four men have been charged in two separate indictments for allegedly conspiring to sell 153 firearms, almost all of which were purchased in Georgia and destined for the streets of Brooklyn.

In a devastating breach of security, a former Delta Air Lines employee allegedly carried backpacks and carry-on baggage full of guns and ammunition on commercial flights from Atlanta to New York on nearly 20 occasions.

A current Delta ramp agent has been charged by federal prosecutors in Georgia, with helping to get the weapons on the planes for a fee.

Police arrested Mark Henry, 45, of 535 East 79th Street, in Canarsie, Brooklyn, and 1987 Tiffany Lane, of Jonesboro, Georgia; Ernest Leneau, 54, of 632 East 94th Street, in Canarsie, Brooklyn; Adrian Alleyne, 24, of 9029 Farragut Road, in Canarsie, Brooklyn; and Grayling Smith, 51, of 1608 Prospect Place, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and 4339 Persian Court, in Snellville, Georgia.

All of the defendants, except for Smith, have been arraigned. Henry was ordered held without bail; Leneau was ordered held on $1.5 million bond or $750,000 cash; Alleyne was ordered held on $250,000 bond or $150,000 cash.

Smith is awaiting extradition from Georgia.

The District Attorney said that the indictments are the result of a long-term investigation conducted by the NYPD and the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, during which time the defendants conspired to sell weapons purchased in Georgia to an NYPD undercover detective in Brooklyn.

The weapons ranged from compact AR-15 and AK-47 assault weapons to 9mm handguns and Glock pistols. Approximately 153 guns were recovered during the investigation.

Mark Henry made 17 trips between New York airports and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, in Atlanta, Georgia.

It is alleged that he purchased most of the guns through a website, purchasing between 10 and 20 guns at a time, picking them up from sellers in and around Atlanta, Georgia, and then flying to New York with them on the plane.

Defendant Ernest Leneau then allegedly took the guns and sold them to an undercover detective.

During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Henry, whose mother is a retired Delta employee, traveled back and forth between Georgia and New York, for a nominal fee by using his mother’s employee privileges, which allowed him to take unlimited flights for life.

Additionally, Henry worked for Delta as a ramp agent.

It is alleged that Henry was able to carry the guns onto the planes with the assistance of Eugene Harvey, 31, a current Delta ramp agent, who unlike Henry, is not required to go through security at the airport in Atlanta.

Once Henry cleared security, he met up with Harvey inside the airport, who then allegedly gave him back the guns in exchange for cash.

Harvey of 4635 Greenspring Road, in College Park, Georgia, was arrested in Georgia and arraigned on a federal complaint in the Northern District of Georgia yesterday.

He was ordered held on $25,000 bail.

It is further alleged that defendant Adrian Alleyne purchased guns from Leneau and sold them to an undercover detective, and that defendant Grayling Smith supplied two firearms to Leneau, who later sold them to a different undercover detective.

At the time of Henry’s arrest, 16 firearms were recovered from a backpack inside of his Canarsie home, including four 9mm pistols and one .380 caliber pistol, as well as quantities of ammunition and magazines.

It is alleged that Henry transported those weapons from Atlanta to New York aboard a Delta Air Lines flight that morning.

The four defendants in the Brooklyn case are charged in a 591-count indictment with various offenses including conspiracy, manufacture, transport, disposition and defacement of weapons and dangerous instruments and appliances, first-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a B felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison; first-degree criminal sale of a firearm, a B felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison; second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a C felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison; and criminal possession of a firearm, an E felony punishable by up to 4 years in prison.

Henry and Leneau are additionally charged in a separate 46-count indictment with first and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, third-degree criminal sale of a firearm, and criminal possession of a firearm.

Inmate who escaped from prison caught after driving drunk with prostitute

Brian Bo Larsen 
By: Chan Yuan

A prison inmate drove drunk with a prostitute before being returned to his cell, police in Denmark said.

Odense Police said that they caught 40-year-old Brian Bo Larsen, who escaped from prison 22 times, on Monday morning.

Larsen was arrested on the island of Funen, after suffering from hallucinations and crashing a stolen car. Larsen was traveling in the stolen vehicle and accompanied by the prostitute.

The prostitute, who was not identified, told police that Larsen began to hallucinate before crashing the car through a fence and hitting trees.

Larsen then left the vehicle and began fighting imaginary people. A passerby who witnessed the strange scene, called the police.

When police arrived Larsen was gone, leaving the prostitute behind. Police dogs soon located the inmate. He was wearing a brown wig at the time of his arrest.

Police are preparing to file additional charges against Larsen, and he was sent back to the Vridsloselille Prison, where he is serving a seven year sentence for armed robbery.

Woman removed from United Airlines flight and arrested for wanting to change her seat

United Airlines plane illustration 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A woman missed her ski trip and spent three days in jail after asking flight attendants to change her seat.

Jennifer McLogan of Long Island, New York, said that she was treated like a criminal and was removed from a flight just because she wanted to change seats.

McLogan, 68, spent three days in jail for women as the courts were closed over the weekend. Three police officers boarded the United Airlines flight and dragged the woman out of the plane, ripping her pants.

Mamakos of Huntington, was charged with trespassing after she asked to change seats so that she can sleep during her flight to Alaska.

Mamakos and her ski club where changing planes in Seattle, Washington, and people around her were making a lot of noise.

Mamakos said that this was the third leg of a long journey across the country, and had hoped to sleep.

She found a quiet and empty seat and sat down. However, a flight attendant informed her that she cannot sit there as it was an emergency exit.

After returning to her seat, police came on board and took her away in handcuffs.

A United Airlines spokesperson said that “federal law requires pre-flight briefings for anyone seated in emergency rows, and added that balance and weight safety regulations prevent onboard seat changes.”

Mamakos admits that she resisted arrest because she had paid thousands of dollars for the round trip flight. She claims that hostile flight attendants overreacted when she tried to take an empty seat before takeoff.

Mamakos, who lost a lot of money as she missed her trip, is suing United Airlines for $5 million.

Man wakes up moments before being set on fire as part of a funeral ritual (video)

Deepak Singh (center) 
By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) A man woke up during his own funeral moments before being set on fire by his family.

The “dead” grandfather came back to life moments before his family set him on fire on a funeral pyre in India.

Deepak Singh, 72, collapsed at his home in the city of Bhilwada, Rajasthan, in front of his horrified family after he went to feed their cows.

The man’s grandson, Banda Nalwa, 26, said that the family called a doctor, who confirmed that the old man was dead.

The family prepared the funeral pyre and began singing loudly according to their traditions. The loud noise caused the old man to wake up.

In accordance with the Hindu religion, the family began to prepare the pyre, which is a heap of combustible material especially one for burning a corpse, as part of the funeral ceremony.

Then the Singh family gathered around him and began their death wail, which is the usual goodbye ritual to a loved one.

“As the noise of the wailing became louder I suddenly saw my grandfather move. At first, I thought it was my imagination, but he then opened his eyes,” Nalwa said.

Realizing his mistake, Nalwa and his uncle Gulshan, 56, quickly helped their grandfather get up from the pyre.

Nalwa said that they are grateful that they had not set him on fire before he opened his eyes.

Police officer arrested for beating sleeping hospital patient and falsely arresting him for assault

Michael R. Lewelling 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A police officer in California, who also worked as a security guard at a hospital, was arrested on a host of charges.

The sheriff of San Francisco, is accused of assaulting a patient while he was asleep at the San Francisco General Hospital.

He then lied about the incident.

Michael R. Lewelling, 33, filed a police report, alleging that the victim had assaulted him with a wooden stick.

The victim was reportedly arrested and charged with a felony and a misdemeanor for assaulting the officer.

However, surveillance footage from the hospital showed that Lewelling actually assaulted the victim while he was sleeping.

District Attorney George Gascon said that the surveillance video showed “the victim hunched over in a chair while sleeping in the Emergency Room’s waiting area, awaiting a doctor’s appointment later that day.

Deputy Lewelling approached the victim and appeared to engage the man in a conversation at which point the victim slowly stood up, using a cane for assistance. Once standing, he attempted to take a step towards the exit.

“While the victim was attempting to walk away, the defendant grabbed the back of his collar, pulling him back into the seat and knocking his cane away. The victim never raised his cane in a threatening manner. A few seconds later, he appeared to grab the victim’s throat and began to choke him. The battery continued, and the victim was then placed under arrest,” police said.

After reviewing the surveillance footage, prosecutors issued a warrant against Lewelling. He was arrested and he faces charges including perjury, filing a false police report, filing a false instrument and assault under the color of authority and battery.

Lewelling was released from prison after posting bail of $138,000.

Wisconsin man arrested after being caught performing sex acts on horse

Jared Kreft 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested after police said that he performed sex acts on a horse.

The man of Wisconsin, faces charges of bestiality after being found with petroleum jelly and was having sex with the horse.

30-year-old Jared Kreft was arrested on Wednesday, after deputies in Marathon County responded to a call about strange happenings in a barn in Wausau.

When officers arrived, they saw Kreft near the horse, wearing a face mask, black jacket and blue pants with holes cut in the areas of the crotch and buttocks.

The suspect also had a marijuana pipe and a jar of Vaseline in his possession, according to court documents.

Police said that Kreft admitted that he had been performing a sex act on the horse in the stable, which occurred after he watched videos of adults engaging in sex acts with horses.

Marathon County District Attorney Kyle Mayo said that the case was unlike any he has seen before.

Kreft was charged with sexual gratification with an animal sex organ, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana as a repeat offender and bail jumping, according to court records.

He remains in the Marathon County Jail on $2,000 bail.

Rats eat newborn baby’s face while mother is out partying

Mouse illustration 
By: Feng Qian

A mother left her two children home alone while she was out partying.

The 23-year-old mother of Thokoza, South Africa, left home for drinks, leaving her eight-day-old baby and her two-year-old child home alone.

Sadly, while she was gone, rats got hold of the baby and feasted on the baby’s mouth, ears and hands.

Constable Patrick Mashiane said that the woman was arrested for child neglect and the baby girl was taken to the Natalspruit Hospital in Vosloorus.

The woman was reportedly under a lot of stress after the baby’s father left her. The woman told other partygoers that she wanted to relieve stress.

“She was drinking non stop. When I asked about her children, she told me to leave her alone,” a neighbor of the mother said.

According to the neighbor, this was not the first time that she had left the children alone to go drinking. “I always warned her not to leave her children, but she would not listen,” she said.

When the mother returned home, she found her baby crying and called an ambulance.

Female police officer caught stealing jewelry and selling it to pawn shop

Stolen jewelry illustration  
By: Chan Yuan

A female police officer was arrested after surveillance video showed her selling stolen jewelry to a pawn shop.

The Staten Island police officer was arrested after she stole and pawned jewelry belonging to the mother of her boyfriend, authorities said.

29-year-old Stacey Staniland faces charges including burglary, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property.

She is accused of taking necklaces and bracelets from a home on Egbert Avenue in Port Richmond. The home belongs to the mother of her boyfriend.

She then sold the stolen items for an undisclosed amount of cash at an Elm Park pawn shop. The pawn shop said that the officer showed her driver’s license when they bought the items from her.

Staniland was arrested on Thursday, and later released on her own recognizance, authorities said. The officer was suspended pending the outcome of the judicial process, officials said.

According to records, Officer Staniland earns $48,364 a year, and has been with the police department since 2007.

Circus owner in trouble for painting dogs to look and act like show pandas

Dogs that look like pandas illustration 
By: Wayne Morin

People who paid to see small pandas and take photos with them, were fooled.

The owner of a circus in Italy, has been charged with using false documents after it was discovered that two pandas in his show were dogs.

The male and female dogs had been painted black and white to look like pandas.

A spokesperson for the Forestry Corps, which is responsible for crimes related to animals, said that members of the public were asked to pay to have their photos taken with fake pandas. “It happened regularly before the show,” the spokesperson said.

The circus was visiting Brescia, near Milan, when the scheme was discovered.

Police recruited a veterinarian, forest rangers and investigators, who raided the circus and took possession of the two dogs.

The dogs were found in good health, but its eyes were watery. Investigators said that this may be due to the paint and countless flashes from cameras.

The dogs were reportedly imported from Hungary, and had fake pet passports, showing them to be six months old.

The owner of Orfei Circus, is facing a host of charges including animal cruelty.

Police officer in uniform rapes young woman at gunpoint on his cop car

Stephen Maiorino 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A police officer was arrested for forcing himself on a woman at gunpoint.

The officer of Florida, was arrested for raping the 20-year-old woman at gunpoint on his official vehicle, police said.

Official Stephen Maiorino, 35, is accused of demanding sex from the victim under threat of arrest and holding her against the hood of his car while he sexually assaulted her.

The eight-year veteran of the Boynton Beach Police, who once starred in an episode of TruTV “Most Shocking,” reportedly met his victim after the driver of a car, in which she was a passenger, was arrested for DUI.

Maiorino was called to pick up the woman and take her to the police station. Maiorino is accused of grabbing the woman’s wrist and told her to perform a sex act on him to avoid arrest for DUI even though she had not done anything wrong.

The woman told investigators she complied out of fear, according to the affidavit.

He drove the woman to a secluded area in a field, and ordered the woman to undress before he pinned her to the hood of his police car with his right hand and allegedly held a gun in his left hand.

The woman said that Maiorino then pointed the gun at her, and threatened to kill her and her family if she told anyone about the assault, according to the affidavit.

Police received a complaint six hours later, and began investigating the complaint the next morning with the help of the woman.

Investigators found a condom wrapper and the condom allegedly used by Maiorino in the secluded area where the sexual assault took place.

Police also searched the radio communications and found 54 minutes elapsed between the time Maiorino picked up the woman and when he dropped her off despite the fact that the woman was stranded just 20 blocks from the station.

Maiorino did not speak with investigators, but consented to a DNA sample and handed in his clothing to police, according to the police report.

Initial tests indicate that the DNA found in the condom, and Maiorino’s underwear matches the DNA on the woman, according to police.

Maiorino, who is reportedly a married man, surrendered to police. He was arrested and was fired from his job.