Company sells fake doctor notes to workers who want to get sick leave

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By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) Workers who want to get an extra day off from work, can now purchase fake doctors notes in order to get sick leave. is selling custom doctors’ notes so you can stay out of school, work or meeting.

The company offers a money back guarantee if the note does not work.

According to the company, people who did not feel like heading to work, got their doctor notes and managed to stay home for the day.

One man revealed that he was able to skip work to attend his daughter's birthday party thanks to the fake doctor note provided by the company for just $18. promises more than 30 false medical excuses for about $18.

The website offers a wide variety of notes by general practitioners, dentists, obstetricians, gynecologists and oncologists.

Customers who provide a credit or debit card, have access to more than 30 different medical excuses within minutes.

All they have to do is type in their names in the blank spaces provided and fill in any other information, including address and physician's name, slap on a messy signature and get themselves out of work.

Priest's 15-year-old son beheads 11-year-old girl after being promised $250

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By: Feng Qian

The son of a priest was arrested on a charge of murder after allegedly beheading a teenage girl in exchange for cash, police in Nigeria said.

Delta State police said that they have arrested 15-year-old Silas Anidi, after being accused of killing 11-year-old Aghogho Igbi, who was watching television in her home.

Anidi was also accused of stabbing Igbi’s 1-year-old sister identified as Favour. Luckily, Favour survived the attack. Anidi was charged with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder.

Anidi is the son of the General Overseer of the God Pecu­liar Evangelical Ministry.

According to the police investigation, a cult leader in Ghana, contacted Anidi, and offered him $250 in exchange for the dead body of a teenage girl.

He also promised him to relocate to Ghana. Anidi chose Igbi, as she was often left home alone. On Saturday, Anidi visited his victim's house when the two sisters were home alone watching television.

While Igbi was watching television, Anidi approached her from behind and beheaded her. He then tried to stab her sister, but she managed to scream and attract the neighbors.

They immediately called the police and Anidi was arrested.

Thief vomits on bank customer before offering to clean his clothes and stealing his cash from pocket

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By: Chan Yuan

Police are looking to arrest a thief on a charge of theft after tricking a bank customer into handing over his clothes before stealing his cash, police in the United Arab Emirates said.

The Abu Dhabi Police Department said that on Sunday, a man withdrew DH 10,000 ($2,722) from an ATM before being robbed by a thief who vomited on his clothes and offered to clean them.

According to the police investigation, after the man walked out of the bank, the thief vomited on his clothes. He then offered to clean the victim’s clothes.

The victim handed over the clothes and while the thief was cleaning them, he emptied the pockets and fled from the scene.

In another incident, a thief stopped a driver and alerted him to an oil leak. The thief then offered to fix the leak before the victim stepped out of the car.

While the victim was distracted, the thief stole valuables from the car and fled from the scene. So far, no arrests have been made.

Workers stab one another after fight breaks out over cleanliness of restaurant

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By: Wayne Morin

Three restaurant employees injured one another after a brawl broke out about during an argument about the cleanliness of the facility, police in the United Arab Emirates said.

Now, the 29-year-old employee identified as N.M. of Dubai, was sentenced to serve six months in jail after being convicted of attempted murder.

The two other restaurant employees, identified as 35-year-old M.A. and 36-year-old S.A., were allowed to walk free after agreeing to drop the complaints against each other.

According to the police investigation, S.A. and M.A. were at the restaurant talking about their colleague N.M. behind his back, saying that the facility was very dirty.

N.M. arrived at the restaurant and overheard his colleagues talking about him. He became angry and went to the kitchen to grab a large knife.

M.A. tried to calm him down and grabbed the knife from his hand, injuring himself in the process. N.M. then chased and stabbed S.A. in the neck and abdomen.

Customers and passersby who heard the commotion, managed to break up the fight, and the police were called. Paramedics who arrived at the scene, took all three men to a nearby hospital, where they were treated and released.

Man named Law caught smoking marijuana after parking his car in police only spot

Ryan M. Law 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested on a charge of marijuana possession after allegedly being caught with marijuana while being parked in a police only spot, police in New York said.

Gansevoort police said that they have arrested 22-year-old Ryan M. Law, after being accused of smoking marijuana outside a courthouse.

Law was charged with one count of marijuana possession. He was booked into jail and released on his own recognizance.

According to the police investigation, Law parked his car outside the Clifton Park Town Court, before lighting up a marijuana joint.

A police officer who wanted to park in Law’s spot, walked up to him and ordered him to move his car as he was parked in a police only spot.

That is when the officer noticed that Law was smoking pot in his car. Police found 30 grams of marijuana in the car.

Woman bites store employee’s thumb because he stopped her from stealing panties

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By: Tanya Malhotra

A woman was arrested on a charge of theft after allegedly trying to steal panties from T. J. Maxx before biting the thumb of a store employee, police in New York said.

Rutland police said that they have arrested 33-year-old Candace M. Alberti, after she was caught walking out of the T.J. Maxx without paying for items.

Alberti was charged with one count of theft and one count of assault. If convicted, Alberti faces up to one and a half years in prison and a fine of up to $1,500.

According to the police investigation, on Monday, T.J. Maxx loss prevention officer Richard Durham, 46, detained Alberti after he realized that she took items from the shelves and did not pay for them.

In response, Alberti kicked him and slapped his glasses from his face. She also bit his left thumb after Durham tried to grab the stolen merchandise.

Two women intervened, and detained the woman until police arrived. The suspect tried to steal $21.50 worth of panties, police said.

Woman put on sex offender registry for posting photos of her boyfriend’s teenage lover online

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By: Feng Qian

A woman became angry after she found another woman’s panties under her bed.

Lorena Donoghue of the United Kingdom, checked her boyfriend's phone, and found intimate messages and photos of her 37-year-old boyfriend and his 18-year-old lover.

As revenge, she posted the nude photos of the woman on Facebook. She also sent the photos to the lover’s mother and boyfriend.

Donoghue said that she regrets her actions and warned other women not to do the same thing after she was placed on the sex offender registry by the Falkirk Sheriff Court.

Donoghue, 32, said that she was devastated when she found a pair of women's panties and an adult toy under the bed of her boyfriend Willie Crawford.

Donoghue gave birth to his daughter only six weeks before she discovered the affair. She realized that her boyfriend was seeing his lover while she was pregnant.

The mother of three children was then horrified to find graphic images and videos of her 37-year-old boyfriend having sex with his 18-year-old lover.

She sent about six of the intimate photos to her friends in Facebook private messages. She also sent the pictures to the mother and the boyfriend of the girl with the message: “Here's your girlfriend.”

Prosecutor Graham McLachlan said that the 6 photos showed the girl without clothes and engaging in sexual activity with the Donoghue’s boyfriend.

Donoghue pleaded guilty to contravention of the ­Telecommunications Act by sending indecent or obscene photos by means of a public electronic communications network.

She was ordered to register as a sex offender and was placed on probation for 15 months. She was also ordered to complete 120 hours of community service.

Man who hid in restaurant until closing time eats 6 geese and 3 ducks along with a gallon of pickles

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By: Chan Yuan

A man was arrested on a charge of theft after remaining in a restaurant after closing time and eating like a king, police in the Czech Republic said.

Prague police said that they have arrested the 48-year-old man, who was not identified, after helping himself to geese, ducks, pickles and cake.

He was charged with one count of theft. If convicted, he faces up to two years in prison.

According to the police investigation, on Sunday night, the suspect locked himself in the toilet of the restaurant located on Mezibranska Street, until employees locked up the place.

Once everyone was out of the restaurant, the thief came out of the bathroom and helped himself to the food. The man ate six geese, three ducks, a jar of pickles, goose fat and liver, poppy seeds and butter.

He also drank several bottles of wine and other beverages along with strawberry cake. When the cleaning crew arrived at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, they called the police and the suspect was arrested.

He caused CZK 20,000 ($820) in damages.

Man punches judge in the face because he didn’t like her ruling

Justice Miriam Walsh 
By: Wayne Morin

A judge was rushed to a hospital after being punched in the face several times by a man who didn’t like her ruling, police in Ireland said.

Justice Miriam Walsh of Dublin, suffered severe injuries to her face after it took time for court officers to stop the vicious attack by the man who testified in court.

The suspect, who was not identified, also assaulted a court registrar who tried to protect the judge. The court registrar was also taken to a hospital for treatment.

The judge was taken on a stretcher by ambulance to a nearby hospital, where she was treated and released. She did not suffer life-threatening injuries.

Walsh presides over a family court at Dolphin's House in Temple Bar. The judge suffered a broken nose and several lacerations on her face.

The suspect was arrested at the scene and charged with assault.

Police officer responding to fatal collision finds his wife dead at the scene

Wayne and Teresa Browder 
By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) A police officer who was dispatched to a fatal car crash, was shocked to find his wife deceased.

The officer was responding to the scene of a crash on Lewis Road in South Carolina, when he discovered that his wife was the victim.

45-year-old Teresa Browder was killed when another vehicle crashed into her vehicle in Sumter County. She was on her way to meet her husband, who was very close to the crash site.

Browder, who was driving an SUV around 9:00 a.m. and had her seatbelt on at the time of the incident, died of blunt force trauma to the head.

Her husband, Wayne Browder, was the deputy who responded to the fatal collision. He had no idea that his wife was involved in the car crash.

Lance Cpl. David Jones of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, said that a 26-year-old man crossed the centerline of Lewis Road while traveling north. He struck Browder, who was headed south.

He also struck another vehicle, whose occupant was taken to a hospital.

Browder worked as a nurse at the Clarendon Memorial Hospital for 25 years. She left behind her husband and three daughters, who are 12, 14, and 18 years old.

Woman vows never to help anyone again after being arrested for shooting shoplifter

Tatiana Duva-Rodriguez 
By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A woman believed that she was being a good Samaritan by shooting a thief.

46-year-old Tatiana Duva-Rodriguez of Michigan, heard a commotion in the parking lot of a Home Depot store.

Duva-Rodriguez told the court that she saw two men running from the store and thought that some serious crime had taken place. Duva-Rodriguez grabbed her licensed 9mm firearm and fired several shots.

She did not hit the suspects, but she did shoot at the getaway vehicle as they drove away from the store’s parking lot in Auburn Hills.

The thieves got away but Duva-Rodriguez was arrested. She was charged with one count of reckless use, handling or discharge of a firearm.

She pleaded no contest and she was sentenced to 18 months probation. Her permit to carry a concealed weapon was revoked until at least 2023.

After sentencing, the 46-year-old said: “I tried to help, and I learned my lesson that I will never help anybody again.”

They thieves whose car was shot at by Duva-Rodriguez, were later arrested. They were identified as Anthony Harris, 46, and Lloyd Wenn, 52.

The men were charged with retail fraud for allegedly stealing a nail gun and welder, which is worth hundreds of dollars. They allegedly traded the items for about $60 worth of crack cocaine.

Doctors open clinic to help people recover from hangover after night of drinking

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By: Feng Qian

People in Australia, cannot drink without worrying about the effects it will have the next morning.

Doctors created the first hangover help clinic, which is located in Sydney, to treat terrible headaches the morning after drinking heavily.

"We've had a lot of people saying, I cannot recover like I used to,” said Max Petro of the Hangover Clinic. Doctors evaluate each patient before treatment.

The clinic has lounges, where people can relax on comfortable couches while they get their treatment, which consist of an intravenous drip (IV) and multiple vitamin.

Prices start at $140 for the simple treatment. $200 buys a one-hour treatment, including two liters of IV, oxygen therapy and vitamins.

There is also a VIP lounge for group recovery if a group of friends want to spend time recovering from hangovers together.

Critics fear that the service could encourage excessive drinking as people will get depended on the clinic to stop the hangover faster.

Mr. Petro reassured people by saying that they do not serve alcohol and they are there to ensure that people can go about their day safely without the hangover headache.

Teenager without clothes goes swimming with stolen chicken

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By: Chan Yuan

A teenager was at a hotel when he jumped into a swimming pool together with a chicken.

Police in Bavaria, Germany, received a call on Tuesday afternoon, after a 19-year-old man plunged into the hotel’s swimming pool, which was covered for the winter.

The teen was naked and attempted to go for a swim while holding the chicken.

A hotel manager in Bodenmais, alerted police around 4:30 p.m., saying that a naked man had jumped into the outdoor swimming pool with a chicken in his arms.

“The man was not in the pool for long,” a spokesman for the Bavaria police said. “The hotel manager saw him as soon as he jumped in.”

The outdoor pool was covered, but the man broke the cover when he jumped in, causing extensive damage, according to police.

After the jump, the naked man ran down the street with the chicken in tow. He eventually abandoned the chicken as he continued running.

The teen was stopped by patrol officers. The man resisted arrest with violence, police said. After his arrest, the chicken was found unharmed at the side of the road.

Police alerted the owner of the chicken, who came to pick up the bird and returned it to his pen.

The man is facing charges of theft, criminal damage, trespass and resisting a police officer.

Pickpocketer returns to rescue his victim after he fell onto the train tracks while sleepwalking

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By: Wayne Morin

(Scroll down for video) Police in France, released a video, showing a thief robbing a man before saving his life.

Paris Metro released the video, showing the victim sleeping on a bench at the train station before being robbed.

When the thief spotted the sleeping man on the bench, he sat down next to him and then stole his belongings before fleeing the scene.

A short time later, the victim stood up and began sleepwalking. He stumbled toward the edge of the platform. Another man watched as the victim fell onto the tracks, but he did nothing to help him.

The witness watched as the victim stumbled and he just walked away, leaving the victim for the dead.

A train arrived at the station and stopped close the where the victim was. In an unlikely turn of events, it was the pickpocketer who rushed back to the scene to help his victim.

Emmanuelle Oster, the chief of investigations for Paris transportation, was surprised at the turn of events.

“He knows he is a thief, and that makes him a bad guy, but he isn’t as bad as to let this guy get electrocuted on the tracks,” Oster said.

“There’s a philosophical lesson to be learned here. Inside every thief there is a human being, and in every innocent bystander there could be a bad guy,” Oster added after seeing the bystander walking away without helping the victim.

Police officer who raided wrong home shoots homeowner and kills his dog before shooting his partner

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By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) Police are investigating a bizarre shooting incident, which left a homeowner injured and his dog killed.

Police in Georgia, said that officers raided the wrong house and
shot the family dog when it confronted them.

They then mistakenly shot the owner inside his own house while believing that he was an intruder.

During the incident, one officer also turned the gun on his partner and shot him, leaving him in critical condition.

The bizarre incident took place about 7:40 p.m. in Dekalb, when three officers responded to a report of a suspicious person outside a house, but they were not given a street address.

The police officers went to the house that matched the description given to them by a 911 caller.

The officers approached the residence and tried to make contact with the occupants, but nobody answered, a police spokesperson said.

Chris and Leah McKinley and their young children, were watching a movie while sitting on the couch.

The officers then decided to go to the back of the house, where they found an open door. They remained convinced that an intruder was inside.

The officers entered the house through the open door, leading into the kitchen and announced their presence. However, the residents on the couch did not hear them.

“Upon entering the residence, officers found a dog. Two officers fired their weapons, striking and killing the animal in the kitchen,” the spokesperson said.

After hearing shots in his kitchen, Chris McKinley went to investigate. It was then that he was shot in the leg by the police officers.

During the confusion, one officer shot his partner in the leg, causing severe injuries. The officer was taken to the hospital in critical condition after losing a lot of blood.

The three officers involved in the incident are now on paid leave while the investigation is ongoing.

Married father of three girls uses Facebook and Instagram to locate good-looking women to steal their underwear

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By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) A creepy thief was arrested after he tracked college students on their social media accounts and robbed them, police in California said.

Police said that 44-year-old Arturo Galvan, used social networks to track college-age women so he could steal personal items from their homes, including their bras and panties.

Galvan, who is a married father of three preteen girls, was arrested after being accused accused of robbing at least six homes.

Officers said that Galvan, tracked his victims on social networks. He then obtained the GPS coordinates embedded in their photos on Instagram and Facebook, to find out where they lived and when they were not home.

Galvan then went to the homes and stole their personal belongings, such as bras and panties, framed pictures of the women, jewelry and their laptops.

Police said that in some cases, the victims were home at the time of the crime.

Police recovered items belonging to at least 24 victims, and they believe there may be more. Galvan is now facing charges of burglary, peeping and prowling.

Prostitute agrees to lock her baby in hotel bathroom while having sex with client

Ciara M. Steffen 
By: Feng Qian

A mother was arrested after she took her baby to a hotel room to meet a man for sex.

25-year-old Ciara M. Steffen of New York, brought her daughter along “to work” to have sex with a man.

It turns out that her client was an undercover police officer, conducting a prostitution sting.

Amherst Police said that Steffen, arrived at a hotel with her baby in tow after telling the “client” that she did not find a babysitter.

Steffen told the man that she had to bring along her 14-month-old daughter and she will lock the child in the bathroom during their encounter, police said.

The young mother did not take it well when the client revealed that he was actually a police officer. Steffen was arrested after a brief struggle, police said.

She is being held in the Erie County Jail. She faces charges of child endangerment and prostitution.

3 teachers get sick after eating marijuana brownies left in school lounge

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By: Mahesh Sarin

(Scroll down for video) Police are looking to arrest the person responsible for leaving a pan of marijuana brownies at a teacher’s lounge in school after three teacher became ill, police in Michigan said.

Highland Township police said that incident unfolded at the Spring Mills Elementary school after dismissal on Tuesday.

At least one teacher became ill and was sent to a hospital.

Another two teachers felt ill, but did not go to a hospital because they did not eat as much brownies.

The teacher who checked herself into a hospital, told investigators that she was surprised to find the brownies in the school lounge.

Investigators tested the brownies, and they returned positive for marijuana. Besides the three teachers, nobody else ate the brownies.

Live worms found crawling in food at school

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By: Tanya Malhotra

(Scroll down for video) Children and parents freaked out after live worms were found crawling in food at school, officials in Florida said.

The principal of the Killarney Elementary School in Winter Park, said that he ordered an inspection after a child found a dead worm in his food.

During the inspection, exterminators found live worms crawling in uncooked rice.

Orange County Public Schools officials said that as a result of the findings, all the schools in the district discarded their rice in order to ensure that the incident won’t repeat itself.

Investigators believe that the rice became infested while it was with the vendor as the worms were discovered less than 24 hours after delivery.

Drunk man calls police to unlock car before driving off in front of officers

Sunil Nair 
By: Feng Qian

A drunk man was arrested on a charge of drunk driving after allegedly calling police to unlock his car and driving off in front of officers, police in Florida said.

Vero Beach police said that they have arrested 22-year-old Sunil Nair, after being accused of driving under influence of alcohol in front of police officers.

Nair was charged with one count of driving under the influence and was booked into jail. According to the police investigation, on Sunday around 2:00 a.m., Nair called police to say that he was locked out of his car.

Police officers arrived at the scene and found Nair outside his locked vehicle with the engine running. He smelled of alcohol and stumbled.

The police opened the car and shut off the engine. Nair told the officers that he was drinking in a bar that he had too much alcohol.

He promised that he was not going to drive to his home. A few minutes later, he returned and got into his car while police were still at the scene.

Nair drove to a nearby McDonald’s and police followed him from behind. When Nair tried to pay the McDonald’s worker with his driver's license, police arrested him on suspicion of drunk driving.

Police asked Nair to perform a sobriety test before being arrested on a charge of driving under the influence. A test showed that Nair’s blood alcohol content level was at 0.17, which is more than twice the legal limit.