(Scroll down for video) A young boy of Finland, who managed to hack into Instagram and delete other people’s messages, received a $10,000 reward from Facebook.
10-year-old Jani of Helsinki, who is too young to have an Instagram or Facebook account, managed to delete user comments without logging into an account.
Jani figured out a way to enter code in the comments section and gaining access to the servers that control the comments.
Jani said that he was even able to delete Justin Bieber's comments.
After an official of Facebook wrote a test comment on Instagram and the boy managed to delete it, he was rewarded $10,000.
A spokesperson for Facebook said that the fault was resolved after the boy brought it to the attention of the company.
The boy was able to delete comments as the server failed to check if the person removing the comment was the same user who posted it.
The boy's father revealed that Jani and his twin brother have discovered security flaws in the past, none of which were as significant as his latest discovery.
The $10,000 prize is a part of a bounty program, offering attractive rewards to hackers and researchers who find bugs or failures in digital infrastructure, including Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.
Jani is the youngest person to receive a cash reward from Facebook.
(Scroll down for video) A young boy of Finland, who managed to hack into Instagram and delete other people’s messages, received a $10,000 reward from Facebook.
A man who became extremely angry with his roommate for stealing his toothbrush, decided to kill him, police in Ghana said.
Accra police arrested 26-year-old Marvelous Okere, after being accused of killing 27-year-old Sunday Orga, during a fight over his missing toothbrush.
Okere was charged with one count of murder. He was booked into jail, and was denied bail. According to the police investigation, Okere and Orga lived in the same home on Beach Drive Road for several years.
On Saturday, a fight broke out between the two roommates after Okere’s toothbrush went missing. Okere accused his roommate of stealing his toothbrush.
Orga got angry and slapped his roommate in the face, In response, Okere grabbed a piece of glass and stabbed Orga.
Orga was rushed to the LEKMA Hospital, where he died due to blood loss.
|Justus Booze and his daughter|
(Scroll down for video) A young man died after getting caught in a wood chipper during his first day of a new job, police in New York said.
23-year-old Justus Booze of Guilderland, died while working for the Countryside Tree Care company.
According to the police investigation, Booze was cutting several trees in front of 215 Placid Drive, when he got caught in the wood chipper.
Booze was pronounced dead at the scene. Booze, father of a girl, was engaged to Kristen Warner.
“A young man so full of laughter and joy has suddenly passed away. Justus was a ray of sunshine, and always did whatever he could to help anyone in need. His passing has left us all deeply shocked and saddened,” Booze’s friends wrote on GoFundMe.
|Rebecca Musarra being arrested|
(Scroll down for video) A woman filed a lawsuit against the police after being arrested for remaining silent, according to court documents in New Jersey.
Rebecca Musarra, who is a lawyer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, said that the police officers involved in her arrest violated her basic civil rights.
According to the lawsuit, at least three police officers insisted that her refusal to answer questions was a criminal act.
Attorneys for the police department asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit, saying that the officers acted in good faith and without fraud or malice.
Officer Matthew Stazzone pulled over Musarra, accusing her of speeding. He was quickly joined by another officer, Demetric Gosa.
Stazzone approached the vehicle on the passenger side and asked Musarra for her license, registration and insurance. The officer then asked her if she knew why she was stopped.
She did not respond. After asking her several more times, Stazzone warned her with arrest for not answering. Stazzone then ordered her out of the vehicle.
Musarra then asked them is she was being arrested for remaining silent, and they said “yes.” Stazzone then told her that she had the right to remain silent and placed her in the police car.
She was taken to a police station and released without charge.
Four police cars crash into one another after one officer failed to notice that his three colleagues stopped at a traffic light
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(Scroll down for video) Police in California, launched an investigation after a police officer rammed his car into a police cruiser in front of him, police in California said.
The Bakersfield Police Department said that the incident unfolded on Wednesday around 8:00 a.m. as four police officers traveled in separate vehicles on Highway 46 near Interstate 5.
As the first three police officers stopped for a red light, the fourth officer did not notice that the others had stopped. He then rammed the patrol car in front of him, prompting a chain reaction that resulted in damage to all four patrol cars.
Three cars suffered major damage while the fourth had minimal cosmetic damage. A spokesperson for the police department said that the four officers were on their way to a training course.
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(Scroll down for video) Police in Nevada, launched an investigation after tourists complained that a teen urinated on them while he was riding on a zip line.
Visitors at an attraction in Las Vegas, said that they were soaked unexpectedly by falling liquid, which turned out to be the urine from a 15-year-old boy riding on a zip line over their heads.
The incident unfolded at the Fremont Street Experience on Wednesday. Officials of the attraction, said that the teen urinated while traveling on the SlotZilla.
The manager of the Fremont Street Experience, said that the parents of the teen apologized for the incident. It is still unclear whether the boy intentionally urinated on the tourists or if it was just an accident.
So far, no charges have been filed.
|Attorney Linda Hadad|
(Scroll down for video) A lawyer lost her license to practice law after admitting to having sexual relationships with clients and using drugs, the Florida Bar Association said.
Attorney Linda Hadad, 42, of Volusia County, admitted to using cocaine, crack, ecstasy, marijuana, methamphetamine, Xanax, Adderall, oxycodone and Lortab without a valid prescription.
She also admitted to using her credit card to rent a vehicle for a man who paid her with prescription pills and crack. Hadad used her attorney privileges to gain access to inmates Steven Sullivan and 25-year-old Brandon Carson.
During a phone call, Carson spoke about kissing her during her next visit. Hadad told Carson that she cannot wait to touch his manhood, and promised to bring along her adult toy.
Hadad held sexually graphic conversations with Sullivan. Hadad was arrested four times, for driving without a license fleeing police and driving under the influence.
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(Scroll down for video) A man of Arizona, who bought a Ford Mustang at auction, was shocked to find a stash of marijuana hidden inside the front bumper.
John Caswell, who is the owner and operator of the Caswell Auto Body shop in Phoenix, said that the man who dropped off the vehicle for repairs routinely buys used cars at auctions and sells them for profit.
Phoenix police said that the marijuana was hidden in almost every square inch of the 2013 Ford Mustang. It was held together with duct tape, and was only discovered when the body shop worker removed the bumper.
The owner of the car paid $13,000 for the Mustang at auction.
He has received a full refund. Phoenix police took possession of the Mustang. So far, no arrests have been made.
|Tavoris A. Grant|
A man was arrested on a charge of voyeurism after allegedly standing outside a woman’s window and pleasuring himself to her, police in Florida said.
Orange County police arrested 23-year-old Tavoris A. Grant, after being accused of sticking out his tongue to the woman and pleasuring himself at her window.
Grant has been charged with voyeurism, exposure of a sexual organ and attempted burglary of an occupied dwelling.
According to the police investigation, Grant tried to enter her apartment before pleasuring himself in front of her window on Tuesday night.
The victim told investigators that she found Grant trying to remove the screen from her window and told him to leave, but he refused.
Grant told her he wanted her several times, exposing his genitals and was sticking his tongue out to her. When he finished pleasuring himself, he just walked away.
Two days later, Grant was chased into an apartment unit after people caught him peeking into another apartment.
The three occupants of the apartment were arrested and taken for a lineup, and the victim was able to point to Grant as the culprit.
A DHL worker was arrested on a charge of conspiracy to commit theft after being accused of stealing tires from a company and selling them on eBay, police in the United Kingdom said.
Now, 55-year-old Mark Claxton of Carlisle, has been sentenced to probation after being convicted of stealing tires from the Pirelli Tyres company and selling the merchandise on eBay.
His partner in crime, 58-year-old Graham Wait, who worked for the R Drummond Carriers transportation company, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison, which was suspended for two years, along with 200 hours of unpaid work.
He was also ordered to pay 1,500 pounds ($2,170).
According to the police investigation, Claxton who was employed by DHL at Pirelli Tyres, conspired with the truck driver from R Drummond Carriers, Wait, to steal tires and transport them to Scotland, and sell them on eBay.
Claxton who had been employed by DHL for 14 years, teamed up with the delivery driver who regularly collected orders from Pirelli, to transport the stolen tires to Scotland in order from them to be sold via eBay, and the profits were split between them.
The conspiracy came to light when the head of security for Pirelli, was made aware that tires were being sold on eBay at a far cheaper rate than the recommended retail price.
They carried out a test purchase for tires and identified them as stock stolen from the factory in Carlisle.
A man was arrested on a charge of robbery after robbing a mourning mother who was visiting her son’s grave, police in the United Kingdom said.
Now, 33-year-old Karl Willson of Bishops Stortford, has been sentenced to serve 18 months in prison after being convicted of robbery.
The St. Albans Crown Court heard that the mother was left so shocked and traumatized by Willson's cruel robbery, in which he snatched her handbag as she tended to her son's grave, that she now can only go there if accompanied by someone else.
The court also heard that the 65-year-old woman’s son had died some years earlier, and she would go to the cemetery to tend his grave.
During her last visit, Willson was walking away from the town center, and after entering the cemetery, spotted her. He had been taking drugs and wanted to get money for another fix.
He then went up to the woman and snatched her handbag. Following a scuffle, he managed to run off with the bag, which contained her car keys and her house keys.
As a result, the woman had to have her house locks changed.
Last year, Willson was jailed for 25 months for different offenses and is still serving his sentence. The 18-month prison sentence will only start at the end of the current sentence he is serving for an unrelated crime.
|Officer Jeff Hull removing light globe from deer|
(Scroll down for video) A government employee who spotted a deer in distress, managed to help it by removing a light globe that was stuck on its head, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation said.
On Tuesday around 9:45 a.m., Environmental Conservation Officer (ECO) Jeff Hull received a call reporting that a deer in Centereach, had managed to get its head stuck inside a light globe.
The deer had been standing in one spot in the woods since the previous night. Upon arrival, Hull spotted the deer about 20 yards from the road of a housing development.
Hull approached the deer, but on his first attempt, the wet globe slipped out of his hands and the deer ran into a nearby tree, causing it to fall.
On his second attempt, Hull flung his coat over the globe, bear hugging it with both arms as the deer kicked and struggled to break free.
The deer managed to slip out of the globe and ran off into the woods. Hull was left with a great feeling and a few bruises.
|Egor Sosin with Anastasia Novikova-Sosina|
The son of a billionaire was arrested after killing his mother in a hotel room.
19-year-old Egor Sosin of Russia, is accused of killing his mother, Anastasia Novikova-Sosina, 44.
According to her friend, Novikova-Sosina took her son to the hotel because she was worried about his drug use.
Sadly, her plan backfired as she was killed by her son while he was high on drugs, according to police.
Novikova-Sosina, whose former husband is construction mogul Igor Sosin, was strangled to death with the wire of a cellphone charger in the hotel in Kazan.
Staff members at the five star Korston Hotel, found the bloody body of Novikova-Sosina.
Egor Sosin was also in the room. He claimed that he killed his mother after she gave him some pills and she tried to persuade him to have sex with her.
Sosin said that he refused to be intimate with her and he then beat the “devil out of her.”
A college student was so drunk that she got into a truck and told police she thought she was in her own vehicle and didn’t realize it was a truck.
The teenager of Ohio, got into the catering truck that had been left running while the owner was inside a nearby building making a delivery.
When he came outside, his truck was gone. He called police to report the truck stolen.
Officers soon pulled over 19-year-old Monique Vanderhulst, who is a student at the Bowling Green State University.
Police said that Vanderhulst went on a wild ride before finally being stopped. She is accused of hitting at least one vehicle, running over a curb and driving erratically, causing the contents of the truck to fly all over the place.
Deputy police chief of Bowling Green, Maj. Justin White, said that Vanderhulst showed signs of “heavy alcohol consumption.”
Vanderhulst, who allegedly admitted that she had been drinking alcohol, was carrying a fake Illinois identification card, stating that she was 21 years old.
The suspect told officers that she thought the vehicle was her own car and she did not realize it was a truck.
Vanderhulst was taken to the Wood County Jail after she refused to take a breathalyzer test.
She was charged with receiving stolen property, drunk driving, giving false information to the police and alcohol consumption by minors.
|The 15 men under arrest|
A teenager died in a horrific act of violence with the permission of her family.
Police in Pakistan, arrested 15 members of a tribal council who were accused of ordering the death of the woman by burning her alive.
The 16-year-old girl was burned in an honor killing in Donga Gali, near Islamabad, after she was accused of helping a neighbor elope with her lover.
Police said that the honor killing was ordered as punishment for what the council considered “irreparable damage to the reputation of the town.”
Since the couple managed to escape, the anger was geared toward the 16 year old.
Police chief Saeed Wazir said that the mother and brother of the girl were also arrested as they were present during the meeting and agreed with the cruel punishment.
The girl received an injection with some drugs before she was placed inside the van in which the couple had escaped. Her hands were tied to the seats before the van was doused with gasoline and set on fire, burning the girl alive, Wazir said.
(Scroll down for video) A teacher is facing disciplinary action after she allowed a young girl to go home early.
7-year-old Rosabella Dahu of Texas, was supposed to stay in school to attend an after school program.
However, the child did not want to stay so she wrote a note, asking the teacher to allow her to board the bus so she can go home early.
In the note, the second grader wrote to Ms. Reigs: “I want Rosabella to go too dus (sic) 131 today.”
Shockingly, despite it being obvious that the note was written by the child and the word bus was misspelled, a staff member at the school excused Rosabella.
She boarded the school bus and went home. However, nobody was home. Neighbors who saw the girl waiting outside her home, took her in and called her father.
The father, Charlie Dahu, removed his daughter from the Sheldon Elementary in Houston, despite their promise to take disciplinary action against the teacher.
(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested after being seen on surveillance video pouring rat poison on food at several supermarkets and retailers, police in Michigan said.
The Michigan departments of Agriculture and Rural Development and Health and Human Services are cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on an investigation involving intentional food contamination at retail grocery stores in Ann Arbor.
Thanks to citizen tips, the suspect was apprehended by the Ann Arbor Police Department.
During interrogation, the suspect admitted to intentionally contaminating salad bars and produce sections of at least three grocery stores in the greater Ann Arbor area – Whole Foods, Meijer, Inc. and Plum Market – at least twice in the last month.
The suspect claims to have sprayed the food with a mixture of a commercial rat poison, alcohol-based hand-sanitizer and water.
Samples have been sent for further laboratory analysis to determine the concentration.
The chemicals found in this mixture are a form of anti-coagulant, similar to what is found in medicines that have an anti-clotting function.
Based on the known ingredients in the mixture at this time, the department does not anticipate any adverse health effects on individuals who may have ingested potentially contaminated products.
The stores involved have been contacted and additional samples have been collected by law enforcement for further testing.
Food inspectors are in the stores, conducting follow-up assessments of the potentially affected locations.
Out of an abundance of caution and to protect public health and food safety, consumers were asked to dispose of any foods purchased from salad bars, olive bars and ready-to-eat hot and cold food areas from these stores over the last two months.
Although most of these types of foods may have already been eaten or disposed of, some may still be in refrigerators or freezers.
Based on the FBI investigation, there is the potential that other stores in Michigan may also have been targeted.
These stores include Busch's, Cupcake Station, Family Fare, Kroger, Meijer, Millers Mini Mart, Plum Market, Target, Tsai Grocery, Walmart, and Whole Foods.
While the risk for adverse health effects appears to be low, more investigation is being done to determine what level of exposure may have occurred.
Lesbian woman accused Con Ed of pulling job offer because she posted picture of naked woman on Instagram
A woman filed a lawsuit against the Consolidated Edison energy company of New York, after they allegedly pulled a job offer because she posted a nude photo of a woman on Instagram.
26-year-old Samantha Chirichella of Long Island, claims that Con Ed offered her a job with a $70,000 a year salary before learning that she was a lesbian.
Con Ed claims that she was fired after finding a pornographic photo of a woman on her Instagram account.
Chirichella claims in her lawsuit filed in Manhattan civil court that she accepted the $70,000 a year job as an investigator in the legal department.
Chirichella passed a background check and had excellent references from previous employers.
Chirichella told the court that the photo is no more sexually explicit than recognized pieces of fine artwork of Da Vinci, Titian, or Michelangelo, and less explicit than the photos published in Sports Illustrated.
Chirichella believes that what bothered Con Ed was the comments below the image, in which she revealed that she is a lesbian.
She is demanding unspecified damages.
Man topples 126-year-old statue of 16th century king while trying to take selfie causing it to break into pieces
|Statue of King Dom Sebastiao|
A man was arrested on a charge of criminal damage after allegedly toppling a 126-year-old statue of a 16th century king, police in Portugal said.
Lisbon police arrested the man, who was not identified, after trying to take a selfie with the statue of King Dom Sebastiao, causing it to fall and break into pieces.
He was charged with one count of criminal damage.
According to the police investigation, the suspect was at the Rossio Railway Station around 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, when he decided to climb onto the pedestal of the statue in order to take a selfie.
However, the statue could not carry the man’s weight, and it toppled. The statue fell to the ground and broke into pieces.
The suspect tried to flee from the scene, but police officers chased after him and he was arrested.
|Mother breastfeeding deer and child|
A group of women in India, revealed that they regularly breastfeed deer along with their children because the animals are like family.
The group of women live in Rajasthan, and belong to the Bishnoi tribe.
They were taught that they must protect animals and nature.
The people of the Bishnoi community, a religious group that worships nature, live alongside forests and deserted areas, and often grow up playing with all kinds of animals.
21-year-old Roshini Bishnoi said that she has grown up with these small deer all her life. They are like her brothers or sisters.
She feels like it is her responsibility to keep them healthy and help them grow. 24-year-old Jeevan Ram Bishnoi added that they do not see the deer as animals rather they feel very much like family.
Jeevan Ram Bishnoi revealed that her parents never differentiated between a deer and their baby. The Bishnoi community consists of about 2,000 homes.
They religiously obey 29 rules suggested by their Guru. One is the protection and love for animals and nature.
Recently, several women of the tribe allowed photographers to take pictures of them breastfeeding deer along with their children.
|Dead baby covered with white blanket|
Police are looking to arrest the killer of a newborn baby who was thrown out of a moving car, police in Mexico said.
La Posta police urged anyone with information about the 1-week-old baby who was born without legs, to come forward.
According to the police investigation, the incident unfolded around 11:00 p.m. on Friday. Residents saw a car traveling down a dark road before someone threw the baby out of the car.
At first, witnesses thought that it was garbage, but when they came closer, they realized that it was a newborn baby.
Paramedics who arrived at the scene, confirmed that the 1-week-old baby was dead. The baby’s umbilical cord was still attached.
The baby died as a result of being thrown from the car. Residents covered the baby with a white blanket and lit candles around the child.
So far, no arrests have been made.
A man was arrested on a charge of sexual activity with a child under 16 after being accused of keeping young girls as his sex slaves and to sell his marijuana, police in the United Kingdom said.
Now, 27-year-old Paul Davis of Essex, has been sentenced to serve 3 years and 9 months in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of sexual activity with a child under 16 and supply of cannabis.
The Chelmsford Crown Court was told that Davis was arrested after one of the girls he kept as his sex slave was caught at a music festival in possession of marijuana.
When the girl was questioned by police, she revealed that Davis was having sex with her and sent her to sell his marijuana at the music festival.
Prosecutors told the court that Davis not only sexually assaulted the 15-year-old girls, but put their lives in danger by using them to sell his marijuana to drug addicts.