Everybody thinks that cannibals just eat human meat straight up. But not so in the case of Brazilian cannibal trio Jorge Beltrao Negromontem, Elizabeth Pires da Silveira, and Bruna da Silva, who put their cannibal culinary skills to the test by turning their human sacrifices into pastries. The three, who were arrested last week in the Brazilian town of Guaranhuns, allegedly attracted their victims by offering them well-paying babysitting jobs. They then murdered their three victims after “a spirit warned them they were bad people.”
The whole cannibalism thing was apparently a way for the trio to “purify their souls.” Buuuuuuuut they may have also used their victims’ bodies to make some extra money by using their “meat” to make empanadas that they sold around their neighborhood. Gross and horrific. [Telegraph UK]
Meet Jessica Schnaider, a woman profiled in The New York Times’ Style section this weekend. Jessica, 41, wanted to lose weight for her wedding, but instead of doing the typical thing that most brides-to-be do — hire a trainer, go on a diet — to make their perfect wedding dress a reality, she went for a more, oh, extreme solution.
Jessica decided to put herself on a feeding tube.
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This past weekend, celebs gathered to watch the new Paul McCartney video, “My Valentine,” hosted by Sir Paul and his daughter Stella. This being Hollywood, practically everybody turned out in designer duds (mostly made by Stella herself), but some carried the look off better than others. Who shone and who totally stunk it up? Click through to find out.
When you’re a baby, everything seems exciting and new. Take this baby lemur, who just discovered that he could climb a rope. How awesome is that? Pretty great — and also a little bit scary, right? [HolyCuteness]
Last night Leelee Sobieski (who is, like, Helen Hunt Jr.) attended the premiere of her new TV show “NYC 22″ at the The Paley Center For Medi. In it, Sobieski plays a rookie cop and Iraq war veteran battling it out on the streets of New York. But here, she looks all statuesque and stuff, in this gorgeous cream and navy gown with scalloped pattern and unique tie-dye effect. Love it. What do you think?