Rhonda Washington and her husband agree on one thing: She stabbed him during a fight.
However, they can’t agree on whether it was because she was mad that he was high on PCP (her story) or that she didn’t like a post on his Facebook page (his allegation).
Regardless of who’s right, Washington, 33, of Bryan, Texas, was arrested Thursday morning on a felony charge after police said she stabbed her husband with a knife,The Eagle reported. Read more …
If you love marijuana, you generally feel quite strongly about the apparatus with which you smoke it. For one man, that might have been a little too much.
Brandon Chviek, 20, was arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend after she broke his beloved bong. He has been charged with domestic battery and strangulation, aggravated assault and possession of drug paraphernalia. Read more…
It’s a sign of the times in South Auckland, New Zealand, where local prostitutes are being accused of destroying street signs by using them for pole dancing routines designed to attract customers.
In the last 18 months, more than 40 poles have been bent, buckled or broken in the past 18 months and the signs, which include notices of parking restrictions, cost taxpayers thousands of dollars to replace.
Elected officials such as Donna Lee say the culprits are local prostitutes who use them like stripper poles in a dance club.
“The poles are part of their soliciting equipment and they often snap them,” she told The Telegraph. ”Some of the prostitutes are big, strong people.” Read more …
Dear Russian Bear Patrol Officer Vladilen Kavriy Who Sings Lullabies To Polar Bears,
First of all, can we talk about how rad it is that your job title is “Bear Patrol Officer”? Does it say that on your business cards? Do you have anyone to give business cards to in places where polar bears live? Anyway, I thought being a blogger was cool, but your job sounds way better.
Second of all, I think I’m in love with you. Keep reading »
Hi. Confession time. I have a strange little obsession with Pica, a disorder which causes a person to crave and eat inedible substances. I’ve been trying to understand it since Pysch 101. It’s been linked to iron deficiencies, neurological problems or chemical imbalances but it can also just be an acquired taste. So basically anything can cause you to wake up one morning and start craving roadkill like this pregnant woman. WHAT? FRIGHTENING. We’ve seen and heard about quite a few people with this disorder thanks to TLC’s “My Strange Addiction.” There have been toilet paper eaters, couch cushion munchers and bathroom cleaner lickers. But the latest Pican (please indulge me and let me tell you about yet another) to share her story is 45-year-old Virginia woman Teresa Widener who has a fondness for chomping on rocks. Keep reading »
Laura Ann DeCrescenzo, a former Scientologist who left the church in 2004, has filed a lawsuit against the Church of Scientology for allegedly forcing her to have an abortion when she was a teen. According to Radar Online, DeCrescenzo was recruited to the religion in New Mexico at age nine and moved away from her family to work for the Church in Los Angeles as a member of the Sea Org at age 12 . Her education apparently did not progress past the 7th grade while working at the church, contrary to what Scientologists had promised her family when she moved away from them. She married at age 16 and then at age 17, she became pregnant; she claims the church did not want her to have a child because they wanted get get more labor out of her. DeCrescenzo’s lawsuit alleges the church threatened to fire her from her job, kick her out of her home, and break her apart from her husband if she didn’t terminate the pregnancy. Additionally, DeCrescenzo’s lawsuit accused the religion of false imprisonment, as the Church of Scientology reportedly restricted her access to TV, Internet, and the telephone, and opened and read all of her mail. Keep reading »