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  • According to police, Wal-Mart employees discovered photographs of a man Monday – dressed in a woman’s camisole, fishnet stalkings and nothing in between.

    At least 9 photographs of the mostly-nude man were left on shelves in the cosmetic department and the windshields of various cars in the parking lot. Loss prevention employees were able to use surveillance video images to determine the suspect’s vehicle.

  • An agitated Russian man aroused the suspicion of Polish officers whilst he endeavoured to cross the border by car into Kaliningrad.

    To the officials’ surprise, it turned out that the man was carrying two antique watches, one of which was emblazoned with swastikas and other Nazi insignia.

    The watches were confiscated, as it is illegal to export pre-1945 antiques from Poland without a permit.

    The Hitler pocket watch, made by the firm Junghans, still functions as a timepiece, and it has now been handed to the Warsaw seat of the Museum of the History of Poland.

  • Tara Lyons, 38, was arrested and charged with assault and battery and burglary after she climbed over the counter at an Oakland Park Burger King and started throwing breakfast sandwiches and condiments at employees.

    On March 2, Lyons was allegedly upset over a breakfast sandwich she spent $1.06 for in the drive thru, Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives said Monday.

  • Woman seeking tall, brown-haired, blue-eyed man with smaller than average nose and a strong jaw. According to a new dating website set to launch this month, FindYourFaceMate.com thinks that’s what I should be looking for in a mate. They apparently discovered what we all want in a partner: someone who looks like we do. I’m not so sure I’d make a handsome man, but “scientific evidence” says facial resemblance in couples is a phenomenon that can lead to a lifetime of happiness.

    The website will be powered by facial recognition software and will compare faces in nine different points, then users can narrow down their matches based on values and personal style. At first I thought this was just some gimmick the new dating site was using to stand out, but now I’m wondering if this isn’t a site determined to keep relationships within the same race.

  • Lent in the Christian tradition is a time of sacrifice and penance. It also is a period of purification and enlightenment. Pain purifies. It atones for sin and cleanses the soul. Or at least that’s the idea. Theological questions aside, can self-inflicted pain really alleviate the guilt associated with immoral acts? A new study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, explores the psychological consequences of experiencing bodily pain.
  • This is from the first test of the Geminoid. The first hint of a smile triggers immediate response. The people laughing in the background are the designers, who at this point have worked on the robot for months, and here see it operated for the first time.
  • The founder of the hipster American Apparel clothing line held a teen worker captive and forced her to perform sex acts, she charges in an explosive suit.

    Irene Morales, now 20, is seeking $260 million in damages from her famed former boss, Dov Charney, 42, for enduring eight anguished months of forced sex, according to a suit filed in Brooklyn Supreme Court.

    She says in court papers that in April 2008, when she was 18, Charney invited her to his Manhattan pad, opened the door wearing only his briefs and “forced her to go down on her knees just inside the front door and perform fellatio upon him.”

    He then threw her on the bed and made her repeat the same sex act, “nearly suffocating her in the process,” the suit says.

    “She was then, to all intents and purposes, held prisoner in the apartment for several hours and forced to perform additional sexual acts,” the suit says.

  • President Obama signed an executive order Monday that will create a formal system of indefinite detention for those held at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, who continue to pose a significant threat to national security. The administration also said it will start new military commission trials for detainees there.
  • “I don’t know the exact number of people involved,” James Evans said. “I’ve heard as many as 28 or more.”

    The case has sharply divided the community, according to CNN affiliate KHOU, which reported the girl was 11 years old.

  • David Davis, 20, was getting his hair done in a Stamford apartment this afternoon when the attack occurred. Davis, pictured in the above mug shot, was arrested for felony assault. He is currently jailed in lieu of $5000 bond.
  • Californian fishermen and harbour chiefs were puzzled after millions of dead anchovies were found floating in a marina just south of Los Angeles on Tuesday.
  • less than 10 seconds, a man who steps into flowing corn can sink up to his chest, becoming immobilized, said Robert Aherin, agriculture safety leader in the department of agricultural engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Within another 10 seconds, he’ll be completely submerged and unable to breathe, essentially drowned in corn.
  • At about 9:45 p.m., witnesses say it turned ugly. During a program intermission, a fight erupted between two crews, quickly spiraling into a full-scale brawl in the hotel atrium. Witnesses said that between 20 and 60 people were involved in the altercation. Punches were thrown. Bottles were broken. Tables were flipped.
  • A wild street brawl captured on video (and gone viral online) has resulted in the arrest of three female assailants and Delaware cops are confident that additional busts will follow.

    As seen in the below video (which contains profanities), a verbal dispute turned violent when two Dover residents were attacked by a swarm of neighbors who punched and stomped the victims in front of their East Reed Street home.

  • Frankenstein’s creation of a living being became a key image of modern science’s quest to unlock the secrets of life itself. But, in 1854, an experiment far stranger than anything in Mary Shelley’s novel took place when a New England clergyman married science and spiritualism in an attempt to build nothing less than a god. Robert Damon Schneck set out to discover why… and what happened to the metal deity.
  • We just obtained a copy of the complaint (below) that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) made against him — and they don’t even allege that he made a copy of anything! Just that he ran what they call a “linking website” which linked to various sites with copyrighted material. Under that sort of thinking, everyone who’s sent around a link to a copyrighted YouTube video is a criminal.
  • And yet, that is just the case made in the ebook deal HarperCollins is offering to libraries. HarperCollins has informed libraries that henceforth, ebooks will be sold on the condition that they can only be circulated 26 times before they self-destruct. HarperCollins argues that this reflects the usage characteristics of the print editions that HarperCollins has sold to libraries for literally centuries. That is, HarperCollins argues that once one of its print books lands on the shelves of a local library, it will only survive for 26 checkouts before it has to be discarded because it is in such an unreadable state.

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