Meet Theresa Tumbleson.
According to investigators, Tumbleson and her pooch yesterday entered a Lane Bryant store in Toms River around 1 PM. The dog, cops report, proceeded to urinate on the garments, causing more than $2000 in damages.
After the dog soiled the clothing, store personnel asked Tumbleson to leave the business. But she “became belligerent and refused,” prompting workers to dial 911.
As officers arrived at Lane Bryant, Tumbleson sped away in her Chevrolet Malibu, eventually running several red lights while being pursued by police. Due to the wet roadway and a fear that the pursuit could imperil others, cops discontinued the chase of Tumbleson, who is pictured above.
In addition to charges stemming from the Lane Bryant incident, Tumbleson will face counts for eluding police and obstruction when she is apprehended. Bail has already been set at $30,000 for the latter charges.
The incident occurred in a vehicle that was parked outside Springfield, Oregon city jail on Sunday night. Police say the couple, Kelli M. Knutson, 24, and Logan P. Jackson, 33, had attended a nearby strip club, then retreated to their car to have sex.
Passing motorists reportedly slowed down to watch the shameless couple in action. Police said so many people stopped to watch that it caused a traffic jam.
That’s when officers were called to the scene. Cops say they found the couple “actively engaged” in the car, which was rocking back and forth.
“It ended soon after [officers] knocked on the window,” Springfield Police Sergeant Rich Charboneau told KVAL. “They were very cooperative.”
According to the station:
The couple told officers they were too “caught up in the moment” to realize their activity had caused a line of traffic outside the Springfield Jail.
The couple were arrested on charges of indecent exposure and disorderly conduct. Charboneau said normally they’d have just been told to move along, but police were forced to act because someone complained about the traffic.
Jackson was removed from the car and escorted to the very jail he was parked outside. His companion was transported to Lane County Jail.
An online company specializing in custom-printed condoms said lingerie designer Britta Uschkamp won its Tattoo Condom Design Contest with a “feminist” pattern.
Graphic Armor announced the Paris-based designer, known for designing lingerie based around scarves and ribbons, won more than 10,000 votes on the company’s website to best 163 competitors with her floral-based design.
The contest asked designers to create the first “condom tattoos,” prophylactics with custom “tattoos” printed on the latex.
Uschkamp said her design, dubbed “Fleurs-2-Bite,” is a “visual of male flirting behaviors, such as giving flowers and compliments, as a pretext for sex.”
“Look closely and behind every flower, you can see the symbol of male power in the design,” she said.
She said the pattern came from a lingerie design she shelved years ago because it was too costly.
“The condom contest was simply great timing,” she said, “as it is a clin d’oeil [wink] to the feminist concept of the print, and offers me an opportunity to finally market this beautiful, cheeky design.”
The FDA-approved condoms bearing Uschkamp’s winning design are available on Graphic Armor’s website.
A headmaster who appeared to be caught giving oral sex to a female maths teacher during school threatened students with legal action after a video of the clip went viral.
And the embarrassed headteacher first threatened to sue students who uploaded a clip of the pair onto social media and then denied it was real after the clip went viral.
‘We heard the noises and knew someone was having sex in there,’ said one 19-year-old student at the high school in Maribor, Slovenia.
‘But we thought it would be other students. We couldn’t believe it when we saw our maths teacher and headmaster.’
Married father-of-two Mr Kamenik still claims the video is fake, and says he has reported the clip to police, according to Slovenske Novice.
‘The man in the video is not me, it has been photoshopped,’ he said.
‘I also spoke to my wife. Can these fools even begin to imagine what damage they have caused by doing this?!
‘As for the maths teacher, she is a very good teacher and has had many positive things said about her.’
Students dismissed his threats, however, adding that they are willing to put up the rest of the footage – which they say shows clearly who is involved – if necessary.
‘We can put up more to prove it but I don’t think anyone really doubts us,’ said one student on social media.
A man threatened to kill staff at Tesco in Bar Hill – and brandished a photograph of a gun.
Officers were called to the giant supermarket off the A14 after staff told operators in the force control room that a man was threatening to kill them and showing them an image of a firearm.
The late-night incident happened at the Tesco Extra in Viking Way, which opens for 24 hours on Wednesdays.
Police were called by staff at 1.30am on November 12.
Cambridgeshire police then dispatched officers to the store where they arrested a man on suspicion of making threats to kill.
A force spokeswoman said: “A 34-year-old man from Cambridge was arrested on November 12 on suspicion of making threats to kill. He was released on police bail to return to Parkside police station in Cambridge on January 14, 2015.”
PCSO Bujar Mani, of the force’s Histon safer neighbourhood team, alerted residents to the incident as well as theft of fuel at the Tesco in Bar Hill.
The officer’s e-cops message said: “There have been two crime reports at Tesco Bar Hill this week. One crime relates to theft of fuel and the other relates to threats made against a member of staff. Suspect making these threats has been arrested and dealt with accordingly.”
A Tesco spokesman said: “This is now a matter for the police and we are helping them with their inquiries”.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Cambridgeshire police on 101.