Oscar?!: Man Commits To Living In Dumpster For A Year

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“Professor Dumpster will be spending one year in a dumpster that is approximately 6 feet x 6 feet, or about 1% the size of the average new American home. Professor Dumpster, in his bid to become part of the ‘new 1%’ will strive to use 1% the water, 1% the energy, and create 1% the waste of the average American home,” reads The Dumpster Project website.

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The Dumpster Project will be completed in three phases, starting when Wilson took occupancy in February 2014: camping in a bare-bones dumpster (shown here); living in a dumpster “home,” with additions such as storage and a bed; and then fine-tuning the dumpster into the ultimate sustainable home.

Police Bust College Student, 21, On Jogging While Intoxicated Charge

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A college student was arrested last night for jogging while intoxicated, Pennsylvania police report.

jamesfinan2James Finan, 21, was spotted “jogging alongside Rte. 378 without any light” around 1:30 Sunday morning, according to a Lower Saucon Township Police Department report. Finan attends nearby DeSales University, where he is a business major.

According to cops, “vehicles were observed to take defensive measures to avoid Finan” as he ran alongside the roadway.

When cops confronted Finan, he reportedly smelled of booze and was unsteady on his feet. A subsequent Breathalyzer registered the collegian’s blood alcohol content at .19, more than twice the legal limit (when you’re behind the wheel).

Finan, a New Jersey native, was cited for public drunkenness. According to his Facebook page, Finan (seen above) is a big golf fan and has joined the Facebook group of Joe’s Liquors: King of Kegs, a New Jersey business.

Rashad Deihim Is Wanted After He And His Girlfriend Kailyn Bonia Record A Rape On Snapchat

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A dangerous Massachusetts teen deviant is on the run after police said he drugged, beat and raped a 16-year-old girl, then snapped a video of the bruised and naked victim, and sent it to her friend.

bjftyqCops are hunting for Rashad Deihim, 19, after the disturbing Sept. 3 incident, which allegedly took place at a popular teen hangout in the woods behind a Saugus, Mass., elementary school.

Authorities have already charged the man’s girlfriend, 18-year-old Kailyn Bonia, with assault to rape, indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over, posing or exhibiting a child in a sexual act and kidnapping.

She pleaded not guilty Sept. 12 in Lynn District Court and is held in custody without bail. A third teen, a 17-year-old boy, faces the same charges, plus a count of dissemination of child pornography.

The brutal crime was filmed and sent to other teens on the Snapchat phone app. The popular picture and video application automatically deletes images seconds after they are received.

The implications of the sickening crime will last much longer than that.

The girl was barely breathing when she was found, fully nude, in some bushes behind the Douglas Waybright School in Saugus, the victim’s mom told WHDH-TV.

“What they did was disgusting it was sick, I almost lost my daughter,” the mother told the news station. “She was barely breathing, she was found with nothing on. If she wasn’t found when she was found … she wouldn’t be here right now.”

Cops were first notified of the incident after the girl’s friend received a Snapchat showing the naked victim.

1j9mxfThe Snapchat images show Bonia groping the girl, while a second shows her trying to force the victim to give oral sex to one of the other teens, the Daily Item of Lynn, Mass. reported

The friend told her father, who called police. Authorities found the victim badly impaired and had to pull her out of the woods on a backboard before rushing her to the hospital.

“She had fingerprints, at least two hands held down by her throat,” the mom told the Boston NBC affiliate. “Top to bottom bruised, her breasts were bruised, her whole body was ripped, shredded, broken toes.”

The hospital confirmed the sexual assault, and a nurse told WHDH that the girl was slipped an odorless, liquid drug — enough of it to reportedly take down two horses, the TV station reported.

She lost consciousness and was revived by two doses of Narcan, a drug used to reverse heroin and opiate overdoses, according to The Item.

Described as 5-foot, 8-inches tall with a skinny build, light skin and brown hair, Deihim weighs approximately 180 or 185 pounds and should be considered dangerous, police said. He faces the same charges as Bonia, and police fear he may try to flee the state.

Dammit Mother Nature: Giant Red Leech Swallows Worm Like A String Of Spaghetti

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The Giant Red Leech is one of the biggest in the world. The specimen captured on camera was around 30cm long but experts believe they could grow larger.
They have grown so big that they no longer simply suck blood but now actively hunt giant blue worms and suck them down like spaghetti. The worm it is eating is a whopping 78cm.

The new footage shows the leech detecting a worm’s trail and following the scent like a sniffer dog.

When it encounters its prey it quickly latches on and moves its lips up and down the iridescent blue body.
“It was either searching for an end to grab, or was working out whether it was too big to eat” said documentary director Paul Williams.

“When it found an end it started to suck. It was incredible.”

Restaurant Owner Laced Noodles with Opium to Make Customers Addicted to Them

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In a bid to get customers addicted to his food, a scheming restaurant owner in China resorted to unethical means – he laced his noodles with parts of a poppy plant from which opium is made. When questioned by the local police, he admitted to spending 600 yuan (about $100) on two kilograms of poppy shells to secretly add to the food.

chinese-noodles-550x412The diabolical deception came to light when Liu Juyou, a 26-year-old customer, tested positive for opiates during a routine urine test at an anti-drunk-driving program. Liu was stupefied by the result and swore that he never touched any illegal substances. But the police didn’t pay attention to his pleas and detained him for 15 days.

The utterly bewildered Liu slowly gathered his wits and started to think about what went wrong. As he searched his mind for possibilities, he wondered if the restaurant he frequented could be responsible. So he dispatched his family members to test the theory by eating noodles at the same place and testing their urine later.

Needless to say, they tested positive as well, and immediately informed the police of their discovery. An investigation was launched – the restaurant owner was apprehended and detained for 10 days, during which he confessed to the crime. An anti-narcotics police agent later admitted that chemicals from poppy could build up in the body, causing a positive test result. If ingested for a long time, he said it could certainly have an addictive effect.

Sadly, despite the restaurant owner’s confession, Liu was not let off the hook. His appeal against his detention was dismissed by the police who said their priority was to detect drugs and punish drug users. In China, the consumption of opium, along with heroin, morphine and marijuana, is a punishable offence.

While the law makes sense, I do believe they might be punishing the wrong guy here. What do you think?

Man fires bullet into neighbor’s house because that’s the only way he knew to unload a gun

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If a gunshot is fired into a neighbors house, it is more likely that it’s an accident than anything else. However, a man in Pennsylvania is accused of shooting a bullet that broke a neighbor’s window because it was the only way he knew how to unload it, according to reports.

george-byrd-ivMiddletown Detective Patrick Nicastro said 31-year-old George Byrd IV of Penndel at first denied being behind the shooting but then acknowledged during his arraignment that he fired the weapon to clear the chamber because he was unfamiliar with guns, according to Bucks County Courier Times.

Authorities say Byrd allegedly fired the gun at about 12:30 p.m. Friday in the suburban Philadelphia community. There were no injuries, but the neighbor reported the incident.

He faces charges including persons not to possess firearms and discharging a firearm into an occupied structure, the Courier Times reported.

Police allegedly found several rounds of handgun ammunition on the basement floor during a sweep of Byrd’s residence, the Courier Times said.

Byrd is being held in the Bucks County jail unable to post $20,000 bond. No attorney is listed on court papers.