Stephen Woytack Killed By Falling Headstone While Decorating Family Grave


Police say Stephen Woytack, 74, was killed by a falling headstone as he and his wife were decorating a family gravesite for Easter.

headstoneAccording to a caretaker at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Woytack and his wife travel from Scranton every year to decorate his mother-in law’s gravesite for Easter.

“They tie a cross to it every year,” said Ed Kubilus. “And after they’re done tying the cross, they stand there and say prayers and they leave.”

But this recent visit would be Stephen’s last. Throop police say that Woytack’s wife was tying a string to the headstone when it fell, landing on Woytack as he was kneeling on the other side.

Kubilus says the headstone probably fell because when the ground begins to thaw in the spring, some of the bases tilt and the stones on top can topple off.

Bishop Joseph Bambera of the Diocese of Scranton released this statement, seemingly surprised that anything tragic could happen around a holiday in which people celebrate a zombie crawling out of a tomb after dying nailed to a tree:

“It is unimaginable to think that a visit of a faithful couple to the grave of loved ones in anticipation of the celebration of Easter could have ended in such a tragic manner. Our thoughts and prayers are with the deceased and his family.”

Woytack will be buried in the same cemetery he was killed, in a plot directly in front of the headstone that killed him.

Man who spent two months in jail–before police discovered his shipment of ‘cocaine’ was actually soap–is awarded $5 an hour for his time


A French businessman who spent two months in a Spanish prison before authorities discovered his shipment of “cocaine” was actually soap was awarded $9,172.

Man-gets-9172-for-jail-time-from-cocaine-soap-confusionJacques Benoit Fiocconi, a cosmetics entrepreneur from Corsica, was arrested in Catalonia, Spain, in November 2012 while driving a van loaded with soap. He was with his father, Laurent Fiocconi, a former drug trafficker with ties to infamous drug kingpin Pablo Escobar.

The 2,850 bars of soap had been purchased from a factory in Figueres, Spain, but a field test performed by a Spanish Civil Guard patrol tested positive for cocaine.

A December 14 report by the Spanish National Institute of Toxicology determined there was no cocaine in the soap shipment, but it was seven more weeks before a court accepted the report and freed Jacques Benoit Fiocconi.

Laurent Fiocconi remained in custody as part of a probe into alleged drug trafficking linked to French and Spanish criminal gangs.

Jacques Fiocconi sought $90,643 from the Ministry of Justice to cover financial losses and moral damages from his two months in jail, but the ministry ended up paying him only $9,172. The ministry said it paid a “standard rate” of $131 per day he spent behind bars.

Pregnant Mother Killed In Driveway When She’s Crushed By Gravel Truck


Lindsey-CombsLindsey Combs, 32, was killed in her driveway Monday afternoon when a truck carrying gravel tipped over onto her car, crushing her to death in front of her 4-year-old daughter.

A construction crew working on the road had asked Combs to pull her car up further into her driveway to make room for a gravel truck.

As Combs was moving her car, 20 tons of gravel inside the truck’s trailer shifted, causing the trailer to flip on top of Combs’ car as her 4-year-old daughter watched.

Members of the construction crew attempted to help Combs, but having 20 tons of anything land on top of you isn’t something you walk away from.

“Myself and the guys that were working on the side of the road were trying to dig her out,” Travis Hagerty said. “A guy with a backhoe came around and ripped the door off the car with the backhoe after he picked the trailer up. That’s when I looked in the car and saw she was smashed and dead.”

Cal/OSHA is now investigating the incident. They say the San Mateo-based construction company has been in operation for five years and has a pretty clean record, only having one citation for a minor violation in 2010.

Combs’ fiance, who was inside the home at the time of the accident, says Combs was two months pregnant and that her death was totally avoidable.

A GoFundMe campaign has been created by Combs’ brother to help raise the money needed to bring her father and uncle from Montana for her funeral.

Student downs 25 shots of vodka in 60 seconds at university drinking competition. Wins his prize posthumously


A STUDENT has died after downing 25 shots of vodka in 60 seconds during a drinking competition at a drunken university party.

159057-4e2c3170-cc36-11e4-a716-dcac481e1bbeHumberto Moura Fonseca, 23, had been partying at the university of Julio de Mesquita in the city of Bauru, in southwest Brazil, when organisers suggested the drinking game to see who could drink 25 shots in less than 60 seconds.

After downing the alcohol, the 23-year-old told friends he felt ill before suddenly collapsing.

“We were all having a great time and someone came up with the idea of the drinking competition,” friend Pal Rodrigo Pancetti said.

“I knew I’d already had too much and there was no way I was going to be able to drink five, let alone 25, but Humberto and the others were really up for it.”

He was rushed to hospital but died on the way.

Six other students also collapsed with alcohol poisoning with three now being treated in intensive care.

“They all had alcohol poisoning and are in a critical state, with three still in intensive care,” a hospital spokesman said.

It’s believed police may lay charges.

“Two fourth year students at the university have been arrested for organising the event without a licence and for potentially causing the death of the student,” they said in a statement.

The university have also responded.

“We very much regret the death of this young man and our condolences go out to his family and friends.

“We would like to remind students that drinking alcohol in the university is banned.”

Man’s Penis ‘Snaps’ During Sex (NSFW)


While we’re on penis stories ……

That’s gotta hurt. Picture NSFW at the end of the article.

A jarring image published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday shows a penile ‘fracture’ that occurred after a man jammed his erect penis into his lover’s perineum.

Dr. Robert J. Hartman, Jr., of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, said the unfortunate fellow heard a snap followed by severe pain, and then watched in disbelief as blood started rushing out of the opening at the tip of his penis. The accident occurred in the spring of 2014, Dr. Hartman told The Huffington Post in an email Friday.

Dr. Hartman writes in the Journal:

The penile “fracture” refers to a tear in the tunica albuginea, the watertight fibrous outer sheath of the corpora cavernosa that is responsible for maintaining the structural integrity of an erection. Disruption of the tunica results in a loss of blood outside the corpora, causing a hematoma.

The otherwise-healthy man soon developed a bulbous, “eggplant deformity” that had to be corrected with surgery. Dr. Hartman described the procedure in an email to The Huffington post.

“We ‘deglove’ the penis [by] essentially making a circumferential skin incision around the head of the penis,” he wrote. “We then pull that skin all the way back to the base of the penis, exposing the erectile cylinders of the penis, as well as the urethra. This allows us to easily identify the injury — ‘the crack’ — in the cylinder and close it with stitches.”

Fortunately the procedure to correct the injury was successful, and he was released from the hospital the next day.

Follow-up appointments at three and six months revealed that the patient eventually regained the ability to maintain a full erection, “without appreciable plaque formation or penile curvature,” meaning that his wang isn’t scarred or bent out of shape in a significant way.

Hartman told HuffPost his urology unit at Brigham and Women’s sees a penile “fracture” about once every month or two.


Chinese Wife Bobbitts Husband Twice

The new year began on a sorrowful note for a husband from Guangdong, China. Fan Lung, 32, made a mistake not expected from seasoned philanderers, using his wife’s smartphone to send pics to his paramour, failed to log off, and got caught. The wife, 21-year-old Feng Lung, did not take kindly to the issue.


Fan then proceeded to live up the old adage about hell and scorned women, or whatever its Chinese equivalent is. Feng Lung in response did a Lorena Bobbitt job on her man.

Waiting till her husband had gone to sleep, Feng cut off his penis with scissors. Fan Lung, who likely went from sweet dreams to waking up in a living nightmare was rushed to a local hospital. After extensive surgery, doctors managed to sew the piece back on.

And that for all concerned was the end of the matter. But not for the jilted wife. She later snuck in to the hospital and chopped off the sleeping man’s offending organ a second time, flinging the severed one-eyed monster out the room’s window, and tried to make a getaway on foot.

However, her injured and naked husband caught up with her and assaulted her before hospital authorities separated the two.

A thorough search for the organ failed to reveal its whereabouts. It’s believed to probably have ended up a snack for a stray. The courts awarded the wife a 10-year jail term.

Officers Suspended After Lending Models Guns, Tanks For Bikini Photo Shoot (NSFW VIDEO)


Two Utah peace officers have been suspended without pay over a risque video shoot featuring bikini-clad women firing high-powered weapons.

The Utah Department of Public Safety imposed the discipline in December on Rob Wilkinson, a Utah Highway Patrol sergeant, and Justin Hansen, a State Bureau of Investigation agent. The department released its discipline records last week after receiving a request to obtain them by The Salt Lake Tribune.

Wilkinson, who received a three-day suspension, and Hansen, who received a one-day suspension, were at the Big Shot Ranch near Grantsville in June when British bikini models posed for photos and were videotaped firing guns for a calendar called “Hot Shots.”

The two men were seen wearing camouflage uniforms identifying them as police in a promotional video posted on YouTube in October.

Neither Wilkinson nor Hansen sought their superiors’ permission to participate, and superiors learned of the activity only when they saw video clips played by the news media in Utah, according to the records.

The men were disciplined for conduct that brings discredit to an officer or agency, and for wearing their uniform during a promotion for a product — both rules violations, the records show. Wilkinson and Hansen declined comment.

An acquaintance asked the two to help supervise the firing line where the models shot at targets, according to an internal affairs report. The report also notes Hot Shots purports to donate a portion of its proceeds to charities for wounded soldiers.

In November, four Utah National Guard soldiers were disciplined for their unauthorized involvement and use of military vehicles in a video featuring the bikini-clad women firing high-powered weapons and riding in tanks.

A non-commissioned officer who inappropriately allowed the video to be partially shot at Camp Williams in May was relieved of his duties, and three other soldiers received lesser measures ranging from counseling to a reprimand.