Apparently you can throw a bottle of urine out your dorm window at a woman and shoot her in the buttocks with a BB gun


It’s been six days since an NSU student heard from university investigators.

It’s days from when she says she was shot with a BB gun and hit with a bottle of urine.

NewsChannel 3 spent the afternoon calling the university to ask why an alert wasn’t sent out to the campus.

670px-Shoot-a-BB-Gun-Step-1Now the student, who wants to remain anonymous, has finally heard back from campus police.

“I expected for there to be some type of lockdown. I expected for them to at least notify via email or text some type of alert on campus that that was going on. That somebody was being shot at,” the student says.

She tells NewsChannel 3 an investigator said the magnitude of the incident did not warrant a lockdown nor an alert.

They say this warranted just a “health and welfare” check despite the fact that a BB gun is listed as a weapon on the zero tolerance policy.

“There’s a weapon on campus. So definitely I wanted there to be a lockdown so the person or persons could be caught and that weapon taken off my campus.

She says all campus police did was search the all-male freshman dorm Babbotte Smith.

For nearly a week, she didn’t hear a word from the university.

“I feel like I was let down by campus police. Just because of the fact I felt there was no urgency there was no lockdown no notification. It was disappointing and revealing,” the student says.

The school released the following statement:

“The BB gun case remains under investigation. A report of the incident was taken, however, it was not included in the daily log. This was an error on our part, and lessons learned from this experience are that we must ensure that all staff are aware of the Clery Act reporting requirements as well as our responsibility to provide timely communication to the university community in emergency situations.  Key personnel will begin meeting tomorrow to review our emergency policies and procedures.  Norfolk State University is committed to creating a safe and inviting atmosphere for all students, faculty, staff and guests.”

Woman divorces husband after 1 week over big manhood


A newly married woman in Zamfara State, Aisha Dannupawa, caused serious laughter at the Sharia Court sitting in Samaru, Gusau, when she urged the court to dissolve her barely one week old marriage to her husband, Ali Maizinari, because of his mammoth manhood because she could not bear its sheer size.

During the hearing, Dannupawa told the court that she married Maizinari after her fist marriage broke up but that she wanted out of the marriage due to the pains she has been experiencing during sex with her new husband.

Dannupawa who is a mother of three, further narrated that the first time she and Maizinari had sex was a nightmare for her.

“When we had sex for the first time, the experience was a nightmare. Instead of enjoying the sex, it turned out to be something else because his manhood was too big.

After that first time, I had to take medication given to me by my mother.

I told my mother the experience but she told me to endure and that with time, I will be able to cope. She then gave me some drugs.

Two days later, when he came to visit me, we had sex again but the experience was too much to bear.

It was then I knew that I could not continue with the marriage because of the size of his joystick.”

Maizinari did not however deny the accusation and even told the court that he was willing to grant his wife’s prayer for divorce but on the condition that she pays back the dowry and all that he spent on her during the courtship.

When he was asked to state the amount, Maizinari disclosed that what he expected from her was N60,000.

The guy who copped a $77,000 speeding fine


WOW. Talk about driving down the wrong road that day.

888927-45b9f774-c214-11e4-9d92-97de7eaded95In Finland, businessman Reima Kuisla has copped a mammoth $77,264 (€54,000) for going 103km/hr in an 80km/hr zone.

There’s no doubt that the penalty was rather large by any speeding fines standard, and it’s not as if Mr Kuisla had some ridiculous amount of outstanding fines.

Rather, Finland has an interesting policy where traffic fines aren’t a set amount. They’re based on how much money you earned. The idea is that even rich people will be stung by speeding fines, rather than brush off a $400 fine when your net worth is in the millions.

Mr Kuisla, the BBC reported, earned $9.28 million (€6.5 million) according to 2013 tax return. Which puts the fine at about 0.80 per cent of his income.

Mr Kuisla, as you may guess, is a tad annoyed at the exorbitant fine levelled at him. He wrote on his Facebook page: “Ten years ago, I wouldn’t have believed that I would seriously consider moving abroad. Finland is impossible to live in for certain kinds of people who have high incomes and wealth.”

As the BBC pointed out, some of the less well off Finns aren’t taking his outrage well. They’ve responded on social media with comments such as “if you follow the rules, you won’t have to pay the fines” and “small fines won’t deter the rich”.

Mr Kuisla is hardly the first rich Finn it’s happened to. In 2002, a Nokia bigwig on a €14 million salary had to pay €116,000 for speeding on his motorbike.


A New Vibrator Lets You FaceTime From Your Vagina (Vagtime?)


vibe_600Is your current vibrator running low on batteries? We have a new and very high tech suggestion for you: the Svakom Gaga USB Rechargeable Intimate View Endoscopy Vibrator, aka the Svakom Gaga Camera Vibrator, aka the sex selfie stick. We now have a vibe with a built-in camera so you can capture your orgasm from the inside out. (Remember when butt selfies were a big deal? It seems like such an innocent time.)

As the UK’s Independent reports, the vibe uses endoscopy technology, the light-and-camera system that typically doctors use to get a detailed picture of your digestive tract. The HD camera plus the vibe’s insertable length of four inches makes for a crystal clear view of stimulation and vaginal contractions during orgasm. The vibe is waterproof and rechargeable, like that even matters when it has a camera in it. It’s also compatible with FaceTime, so you can share your big moment with friends across the 4G network.

Care for a demonstation of how it works? Of course you do:

The online adult sex toy shop Lovehoney is selling the very 2k15 vibe for $179.99.  According to the video, “It puts the view only gynecologists used to be privy to in your hands.” Who could resist?

Woman Charged After Fight Over Handicapped Space Sends Elderly Woman To Hospital


Police have charged 32-year-old Kezia Perkins with aggravated battery after a fight over a Walmart handicapped parking space sent a 71-year-old woman to the hospital.

Kezia-PerkinsAccording to police report, Perkins was trying to park in the handicapped spot but was unable to make the turn. That’s when the elderly woman pulled into the space.

This angered Perkins to the point that she got out of her vehicle and began yelling at the other woman. When the woman got out of her car, perkins allegedly chest bumped her, causing the elderly woman to fall in the parking lot.

A police officer was in the parking lot responded to the scene to find the older woman on the ground. Perkins allegedly told the officer that it wasn’t her fault “the elderly woman bounced off my big (chest).”

According to a witness, the older woman told him she could not get off the ground because she just had hip surgery and she felt as if the fall had re-injured her hip.

Police ran both of the women’s license and found that the elderly woman’s handicapped placard was valid. As for Perkins, not only was her handicapped placard expired and registered to someone else, her license was also revoked.

Perkins was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. The victim ended up with fractures to her femur and had to have a second hip replacement. Perkin’s lawyer issued the following statement:

We maintain Ms. Perkins’ innocence relating to the charges that have been brought by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. This was an unfortunate accident that came about after a misunderstanding between two individuals. Ms. Perkins is, herself, disabled, however the fact that her disability is not immediately noticeable led to confusion between the two women.

More than anything, this case highlights the need for individuals to be aware of and sensitive to the fact that many people may suffer from disabilities and ailments that are not always readily noticeable. We believe that the facts will come out as this matter progresses and that ultimately Ms. Perkins will be cleared of the charges in this case.


A woman performed graphic sex acts multiple times inside at least two branches of the Windsor Public Library over a three-month period and streamed it all live online, CBC News has learned.

The woman, who appears to be in her twenties and used the screen name “lilsecrett,” streamed video of herself flashing her breasts, masturbating and using sex toys in front of a webcam while seated at the Riverside and Fontainebleau branches of the library.

The shows happened between November of last year and the end of January.

CBC News has determined that during the three-month span, the woman streamed at least 52 performances from libraries in the border town of Windsor, Ont. — 49 at the Riverside branch and three atFontainebleau. Some performances lasted as long as three hours.

The Windsor Police Service is aware of at least one video, but is not investigating.

CBC News has found 52 videos featuring the woman, including one in which she shoos a toddler away, archived online and for purchase.

Some of the scenes are graphic while in others the woman quickly covers up her breasts with a shirt or coat and tamely interacts with library users before continuing to perform when they leave.

During the shows, lilsecrett was performing for and interacting with an online audience in a chat room on the website

MyFreeCams is an online porn site on which models perform live sex shows. Viewers ask and pay the models to perform particular acts — sometimes in specific places.

On a couple of occasions, lilsecrett interacts with children and other library users in a non-sexual nature.

In one video, she’s interrupted by a girl, who appears to be about seven years old, and tells her she should go find her parents. The child eventually leaves and lilsecrett once again resumes her sex show.

In another, while asking a man for a pen, lilscrett lifts her skirt and shows her buttocks to her online audience without the man knowing.

According to the website’s rules for models, unauthorized people, minors, children and babies may not be on camera or in the same room.

“The particular model in question was terminated for violation of company policy,” MyFreeCams lawyer Lawrence G. Walters said of lilsecrett in an email to CBC. “Since these are internal personnel matters, our client does not publicly discuss the reasons for specific contract terminations.”

Library aware of ‘inappropriate behaviour’

Windsor Public Library CEO Kitty Pope is not aware of any sex shows being streamed from any branch, but she did say a complaint was made about a woman taking photos of her genitalia.

After watching two videos shown to her by CBC, Pope believes the woman who was taking photos may have been lilsecrett. Pope said library staff banned the woman who was taking photos at the Riverside branch.

“We’ve asked her to leave from this facility for inappropriate behaviour,” she said during an interview at the Riverside branch. “We were notified by a customer that there was inappropriate behaviour happening here.

“The next time the patron came in, we notified her that kind of behaviour was not appropriate in a public place and she was to leave. That’s all we’ve heard.”

She said police were notified of the incident “but they didn’t have a lot to go on.”

She said she will once again contact police.

“We’ll be referring it to the police right away,” Pope said. “Certainly the staff, the board and the police will do everything in their power to make sure the Windsor Public Library is a safe place for everybody.”

No complaints made to police

Staff Sgt. Brad Hill said he is not aware of any formal complaint made to police.

‘Is it morally incorrect? Certainly.’- Staff Sgt. Brad Hill, Windsor police

“If we had a complaint it could possibly be an indecent act,” he said. “Is it morally incorrect? Certainly. But we have to investigate what we get reported to us.

“If we got a call to the library that this person was there, patrol would have responded to the library and dealt with it firsthand.”

A woman who goes by the name JuJu performed on for a few months, during the same time period lilsecrett used the site. JuJu, who asked that her real name not be used because she fears for her safety, said she isn’t surprised by the public sex shows.

“These types of public shows have become very, very popular, and very lucrative,” she said.

Some audience members tip larger amounts of money for more public and risky behaviour, she said.

JuJu is concerned about public sex shows being streamed online and unintentionally showing children.

“It makes me feel like pedophiles and sex offenders can now buy that video and sit there and get their rocks off while these children are running around in this video,” she said.

Not child porn

The appearance of a child also concerns Const. Shawn Diotte of the Windsor Police Service’s internet child exploitation unit.

“My biggest concern is the fact there were children in the library at the time when this was going on. That isn’t material that children that age should be seeing,” he said.

However, the video isn’t child pornography, he said.

“The child is not involved in the explicit sex act, the child just so happens to be in the background. It doesn’t make it right. However, it doesn’t fall into child pornography,” Diotte said.

Motorist, 21, Arrested After Cops Find His Marijuana Stash Inside Sour Cream Container Labeled “Not Weed”


notweedcontainerA 21-year-old Nebraska motorist was arrested Saturday night after a cop discovered his marijuana stash inside a plastic container labeled “Not Weed,”police report.

Jordan Meier was traveling with three passengers around 9 PM when a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled over his 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo on a Lincoln street for a traffic violation, according to a police report.

Meier was subsequently “placed into custody for DUI,” investigators noted.

During a post-arrest inventory search of Meier’s vehicle, cops located a 16-ounce plastic container (which once held Land O’Lakes sour cream) under the front passenger seat.

jordanmeierMeier claimed ownership of the container, which–as seen in the above evidence photo–had the words “Not Weed” written in marker on its lid.

But when deputies opened the container, they found more than 11 grams of marijuana inside. As a result, Meier (seen at right) was also cited for pot possession.

In an interview, Meier told TSG that he was on line at a drive-thru Saturday afternoon when he removed a Sharpie marker from his pocket and wrote on the plastic container. Asked why, he replied, “I don’t know…I thought I was being funny. Inside joke with myself, I suppose.” He added, “Never thinking it would be confiscated.”

According to Meier’s Facebook page, he has attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and works at a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop.