Female teacher’s NAKED selfie posted online by mistake could get her the sack


A Russian teacher has been threatened with the sack after accidentally publishing naked pictures of herself online for her students to see.

Music teacher Elena Kornyshonkova, 40, from the town of Konakov near the western city of Tver, posted the pictures on social media where they were spotted not only by colleagues but also by students.

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Ship shape: The pictures landed the teacher in hot water

She had intended only to allow close friends to see the pictures on VKontake, the Russian version of Facebook.

After school governors were alerted to the naked photos, they asked the teacher to resign.

She refused, saying there was nothing wrong with nudity, and that she lives a ‘more honourable life than many others working in the teaching profession’.

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Leg up: She thought the pictures would only be seen by close friends

She said the pictures were shot during a private holiday in Spain, and had been intended for a small network of friends but had accidentally been published to a wider audience.

Until the naked photos were published the 40-year-old had been regarded as a good teacher, and has been working at the school since 2009.

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Baring all: The teacher’s students saw the pictures

But school governors have told her she will be sacked if she doesn’t resign by next week.


Female student runs NAKED through busy Amsterdam square to win year’s free studying


A bold young student has proved the lengths she will go to to help finance her studies.

In a video posted to You Tube by the Super Student site, a willing young lady named Sabine is only too keen to display all that nature gave her in front of hundreds of stunned tourists.

During the clip the young, blond student is interviewed dressed only in a long blue shirt.

She then peels off to reveal all before sprinting round the busy Amsterdam square, causing bemusement to all going about their business.

She streaks over tram-lines and narrowly dodges a motorbike before returning to her two interviewers and covering her modesty.

The footage ends with her doing the ice bucket challenge.

The stunt was organised with the promise that her studies will be financially supported.

Guy rips his own head off in broad daylight …. WTF??


article-behead2-0901In a particularly gruesome story out of the Bronx, a Hunts Point man apparently decapitated himself in broad daylight today.

According to the New York Daily News, an unidentified 51-year-old man parked his 2005 Honda CRV on the street on Monday around 9:35 am. He reportedly looped a chain around his neck, secured it to a pole, and got back into his car.

Police told the newspaper that the man then stepped on the gas, decapitating himself. According to the Daily News, “The man’s head was left on the street by the pole after his vehicle hit a parked truck on the opposite side of the street.”

Georgia Siblings Charged With Having Sex In Church Parking Lot After Watching The Notebook


A brother and sister were arrested this morning in Effingham County and accused of having sex with each other in a tractor trailer parked at a church.


Christopher Buckner, 20, of Guyton, and her brother, Timothy Savoy, 25, of Jackson, Ga., were arrested and charged with incest, aggravated sodomy and prowling, according to Sheriff’s Office spokesman David Ehsanipoor.

The spokesman said deputies answered a call at about 4:30 a.m. about a prowler in the area of Hester Road and Ga. 30.

As deputies were checking the area, they saw a man and woman walking down the road. The male said he was walking the female back to her house.

Deputies determined that the pair were brother and sister and that they had just had sex in a Kenworth tractor trailer, which was parked at Countryside Baptist Church, Ehsanipoor said.

He said they admitted having sex three times after watching the movie, “The Notebook.”

They were being held in the Effingham County jail.

Maria Fernandes Died While Napping In Her Car Between Her Four Jobs


A New Jersey woman who worked four jobs to make ends meet has died while napping in her car between shifts.

Maria-FernandesMaria Fernandes, 32, of Newark, died Monday from a mix of carbon monoxide and fumes from an overturned gas container that she kept in her 2001 Kia Sportage, the New York Daily News reports.

Investigators said Fernandes pulled into a lot off Route 1 and 9 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, for a nap early Monday morning.

She left the car running and, police said, the fumes from a spilled gas canister and the car’s exhaust combined to kill her.

She was found dead around 3:51 p.m.

No foul play is suspected, according to Elizabeth Police Lt. Daniel Saulnier.

“This sounds like someone who tried desperately to work and make ends meet, and met with a tragic accident,” Saulnier told NJ.com.

Fernandes, who was born in Portugal before emigrating to the U.S., was beloved by co-workers like Parth Patel, who worked with her at a Penn Station Dunkin’ Donuts.

“She used to work like three shifts every day,” Patel told NJ.com. “Sometimes she wouldn’t sleep for five days.”

As hard as she worked, Fernandes had planned to take a break from all her jobs this Friday in order to celebrate Michael Jackson’s birthday at a Central Park memorial.

Her co-workers said Fernandes idolized the late singer, and often belted out his songs and mimicked his dance moves while on the job.

They plan to hold a tribute to her, News12.com reports.

How the baby born with the upside-down head has defied doctors


Resourceful Claudio Vieira de Oliveira knows more than a thing or two about overcoming adversity.

1409565800591_wps_1_EXCLUSIVE_CONDITION_OF_USMedics told the now-37-year-old’s mother to let him starve to death after he was born with a rare condition of the joints that left him with severely deformed limbs … and an upside-down head.

But despite his physical limitations, Claudio, from Monte Santo, Brazil, has defied doctors’ doubts to become an accountant and inspirational public speaker.

‘Since I was a child I’ve always liked to keep myself busy and work – I don’t like to depend totally on other people,’ he said. ‘I do a bit of accounting, research for clients and consulting.

‘I have learned to turn on the TV, pick up my cell phone, turn on the radio, use the internet, my computer – I do it all by myself.’

Claudio types with a pen held in his mouth, operates phones and a computer mouse with his lips and has specially made shoes that allow him to shuffle around town.

His independence saw him succeeding at school and qualifying as an accountant from the State University of Feira de Santana.

When Claudio was born, doctors told his mother Maria Jose he would not be able to survive.

Maria Jose said: ‘People started saying ‘the baby is going to die’ because he could barely breath when he was born.

‘Some people would say: ‘Don’t feed him, he is already dying’.

‘But there’s only happiness now. Claudio is just like any other person – that’s how he was raised in this house.

‘We never tried to fix him and always wanted him to do the normal things everyone else does.

‘That’s why he is so confident. He is not ashamed of walking around in the street – he sings and he dances.’

At eight years old, Claudio, who had previously been carried everywhere, began to walk on his knees.


Congenital arthrogryposis is a rare condition that causes curved joints in several areas of the body at birth.

Contrary to popular belief, it is not a deformation of the joints themselves, but one of the tissue that surrounds them, thus fusing joints in place.

It is caused by a number of factors, including lack of space in the uterus, muscle abnormalities, nerve abnormalities, blood circulation problems and maternal illness.

The condition is present in about one in every 3,000 babies and is usually detected before birth.

Treatment options include physiotherapy, splinting and surgery.

1409566213763_Image_galleryImage__EXCLUSIVE_CONDITION_OF_UHis family had to change the floor of the house so he could walk around without injuring himself.

Claudio’s bed, plugs and lights had to be made lower so that he could do things for himself without asking for help.

He cannot use a wheelchair because of his unusual shape, making it hard for him to be independent outside the home – but he begged his mother to be allowed to go to school and learn with the other children.

Doctors have recently diagnosed him with a rare condition called congenital arthrogryposis.

They believe he has multiple joint contractions in his legs and arms which mean they cannot extend properly.

Claudio said: ‘Throughout my life I was able to adapt my body to the world. Right now, I don’t see myself as being different. I am a normal person.

‘I don’t see things upside-down. This is one of the things I always talk about in my interventions as a public speaker.

‘Nowadays it’s much easier to deal with the public, I’m not afraid of it anymore and I can say that I am a professional, international public speaker and that I receive invitations from all over the world.’

He is not the only person with the disease who has refuse to let it overcome his life.

In February, MailOnline told the story of Leanne Beetham who became a celebrated photographer and artist whose paintings of wildlife – which she creates by holding a paintbrush in her mouth – have sold for hundreds of pounds.

Miss Beetham, who has a degree in applied animal behaviour, uses paint and graphite to make her images, which can take more than eight hours to complete at a sitting.

In 2006 one of her paintings was sold for £750 at Christies in London in aid of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. Her exhibition last year in Hull raised money for the Withernsea RNLI, helping to replace equipment which had been stolen.