Lawsuit: Clowns With Sex Toys Attacked Family


Two men dressed as clowns and armed with purple sex toys allegedly accosted an Illinois woman and her teenage daughter as they attempted to buy tickets to a haunted house, according to a lawsuit.

massacrehauntedhouseIn a Circuit Court complaint filed yesterday, Regina Janito, 38, claimed that she and her child, a high school student, were confronted by the pair on October 11 as they approached the Massacre Haunted House in Montgomery, a village about 45 miles from Chicago.

The Janitos, who were accompanied by three other children, were allegedly attackedby haunted house worker Robert Keller, 23, and another man, both of whom were “dressed in clown costumes.” Keller was “holding a vibrating, purple sex toy”  and the other clown was holding a teddy bear with a vibrator attached to the stuffed animal’s “groin area.”

As Janito sought to reach the ticket window around 7:45 PM, the two clowns allegedly surrounded her daughter. Keller, according to the lawsuit, “began to violently poke the Minor in various parts of her body, including her buttocks.” The other clown “inserted the Teddy Bear Vibrator into his own mouth and began simulating oral sex.”

The complaint accuses Keller of yelling “Do you want some more?” and “You know you like it in the butt!” at the girl. When Janito sought to intercede, Keller waved the purple vibrator in her face “in a threatening manner.” While doing this, he commented, “You like this!,” the complaint charges.

robertkellerfrontJanito and the children returned to their vehicle and left the area. Janito subsequently called police, who later arrested Keller for battery and disorderly conduct. As seen above, Keller, a haunted house volunteer, posed for a mug shot wearing a white t-shirt with fake blood and bloody handprints.

Janito’s October 21 lawsuit names Keller, the haunted house, and the second clown (identified as “John Doe”) as defendants. The clowns are accused of sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress. The haunted house is charged with negligence for allowing “Keller and John Doe to attack Janito and the Minor with sex toys.”

The lawsuit seeks in excess of $50,000 in damages for each of the complaint’s six counts, as well as unspecified punitive damages.

Woman Stashes $25K Watch In Her Vagina After Hookup


An Australian tourist claims that a woman he took home from the bar stole his $25,000 watch and hid it in her vagina.

o-ROLEX-570The victim brought 25-year-old Shacarye Tims — who has been arrested on prostitution charges in the past — back to his room at a New York City Holiday Inn on Oct. 19 after they met at the bar, according to DNAinfo. The victim, Brenton Price, says she gave him a massage.

At about 5:30 a.m., Tims reportedly complained that Price’s Yacht-Master II Rolex watch was scratching her. She convinced him to take it off, and 10 minutes later, Price noticed that it was missing. Tims tried to flee the hotel room once Price started searching for it, according to the New York Daily News.

Prosecutors say Tims smacked him repeatedly in the face when he confronted her, “causing him to suffer swelling and bruising.” A responding officer told prosecutors that she saw Tims take the Rolex “out of her vaginal cavity and hand it to me,” according to court records.

“I just innocently picked up a girl at a bar and got robbed,” Price told the Daily News.

Tims was charged with robbery and grand larceny, and held on $10,000 bail, the New York Post reports. She was also charged in another incident on Sept. 23, when she allegedly stole credit cards from a man while he was sleeping in a Midtown hotel room. She has an arrest history in several other states, including a prostitution arrest in Las Vegas.

Heroic Ex Girlfriend Rescues Teen From Horrific Catholic School Sex Abuse


A former Catholic high school gym teacher was arrested Monday on charges she repeatedly had sex with a 16-year-old male student — including on the Staten Island campus, law enforcement sources told The Post.

Megan Mahoney, 24, was charged with 30 counts of statutory rape for a series of trysts that authorities say took place between Oct. 31, 2013, and Jan. 9.

Mahoney romped with the teen “on numerous occasions, that is at least two times per week during the period,” court papers claim.

14988449073_f32995cd13_oShe also was charged with four counts of “criminal sexual act” because of mutual oral sex that she and the boy allegedly engaged in “at least two times per month during said period.”

An investigation by the NYPD’s Special Victims Squad revealed that some of the alleged encounters took place on school grounds, a source said.The sexual shenanigans at Moore Catholic High School were exclusively reported by The Post in August, along with athletic director Richard Postiglione being stripped of his duties over the scandal.

Mahoney, who also was Moore’s assistant athletic director and an assistant girls basketball coach, resigned under fire after the teen’s ex-girlfriend spotted him and Mahoney at a pizzeria and called the cops, sources have said.

The boy was unaware of Mahoney’s arrest when contacted by The Post on Monday evening.

“I don’t really know how I feel about it,” he said. He has said he was expelled from Moore over his alleged assignations with the pretty brunette — although the archdiocese said he was not booted over the scandal.

Earlier this year, the boy told The Post that his relationship with Mahoney — a former hoops star at Wagner College — developed after she approached him in the school’s gym and offered to coach him in basketball.

He recalled boasting about his experiences to his best friend and several other kids, who responded by saying, “How awesome — good job.”

The sex charges against Mahoney are felonies that each carry a maximum of four years in jail.

Mahoney, who was released without bail, declined to comment afterward, as did her defense lawyer.

A spokesman said the Archdiocese of New York was unaware of Mahoney’s arrest but “will cooperate fully in any investigation.”

Shocked family spot men in bondage gear spanking each other on country lane


One man wearing chains and a leather harness and another dressed as a woman were seen by Allan Pagan as he took a walk with his wife and young daughter

Allan-PaganA horrified couple discovered two men dressed in full bondage gear spanking each other by the side of a public road.

Police are now on the hunt for the pair, one of whom was wearing a spiked studded collar with chains and a leather harness – the other was in a blonde wig and a cream dress.

Allan Pagan and his partner Natalie Fairhurst were out for a walk with their two-year-old daughter on her pony around 5.30pm on Saturday night near Waterbeck in Dumfries.

But they were stunned to find what they thought to be a woman strapped to a five-bar gate being whipped by a man with a leather studded collar round his neck.

And when the blonde on the gate turned around, the couple realised it was a man.

Coal man Allan, 39, told the Dumfries and Galloway Standard: “Natalie started shouting at them because the one strapped to the gate had his pants down and was getting spanked and we had our two-year-old daughter with us. We thought it was a woman until the person turned round and you could see his big Adam’s apple. He was wearing a wig.

“The other one was wearing full bondage gear and had a harness or something on.I’ve heard about things like this before but I never thought I’d see it with my own eyes by the side of a B-road 50 yards away from my house.

“Drivers go up and down that road all the time and it’s used on a regular basis.

“The one doing the whipping unstrapped the other one from the gate and they fled to the car.”

Disgusted Natalie stood in front of the vehicle and shouted to the men that she’d managed to get their registration number and would be reporting the incident to police.

She said: “Me and Allan were just chatting away when we came across these two with full bondage gear on and one getting a whipping over a gate only yards from our house. It was broad daylight and my kids and other walkers and horse riders go along there regularly. It seemed like they wanted to be caught but I don’t think they expected it to be us because to say we were raging is an understatement.

Allan said the men “wheel spinned away and we walked on for about half a mile in total shock”.

“We didn’t say a word to each other because we were tripping over our bottom lips.

“We were shocked that they didn’t seem to be trying to hide what they were up to.

There must be something wrong with their heads to do that next to a public road.

Our two-year-old was oblivious thankfully and we’re glad we didn’t have our other children with us aged 15, 12 and six.”

Allan and Natalie reported the incident to police.

A police spokesman confirmed yesterday they are investigating a report of two males acting in an inappropriate manner near to a roadend at a farm near Waterbeck at around 5.30pm on Saturday and would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time.

The spokesman said: “The first man is described as being in his late 50s or early 60s, about five eight inches tall, medium build, short thinning grey hair, wearing a white shirt, a spiked studded collar with chains and a leather harness.

“The second man is believed to have been in his late 50s, five feet eight inches tall, wearing a blonde wig and a cream dress. Both men left the scene in a grey car when disturbed. Anyone who can assist should contact Police Scotland on 101.”

Homeland Security goes on panty raid


Peregrine Honig says she just wanted to help celebrate the hometown team when she designed Lucky Royals boyshorts.

birdieskcThe panties, with “Take the Crown” and “KC” across the rear, were set to be sold in Honig’s Birdies Panties shop Monday. But Homeland Security agents visited the Crossroads store and confiscated the few dozen pairs of underwear, printed in Kansas City by Lindquist Press.

“They came in and there were two guys” Honig said. “I asked one of them what size he needed and he showed me a badge and took me outside. They told me they were from Homeland Security and we were violating copyright laws.”

She thought that since the underwear featured her hand-drawn design, she was safe. But the officers explained that by connecting the “K” and the “C,” she infringed on major league baseball copyright. (The officials involved could not be immediately reached for comment.)

They placed the underwear in an official Homeland Security bag and had Honig sign a statement saying she wouldn’t use the logo.

“We just thought it was something funny we could do,” Honig says of the panties. “But it was so scary.”

Danielle Meister, Honig’s shop partner, says it was like something out of the movies, with the badges and all. But on the bright side, the officers were nice. She says you could tell “they felt like they were kicking a puppy.”

We might not be able to wear Lucky Royals boyshorts from Birdies, but you can still buy a pair of crown-inspired pasties if you’re feisty.

Guns in senior portraits OK if done tastefully, Nebraska school board says


You’ve seen those senior class photos of kids posing with footballs and musical instruments.

5446eba671e92.imageNow graduating seniors attending a central Nebraska school district are free to pose with firearms for their school yearbook picture, as long as it’s done tastefully.

School board members voted 6-0 Monday to allow such photos in the Broken Bow Public Schools after parents pressed for the change, according to Superintendent Mark Sievering.

The community of 3,500 people is rural, about 65 miles northwest of Kearney.

Hunting, skeet and trap are popular in the community and firearms are common, Sievering said. Broken Bow’s annual Nebraska One Box Pheasant Hunt draws hunters and celebrities from all over the country, he said.

“The board I believe felt they wanted to give students who are involved in those kinds of things the opportunity to take a senior picture with their hobby, with their sport, just like anybody with any other hobby or sport,” he said.

A district official said a check with a number of Nebraska districts found that about half of them allowed such photos.

The district previously had no policy governing senior photos for the yearbook, but its practice had been to prohibit them in light of national concerns about school violence, Sievering said.

The new policy specifies that students may pose with objects that illustrate their accomplishments or interests, including hunting, shooting and other outdoor sporting activities.

If posing with an item normally considered a weapon, such as a rifle, shotgun or knife, the student may not be brandishing the weapon or pointing it at the camera, the policy says.

The display must be “tasteful and appropriate.” For example, the policy says, a student “should not submit a photograph of game shot by the student if the animal is in obvious distress.”

School board member Matthew Haumont, a Nebraska hunter education instructor who has enjoyed the shooting sports all his life, said he wants the photos to be respectful of the shooting sports and not be offensive.

“So we’re going to have to take these as a case-by-case basis,” he said. “But I think that goes with any photo, whether it’s a scantily clad girl or something like that.”

Shooting is a part of the town culture, and there are a number of local kids who shoot competitively, he said.

“For me as a sportsman, I think the policy’s important because it allows those kids who are doing those things a chance to demonstrate what they’re doing and to celebrate that. I think that’s important and fair in our country.”

He said it’s important to note that the district’s new policy also prohibits students from being photographed using drugs, alcohol or tobacco.

Broken Bow High School graduates about 50 to 60 seniors each year, and many are involved in lots of activities, so it’s possible only a handful will take advantage of the new policy, he said.

In metro Omaha, spokeswomen from Westside Community Schools and Papillion-La Vista Schools said they require senior yearbook photos to be cropped tightly, so there’s not much room for props.

If they are included, Papillion-La Vista policy says various backgrounds and props must be “school-appropriate,” spokeswoman Annette Eyman said.

At Westside High, senior photos are all head-and-shoulder shots, spokeswoman Peggy Rupprecht said.

The Lincoln Public Schools prohibit props and hats.

Amanda Gailey, director of Nebraskans Against Gun Violence, said that as long as the photographs are being taken off campus and the photo sessions are supervised, it’s not a big concern for the group.

Photographer Brian Baer of Kearney said his Baer Photography studio draws seniors from a hundred-mile radius.

He said he photographs more than 100 seniors a year, and he has not heard of any schools that prohibit firearms in portraits.

“Some schools enforce rules such as their dress code, (so) whatever goes for the dress code also has to apply to the senior picture that would be published in the school’s annual,” he said. “But I’ve never heard of any limitation as far as guns.”

He allows firearms in his studio sessions but checks to make sure they’re not loaded, he said. Often the firearms photos are taken outdoors, he said.

The kids who bring firearms to his studio have a “very healthy respect” for them, he said.

Top 10 weirdest places in Worst Korea. Come for the sex museum; stay for the placenta cemetery.


Sometimes, you’ve just got to get away from the norm. You’ve seen Gyeongbokgung Palace a half-dozen times, you’ve strolled down Insa-dong and bought gifts for friends back home, and you’ve partied in Hongdae. What’s next, the traveler inside you asks?

If you yearn for wacky, weird, or just plain bizarre places to go, I present to you the top 10 weirdest places in South Korea. These are selected from five years worth of traveling throughout Korea, and there are plenty more in the book Weird and Wonderful Korea (available in e-book or 330-page paperback).  Without further ado:


#10 – the Suwon Toilet Museum (Suwon, Gyeonggi-do)


Interchangeably called Suwon Toilet Museum, 해우재 (Hae-woo-jae), or the Mr. Toilet House, the two-story toilet-bowl shaped museum tells the story of the man dubbed “Mr. Toilet,” Sim Jae Duck (심재덕). Don’t ask me why the poo is different colors – or why it’s smiling. Korea’s fascination with excrement (and the infamous 똥침) continues to astound me to no end. Also around are statues of various folks in that classic “gotta go” pose and portable toilets for men.

Suwon station, line 1, exit 2. Make a U-turn and walk toward the bus platforms Take bus 92 or 310 and ride to Dongwon High School (동원고  Dong-won-go). Face the underpass and turn right at the intersection toward the high school its about 500 meters and youll see it on the right.


#9 – Love Castle – the sex museum you’ve never heard about (Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do)


Gyeongju is known for having plenty of touristy things to see within a bus ride’s distance. Bulguksa, Seokguram Grotto, and plenty of tombs make the area a worthy destination – but this one’s for the adults. You’ll go between outdoor and indoor exhibits – be sure to pull the penis in the second exhibition room to see what happens. There’s plenty of interactive and photo ops here, so don’t forget the camera!

From Gyeongjus Express Bus Terminal, turn right and go around the corner for the intercity bus terminal. Look for yellow bus 10 or 11 and get off at the 하동점마을 (Ha-dong-jeom ma-eul) bus stop. A taxi from here costs about 17,000 won.

From Gyeongju train station, go out the exit and walk straight to the intersection. Youll want to cross the LEFT crosswalk near the IBK bank. Walk 50 meters to the bus stop. Look for yellow bus 11 and get off at the 하동점마을 (Ha-dong-jeom ma-eul) bus stop.


#8 – Unjusa – where weird stone statues are more interesting than the temple’s buildings (Hwasun-gun, Jeollanam-do)

Korea9 has no shortage of temples, but few temples have remained a mystery despite four excavations and two academic studies done over seven years. One legend has to do with the Korean belief of geomancy (not unlike feng shui). It was believed the peninsula was unbalanced because the southwest area had fewer mountains than the southeast. A monk named Doseon then called down fairies/stone masons from heaven to build these pagodas and statues. Before they could be finished, however, the rooster crowed and the fairies/stone masons returned to the masons. One more likely theory is that this was a school to learn carving for Buddhist temples – whatever the case, it’s a one-of-a-kind temple worthy of a visit.

From Gwangjus Express Bus Terminal, exit via gate 3 and walk straight to the bus platform. If youre taking a train to Gwangju, take the citys only subway line to Nongseong station (농성역), then take exit 5 to street level. Walk 300 meters and look for the bus terminal on your left. Either way, follow the arrows for bus 318 or 218 to the platform on the left and wait.

Jump on bus 318 for Jung-jang (중장) or 218 (IMPORTANT: only take buses with 운주사 (Un-ju-sa) sign for the 1 hour 30 minute ride). You may be in for a wait the 218 comes every 45 minutes to an hour, while the 318 going all the way to 중장 a handful of times daily (6:50am, 9:57am, 1:32pm, 4:33pm, and 8:50pm, as of this posts published date). Double-check with the bus driver before getting on to avoid getting stranded or stopping short!

#7 – Amethyst Cavern Park – Ulsan


Simply calling it a kitschy cave doesn’t do justice to kitschiness. Or caves. A few of the surprises inside include faux skeletons in the Egypt Hall, an interesting evolution of humans (all nude, naturally), and at least one miner with a hand on his shoulder that’s not connected to anyone. It is a real cave (watch for drips from the ceiling), and some amethysts are scattered around. Oh yeah – don’t forget the large model of Dokdo’s islands and a few amusement park rides to fill out the afternoon.

From the Ulsan KTX station, take bus 323 to the park. This bus only comes once every 1 1/2 hours, so consider taking a taxi  for the 20-minute ride. From the bus stop, walk to the first intersection and take a right, then stay straight through the second intersection and look for the entrance on the left. WARNING: the bus stop is over a kilometer from the entrance.


#6 – Namhae Treasure Island Garlic Land – a museum dedicated to garlic (Namhae-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do)


The museum claims this is the “The Only Garlic Exhibition Hall in the Nation,” which I believe. The first main hall talks about the history of garlic, its introduction to Korea, the varieties of garlic seen around the world, and so on. There’s a surprising amount of English here, and the Dangun myth is mentioned since garlic is a part of it.

You’re also a short bus ride away from the Namhae German Village – not as weird, but a beautiful area with authentic-looking German houses nonetheless.

From Namhae Bus Terminal, take a left out the terminal, then another left around the corner, and look for the bus stop. Youll need to jump on a bus going towards 미조 (Mee-jo) ask the bus driver or look at the front window of the bus. Ride to 다정마을 (Da-jeong-ma-eul), which is about 6 stops out. Once off the bus, keep walking about 350 meters in the same direction and youll see it on the right. 


#5 – Yecheon Space Center – bounce on the moon, try the gyroscopic device, and watch dinosaurs? (Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do)


It’s not just a fun field trip for elementary-schoolers – the Yecheon Space Center gives you the chance to feel some G’s, bounce like you’re on the moon, and more. The displays are a bit dated, and the planet models outside are showing their age, but jumping like you’re on the moon is awesome! The winch is raised to a person’s height, then the springs kick in. In the space simulator, your brain is tricked into thinking you’re going up thanks to a video and clever tilting. There’s almost no English around, but the staff are good about guiding you around.

From Dong Seoul Terminal, get to Yecheon Intercity Bus Terminal. From there, take a bus for Gamcheon (감천), Oncheon (온천), Beolbang (벌방), or Punggi (풍기). These dont come very often about every 1 1/2 hours so consider getting a taxi for the 15 minute ride.


#4 – Bugok Hawaii AKA Buddhist hell – where water park meets Buddhist hell (Changnyeong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do)


Opened in 1983, Bugok Hawaii is one part hot springs resort, one part amusement park, one part outdoor attractions, and one part a display of Buddhist hell. Wait, what? Don’t ask me how all of these parts came together, as I genuinely do not know. As you enter the hotel/indoor hot springs area, you might pass by the life-size models of creatures from Predator and Alien. You’ll need to head up the hill behind the hot springs to discover the rather graphic stone statues – between hands being cut off and being caught in a huge masher (like you see above), it’s a bit brutal.

From Daegu’s Seobu Bus Terminal (Seongdangmot station, line 1, exit 3) or Busan’s Seobu Bus Terminal (Sasang station, line 2). 14 buses a day make the 1 hour 10 minute trip to Bugok.

From Seoul’s Nambu Bus Terminal, (Nambu terminal station, line 3), 4 buses a day make the 4 1/2 hour trip to Bugok. Note that there may be a stop along the way to Changnyeong.

Once at Bugok’s Bus Terminal, exit and make two quick lefts. Bugok Hawaii should be in front of you and one of the largest buildings around. Walk to the right for the entrance.


#3 – Modo Sculpture Park – a beach full of erotic sculptures (Incheon, Gyeonggi-do)


Requiring at least four different forms of transportation to reach, the 모도조각공원 (mo-do jo-gak gong-won) is the final resting places of Lee Il-ho’s art. His sculptures were exhibited in New York and Miami in the late 1990’s, though several dozen of them have found their way back here. A small cafe has an art guide along with coffee and bagels, while a hotel lets you stay by the art and beach. This is not a swimmable beach, however – you’ll sink into the mud, which makes it quite difficult to get in or out of the water.

Take the AREX (Airport Express) line to Unseo station on Yeongjong-do (the same island as Incheon International Airport). Take the only exit to street level, then walk down the main road away from the train station. Youll see the Lotte Mart on your left. Cross the road, and take a left. Hop on bus 710, ride for about 20 minutes, then get off at the dock (삼목선착장 Sam-mok-seon-chak-jang). Ferries go to Sindo (신도) once an hour at 10 minutes past the hour. Once on Sindo Island, get on the only bus around the schedule is coordinated with the ferry schedule, so itll leave shortly after the ferry arrives. The bus takes about 15 minutes to the turnaround point get off there. From the bus stop, its about a kilometer walk to the sculpture park follow the road to the T, turn right, and follow the road some more.


#2 – Great Stone Face Sculpture Park (Eumseong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do)


Thank Jeong Geun-hui (정근회) for his efforts to help rehabilitate people with mental issues. He established Eumseong Mental Hospital, and in 1991, completed work at the Great Stone Face Sculpture Park. The project put 400 sculpture artists to work, and has filled a 170,000 pyeong park (about 561,000 square meters) with over 1,000 statues of people – and another 700 or so of animals. It makes for an easy and surprisingly obscure day trip from Seoul. Bonus points if you keep score in the “who’s that?” game or the “what do these people have in common?” game.

From Seouls Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take a bus to Saenggeuk they come about once an hour and take 1 hour and 20 minutes. From elsewhere in Korea, get to Cheongjus Bus Terminal and take a frequent bus to Saenggeuk. Either way, be aware that its one of several stops the bus will make be looking out the window and ensure you get off at the right bus stop!

Once at Saenggeuk Bus Terminal, you can either catch a shuttle bus that goes to the aforementioned hospital (which is in the center of it all) or take a taxi. Its about a 10 minute ride either way. The shuttle bus comes once an hour, at 20 past most hours, while the taxi costs about 7,000 won.


And my number one, weirdest place in Korea is…?


#1 – The umbilical cord shrine for King Sejong’s children (Seongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do)


The middle of nowhere seems the perfect place to keep these… interesting… parts of long-dead royalty. You already know King Sejong from legend – during his reign, he collected the taeshil (umbilical cords and placentas) of his children and moved them from Gyeongbokgung palace to their present-day location of Seongju. This took from 1438 to 1442 (no KTX trains back in the day, apparently). Between a friendly tour guide and a large sign displaying the different layers, you’ll get a sense of what’s going on without too much trouble. Walk a few minutes to the nearby temple Seonseoksa (선석사). First built in 692 AD and moved here in 1361, it became the guardian temple for the umbilical cords.

From Dongdaegu train station or any of the Daegu Express Bus Terminals, hop on the Daegu subway to Seongdangmot station on line 1. Take exit 3 to street level, then look behind you for the 서부정류장 (seo-bu-jeong-ryu-jang), or the Seobu intercity bus terminal. Hop on a bus to Seongju (성주 direct buses go from Seouls Nambu Bus Terminal to Seongju, but only 4 times a day). Once at Seongju, youll need to get on a local bus heading towards Chojeon (초전). Check the terminals wall for departure times. Tell the bus driver youre going to 세종대왕 자태실 (Se-jong-dae-wang ja-tae-shil). Alternatively, a taxi from Seongju bus terminal would take about 20 minutes grab his card and call him back when youre ready to move on!

Again, there’s plenty more in my book Weird and Wonderful Korea (available ine-book or 330-page paperback). Go check it out!