In India, public defecation is a serious problem. This public service announcement attempts to combat the issue with a silly song and surreal, animated music video.
It might not be for everyone, but to its credit, the musical PSA, entitled “Poo Party,” manages to make an unsavory topic both memorable and entertaining. And that’s to say nothing of how catchy its refrain is: “Take the poo to the loo.”
A year ago, micro penis owners across Brooklyn were the focus of Kings County Bar’s first ever Smallest Penis In Brooklyn Pageant—the ultimate wet t-shirt contest for infinitesimal penises. The event was such a diminutive hit, they’ve decided to continue the tradition: the second annual Smallest Penis In Brooklyn Pageant will take place on Saturday, June 14th at the Bushwick bar.
Here’s all the important info about the event for any prospective participants:
Our expert judges will take every little thing into account, including the contestants’ poise in both evening wear and bathing wear, talent, personality, and how well they represent the ideal of a man with a small dong. This day is about celebrating the fun-sized guys. Well-hung men shouldn’t even think about crashing, they will be ejected from the pageant and humiliated! Anyone who is interested in becoming a contestant, or who would like to be a judge (little experience required), please send email to SPB.Brooklyn@gmail.com. You must be over 21, and you must be able to attend in person (no photo or video entries.)
Admission for the day will cost $5, first come first serve; there’s a limited number of VIP seats (find out more here), which come with micro-bottle service and “personal attention from a penis kitten.” We’re working on clarifying what that means. In addition to a crown, the title of Mr. Smallest Penis In Brooklyn 2014, and the undeniable envy of your peers, the winner of the contest will also receive a cash donation to the charity of his choice (which could be himself).
According to Charleston police, 31-year-old Ronnie Lee Warfield was arrested and charged with public defecation and indecent exposure after an incident in the lobby of the Francis Marion Hotel.
When officers arrived at the hotel around 3:45 a.m. Sunday, they found a “large quantity of fecal matter” on the lobby floor just a few feet from the bathroom. A security guard told officers the man who had defiled the lobby floor was in the bathroom, the report states.
An officer walked into the bathroom and found Warfield cleaning himself in one of the stalls; the door was open and he was exposed to anyone walking in, according to the report.
“I didn’t mean to do it,” Warfield reportedly told the officer. “I couldn’t hold it.”
The report states Warfield was detained once he had put his pants back on, and another officer talked to the hotel’s night auditor about what she saw.
Warfield reportedly interrupted them, telling the hotel employee: “I can clean it up.”
According to the report, hotel employees told police they watched Warfield from the hotel’s camera system. He was trying to enter the code for the restroom door and appeared to be having trouble, so he took off his pants and defecated on the lobby floor.
Employees offered the surveillance footage to police and asked that Warfield be banned from the hotel.
Warfield was taken to the Al Cannon Detention Center for holding. His bond was set at $940.
A 39-year-old woman was arrested Saturday after seven bodies of dead infants were discovered in a Pleasant Grove home, and officials said they believe that, over a 10-year period, she gave birth to six of the children then killed them.
Pleasant Grove Police responded to the home at 530 E. 200 North after residents who were cleaning out a garage found what they believed to be a dead infant in a container.
Capt. Michael Roberts, Pleasant Grove PD, said the residents found “a suspicious package with a pungent smell, and they opened the package partially and found what they believed to be a deceased infant in the box and they called police.”
When they arrived, police found the infant to be at full term, according to a press release from the Pleasant Grove Police Department.
Roberts said a search warrant was obtained and “subsequently six more bodies of infants were found in separate containers, cardboard boxes.”
According to the press release, “During the course of the investigation information was obtained that; over a 10 year period a 39 year old female gave birth to the infants and then killed them.”
According to a probable cause statement released Monday morning, Huntsman admitted to strangling or suffocating the babies immediately after they were born.
Megan Huntsman was booked into the Utah County Jail and faces six counts of murder. Police officials later told FOX 13 News that there are six charges because investigators believe one of the seven was a stillborn child.
On Monday morning, a judge set Huntsman’s bail at $1 million for each count of murder, for a total of $6 million.
FOX 13 News’ Carly Figueroa spoke with neighbors and officials, see the video above for those interviews.
Huntsman had not lived in the home since 2011. Police said Huntsman had shared the home with her husband, a Mr. West, and they had lived there for some time. The man served nine years in federal prison on drug distribution related charges. Police told FOX 13 News the couple was estranged.
The home has two separate residences. The bodies were found in the upper residence with its attached garage, and that residence had not been lived in since 2011 when Huntsman left.
Police said Huntsman told them West was the father of the infants, and police said they believe her. They said they believe the infants were born and killed between 1996 and 2006 while West was not imprisoned. Police said West is not considered a suspect in the infants’ death.
West was among those who found the first infant, and Roberts said, “there’s a strong possibility,” the man opened the box to find his own child dead inside.
Police said the home was owned by West’s parents, who had overseen the home during the time Huntsman lived there while West was in prison.
West returned Saturday, which is when he started to clear out the home. That is when he and those helping him found a box that smelled bad and appeared to contain a dead infant.
Police said during the time Megan Huntsman was living at the home she was there with three children of hers and West’s. Those children are now 13, 18 and 20.
Neighbor Kathie Hawker said Huntsman had moved out of the home after what they called a struggle with substance abuse.
“Yeah, we were worried about her because we could see that she was not looking in good health, and we were worried about the children that lived there with her, her three daughters lived there,” Hawker said.
Kathie’s husband, Aaron Hawker, said it is shocking to learn Huntsman was allegedly pregnant so many times.
He said: “She always looked kind of slim, I mean, to have this many babies full term, it’s like… Where were they?”
Police said several warrants have been issued in the case, including a search warrant for Huntsman’s West Valley City home.
Dauphin RCMP are looking for a suspicious man and his pantyhose.
On Mar. 31, at approximately 6 p.m., a female motorist was flagged down on Highway 5, roughly 10 kilometres west of Dauphin, by a man. This individual approached the vehicle and indicated he was in possession of pantyhose and a condom.
As he attempted to continue the bizarre conversation, the woman drove away.
The next day, another woman, sitting in her vehicle on 1st Avenue NE in Dauphin, was approached by a man selling pantyhose. The woman reported the incident to Dauphin RCMP.
The man is described as being in his 30s with light hair, wearing a black coat and dark pants. He was seen driving a white, newer-model truck.
Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to contact the Dauphin RCMP at (204) 622-5020 or call Manitoba CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
The thing that you always suspected about sexting has been scientifically confirmed: Much of that meticulously described lingerie and ecstatic stroking is a lie. A new study in the April issue of the journal Computers in Human Behavior amassed 155 college students, winnowed them down to 109 “active sexters,” and grilled them about their mendacious ways with SMS. Just under half (48 percent) admitted that, mid-text session, they had misrepresented to their committed partners “what they were wearing, doing, or both.”
Researchers also unmasked a gender difference in deception, finding that 45 percent of women bent the truth in their sexts, compared to 24 percent of men. Most of the surveyed students (67 percent) claimed they fibbed for their partner’s benefit, presumably to fuel the daydream, while a third copped to fibbing because they were bored.
Of course, we all lie in person too—is a fake sext any different from a fake orgasm? As a medium, sexting feels peculiarly suited to a more benign type of fabrication (also known as storytelling): It aims to construct a shared fantasy of togetherness with someone who is not physically present. “Wildly imaginative leaps are possible,” writes Maureen O’Connor in her excellent deep dive into the genre. The simulated “self of sexting can be markedly different from the self who actually has sex,” and isn’t that kind of the point?
O’Connor also notes that “55 percent of women and 48 percent of men have engaged in ‘consensual but unwanted sexting,’ i.e., sexting when they’re not that into it.” These could be the bored people who lie. However, at least for women, the statistics on ‘consensual but unwanted’ regular sex look the same: 55 percent of women have done it (compared to 26 percent of men). Since rote erotic acts seem pretty frequent, perhaps our lies do hint at disengagement from the person at the other end of the line, or on the other side of the bed. But in this case, as in so many others, the technology seems to be abetting a natural human impulse, not rewiring our brains.
As for how many people lie when sexting with randos they aren’t committed to, we’ll have to wait for another study to see the numbers on that, but life experience tells me it will be greater than 48 percent.
On the afternoon of April 10, 2014, 29-year-old Ryan Trembly entered Bubbles Hair Salon on a mission. It wasn’t give him a style that would turn heads and attract a new mate, though. Ryan was actually planning to rob the place.
He walked up to the receptionist, put his hand under his under shirt, and demanded that she give him the money in the register. Unfortunately for him, the young lady fooled behind the counter was not fooled by his finger gun. Instead, she simply laughed in his face,
The receptionist also pointed out to reporters (and hopefully not to him) how stupid it was to rob a hair salon since a bank was right next door…although to Ryan’s credit, he may have been correctly setting the bar low with regards to his criminal abilities.
After having completely failed at the robbery (and being completely emasculated), Ryan decided that now was the best time to spit some game, attempting to make small talk with the receptionist before leaving the salon.
The Koblenz-based customs office described the couple, from the central state Hesse, as “elderly” and said more than €200,000 was found between them.
The man and woman underwent a body search and €8,000 was found in the woman’s clothes.
Officers then discovered four bundles of cash taped to the man’s genitals, including three wads of cash of €50,000 each. Also taped on was a slightly smaller bundle, worth €44,900.
Travellers carrying more than €10,000 of cash across borders within the European Union are supposed to declare the money to customs. The couple face a large fine, said the Koblenz office.
“The travellers were asked if they were carrying more than €10,000 in cash and were told that it was an offence, and they said no,” the customs office said in a statement.
Authorities say the two thieves, aged 18 and 19, nearly died after being stung by the poisonous fire ants in the attack in Ayopaya, western Bolivia.
Dr Roberto Paz, of Bolivia’s Cochabamba hospital, said one was in intensive care while the other needed dialysis for kidney failure.
A sister of one of the men – who are accused of stealing three motorbikes – said that villagers had held them for nearly three days.
They were only freed on Saturday when relatives paid a ransom of around £2,200 – nearly four times Bolivia’s average annual wage.
Villagers had demanded the payment as compensation for the loss of the motorbikes.
The sister said that the men would have died if her relatives had not paid the ransom.
The venomous ants – whose scientific name is pseudomyrmex triplarinus – live on the triplaris tree, which grows throughout Central and South America.
Their poison can be deadly but is used in small doses as a traditional cure for arthritis.