US: Three men have fathered an astonishing 78 children in Tennessee with 46 different women. They don't even pay the women for child support, reports Daily Mail.
Desmond Hatchett has a record 30 children with 11 women. Terry Turnage's score is 23 children with 17 women. Richard M Colbert has 25 children with 18 women.
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The mothers of 78 children have moved the court to make the fathers pay child support. However, two of the fathers, who barely pay a penny, are already in the process of trying to get their child support payments lowered.
One of the mothers was in fact shocked to learn that the man (Turnage) with whom she spent eight years of her life, has 20 other kids that she was totally unaware of. Turnage was one of the men who filed a petition to lower his child support payments for the mothers of his children, the daily said.
The woman claimed that Turnage hardly payed child support. In the past he has paid between $6 and $9 to each mother by splitting whatever he earned among all 17 women who gave birth to his 23 children. The man barely earns anything and has served prison terms for the last three years - and still managed to add 9 more children to his growing brood.
Hatchett is the other guy who had requested the court to reduce his payments even though he merely pays $1.49 per child per month. He is currently serving jail term.
Nasty email about boss costs woman $10k
AUSTRALIA: An employee who resigned from her position at work was not happy about the circumstances under which she had to resign. She, therefore, burnt her bridges and sent her colleagues an email saying that her boss viewed his job as a 'paid vacation'.
She wrote other nasty things and called him names as well in her email and said he had a "questionable and dishonest character".
The boss was left feeling nauseated when the email reached him and he read his subordinate's opinion about him.
He sued his subordinate for sending out the email to all the employees in the company and the court ordered the woman to pay $10,000, according to The Daily Telegraph in Sydney.
The woman was employed as accounts manager in a company that supplied industrial parts. She told the management in her resignation letter that her boss was 'untrustworthy and cunning by nature' and she was quitting because she had been "guttered (sic) by your most recent attempts to bully me into leaving".
Doctor kills husband for demanding intimate relationship
MUMBAI: A doctor of alternate medicine strangulated her husband to death because he wanted an intimate relationship with his wife.
The couple had been married for two decades and had an 18-year-old daughter.
The woman, a Mumbai resident, killed her spouse and told the police officials that he was repairing a fan when he died of an electric shock. However, the post mortem report clearly stated that the deceased man had been strangled to death and had a crack in his skull, reveals Mid-Day.
The couple had allegedly fought after the husband demanded intimacy second time that night. The doctor rejected her husband's advances and pushed him hard. The husband, who was an alcoholic, lost his balance and fell and hit his head on the wall.
The wife took this opportunity to strangle the unconscious man to death with a towel.
Man beheads daughter with sword
INDIA: A 20-year-old girl was beheaded with a sword by her father in the Indian state of Rajasthan on Sunday.
The man was marched to the nearest police station by other villagers, along with the girl's head and the blood-stained sword, reports news agency IANS.
The father had allegedly been found roaming the streets of the village with his daughter's severed head dangling from one hand.
The father defended his action by saying that his daughter had relationships with many men and despite his warnings, she refused to listen to him.
In a fit of rage over being disobeyed, he cut his daughter's head off. The father has been arrested.
There have been several cases of honour killings in Rajasthan.
Teacher ordered class to line up and hit ‘bully'
US: A Texan teacher will lose her job after ordering more than 20 primary school students to line up and hit a classmate accused of being a bully.
The teacher at a San Antonio school is accused of orchestrating the slug-fest after a younger teaching colleague went to her last month seeking suggestions on how to discipline the six-year-old, according to a police report from the Judson Independent School District.
Both teachers at Salinas Elementary were placed on paid administrative leave, though the one who allegedly arranged the punishment will not work for the district next school year, said district spokesman Steve Linscomb.
Prosecutors are reviewing the allegations and will determine whether formal charges will be filed in 30 to 60 days.
The police report alleges the teacher chose to show the child "why bullying is bad" by instructing his peers to "hit him!" and "hit him harder!"
It also states that the second teacher intervened only after one of the children hit the boy hard on his upper back.
"Twenty-four of those kids hit him and he said that most of them hit him twice," Amy Neely, the mother of six-year-old Aiden, told KENS-TV. She did not specify what injuries her son may have received.
Ms Neely said her son is not a problem child and that this was the first she'd heard of teachers having issues with him.
She said she wants to make sure the teacher who ordered the hitting does not work in a classroom again.
"She doesn't need to be around any children," Ms Neely said.
The mother said - and the police report confirmed - that some of Aiden's classroom friends told him they didn't want to hit the boy but did so because they were afraid not to.
She said she learned about what happened to her son after a teacher who witnessed the incident and intervened went on to report it two weeks later.
Mr Linscomb said Ms Neely filed an official oppression complaint against the teachers with the district police department earlier this week.
A message left by AP with Ms Neely was not immediately returned.
Mr Linscomb said other students had perceived the boy as being a bully.
That's when the teacher went with her students to a nearby classroom and sought disciplinary advice from her colleague, he said.
The district placed both teachers on paid administrative leave and launched an investigation on May 18.
District officials have not released the names of either teacher. The one who asked for help disciplining the boy and then waited to report the incident after witnessing it was reprimanded.
"We can't have teachers acting like a loose cannon," Mr Linscomb said of the teacher who orchestrated the hitting incident.
"Doing something that's this far off the charts, doing what they feel like is teaching (students) a lesson; we're not going to tolerate that."