Crazy Word: Man goes jogging naked on street

Also: Man sues wife for ‘constant beating’

Kuwait policemen patrolling a neighbourhood in the capital late night had thought it was a mirage when they saw a man running naked. When they drove next to him, they realized it was not a mirage.

The Egyptian was galloping on the pavement in the middle of the night with only a piece of garbage bag wrapped around his waist.

When the police asked him why he was naked, he stammered.
 
"They then took him to the station and were informed that the Egyptian’s employer has just reported him,” Alrai daily said.
 
"Police said they were informed by the employer that he had caught him naked with his housemaid at her room….he said that when the Egyptian saw him, he just jumped out and ran away without his clothes.”

An unidentified husband, in what is believed to be a strange case in the history of Kuwait’s judiciary, has filed a lawsuit against his wife accusing the woman of beating him, reports Al-Qabas daily.

Man sues wife for 'constant beating'

The couple was married five years ago and the man accuses the wife of constant beating.

The husband sued his wife but was scared to face her in court fearing confrontation in public. Nonetheless, the wife put up a brave face and accompanied by her mother was present in court to answer charges.

Husband has told his friends that the situation became unbearable because his children always witnessed what was going on within the confines of his home.

Nonetheless, he says he has recorded the incident with the help of surveillance cameras which he had fixed in his home.

Tutors talk sex in front of minor kids

A father sent his 10-year-old son to school in New Jersey with an hidden audio recorder.

According to 'huffingtonpost.com', Akian who has autism was accused of being violent in class and hitting his teacher.

The father who made the child wear a hidden audio recorder was shocked to learn that the teacher and the aide were engaged in inappropriate conversations and joking about alcohol abuse and sex lives in front of students.

Man kills wife for taking gift from youth

A suspicious husband killed his wife and made it appear as an accident.

The man from a North Indian state killed his wife with a countrymade pistol because he suspected she was having an affair with a youth who gifted her a fridge, reported Times of India.

Autopsy confirms she died due to bullet shot.

Police arrest 6-year-old who threatens, kicks principal

Police in a small Indiana town hauled a six-year-old from his elementary school and charged him with battery and intimidation after he kicked and threatened a principal, police said on Wednesday.

The incident followed one earlier in April where police handcuffed a 6-year-old girl who was screaming and crying and had injured a principal and damaged property at an elementary school in Milledgeville, Georgia. She was not charged. (Reuters)

Faking out the dead

Indentity thieves in the US are attacking graves. Personal details of the deceased are used by the desperate to seek credit products, reported Huffingtonpost.com.

Personal information of about 2.5 million dead Americans are used every year by fraudsters to claim credit services. They usually follow obituary notices to plan their strategy. 

3 girls expelled over Facebook jokes

The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a northwest Indiana school district that it says expelled three eighth-graders for joking on Facebook about which of their classmates they would like to kill.
 
The lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court in Hammond alleges Griffith Public Schools violated the three 14-year-old girls' free speech rights.
 
The girls were suspended and later expelled in January after a classmate's mother alerted school officials to the Facebook posts. The suit says school officials told the girls they had violated school policy against bullying, harassment and intimidation.
 
ACLU attorney Gavin Rose says it was clear the girls were joking because their remarks were accompanied by smiley faces and other emoticons.
 
School officials didn't immediately return a phone call seeking comment.

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