Man stabbed for stepping on foot
NEW DELHI: A 24-year-old man was repeatedly stabbed in Delhi suburbs for accidentally stepping over the his friend's foot, Indian television channel NDTV reported.
The incident took place in Sultanpuri when Ravi came over to meet his friend Deepak.
"Deepak moved a little forward to greet Ravi and accidentally stepped on his friend's foot while greeting him. An argument broke out as they were under the influence of alcohol and came to blows," a police official told the news channel.
Ravi, a drug addict, stabbed Deepak four times with a knife.
Neighbours intervened and rushed Deepak to Sanjay Gandhi Hospital while Ravi fled from the spot.
Man charged over swordfish stabbing
VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: A man has been charged with using the skeleton of a swordfish to stab another man in Victoria's south-west last year.
Police say the 50-year-old assaulted another man with the bill of the fish in Colac in October last year, The victim suffered minor injuries.
He has been charged with assault with a weapon, summary assault and possession of a weapon.
Is riding a horse while drunk legal?
MONTANA: A Montana Department of Transportation public safety video that features a horse picking up a rider at a bar is intended as a metaphor to encourage drinkers to get a ride home.
But it is being taken literally by some in a state well known for its horse culture.
Helena Police Chief Troy McGee says he's received many calls from residents wanting to know if riding a horse while under the influence is legal. McGee tells the Independent Record newspaper that it is.
Montana law carefully defines a vehicle, and excludes those running under animal power.
The popular 30-second video titled Sober Friend shows a savvy horse carefully obeying traffic laws on a nighttime journey through town before stopping in front of a bar to pick up a rider.
Golfers off Par as plane makes emergency landing
FLORIDA: Golfers at a South Florida course found their game took an unusual turn Saturday afternoon, as a single-engine plane was forced to make an emergency landing in front of them.
One player, Jack Russo, told WSVN-TV the pilot made a perfect landing near the seventh hole as he was about to putt for par on the eighth.
" ... the plane just flew right over my head, it must have been 10 feet, and totally flustered me," said Russo. "I missed the putt."
Pilot Annette Simon, 35, who landed her aircraft on the Greynolds Park Golf Course in North Miami Beach after she heard an unusual noise and experienced engine roughness, said she checked to make sure no one was on the green as she landed.
Simon’s plane was carrying an advertisement banner, which she released before landing safely. The plane later took off again, and landed at North Perry Airport.
Wife-beating diplomat recalled from UK
Questioned by the London police for allegedly assaulting his wife last month, the Indian government has recalled diplomat Anil Verma back home, rpeorts Indian television channel NDTV.
Sources told the news channel that Verma has been transferred back to India immediately and may now face action here.
Verma is the third senior-most diplomat and Minister (economic) in the Indian High Commission in the UK.
When he was questioned by the police, Verma had invoked diplomatic immunity which the Indian government refused to waive after a request from the UK.