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50+ threesome admit to having sex with animal

Aged trio admit to sex with animal

AUSTRALIA: In a shocking turn of events, two women and a man have admitted performing sexual acts with an animal.

The maximum penalty for committing bestiality is 10 years' jail, reports Herald Sun.

Court documents reveal that earlier there were more charges of similar acts against each defendant that were dismissed.

The documents reveal the offence occurred at Ovingham between November 2008 and May 2010. The species of the animal that was victimised is not mentioned in the court papers.

The trio are 51, 52 and 58 years old and have admitted their disgusting crime.

The psychologist's report is awaited.

 

Teen steals Dh70,000 for chat boyfriend

INDIA: An online fraudster was caught red-handed by the police after he convinced a girl via online chat to steal money from her parents and provide the cash to him as he had run massive losses in his business venture.

The 17-year-old daughter of a diamond merchant in a Mumbai suburb met the con man through BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) and convinced the girl that he was in love with her which provided her the impetus to steal about Dh70,000 (Rs7.5 lakh) from home, reveals Mid-Day.

When the parent discovered the money and other valuables such as a Rolex watch missing from his home, the housemaids were rounded up by the police. The diamond merchant's nephew was also charged with robbery. However, the authorities failed to solve the case.

The father of the teenager got suspicious when he saw his daughter constantly glued to her BlackBerry. He laid a trap for her. He kept about Dh2,000 in his safe in the presence of his daughter and moved from the room on the pretext of going to the restroom.

The daughter immediately tried to remove the cash from the safe and was caught red-handed by the father.

The girl told the authorities that her chat boyfriend lived in Delhi and his 'business' of fixing cricket matches was not doing too well and hence she was sending him whatever money she could lay her hand on to him so that he would not be depressed. The man would either come down in person to collect the money from the girl or she would wire transfer the money to his account.

The police lay another trap for the Delhi businessman. The girl was asked to ask him to visit Mumbai for soe more cash and he was apprehended. The man had invested the money he received from the girl in a Delhi bank.

The police officials suspect the man to be a serial robber and he could have played the same game with other unsuspecting young girls.

 

"This is your captain speaking, I'm passing out'

UK: A British Airways flight made an emergency landing after both pilots almost "passed out" at the controls just after take-off.

The captain and first officer reported they were feeling 'light headed' as the jet climbed at 20,000 feet, reports Daily Mail.

Passengers allegedly heard the captain call out to a cabin crew member for help.

The pilots were given oxygen masks and requested an immediate return to Heathrow where the plane landed safely.

An unidentified person writing on a professional pilots' website wrote that they were on the flight when about 20 minutes in "a very abrupt and panicked message came over the PA from the pilot" and that the plane headed back to Heathrow "at great speed".

In a statement British Airways said: "The pilots reported feeling light-headed so, as a precaution and following normal procedure, put on their oxygen masks.

"Our pilots are highly trained to deal with such circumstances."

 

Woman fakes pregnancy and snatches baby from hospital

WELLINGTON: A New Zealand woman who allegedly fooled her family for nine months into believing she was pregnant walked into a hospital saying she had gone into labour and abducted a baby, police said Tuesday.

When 24-year-old Neha Narayan, of Fijian-Indian descent, told her partner she was about to give birth last Wednesday he dropped her off at Auckland's Middlemore hospital where she was able to roam the maternity ward.

She was found holding one baby which she said she comforting and later she was handed an Indian baby by a hospital staff member who believed she was the mother, police spokeswoman Ana-Mari Gates-Bowey said.

"On her way out of the hospital, when she had a small two-day-old Indian child with her that she'd taken from the birthing unit, a nurse stopped her in her tracks, and asked her to come back inside," she told Radio Newstalk ZB.

The parents also saw her carrying their child and alerted other staff who called the police as Narayan made her way to where her partner was waiting in the car.

Narayan has been charged with abduction and will appear in court later in the month.

 


TVs you can talk to, without sounding crazy

US: Talking to the TV is usually a sign of extreme agitation, mental instability or loneliness.

LG Electronics is set to make it a more rational behaviour this year, with a range of TVs that respond to speech.

The company will sell a remote with its high-end flat-panel TVs that contains a microphone.

You'll be able to speak into the microphone to enter text on the TV for Twitter updates and web searches.

But you won't be able to change the channel or control the volume by yelling at the TV.

Smart TVs are a popular theme at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

LG Electronics USA showed off its new TVs, ahead of the official opening.

Other companies are expected to reveal ways to make it easier to tap into the "smarts" of today's TVs.

 


Migrants 'must learn about deodorant'


AUSTRALIA: Migrants should be taught about the importance of wearing deodorant and waiting in queues without pushing in, says the Federal Opposition in Australia.

Cultural awareness training should also be given by employers bringing skilled migrants into Australia, the coalition's citizenship spokeswoman Teresa Gambaro told The Australian.

In an interview with the daily, the executive said she was concerned about new migrants not integrating into the community because Australia had failed to teach them about cultural issues related to health, hygiene and lifestyle.

Gambaro's comments have angered a lot of people, both Australians and non-Australians for targeting ethnic groups.

One reader, Piero of Canberra says: "This is absolutely nonsense! Are you saying Aussies never jump the queues? Sounds like the 2nd Pauline Hanson!! Should we start teaching Aussie not to scratch windows on trains and buses when they are bored? Should we teach Aussie not to paint someone's wall with graffiti? Ms Gambaro should seriously learn to think before she opens up her mouth to talk."

Another reader, Kris retorts: "What I am really diappointed about is the the way it was raised - it seems to exclusively allocated to skilled migrants/migrants. It can and does come across as stereotyping, generalising to one group (dare I say a few select ethic groups). It gives the impression people making and agreeing with these comments are small minded, perhaps have little understanding of the diversity of people and their cultures around the world."

Yet another reader called Gambaro's statement 'ourageous'. Kate Goulding continues: "I have been living in our multi-cultural society all my life and have never found citizens from another culture to have any personal hygiene or offensive behaviour issues. In fact I am more offended by what you may consider Ms Gambaro as real aussies with their loud often publicly foul mouths, badly dressed and ignorant behaviour. You need to remember that our country has been enriched by our diverse cultures in everyway."

 After the major hue and cry that erupted following Gambaro's statement, the Australian Federal MP has apologised for her comments. "The comments were taken out of context, are inappropriate and do not reflect Coalition policy," Ms Gambaro said in a statement on Tuesday.

"As someone who has come from a migrant family herself, I am proud of the contribution that generations of migrants have made to Australia, and I would not want my reported comments, however inaccurate, to leave the impression that this contribution is not recognised.  People should be properly supported when they come to Australia as migrants," she was quoted as saying by Herald Sun.

 


 

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