Monday, February 18, 2013
Man wants to wed blow-up harem, Jail for exposing nipples in US state and no online porn in ICELAND
Burger King's official Twitter account appears to have been hacked Monday -- instead of promoting the Whopper, it's promoting for McDonalds. At around 12 p.m. EST, Burger King tweeted "We just got sold to McDonalds! Look for McDonalds in a hood near you." The
avatar for the Burger King Twitter account changed to the McDonalds golden arches with a red background, the name changed to McDonalds, and the background photo on the Twitter homepage was replaced with a photo of McDonald’s chicken nuggets and fries.
Iceland is looking to ban online porn. Interior Minister Ögmundur Jónasson is drafting legislation to block the European island's access to pornographic websites on computers, smartphones and videogame consoles. "We have to be able to discuss a ban on violent pornography, which we all agree has very harmful effects on young people and can have a clear link to incidences of violent crime," Jónasson said, the Daily Telegraph reported. Banning porn in the remote country isn't so far fetched. The nation has already banned porn in print, but not on the web. "At the moment, we are looking at the best technical ways to achieve this. But surely if we can send a man to the moon, we must be able to tackle porn on the Internet," Halla Gunnarsdóttir, political adviser to the interior minister, told the Daily Mail. The move would make Iceland the first Western democracy to attempt to censor the Internet. About 320,000 people live in Iceland.
A Florida woman crashed her car into a house early Friday morning while she and her boyfriend were "getting a little amorous" in the vehicle, police say. The car drove through two rooms in the unoccupied home near Daytona Beach at around 5:30 a.m. Friday, and the driver, a 30-year-old woman, was hit by debris and taken to hospital to be checked out, news station WESH reports. The boyfriend was uninjured. The woman, who has been charged with careless driving, told investigators that she and her boyfriend were being romantic before they crashed into the home on the suburban street. "She told the investigating trooper that her and the boyfriend in the car were getting a little amorous and troopers suspect that's probably why she lost control of the vehicle," Florida Highway Patrol spokeswoman Kim Montes told WESH.
A MAN in love with inflatable pool toys has revealed how he lives with 15 of his blow-up buddies - and even says he would marry his favourite. Mark, 20, has been spending time with his unusual friends for six years, but says he is now head over heels for blow-up dragon Lila, who he says is the love of his life. Mark, from Redlands, California, US, refuses to be parted from his friends for more than a day, sleeping with them and even cooking them food so they can sit down to dinner together, The Sun reports. And he says each of the plastic pals has its own personality, and that while some like listening to music, others just like to sleep all day. Mark says he first turned to inflatables when he was just 14, looking for the affection which he says he never got from his mother.
Women who wish to show their nipples in public in North Carolina may be prevented from doing so in the future after politicians proposed new legislation. Females exposing their breasts could soon be a thing of the past in the US state after representatives put forward House Bill 34 that would make it a felony to show the ‘nipple, or any portion of the areola, of the human female breast’.
One of the main cheerleaders of the new proposal and co-sponsor of the bill, is Republican representative Rayne Brown. He said: ‘There are communities across this state, there’s local governments across this state, and also local law enforcement for whom this issue is really not a laughing matter.’ A woman could be imprisoned for six months if they were to contravene the law but there would be exemptions for breast feeding. Rather unfairly, men would also be exempt from the law.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Top Five Weird, Funny & sexy News stories of Feb.15, 2013 in reverses order.......
Top 5-Excess amounts of cola linked to woman's death-Real or false news
Drinking up to 10 litres of Coca-Cola a day was a big factor in the death of a young New Zealand woman, a coroner's inquest found. Natasha Harris, 30, died in 2010 from cardiac arrhythmia (an irregular heartbeat), Fairfax New Zealand News reported. Harris, a mother of eight, had her teeth removed and one of her children's teeth grew in without enamel due to her habit, the inquest reported.
"I find that when all the available evidence is considered, were it not for the consumption of very large quantities of Coke by Natasha Harris, it is unlikely that she would have died when she died and how she died," coroner David Crerar wrote. Coco-Cola, however, disagrees. "The coroner acknowledged that he could not be certain what caused Ms. Harris' heart attack. Therefore we are disappointed that the coroner has chosen to focus on the combination of Ms Harris' excessive consumption of (Coke), together with other health and lifestyle factors, as the probable cause of her death," a spokesman told the inquest.
Top 4-Baby bumps are artist's canvas –Cool idea
SAULT STE- MARIE, Ont. -- Janna Goulay-Pond has a unique canvas for her work. For the last year, the city artist has been painting her creations on the bellies of mothers-to-be. Goulay-Pond has owned and operated her part-time business, Perfectly Painted Faces, for the last five years. She's painted countless faces of all ages at festivals, parties and community events. To hone her craft, Goulay-Pond is often on the Internet reading message boards and forums to learn different techniques from artists around the world. “About a year ago, many makeup artists began posting photos and talking about painting the bellies of pregnant women,” Goulay-Pond said. "I thought it would be a unique and different canvas to work on."
Top 3-Digital ad used to dump boyfriend –What a new idea...
A U.K. woman used a digital ad at a gas station to dump her boyfriend on Valentine's Day. The ad reads "I'm leaving you for Gary. Your clothes are at your mum's. I've changed the locks. Sorry to do this on Valentine's Day," The Sun reported. She took out the ad at an Esso gas station where her boyfriend normally gets lunch. The digital ads normally promote products and sales at the station, and can be rented for $155 a month.
Top 2-Global morning anchor gets unintentionally sexual-Nice video
Her Twitter profile reads, 'If it's in the teleprompter, I will read it.' But Global Saskatoon morning anchor Lisa Dutton made an unfortunate, and unintended, sexual gesture as she described how she helped her son's teething. "He took the big, fat rubber end of my vibrating toothbrush and put it in his mouth," Dutton said, while her co-host, Kevin Stanfield, looked on. It's harmless, but definitely NSFW.
Top 1-Win Boob job door prize-Wow very hot prize
Mardi Gras revellers who hit the bars in Boise, Idaho, this year will be eligible for an unusual door prize -- a $3,000 coupon for breast augmentation surgery. "It's the best Door prize we feel we could give away on this Holiday," reads the Facebook page for the Mardi Gras celebrations at China Blue, Dirty Little Roddy's and The Main street Bistro. All three establishments are owned by Ted Challenger.
We're just trying to put some fun back into Mardi Gras, he told the Idaho Statesmen. It's basically a gift certificate to any surgeon of your choice for $3,000 for a breast augmentation." "Women really are just a sum of their body parts, and when they get them surgically upgraded, they're better! God forbid a woman keep her lowly, God-given 'not-so-goods,'" one disgruntled reader wrote on the Statesman website. The prize is a play on the Mardi Gras tradition of exchanging coloured beads for flashes of boobs.