Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Two People in Pig Masks Harass “Pokemon Go” Players, Then Have Public Sex

Well this couple just set the new standard for a cool, unique date night. On Friday night, a couple in Insjon, Sweden put on PIG MASKS and t-shirts that said “King” and “Queen” . . . and then they went out to a park to HARASS some “Pokemon Go” players. They shined a green laser at a few teenagers playing the game, and the kids ran away scared. Then the couple started having SEX right there in public . . . with their pig masks still on. But people driving by could CLEARLY see them and, naturally, traffic started backing up.  Because if there’s EVER a time to rubberneck, I guess it’s when two people in pig masks are going to town on each other. Someone finally called the cops, but the couple was gone by the time they got there.  They’re still trying to track them down. (NYDaily News)


A Guy Locks a Thief Inside His Store . . . So She Trashes It

An employee at a Shell station in Jacksonville, Florida caught a woman shoplifting about $11 worth of candy bars back in March.  And his plan to keep her until the cops arrived was to lock her inside the store. So . . . she promptly proceeded to trash the place. He let her go at it for almost 10 minutes before he finally realized it wasn’t worth it and let her out.  And she ran away before the cops got there. So why is this just coming out now?  Apparently this woman is a master criminal who the cops still haven’t identified, even though there’s very clear surveillance footage of her. So they just released the video to see if anyone can help identify her. They’re even offering a $3,000 reward. (The Smoking Gun)


More Than One-Third of Managers Annoyed When Job Seekers Get Help from Helicopter Parents

Do mom and dad know best when their children are looking for jobs? Not always, according to the new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam. More than one in three (35 percent) senior managers interviewed said they find it annoying when helicopter parents are involved in their kids’ search for work. Another one-third (34 percent) of respondents prefer mom and dad stay out of the job hunt, but would let it slide. Only 29 percent said this parental guidance is not a problem.A new survey asked hiring managers the craziest things parent have done to try to get their kid a job.  Here are the six best:

1.  “The guy opened his laptop and had his mother Skype in for the interview.”

2.  “A father tried to negotiate a higher salary for his son.”

3.  “A woman brought us a cake to try to convince us to hire her daughter.”

4.  “A candidate was texting his parents the questions I was asking during the interview and waiting for a response.”

5.  “A father called us pretending to be from his son’s previous company and praised him.”

6.  “One parent asked if she could do the interview for her child because he had somewhere to be.”

Other odd things parents would do include:

  • “Parents have arrived with their child’s resume and tried to convince us to hire him or her.”
  • “A job seeker was texting his parent the questions I was asking during the interview and waiting for a response.”
  • “Once a father called us pretending he was from the candidate’s previous company and offered praise for his son.”
  • “Parents have followed up to ask how their child’s interview went.”
  • “A father started filling out a job application on behalf of his kid.”
  • “I had one mother call and set up an interview for her son.”
  • “Moms and dads have called to ask why their child didn’t get hired.”



Florida College Student Kills Couple & Eats Victim’s Face

A 19-year-old Florida State University student with no criminal record was found biting a dead man’s face in South Florida on Monday at the scene of a deadly stabbing, authorities said. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder told reporters that Austin Harrouff may have been on hallucinogenic drugs when he attacked Michelle Mishcon, 53, and John Stevens III, 59, at their Tequesta, Florida, home. Police pronounced Stevens dead at the scene, and later found Mishcon’s body inside the couple’s garage. She is the daughter of the former mayor of North Miami Beach. Martin County Sheriff’s Office officials said a female deputy arrived and found Harrouff on top of Stevens attempting to eat his face. “When she got there she realized that the offender was actually biting the victim in the face and causing what turned out to be some substantial trauma to his face from bite marks,” Sheriff William Snyder said. Deputies were initially unsuccessful in getting Harrouff off of the victim with a stun gun and K-9 dog, officials said. Eventually, four deputies were able to pry him off and arrest him. (Sun-Sentinel)


A Guy Flashes His Junk in Front of a Cop and Admits That Was “Stupid”

I have to imagine this cop will get a lot of mileage out of this story, even if it did burn an image into his eyes that will haunt his dreams. A cop in Lady Lake, Florida was driving on a highway on Saturday night when he saw a 28-year-old guy named Justin Walker running around the streets with his shorts around his ankles and his JUNK flopping around. The cop chased after him and eventually got him to stop.  And Justin walked right towards him with his junk still out. The cop told him to cover up . . . but Justin responded by lifting up his shirt to REALLY give a good view. So he was arrested for indecent exposure and resisting arrest. And when the cop asked him why he was running around with his pants down, he said, quote, “I guess I did something stupid.” (WFTV 9 ABC)


Italian restaurant under fire for selling ‘Black Olives Matter’ merchandise

An Italian restaurant in New Mexico is under fire after making merchandise with a slogan that mimics the Black Lives Matters Movement. Paisano’s in Albuquerque is selling “black olives matter” shirts and hats after making national headlines for putting the phrase on a sign outside the restaurant. Paisano’s owner Rick Camuglia said he emblazoned the phrase on the restaurant’s main sign to sell a new recipe: a tuna dish with black olive tapenade. Camuglia posted pictures of the dish and the sign on Facebook, drawing complaints he was being insensitive and trivializing a movement aimed at trying to stop police shootings of black residents. Within hours of Paisano’s post, Camuglia told Fox News last month the page was flooded with negative comments and the restaurant was inundated with phone calls. Camuglia insisted he was not trying to stir racial tensions and was only trying to sell food. He said that people from all over the world has called his restaurant to show him support. “It’s gone so viral. We’ve gotten calls from Australia, Spain, France, you name it,” Camuglia said. He said that he put the slogan on hats and T-shirts because people who supported the restaurant wanted to by a souvenir of sorts from the restaurant. Camuglia also told that business is booming.  (KOAT TV)



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*Day For The Remembrance of The Slave Trade & Its Abolition
*Valentino Day

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