According to the arrest report, this North Carolina man called the police in the early morning after his girlfriend refused to have sex with him.Patrick Doggett, 53, the man who placed the call, had been drinking all day and had "no idea" where he was when the police arrived. He explained to the officers that his girlfriend refused to sleep with him owing to the fact that she had her grandchild with her at the time.
Steven Assanti, 33, is now living out of his father's SVU after spending 80 days in a Rhode Island Hospital before being kicked out for ordering a pizza. The 800 lb man was in the hospital undergoing treatment for his eating addiction when he "violated" his care plan by ordering a pizza. "I called everybody ”” everybody you can think of in the state of Rhode Island and nobody seems to be (able to) help me," Assanti's father told local reporters.
Although the Titanic sank over a century ago, there is still one survivor who is finally getting the attention it deserves: a biscuit that was kept in a lifeboat on the luxury cruise-liner is to be auctioned off by "Henry Aldridge & Son auctioneers in Devizes, Wiltshire, on 24 October and is estimated to fetch between £8,000 and £10,000."
An Ohio 22-year-old made a mistake he will probably regret when he sobers up: he called the police to tell them he was "too high." When the police arrived at his house, they found the man "in the fetal position," surrounded by Doritos, Goldfish and Chips Ahoy cookies. Along with calling the cops, he handed them the keys to his car where they uncovered a jar of weed, a glass pipe and other paraphernalia. He will face charges for drug possession.
In one of the strangest lawsuits to come across my desk, kids are claiming that they were forced to harvest pecans for years for a bishop who ran a sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
If you build it, the millennials will come. Chuck-E-Cheese is making a bold move to win over millennials and millennial moms. The chain will now offer beer, wine and lattes on their menus in order to entice moms to make the restaurant their go-to playdate experience.
However, what is most curious is that the victim's father doesn't see any of this as a problem. According to the father of the boy, "I know he told her he was 15. He looks older than his years. He is sex mad. He would have been fully up for this experience and in many ways sees it as a notch on his belt and is totally unaffected by it."
Weird, all around. Everyone needs to be sat down and spoken to severely about what a child of 11 can and can not do with adults no matter how much all parties involved wanted it. Hatt will be forced to register as a sexual predator after the judge overseeing the case noted that their intellectual age gap makes it difficult to determine what was and was not consensual.
9. Elementary Schools Hire Firm to Structure Recess
LOL. So two Edina elementary schools have decided to take recess, the epitome of freedom, and make it more regimented. According to local news sources, they've hired the firm Playworks, which says "Recess can be more inclusive and beneficial to children if it's more structured and if phrases like, "Hey, you're out!" are replaced with "good job" or "nice try."
Sorry, I had to stop myself from gagging.
Apparently Playworks will make sure that children are engaging in organized and structured playtime, so, you know, gym class?
Some of the students and parents have been bucking against the new regime, but the principle of one of the elementary schools in which Playworks operates claims that there have been less visits to the principal's office and the nurse's office since the program has been put in place.
This is both new and tragic. But, since it happened in Florida nothing should really surprise me. A school district in Sarasota, FL, has settled with three families for a payout of $200,000 each for the death of their children after claims that hypnosis brought their deaths.
According to the report, three students were put under hypnosis by their principal. Two of the students in question went on to kill themselves while the third died in a car accident after attempting to hypnotize himself.
The report shows that over 75 students have come forward claiming that their principal attempted to hypnotize them to relieve stress and worry over school work. Clearly, it didn't work.