Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Tiger Woods Fights Line Of Sex Toys

TMZ.com reported that it had a copy of a letter Woods' attorney sent to Pipedream Products, which is already selling the products.TMZ posted a picture it said was of the merchandise in a Los Angeles s...---...More

Monday, March 22, 2010

Botox In Baghdad Iraqis Get Nips, Tucks

Dr. Abbas al-Sahan's patient wasn't a war victim. She didn't have a scar that needed cosmetic surgery. All she wanted was a cute nose. And she got it. Speaking after the surgery, bandages and swelling...---...More

Watermelons Stop Traffic In New Zealand

Wellington - Two tons of watermelons fell from a truck on Auckland's southern motorway on Sunday, closing the highway for more than two hours. Police said sweepers had to use hoses to shift the mes...---...More

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Granny camps out 43 hours for grandson's ice cream

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (AP) -- Here's one Wisconsin grandmother who makes time for her grandson. Michelle Cuestas of Green Bay used two vacation days and camped out for 43 hours to make sure her grandson would be first in line for the 2010 opening of a Stevens Point ice-cream landmark---...More

Police: Woman again tries using cabs to steal TVs

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) -- Police said a North Pole woman accused in December of stealing televisions and hiring a cabbie as her getaway driver is now accused of trying it again. The Fairbanks Dail News-Miner reported that a 27-year-old woman was charged with second-degree felony robbery and misdemeanor theft in the Friday incident, which occurred just one week after she posted bail in the similar case last year....---...More

Accused scratch-off thief returns to same store

BARTOW, Fla. (AP) -- A Winter Haven man was arrested after authorities said he took a winning scratch-off ticket back to the store he had stolen it from a day earlier. The Polk County Sheriff's Office reported that a 22-year-old man stole $70 worth of scratch-off lottery tickets from a Circle K store on Sunday. One of the tickets revealed a $50 prize---...More

Monday, March 1, 2010

Airline charges $80 extra for an aisle seat

New York - David Stewart, a commodities trader in New York, was stunned to learn last week that he would have to pay $80 for an aisle seat he wanted on a Virgin Atlantic flight to London. But ahead of and behind him, an entire section of aisle seats sat empty, apparently because other passengers declined to pay for them. ---...More

Strange Twist to Telecel Fraud Scandal

TELECEL'S US$1.7 million fraud claims last week took a new twist with police saying the mobile operator had not made any report despite a glut of public statements on the matter. The fraud was report.---...More