Sunday, October 28, 2007

Small Bits of News

Barmaid lost her job because her boobs are too small
A barmaid was fuming today after being sacked because her bosses thought her boobs were too small. The 23-year-old 34B cup employee at the Gentleman’s Turf bikini bar in Crawley, West Sussex, was told not to come back after employers saw the way she filled out her skimpy uniform. The uniform was a requirement of the job at the sexy bar.
The woman, who did not want to be named, said: “They told me I couldn’t work there because my breasts were too small.” Manager Gee Evans added: “She made claims on her application form that she had the figure to fill the role but this turned out to be rubbish.”

Toying with doll lands man in hoosegow
A man was arrested after a government agent allegedly found him in an office building restroom lying next to an inflatable, anatomically correct doll with his pants down. Craig S. McCullough, 47, was charged Wednesday with indecent exposure, a misdemeanor.
The criminal complaint against McCullough says he was discovered in the public restroom by an agent for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, which is one of the federal agencies that rents space in the Hach office building.
McCullough was arrested, and Cedar Rapids police took him to the Linn County jail. His arraignment was scheduled later Friday, police spokeswoman Cristy Hamblin said.
Another agency has an outstanding warrant against McCullough, but the reason for that warrant was not immediately clear, Hamblin said. He was still in jail Friday morning and it wasn't clear if he had an attorney.
McCullough's criminal record includes a 2004 conviction for burglarizing Just For Me bridal boutique. Shortly after the burglary, police officers found McCullough in a nearby alley, carrying a mannequin wearing a bridal dress.

Bear bites Alaska woman on the buttocks
A volunteer at the Eagle River Nature Center is recovering after being bitten by a brown bear sow. Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials say Sarah Wallmer was bitten on the buttocks on the Crow Pass Trail, about a mile from the nature center.
The attack happened Thursday as Wallmer was traveling to the Rapids camp yurt. She was running with her dog, about 10 minutes ahead of another volunteer.
Officials say she was making noise on the trail to announce her presence, but the blowing wind probably obscured her voice.
The bear charged her, and she dropped her dog's leash and turned her back to the sow. The bear bit her once.
The bear roared and left, presumably to chase the dog. The dog came back about 10 minutes later with the other volunteer on a four-wheeler.
She was treated at a clinic for four puncture wounds but a release from the state agency says she otherwise "appeared to be in good spirits."
Rangers and biologist say this was a chance encounter with the sow, which also had a cub with her, and no further action was necessary.
The nature center is about 20 miles northeast of Anchorage.

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