Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know You Needed

Young girls escape a rapist attacker
A man has admitted trying to murder a 60-year-old woman in an Aberdeen park amid a plan to abduct and rape her two granddaughters, aged eight and two.
Ryan Yates, 29, stabbed the woman while the children escaped in the Bridge of Don area of the city.
He was caught by police shortly after the attack and said he had gone out that day "looking to find some children to have sex with".
100-year-old pedophile is back behind bars.
Another Pregnant Man Goes Public with His Story
Half-naked suspect attempts getaway in pedal boat.
Naked Loser
Man in trouble over Simpson’s porn
An Ipswich man has admitted downloading graphic cartoon porn images featuring child characters from The Simpsons and The Powerpuff Girls TV shows.
The 28-year-old is now a registered sex offender and will have to report to police after pleading guilty in Ipswich District Court to having the bizarre images on his computer.
Police went to Kurt James Milner’s Leichhardt home on January 24, 2008 after receiving an anonymous tip-off about the disturbing material.
Milner told police he would co-operate but did not want to give them his computer.
But an hour-and-a-half later he phoned police and said they could now have his computer.
Officers discovered the computer would no longer turn on but a year later police forensic experts recovered 64 images of cartoon child exploitation material in the machine’s recycle bin.
The images depicted figures from The Simpsons, The Powerpuff Girls and The Incredibles in sexually explicit positions.

McDonald's wrong “It was just a slice of cheese”
A McDonald's outlet in the Netherlands was wrong to sack an employee for giving a colleague a piece of cheese on a hamburger, a court has ruled.
The waitress was fired last March after she sold a hamburger to a co-worker who then asked for cheese, which she added.
The fast-food chain argued this turned the hamburger into a cheeseburger, and so she should have charged more.
But Leeuwarden district court ruled a written warning would have been more appropriate.
McDonald's was ordered to pay the former employee more than 4,200 Euros ($5,900; £3,660) for the last five months of her contract.

Air New Zealand, first to offer "lie-flat" seating
Doctors amputate wrong foot, then the right one
Tortured Dog Found in Park Trash Can
Cat Found With Burns, Tail Cut Off
2 Years for Cooking Live Cat in Oven
Hundreds Of Cats In Crates
Chinese calling for ban on eating cats and dogs


alex said...
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Anonymous said...

Wait, so you can get arrested for cartoon child porn?

Dan said...

Child porn is still child porn even the Japanese version of animated child porn.