Friday, May 15, 2009

Axe: "Turns nice girls naughty".

The stickers were placed in the discotheques' bathrooms of Montevideo (Uruguay).



One of a Kind...

3-Wheeler Mustang

Had a Good Time...


Dead People Being Sent Stimulus Checks

The Social Security Administration, which sent out 52 million checks, says that some of those checks mistakenly went to dead people because the agency had no record of their death.
Thousands of Americans are receiving federal stimulus checks in the mail, this week. Only problem: many of them are deceased.
Recently, a Long Island, New York woman was shocked when she checked the mail and received a letter from the U.S. Treasury -- but it wasn't for her.
Antoniette Santopadre of Valley Stream was expecting a $250 stimulus check. But when her son finally opened it, they saw that the check was made out to her father, Romolo Romonini, who died in Italy 34 years ago.
Romonini was a U.S. citizen when he left for Italy in 1933, but only returned to the U.S. for a seven-month visit in 1969.
The Santopadres are not alone. The Social Security Administration, which sent out 52 million checks, said some of those checks mistakenly went to dead people because the agency had no record of their death. That amounts to between 8,000 and 10,000 checks for millions of dollars.
The feds blame a rushed schedule, because all the checks have to be cut by June. But strangely, some of the checks were made out to people -- like Romonini -- who were never even part of the Social Security system.

The Stimulus Check Application for those that hasn't recieved one.


Mannequin Too Sexy

A curvaceous, scantily clad mannequin can keep her spot outside a Cincinnati area barbecue joint, but local officials want her to cover up a bit.
The life-size figure stands as a busty beacon outside a restaurant in suburban Reading owned by Kenny Tessel. He told zoning officials at a hearing Wednesday night that the advertising gimmick has boosted business 40 percent.
The 5-foot-10 mannequin is on the street wearing a bikini top and tight short-shorts, though Tessel brought her to the hearing draped in a long, sleeveless gray T-shirt.
The board said Tessel may continue to use the figure only if it's dressed more modestly in front of the restaurant, too.
He plans to appeal.

Girl gets Traumatize


Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Postal workers caught in drug sting
Police say workers got illegal prescriptions
Four postal workers from Lawrence, Mass. have been arrested and charged in a prescription drug sting. The Lawrence workers obtained fraudulent prescriptions from a local doctor’s office for narcotic pain killers and then used the drugs, police say. Two employees from a North Andover doctor’s office were also arrested for allegedly writing the prescriptions without the doctor’s knowledge. Prosecutors say the workers obtained as many as 4,000 pills over a year. Surveillance photos show the workers allegedly picking up prescriptions while on duty. A pharmacist and a doctor alerted authorities.
PICTURE and More
Cop probed after ticketing spree
Officer John Mullan faces two-day suspension
A Boston police officer is under investigation for giving tickets to a slew of vehicles parked near the Statehouse on the same day the state Senate cut funding for a police bonus program.
Police department spokesman Elaine Driscoll told the Boston Herald that internal affairs is investigating whether the ticketing spree was "improper use of authority" and that Officer John Mullan faces a two-day suspension.
Mullan handed out 15 tickets on Wednesday, the same day the Senate slashed $51 million in funding for the Quinn Bill, which boosts pay for police with advanced degrees.
Some of the tickets were put on cars belonging to legislative staffers that were parked legally with legislative stickers.
Driscoll says the tickets will be reviewed.
Woman charged with abusing corpse
A Seabrook, New Hampshire woman has been charged with abusing a corpse, according to police. Danielle Reader, 26, of Seabrook, was arrested on May 12. Police say she took the body of a man who died in her bathroom and left him on a third floor stairwell of her apartment building. "Abusing" a corpse includes moving or concealing a dead body. The male was identified as John Eaton, 24, of Lee, N.H. Police said Eaton did not live there but it appears that he knew Reader. Police said Eaton’s body was on the stairwell for about an hour before it was noticed. There were no obvious signs of trauma and police are looking at it as a drug overdose. Reader was arraigned at Hampton District Court and pleaded not guilty yesterday. She is being held on $50,000 Cash or Surety.
Driver caught eating cereal
A 48-year-old Needham Mass. man was pulled over and given a ticket for driving violations he committed while eating a bowl of cereal, police said. Police said they received 911 calls from many witnesses who said a man was driving erratically near Nehoiden Street. Police said they observed the car passing vehicles in a no passing zone and tailgating. When police stopped the gray Oldsmobile, they said the man got out of the car and was told to return to his vehicle. Inside of the car police found a cold bowl of milk with cereal. The man told police he was hungry and was eating the cereal. The man also had an expired licence, according to police. The driver was given a ticket for unlicensed operation, failure to stay in marked lanes and operating to endanger negligent operation.

Policeman 'kicks man in head'

A California police officer has been caught on camera apparently aiming a sharp kick at the head or neck of a suspect who has already surrendered.
The incident came at the end of a car chase through Los Angeles suburbs.
The footage shows the suspect, Richard Rodriguez, 23, trying to escape on foot, then lying down to surrender when he sees there is no escape.
One pursuing police officer kicks him, and another punches his side. The local police department is investigating.
Chase leads to cops giving suspect a boot to the head!!