As tasty as a truckload of rats

As tasty as a truckload of rats
BEIJING (Reuters) – Live rats are being trucked from central China, suffering a plague of a reported 2 billion rodents displaced by a flooded lake, to the south to end up in restaurant dishes, Chinese media reported.[Lees verder]

“Too sexy for my bus,” woman told
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German bus driver threatened to throw a 20-year-old sales clerk off his bus in the southern town of Lindau because he said she was too sexy, a newspaper reported Monday.[Lees verder]

False braids cost beauty queen her title
LA PAZ (Reuters) – The winner of a Bolivian beauty contest for indigenous women was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Country urged to rein in vulgar, sexist TV ads
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese television channels should ban sexist and sexually suggestive adverts during the summer vacation to protect children, state broadcaster CCTV said Monday, citing experts and parents.[Lees verder]

Don’t trust your man, minister tells women
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian men cannot be trusted in their sexual behavior and are fuelling the country’s HIV epidemic, a female government minister said Monday, slamming the country’s “hypocrisy” about sex.[Lees verder]

As tasty as a truckload of rats
BEIJING (Reuters) – Live rats are being trucked from central China, suffering a plague of a reported 2 billion rodents displaced by a flooded lake, to the south to end up in restaurant dishes, Chinese media reported.[Lees verder]

“Too sexy for my bus,” woman told
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German bus driver threatened to throw a 20-year-old sales clerk off his bus in the southern town of Lindau because he said she was too sexy, a newspaper reported Monday.[Lees verder]

False braids cost beauty queen her title
LA PAZ (Reuters) – The winner of a Bolivian beauty contest for indigenous women was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Country urged to rein in vulgar, sexist TV ads
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese television channels should ban sexist and sexually suggestive adverts during the summer vacation to protect children, state broadcaster CCTV said Monday, citing experts and parents.[Lees verder]

Don’t trust your man, minister tells women
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian men cannot be trusted in their sexual behavior and are fuelling the country’s HIV epidemic, a female government minister said Monday, slamming the country’s “hypocrisy” about sex.[Lees verder]