Man set for execution wants to die laughing

Man set for execution wants to die laughing
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) – A Texas man scheduled to be executed on Tuesday wants to die laughing.[Lees verder]

Fake priest arrested baptizing baby
LISBON (Reuters) – A man pretending to be a priest was arrested by police as he prepared to baptize a baby in a small town in the north of Portugal.[Lees verder]

Nude bather arrested at Spanish Steps
ROME (Reuters) – A 22-year-old American man was arrested on Sunday after an early morning naked bath in the historic Barcaccia fountain at the foot of Rome’s Spanish Steps, an Italian news agency reported.[Lees verder]

Barber stabs second client with scissors
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – An Amsterdam barber has been arrested for stabbing a client with scissors, the second such incident involving the barber, Dutch police said on Saturday.[Lees verder]

Plunging necklines a no-no at masses
MANILA (Reuters) – The Catholic Church has issued guidelines on what Filipinos should wear to mass in Manila after some parishioners complained about distracting skimpy attire.[Lees verder]

Brazil lineswoman scores Playboy deal, stirs fuss
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – A well-known Brazilian soccer lineswoman, already in trouble over a mistake she made during a match last month, has raised eyebrows with her decision to pose nude for Playboy magazine.[Lees verder]

Author who portrayed prostitute loses fraud case
NEW YORK (Reuters) – An author sued by a film company after her novel about life as a truck-stop prostitute was exposed as a hoax was found liable for fraud on Friday in a case involving tales of the author’s multiple personalities.[Lees verder]

Writing on wall doesn’t mean gloom for U.S. in Iraq
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. military has a host of sophisticated equipment in Iraq but also uses a low-tech method to get a feel for public opinion in the war zone.[Lees verder]

Man set for execution wants to die laughing
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) – A Texas man scheduled to be executed on Tuesday wants to die laughing.[Lees verder]

Fake priest arrested baptizing baby
LISBON (Reuters) – A man pretending to be a priest was arrested by police as he prepared to baptize a baby in a small town in the north of Portugal.[Lees verder]

Nude bather arrested at Spanish Steps
ROME (Reuters) – A 22-year-old American man was arrested on Sunday after an early morning naked bath in the historic Barcaccia fountain at the foot of Rome’s Spanish Steps, an Italian news agency reported.[Lees verder]

Barber stabs second client with scissors
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – An Amsterdam barber has been arrested for stabbing a client with scissors, the second such incident involving the barber, Dutch police said on Saturday.[Lees verder]

Plunging necklines a no-no at masses
MANILA (Reuters) – The Catholic Church has issued guidelines on what Filipinos should wear to mass in Manila after some parishioners complained about distracting skimpy attire.[Lees verder]

Brazil lineswoman scores Playboy deal, stirs fuss
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – A well-known Brazilian soccer lineswoman, already in trouble over a mistake she made during a match last month, has raised eyebrows with her decision to pose nude for Playboy magazine.[Lees verder]

Author who portrayed prostitute loses fraud case
NEW YORK (Reuters) – An author sued by a film company after her novel about life as a truck-stop prostitute was exposed as a hoax was found liable for fraud on Friday in a case involving tales of the author’s multiple personalities.[Lees verder]

Writing on wall doesn’t mean gloom for U.S. in Iraq
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. military has a host of sophisticated equipment in Iraq but also uses a low-tech method to get a feel for public opinion in the war zone.[Lees verder]