Rules force man to urinate in bottle in exam

Rules force man to urinate in bottle in exam
BERLIN (Reuters) – Exam supervisors at a German university stuck to rules so rigidly that a man with a bladder dysfunction had to urinate in a bottle in front of 120 fellow students because they would not let him go to the toilet.[Lees verder]

Superstition sparks toilet cleaning craze
TOKYO (Reuters) – Cleanliness has long been next to godliness for the hygiene-conscious Japanese, but fortune-tellers are now advising those who want to succeed in life to start by scrubbing the smallest room.[Lees verder]

Leave me be, 98-year-old woman tells young admirer
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A 98-year-old Mexican woman has filed a legal complaint against a suitor 50 years her junior who she said tried to kiss her and threatened to kill her if she didn’t let him move in with her.[Lees verder]

Australia’s porn industry challenges film ratings
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Australia’s porn industry began a court challenge to the country’s film ratings on Thursday in a test case which family groups said could lead to explicit sex movies being sold openly in shops and petrol stations.[Lees verder]

State wants special car plates for sex offenders
CINCINNATI (Reuters) – Lawmakers in Ohio said on Wednesday they want to force convicted sex offenders to use a fluorescent-green license plate on their cars so they can be easily identified.[Lees verder]

TV host charged for attacking plane staff
PARIS (Reuters) – A French television host, accused of attacking and sexually harassing Air France cabin staff while under the influence of alcohol, will appear in court next month, a court official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

New York exhibit tries to make art from news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Art is imitating news in New York, where a new exhibit features artists interpreting real world events in a day’s time.[Lees verder]

Rules force man to urinate in bottle in exam
BERLIN (Reuters) – Exam supervisors at a German university stuck to rules so rigidly that a man with a bladder dysfunction had to urinate in a bottle in front of 120 fellow students because they would not let him go to the toilet.[Lees verder]

Superstition sparks toilet cleaning craze
TOKYO (Reuters) – Cleanliness has long been next to godliness for the hygiene-conscious Japanese, but fortune-tellers are now advising those who want to succeed in life to start by scrubbing the smallest room.[Lees verder]

Leave me be, 98-year-old woman tells young admirer
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A 98-year-old Mexican woman has filed a legal complaint against a suitor 50 years her junior who she said tried to kiss her and threatened to kill her if she didn’t let him move in with her.[Lees verder]

Australia’s porn industry challenges film ratings
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Australia’s porn industry began a court challenge to the country’s film ratings on Thursday in a test case which family groups said could lead to explicit sex movies being sold openly in shops and petrol stations.[Lees verder]

State wants special car plates for sex offenders
CINCINNATI (Reuters) – Lawmakers in Ohio said on Wednesday they want to force convicted sex offenders to use a fluorescent-green license plate on their cars so they can be easily identified.[Lees verder]

TV host charged for attacking plane staff
PARIS (Reuters) – A French television host, accused of attacking and sexually harassing Air France cabin staff while under the influence of alcohol, will appear in court next month, a court official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

New York exhibit tries to make art from news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Art is imitating news in New York, where a new exhibit features artists interpreting real world events in a day’s time.[Lees verder]