What are you doing here? – man asks wife at brothel

What are you doing here? – man asks wife at brothel
WARSAW (Reuters) – A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment’s employees. Polish tabloid Super Express said the woman had been making some extra money on the side while telling her husband she worked at a store in a nearby town.[Lees verder]

Men wheel out corpse in bid to cash check
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Two New York men wheeled the corpse of their friend around the sidewalks of midtown Manhattan in an office chair in a failed attempt to cash his $355 Social Security check, police said.[Lees verder]

Bird dog steps on gun, kills hunter
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A Houston-area man was killed in a hunting accident after his dog stepped on a loaded shotgun in the back of a pick-up truck, triggering a blast that pierced the vehicle and the hunter’s leg, a local sheriff said.[Lees verder]

Christmas fun in Antarctica gets out of hand
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A groping Santa, a drunken car chase, a bloody punchout. Festivities in Antarctica got a little out of hand this Christmas.[Lees verder]

Sex-on-job policeman fired
LONDON (Reuters) – A senior police officer who admitted to having sex while on duty has been fired, the police watchdog confirmed Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Rail company rejects naked man posters
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese rail company has refused to display posters advertising a 1,000-year-old “naked festival” held at a temple in northern Japan, saying the design is too extreme.[Lees verder]

Italy sentences teacher who cut pupil’s tongue
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian teacher who cut an unruly 7-year-old pupil’s tongue with scissors was given a two month suspended sentence and fined more than 7,000 euros ($10,000) by a Milan court Tuesday, lawyers said.[Lees verder]

Prosecutors push for charge against stuntman
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors argued on Tuesday to have charges reinstated against a stuntman who tried to parachute off the New York City’s Empire State Building, saying the man endangered the people who tried to stop him.[Lees verder]

What are you doing here? – man asks wife at brothel
WARSAW (Reuters) – A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment’s employees. Polish tabloid Super Express said the woman had been making some extra money on the side while telling her husband she worked at a store in a nearby town.[Lees verder]

Men wheel out corpse in bid to cash check
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Two New York men wheeled the corpse of their friend around the sidewalks of midtown Manhattan in an office chair in a failed attempt to cash his $355 Social Security check, police said.[Lees verder]

Bird dog steps on gun, kills hunter
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A Houston-area man was killed in a hunting accident after his dog stepped on a loaded shotgun in the back of a pick-up truck, triggering a blast that pierced the vehicle and the hunter’s leg, a local sheriff said.[Lees verder]

Christmas fun in Antarctica gets out of hand
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A groping Santa, a drunken car chase, a bloody punchout. Festivities in Antarctica got a little out of hand this Christmas.[Lees verder]

Sex-on-job policeman fired
LONDON (Reuters) – A senior police officer who admitted to having sex while on duty has been fired, the police watchdog confirmed Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Rail company rejects naked man posters
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese rail company has refused to display posters advertising a 1,000-year-old “naked festival” held at a temple in northern Japan, saying the design is too extreme.[Lees verder]

Italy sentences teacher who cut pupil’s tongue
ROME (Reuters) – An Italian teacher who cut an unruly 7-year-old pupil’s tongue with scissors was given a two month suspended sentence and fined more than 7,000 euros ($10,000) by a Milan court Tuesday, lawyers said.[Lees verder]

Prosecutors push for charge against stuntman
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors argued on Tuesday to have charges reinstated against a stuntman who tried to parachute off the New York City’s Empire State Building, saying the man endangered the people who tried to stop him.[Lees verder]