Tuesday, July 24, 2012

They really hate Nokia in Indonesia


Man died after forced gangbang by six wives


A businessman died after he was forced to have sex by all six of his wife on a rotation basis two days ago.

Preliminary investigation showed that anger and jealousy was the main cause why the man was forced to have sex simultaneously.

According to police, the incident occurred at about 3 pm when Uroko Onoja had just returned to his house and went to rest at the youngest wife room.

But, suddenly, five other wives came to the bedroom carrying knives and demanded that Uroko took turns on all of them. The sex rotation was determined from the youngest to the oldest wife.

According to police, at first all were 'on track', but when the fifth wife turn came Uroko was not breathing.

"Suddenly, my husband stopped breathing, and they (the wives of others) continued to laugh, but when they saw he fell, they all panicked and ran into the woods," said one of his wives Uroko.

Nigeria police have so far arrested two wives to assist investigations.

Here comes a two-headed calf. Soon there will be three-headed man


Residents of Lawang, a village in Indonesia were shocked by the birth of two-headed calf.

Harun, the calf owner told Liputqn6.com nothing strange happened before the birth. He said he intended to keep the calf though there were various offers for it.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wife tried to chop off hubby genitals for having an affair

An enraged wife repeatedly chopped the head of her cheating Cambodian husband with a kitchen knife and tried to slice his genitals off but did not succeed.

When she realized her husband was having an affair, she got furious, so she used her kitchen knife that she was carrying to chop him on his head and face, and then tried to cut his genitals. Luckily for the husband, his friends restrained her, and she escaped in the aftermath.

Both were working in a construction site in Thailand.

Beggar (supposedly broke) offered S$500 to cops


Singapore police has arrested a beggar for attempting to bribe two police officers. He was accused of offering S$500 and some foreign money to two police officers.

The beggar has been handed to Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

If you don't like your HR Manager, burn him to death


Up to 100 people have been arrested for attacking managers and executives at India's top carmaker - Maruti Suzuki plant. The chaos left one dead and many injured, forcing the plant to suspend its operations.

A burned body had been recovered from the plant's main conference room after clashes between workers and executives erupted late on Wednesday. The body was identified as a General Manager in the Human Resource department of the company.

Ninety nine workers have been already arrested following the violence, which charges ranging from murder, attempted murder, infliction of grievous bodily harm and rioting. Police say more arrests are likely to come over the next 48 hours – most of those accused are union leaders and workers - RT

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

How not to pay taxi fare .... and in the process get yourself charged in a court of law


A 29-year-old was fined $1,200 after being found guilty of two counts of fare evasion, reported The Straits Times.

Unemployed Tanya Azzure Lee had skipped paying taxi drivers their fare for at least 34 times, reported the newspaper.

The traffic court was told how she hopped into a taxi at Whampoa on April 15 last year, travelled to her destination in Woodlands Avenue 7, and then told the driver that she could not pay the fare of $17.80.

She then told the driver that she would go up to her relative's home and get the money to settle the fare. The taxi driver rejected the idea and told her that he would drive her to a police station instead.

She handed over her identity card and took down the driver's mobile phone number, promising to settle the fare the following day.

However, she failed to do so and the driver made a police report on April 18.

On Sep 7, she made another trip from Whampoa to Woodlands at 12.30 am, and attempted the same ruse on the taxi driver. This time round she handed over her mobile number, identity card number and name. The taxi driver also took a photograph of the woman.

Once again she failed to settle a taxi fare of $25.20.

She was fined $600 on each of the two counts but had been allowed to settle the other 32 fares - SOURCE

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

How to get rid of a deformed child


Pakistani police have arrested a man accused of burying his newborn daughter alive because she was physically deformed.

Mohammed Anwar, a police officer in the city of Khanewal in the eastern Punjab province, said the child was born on Thursday at a hospital in the nearby town of Kacha Khuh.

But after seeing his little girl, father Chand Khan is said to have been shocked that she had 'abnormal features'.

He then set about planning how to dispose of her body, it is claimed.

According to police, he told relatives that the baby was born dead and arranged a funeral for the girl.

But shockingly, the baby let out a cry during the service.

Chand is then accused of burying the girl alive.

Prime Minister Lee, please save me, somebody is trying to rape me!



Viewers of this morning’s Channel 8 talk-show ‘Hello, Good Morning!’ in Singapore were shocked when a lady called in to the programme and shouted in Mandarin:

“Prime Minister Lee, please save me, somebody is trying to rape me!”

Waterbeds for cows. What about homeless people?


Waterbeds for Cows? Sound extravagant? Not really, it makes sense. Wellington dairy farmer David Conrad explains....

Teacher who peeps


For ten years, he was a respected teacher at a secondary school.

But Bertrand Ngien Wen-Tseah, 37, hid a dark, dirty secret. He was a peeping Tom.

Instead of respecting and protecting the girls in his school, he leered at them in their most private moments.

Ngien had a well-worked routine. In the morning, he would leave pin-hole cameras carefully hidden in a girls' toilet, which was also used by staff members.

At the end of the work day, he would collect the SD memory card for his viewing pleasure.

Close to tears, Ngien pleaded guilty yesterday to three charges, including insulting the modesty of a woman, for offences committed on Feb 15. Another five charges are being taken into consideration - Asiaone (pic from Straits Times Sg)

Monday, July 16, 2012

My husband is gay


My husband is gay, and we've been married 25 years. It took a lot of pain and adjustment to be where we are now. His family knew this open secret - everyone except me, initially. I just knew I fell in love with this handsome, soft-spoken, well-dressed, rich single guy, and I thought I died and went to heaven. I was a probinsiyana with a very ambitious mother, and my parents-in-law couldn't have found a better match for their son than me.

We made all the noises befitting a young, newly married, good-looking couple in love. We had a big church wedding, a trip abroad for the honeymoon, and a baby within the first year. Our three children came in a row, which made my in-laws delirious. They all thought I had changed him. In three years, we've done our part as a married couple. My husband, that poor guy who had to fulfill a role, told me the truth and gave me the chance to escape to freedom. Or, as he suggested, keep up the pretense until one of us got sick of it. His honesty and kindness won me over, and we're still here.

We live in a beautiful house, attend parties as a couple and travel abroad with our kids - together. It's a given that he'd be going on "alone," attending to his other businesses later on. What is not known is we live separate lives. He has a little place he goes to for his dalliances. He tried hard not to be absent too much from home when the kids were growing up.

For my part, I've had my own flings, but few and far between - just enough to fill my own needs and not cause a scandal. I knew of the rumors circulating in our circle, but nothing flared up because we lived a simple and unpretentious life. Our children grew up in this kind of atmosphere, so we never had a problem.

The secret to our relationship could be that we never tried to change the other for anything. My husband is what he is, and I love him. Many will condemn our arrangement, but what of it? This is the life I've chosen.

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Confessions of a woman sex addict


What is it like to be addicted to sex? A self-confessed sex addict reveals how her addiction cost her to lose her husband, job, and baby.

According to a news report, 37-year-old Connie Chew says that whenever the urge to have sex hits her, she gets breathless, experiences hot flushes and images of making out with someone with flash through her mind. She adds that she has to fulfill this urge, no matter what.

As a result, Ms Chew goes looking for sex partners at nightclubs, and also indulges in cybersex and uses sex toys when she is 'unable to find a man'.

She reveals that she once had random sex with a former colleague and ended up at a budget hotel with three other men, all in the same day. When her binge ended at 4am, she decided to turn to her church counsellor, Katherine Ong, for help.

Her addiction has cost her dearly. She is twice divorced and was fired from her last job after an indiscretion was exposed. Her first marriage broke down because her husband was cheating on her. After her divorce, she went online to look for a relationship, and ended up having casual sex with several of these men - SOURCE 

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Sorry women, no mobile phone for you


Love marriages, unescorted visits to the market and even the use of mobile phones — women up to the age of 40 in Uttar Pradesh’s Bagpat area in India can have none of these. The decision, which seems inspired by a Taliban-style diktat, has been taken by the village elders, ostensibly to safeguard women from “teasing.”

The elders issued a “farman” (diktat) barring women up to the age of 40 from going to the market and using mobile phones in the village and outside their home after complaints of “teasing” and “harassment” were reported from the area.

Sources said the “farman” was issued at the meeting of the panchayat of Asara village in Bagpat district on Tuesday after it was apprised of growing incidents of teasing in the village market. Asara is a Muslim-dominated village and several members of the minority community were present at the meeting.

The not so diplomatic diplomat


The foreign ministry of South Korea has suspended a senior diplomat in Auckland from regular duties for alleged ethical lapses, a ministry official said yesterday.

The consul general in Auckland, whose name was withheld, was called home on June 15 after being accused of engaging in a scuffle with a fellow Korean official posted in New Zealand and sexually harassing female embassy staff.

The ministry will hold a disciplinary committee on Tuesday to decide the level of punishment for the diplomat, the official said on the condition of anonymity.

The consul general has been accused of allegedly touching some female staff at a karaoke bar in Auckland, but he denied the allegations.

How to make fast money...real fast


A 59 year old Singaporean uncle claimed today that he earns about S$50,000 monthly by converting his residence there into a budget ‘part-time’ brothel for prostitutes to conduct their ‘business’.

He reported rent out the rooms in his terrace house in Jalan Suka in Singapore to the freelance prostitutes at a rate of $6 per 10 minutes.

The unlicenced prostitutes hailed mostly from Indonesia and they served mainly the foreign workers working nearby. Unlike prostitutes working legally in brothels, they do not go for monthly medical examination and HIV screening which exposes them to HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

If you have no money to to buy a Ferrari, just flag a Ferrari taxi


Don’t be afraid to flag down that Ferrari zipping down Jakarta’s streets over the next few days — they just might give you a ride, for free.

The operator of luxurious Ferrari and Porsche taxis, which launched a sort of “soft opening” in Jakarta on Thursday, will be offering free rides in several locations throughout the capital on Saturday and Monday as part of a promotional campaign.

The new company, MM Cab, announced through its website that its Ferrari 360 taxi and a Porsche Boxster S taxi will be shuttling passengers for free in two shifts on Saturday between 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., and again between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Each taxi is bright yellow in color.

The first shifts will be operating near Wisma Nusantara at Hotel Indonesia traffic circle in Central Jakarta, as well as Mega Kuningan, Pasar Festival, Setiabudi One Kuningan and Ambassador Mall in South Jakarta.

The evening shift is scheduled to service Plaza Semanggi, EX Plaza and Grand Indonesia in Central Jakarta, as well as at ANTV tower in Kuningan, South Jakarta.

The free trial will last two more days, including Saturday, and again on Monday.

It is not yet clear how much the luxury taxi’s will cost once they start charging. MM Cab countered a rumor through its Twitter account (@mm_cab) that the flag-down fare will be Rp 100,000 ($10.5).

By comparison, flag down fares for the ubiquitous Blue Bird taxis is Rp 6,000, while those for “low-cost” taxis such as Express, Kosti and Putra are 5,000 - BeritaSatu/JG

Duo kill friend's mum for cash to pay prostitute


Two young men who were hooked on booze and women murdered their friend's mother to steal gold and cash from her house in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, to pay for a prostitute, reported Makkal Osai.

Police who arrested P. Suresh, 26, and V. Sathish, 22 over the murder of 46-year-old Gnanasoundari were shocked when they learnt that the men had failed in two earlier attempts to kill her.

They strangled her with a skipping rope, then ransacked the house and fled with jewellery and RM86,000 (S$34,286) in cash on Tuesday night.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

She scored 99.9% in high school exam and appealed to get 100%



Sarah Hui Xin Wong scored 99.95 per cent in her 2008 final high school exam, but she was not pleased with the result and appealed against it. She believed that she should have gotten 100 per cent if she had been allocated extra time to accommodate her condition, joint hyper mobility of the wrist.

She believed that further privileges would have allowed her to get 100 per cent as her handwriting had become illegible because her hand was cramping.

According to TNT magazine her appeal stated that she should have been given extra time or access to a computer, even though she received some breaks during the exam.

The Sydney Morning Herald also reported that she turned down the option of a writer who would take down her dictation.

Sarah believed that she would have received top marks if she had been treated fairly during the exams. Her current result means that she had fared better than 99.95 per cent of the other students in the university entry rankings.

The Straits Times reported that Sarah, now 21, had lost her appeal at the Administrative Appeal Tribunal, a New South Wales tribunal - SOURCE

Young man slaughtered for converting to Christianity

This supposedly happened in Tunisia. Don't how true is the picture. Video here.

A judge who liked karaoke too much


A judge in Bali was sacked for having karaoke sessions with the lawyer of a plaintiff whose trial he was presiding.

Putu Suika from the Denpasar District Court was dishonorably discharged for violating the Judges’ Code of Conduct, which prohibits judges from being personally involved with lawyers and parties whose cases are being heard by their respective courts.

Putu, who was due to retire in 2013, admitted that he met a lawyer named Irfan at his house for karaoke at least three times.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Bride gives birth during wedding ceremony


A woman gave birth only minutes after saying yes to her partner during a wedding ceremony in France.

The wedding was almost postponed after the heavily pregnant bride had had false delivery alarms. She was due on the 14th of July.

Mother and baby were doing well.

To be rich, become a maid in Saudi Arabia


An Indonesian migrant worker in Saudi Arabia has been awarded an inheritance of 20 million Saudi riyals ($5.3 million) from the estate of her late former-employer-turned-husband.

Saudi daily Okaz reported on Tuesday that the Indonesian woman, whose name cannot be revealed for security reasons, came to Saudi Arabia to work as a maid for a property tycoon in the city of Taif.

Monday, July 9, 2012

You wet your bed, you drink your urine


In an incident that sent shock waves across India, a hostel warden at Visva Bharati University in West Bengal forced a fifth-class student to drink her own urine as a punishment for bed-wetting. Uma Poddar, the warden of Karabi Girls' Hostel at the University in Santiniketan, was arrested by the police on Monday, after the 10-year-old victim's parent filed a case against her for the heinous act.


The warden was later granted bail but the university authorities wasted no time in suspending her. Describing the incident as 'deplorable', Visva Bharati university vice-chancellor Sushanta Dasgupta said the warden has been suspended.

The University sources however claimed the warden had made the girl lick the bedsheet she had wetted and had not forced her to drink her urine.

How to shoot your political enemy live on TV


A Jordanian lawmaker is being investigated after pulling a gun on his opponent in a live TV talk show.

Search google now and warm up the earth


One Google search generates around seven grams of carbon dioxide, equal to boiling half a kettle of water, reports US information research specialist Gartner.

The company suggested carbon dioxide emissions generated by the global IT industry account for 2% of the world's total emissions, according to China Economic Weekly, a weekly magazine published under the party-run People's Daily.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

If you are a woman and over 30, you are too old to get married


If you are a 30-year-old Emirati woman and still single, then you have missed the marriage boat: by UAE standards, you are now considered to be too old.

Authorities  in the Gulf state say more women are falling into this category: some  60 percent, according to the latest statistics, raising concerns among  officials and sparking online debates as to why.

The issue has  been the focus of discussions for weeks at the Federal National Council,  the country's appointed consultative body, where members are scrambling  to find a solution to what they believe could be a serious demographic  problem.

"This is very worrying," FNC member Said al-Kitbi told  AFP, adding that there are now more than 175,000 Emirati women who are  over 30 and unmarried.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Girls just love porn


We love porn, admit nine out of ten girls

An X-rated survey has revealed almost a third get ideas from porn to spice up their sex lives.

Online pornography is also popular with 37 per cent logging on for a peek at erotic pictures — and one in 50 even watching at work.

Almost four out of ten like looking at naked women and three out of ten enjoy girl-on-girl action — with a daring nine per cent confessing the porn had inspired them to try it for real.

Half of those polled for Glamour magazine send their lovers sexy photos and 16 per cent have stripped off for a webcam.

The Sun told last week how UK women are snapping up sex toys hoping to re-enact the titillating tales in E L James’s bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey.

But blokes are just as hooked on porn. A fifth look at it online at least once a day, according to a similar poll in GQ magazine.

And they’re getting kinkier — 60 per cent claim they’ve been in an orgy, over half said they’d had a threesome and almost two-thirds had taken part in webcam sex.

The full survey results are in the August editions of Glamour and GQ - AsiaOne

Smoking orangutan to be moved away from people



Tori, a smoking orangutan at Solo’s Taru Jurug Zoo, will soon be forced to kick the habit.

The Center for Orangutan Protection (COP) and zoo management are planning to move her, along with her partner, to a small island in the middle of the Central Java zoo’s lake to keep her away from zoo visitors who are enabling the ape by tossing cigarettes into her cage.

“We have proposed that the zoo place her on the island, in the middle of the lake, to keep her away from visitors,” Daniek Hendarto, coordinator of COP, told the Jakarta Globe on Tuesday.

Daniek said Tori learned how to smoke by imitating visitors taking puffs near her cage. Her parents were also smokers - Jakarta Globe

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

You don't stop a concert especially when it is a dangdut concert


A police station and local office of a youth organization were allegedly vandalized by members of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) on Sunday after the hard-line Islamists were attacked by youths while trying to shut down a dangdut performance in Ciawi, Tasikmalaya, West Java, police said.

A brawl broke out between members of the FPI and the local Karang Taruna youth organization Saturday night. The Islamist organization — known for conducting violent raids on events deemed immoral — tried to shut down a dangdut concert, but were met with resistance from members of the local youth organization. The youths reportedly beat three members of the FPI after the failed raid.

Local police, stationed in a subdistrict office next door, arrested those involved in the brawl, West Java Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Martinus Sitompul said.

The FPI then allegedly turned on the police and busted the windows out of the police station, Martinus said.

There are mother's day, father's day, labour day, valentine day and now come a day we really ought to celebrate


The United Nations on Thursday declared that March 20 each year will be the International Day of Happiness -- and it wants everyone to join in the fun.

The UN General Assembly passed a resolution proclaiming the new commemoration that adds to an already packed UN calendar of international days -- from world poetry day to world migratory bird day.

"The pursuit of happiness is a fundamental human goal," said the resolution which was passed by consensus in the 193-member assembly.

My mother is a pilot


The pilot of an Air India passenger plane seated his mother in the cockpit for a domestic flight, refusing to take off without her after he could not get her a free ticket, a report said Sunday.

The pilot allegedly demanded that his mother be issued a "dummy boarding card" at Pune airport in western India and placed her in a jump seat reserved for the crew for the two-hour flight to the capital New Delhi.

"When the pilot insisted on taking his mother on board, the operations and commercial departments were informed," an airport official told the Sunday Express. "The pilot threatened that he would not fly without his mother."

The pilot said that his mother was sick and he could not leave her at the airport, the paper reported.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Wearing skirts is defined as pornography


The newly established Indonesian anti-pornography task force says it will crack down on women wearing skirts that fall above the knee as such clothing will be included in the group’s universal definition of pornography.

Religious Affairs Minister Suryadharma Ali, the task force’s chairman, said Wednesday that the definition would be universally applied to all regions in the country, regardless of cultural background.

“We have yet to set a standard definition of pornography on which we will base our work. However, there must be a set of universal criteria to define something as pornographic, one of which will be when a woman wears a skirt above the knee,” Suryadharma told reporters on the sidelines of a meeting with the House of Representatives’ Commission VIII overseeing religious and social affairs on Wednesday.

You watch porn, you get exploding headaches


A 24-year-old unmarried man in India complained of intense "exploding" headaches while watching pornography, researchers said.

The case study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, said the unnamed male software professional said the headaches were so painful after two years he sought the help of a doctor.

Researchers from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in New Delhi said the man said the headaches would develop gradually over 5 minutes of viewing videos and would peak within 8 to 10 minutes. "The intensity was so severe that the man had to abort watching. There was no accompanying nausea or vomiting. Progressively, he started to refrain from viewing videos as a means of avoiding headaches."

The man had no history of head injury or meningoencephalitis in early childhood. He did not have a history suggestive of migraine, tension type or exertional headache, the researchers said.

Magnetic resonance imaging, angiography of brain and electroencephalogram tests were normal, the researchers added.

"The man was advised to take a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent combination -- 400 milligrams of ibuprofen and 500 mg of paracetamol, commonly used for the relief of headaches and other minor aches -- half an hour before watching pornography. The man reported significant pain relief."

Djinns moved bus from a highway to a forest


A bus driver in Central Java Indonesia (laden with with 33 passengers) suddenly found himself confused when the bus he was driving on a highway ended up in a jungle.

The driver could not move his bus since it was surrounded by big trees. Even a police car called to the scene could not enter the area because of thick forest. The bus was later moved out after workers from the bus company chopped off some trees.

The bus was believed to be moved by mystery creatures or djinns since the area is believed to be a sacred area.