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Hotel Preston, a boutique hotel in Nashville known for innovative amenities, has offered its Ooey Gooey Night Out package to Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill to help the couple rekindle the flame following the Presidential campaign.
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A boy's flesh was fed to cannibal relatives after his mum kept him locked in a cellar, a court has heard.
Ondrej Mauerova, 8, was partially skinned by his relatives who then ate the raw human flesh, a court has heard. Klara Mauerova - a member of a sinister religious cult - wept in court as she admitted torturing her son Ondrej and his ten year-old brother Jakub.
The two boys told how their mother and relatives had also stubbed cigarettes out on their bare skin, whipped them with belts, and tried to drown them.
The court heard how the family had sexually abused them and even made them cut themselves with knives. They said they were kept in cages or handcuffed to tables and made to stand in their own urine for days.
The sick abuse was discovered when a man in Brno in the Czech Republic installed a TV baby monitor to keep watch on is newborn child.
But it picked up a signal from an identical monitor next door showing one of the victims beaten, naked and chained in a cellar.
Sick Mauerova is understood to have intalled it so she could gloat over her victims' suffering from the comfort of her kitchen.
Police were called, and the boy and his brother, as well as what appeared to be a 13-year-old girl were freed.
At that time police did not realise the 13-year-old, who had been formally adopted, was really 34-year-old Barbora Skrlova - one of the children's torturers.
She later ran away to Norway but was found earlier this year by Czech cops who brought her back to the Czech Republic to face trial.
Her "brother", eight-year-old Ondrej, had been locked and chained in the cellar by his mother Klara for months.
He had been gagged so he could not scream and beaten as well. It later emerged his brother Jakub had also been abused.
Mauerova has admitted abusing her children but she said she had been manipulated by her sister Katerina and Skrlova.
All three of them had been part of a cult called the Grail Movement which claims to have hundreds of followers in Britain as well as tens of thousands of others world wide.
Katerina Mauerova and Skrlova and another relative are all accused of involvement in the abuse of the boys.
The court has also heard claims that the abuse of the boys was co-ordinated by a man known only as the "Doctor" who sent mobile phone text messages to the Mauerova sisters telling them how to abuse the two boys.
Local media have said that the sinister figure could be one of the leaders of the Grail Movement the women were involved with.
Police Chief Tom Boggs informed the Sutherlin City Council this week that a pest-removal company has trapped and removed 788 rats from an infested house. An exterminator will be brought in to poison any remaining rodents.
The council declared the property a nuisance in early March and subsequently received permission from Douglas County to proceed with the extermination efforts.
Jerry Wilson, owner of The Relocator pest-removal company, will inspect the house in a few months make sure the rats have not returned.
Neighbors at this week's council meeting say the smell has improved since March, but flies are a problem.
One neighbor, Mary Pirkey, told the council the house needs to be burned down. But the chief told her the owner of the infested house has rights, too.
The homeowner has declined to comment.
Rescue crews had to cut apart a portable toilet to rescue a man who got stuck naked inside the potty. Authorities say the 31-year-old man used his cell phone to call 911 on Sunday from inside a portable toilet.
Police say the man had been drinking and had taken off his clothes. Somehow, he immersed himself in the holding tank.
Deputy fire commissioner Chris Miller told WPMT-TV, "I've been on the job in one form or fashion for 21 years, and this is the first port-a-potty rescue I've ever had."
Police charged the man with public drunkenness and creating a health code violation, but they have no idea why he was in the toilet with his clothes off. They said he didn't suffer any serious injuries.
For the third year in a row, orange consumption has fallen. It was down 2 percent at some 600 million compared with the previous year, market researchers TNS said.
Although still popular with the health-conscious over-45s seeking their 5-a-day fruit and veg intake, oranges are being replaced by the smaller and more manageable satsumas and tangerines among young adults.
Both are easier to carry in lunch boxes, quicker to peel and less messy to eat.
Consumption of satsumas rose 35 percent over the past year to about 460 million and the number of tangerines jumped 60 percent to about 62 million.
"Satsumas are the key growth area," a TNS spokeswoman said. "Seven in every 10 times oranges are consumed for health reasons," she added.
But while adults cannot find the time for oranges, they do encourage children to have them. Consumption among children is about 15 percent up.
A sickened shopper has vowed never to eat any sausage-related foods again after finding a inside a scotch egg.
Fernando Rossatto, 27, had chomped contentedly through two of a pack of six mini-eggs before her horrific discovery.
As she bit into her third snack treat she encountered a 4cm worm.
The Brazilian law graduate told the Colchester Gazette: "As I bit into it I saw something in the egg and discovered it was a small, thin worm.
"It was the same colour as the egg white, but it was in the sausage meat and went from one side of the egg to the other.
"It was disgusting - it completely put me off eating anything like sausage or scotch egg ever again."
A Tesco spokesman told the paper: "This is very surprising so we'll send the item to the supplier to investigate it as soon as we receive it."
As you jet off to an exotic holiday destination or business trip, the last thing on your mind is airline hygiene standards but now you may think twice.
Airline seat-back pockets have been found to hold more than just your flight magazine and often get stuffed with filthy rubbish like toenail clipping and dirty nappies.
The Wall Street Journal investigated the things passengers do on airplanes and the results will make your skin crawl.
Experts told them that air travel leaves people psychologically off-kilter and more likely to do things they wouldn't normally do, including leaving dirty nappies in the back seat, blowing noses on blankets and even engaging in sex acts, all while sitting next to their fellow passenger.
Their behaviour might be retaliation against delayed flights or lost baggage but the results leave the plane a feeding ground for bacteria.
After each germ infested flight, the planes are mostly given just a light clean and an overnight “deep clean” is only conducted approximately once a month, airlines said.
Their research also showed that the middle seat is most often the worst targeted for this type of thing so make sure you get the window or aisle seat on your next flight.
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Iconic rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix, of "Foxy Lady" fame, purportedly is the subject of a sex tape scheduled for release, the tape's U.S. distributor says.
The film shows a naked man resembling Hendrix, who died in 1970, wearing a bandanna in his Afro while engaging in sexual activity with two brunettes in a dimly lit bedroom, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
Vivid Entertainment, a player in the pornographic film industry, said it created the 45-minute DVD "Jimi Hendrix the Sex Tapes," combining 11 minutes of sexually-oriented footage with a retrospective of the Hall of Famer's career in the 1960s without music. Hendrix was 27 when he died from a drug-related cause.
Whether the man on film is actually Hendrix is subject to debate. Vivid Entertainment officials in Los Angeles said they authenticated the tape.
"I believe that we did our due diligence, and as a result of that clearly believe that it's him," said Steven Hirsch, Vivid's co-chairman. "If they said that it wasn't him, I would never have put it out."
Fans say facial features, rings seen in the film and the hair discount that it's Hendrix.
A spokesperson for Hendrix' estate did not comment.
Scotland's coastline and beaches have more litter on them than any others in the UK, according to a new survey.
The Marine Conservation Society said that 43,078 items were collected on 46 Scottish beaches in 2007. Scotland had the highest levels of overall litter density in the UK, recording a 30.4% increase on 2006 and the highest level since 1996.
The level of sewage-related debris in Scotland was more than five times the national average, with East Bay Beach in Helensburgh recording particularly high levels.
Sewage-related debris levels have fallen to record lows in England and Wales but continue to account for around 26% of waste on Scottish beaches.
Carrier bags, drinks bottles and cigarette butts contributed to the plastic waste which made up the main source, 29.7%, of the litter on Scottish beaches.
Emma Snowden, the society's litter projects co-ordinator, said: "The plastic litter problem needs to be tackled at all levels, from grassroots to government, while industry and retail must acknowledge the need to reduce plastic bag use and packaging.
"Plastics are of particular concern as they could persist in the marine environment for centuries with fatal consequences for wildlife."
Almost 4000 volunteers surveyed parts of of UK coastline in September 2007 and removed more than 346,000 items of litter ranging from cloth and fishing line to lollipop wrappers.
The most common items of debris were pieces of plastic which could have come from the breakdown of plastic bags, packaging or bottles, according to the society.
Also in the top 10 most commonly found items were plastic rope, plastic caps and lids, crisp, sweet and lollipop wrappers, polystyrene pieces, cotton bud sticks, cigarette stubs, fishing net and glass pieces.
A spokeswoman for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said: "Most people take care to dispose of rubbish responsibly but the minority who don't can have a very unpleasant and very damaging impact on the environment for the rest of us and they need to think again about their actions.
"Councils have been making greater use of their powers to deal with litter, including fining and prosecuting litterbugs. However, we all need to take personal responsibility for our actions."
Americans complain too much. Of all the things I have realized since I returned from Japan, that one bothers me the most. I don’t want to sit through that two-hour class my parents are paying for me to take. Oh no, the president that we elected said something embarrassing again. Gas prices are too high, but it is way too far to walk.
Even the seemingly minute concerns of life, such as where one urinates, are game as subjects of complaint. People everywhere fuss over the condition of public restrooms, how floors are dirty or how the walls are covered in graffiti. Yet all of these complaints deal with conditions created by the users themselves. As I rush to the ladies’ room between classes here on campus, I cannot help but recall the conditions every person in Japan faces.
My first use of a public restroom in Japan occurred while I was in the subterranean shopping district of Nagoya, the fourth largest city in the country. I had just left the subway station when I realized I needed to find a restroom. Clearly marked signs for restrooms are seemingly everywhere in Japan, so finding one was not a problem at all. I walked into the room, indiscriminately chose a stall and stared at the “toilet.”
Known to the Japanese people as a washiki, or Japanese style, a toilet in Japan closely resembles, more than anything else, a urinal that someone has laid on the floor. The basis of its appeal to the Japanese is that one does not need to touch it in any way in order to use it. Never mind the suspicious puddles on the floor from time to time. For those ladies out there who always wanted to try peeing while standing up, this is the perfect opportunity. One simply cannot sit down to use the washiki.
Looking at the porcelain apparatus in the floor, the best option seemed to me to be the squat. I was wearing pants, so I considered taking them off completely, but eventually decided to try it with my pants on. Japanese women must use the washiki all the time without taking their pants off. Surely I am not any less proficient at using a restroom than they are. With that thought in mind, I gathered my pants and underwear around my knees and straddled the toilet.
Next it was time to move into a squatting position. The angle had to be just right. I did not want to get urine on my pants or shoes accidentally, but I also did not want to squat so far as to topple backward mid-pee. Confident in my ability to hold the position for any duration of urination, I began, and somehow I managed to do it perfectly on the first try. I was elated until a new thought occurred to me. Perhaps it would have been better to tear off the toilet paper before I actually needed it. There I was faced with the challenge of maintaining the perfect squatting angle while leaning toward the toilet paper dispenser. It was not an easy task, but again I triumphed.
After I buttoned my pants back into place, I have to say that I was feeling proud of myself. I had entered that stall with no thought to the trial it would prove to be, and I was about to leave it as a victor in my mind. I stepped away from the washiki and pushed the handle to flush it. Water gushed from one end of the toilet and slammed into the opposite end so quickly that several drops sprayed back in my direction. My victory was nothing but a dream, and my pants suffered the casualty to prove it. To add insult to injury, the restroom gave me no soap or hand towels. I found out later that not providing such amenities is normal for public restrooms in Japan.
While I left that first restroom with failure, I am happy to say that I mastered the washiki before leaving Japan. I know I could go back to Japan and feel completely comfortable with the restrooms. For now, though, I think I will appreciate a certain American comfort for what it is without complaining about a door that cannot lock.
We've seen twin sinks and twin baths. Now the latest in domestic bliss is said to be... a twin toilet.
The double lavatory is being billed as the ultimate gadget to wipe away the tears and tantrums of a rocky relationship.
The TwoDaLoo allows the unhappy couple to drop their pretences and go to the toilet at the same time.
While facing each other, the grumbling pair have a valuable chance to talk things out.
Then, having cleared the air, the idea is that the husband and wife will flush away their anger and be stronger than ever.
The potty invention, made in China of course, can also apparently help save the planet as well as the relationship.
Once both sides have bared their souls, the twin bowls of the toilet are cleaned with a single flush.
However, the inventors have recognised that the reconciliation process can take a long time.
They have developed a discreet 'privacy wall' that can be raised whenever things become uncomfortable, giving each partner some breathing space.
And, if a bit more atmosphere would help either side unburden themselves, an upgraded version includes an iPod docking station and seven-inch (18cm) TV.
But this kind of creative counselling does not come cheap.
The standard version of the tandem toilet costs more than £700 and is, as yet, only available by ordering them wholesale in batches of 12 or more.
Then, if your marriage still doesn't work, you can always blame the cistern.
A builder working at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital has reportedly been sacked, after he was caught pleasuring himself with a vacuum cleaner in the canteen.
The man was allegedly discovered naked, on his hands and knees, with his rude bits in the business end of a smiling Henry vacuum cleaner.
The Sun reports that the Polish man claimed to bosses that he had merely been vacuuming in his underwear, which was supposedly a common practice in Poland. Hmmm.
According to the reports, the man was spotted by a security guard, who told him to leave the canteen – but clean the vacuum cleaner first.
Bosses for the construction firm he worked for, refurbishing administrative offices, are quoted in the newspaper as saying: 'That behaviour is not acceptable, although it gave a few people a laugh.'