Vibrator part left in woman’s genitals
A Taiwanese woman lodged a police report against her boyfriend after he forced a vibrator into her private part without her consent. Worse, the boyfriend – a medical student in his 30s – did not notice that a part of the vibrator had broken off and was left inside the woman’s body.
His girlfriend, known only as Xiao Man, found out about the broken bit after taking an X-ray after suffering pain in her vagina for three days. The furious woman, who was against the use of the sex toy, lodged a report with the Taiwan police against her boyfriend for offence against sexual autonomy.
According to Liberty Times, the man had numerous times requested his girlfriend of three years to use a vibrator while they have sex but was rejected. Both of them had even quarrelled a few times over the issue.
Recently, when the couple was having sex, the man took out a vibrator and put it into Xiao Man’s private part without her knowing. He stopped when she complained of pain and quickly pulled out the vibrator and hid it, not knowing that the front part of the sex toy had broken off and was left in her vagina.
Since then, the girlfriend had complained of pain in her vagina and sought treatment from a hospital three days later. She was shocked when doctor told her that a half oval-shaped object was found lodged in her vagina.
SOURCE: The Daily Chilli
J-J-JAM IT IN gently next time, please? Y’know, for a medical student, his lack of interest in using a speculum during foreplay has puzzled me the most.
Russian police ‘used drivers as human shield’
Russia has launched a criminal inquiry following claims that traffic police used civilian motorists as a “human shield” to stop suspected criminals. Several drivers were reportedly ordered to use their cars to form a barrier on a major Moscow motorway last Friday.
A vehicle driven by the suspected robbers smashed through the blockade minutes later and kept going. No-one was hurt but several cars were damaged. The traffic police commander in charge has already been sacked. It is the latest in a series of reported incidents involving Russian police, who are seen by many Russians as corrupt and brutal.
Russia’s investigative committee, under the prosecutor general’s office, announced on Wednesday that a criminal investigation into the abuse of office by the traffic police was now under way. It said it would investigate every single officer involved.
Moscow police chief Vladimir Kolokoltsev has already fired traffic police commander Alexander Kozlov, whose subordinates conducted the operation. Stanislav Sutyagin says he was he was one of the civilian motorists used in the blockade.
In a video posted on YouTube, he said the police had not informed the drivers about what was going on, including the fact that the suspects were armed. He says that just minutes later the robbers’ car, a silver Audi, hit his Mercedes and a car of another motorist.
“We could have been killed. What if the criminals had stopped? We could have come under fire? Is it really the case that our lives are worthless in the Russian state?”
He added that the traffic police officers had parked their cars behind the civilian vehicles during the operation.
SOURCE: BBC News
It’s good to know that the Judge Dredd badassery of the Russian Spetsnaz has also been inherited by Russia’s law enforcement agencies. Picture related.
Man used penis to assault female police officer
A man who assaulted a female police officer with his penis has been fined. Marium Varinauskas, 28, tried to strike the officer on the head with his penis when she was called out to his flat, but she got out of the way. Lithuanian Varinauskas admitted a charge of assault at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and was fined £600. The court heard he had been drinking heavily and could not remember committing the offence at his home in Aberdeen.
Police were called to his home by his girlfriend, who had complained about him being drunk last November. They arrived to find the self-employed engineer sitting on the sofa wearing a pair of underpants. Fiscal depute Elaine Lynch said: “The accused got to his feet and was standing over the police officer exposing his penis and thrusting it in her face, forcing her to take evasive action to avoid getting struck.”
Defence solicitor John Hardie said: “He was sitting on the couch drunk with his pants on.
“He can’t remember anything but accepts that if that’s what the police say then that’s what happened.
“He has never been so drunk before that day and accepts he has to take full responsibility. He apologises profusely and is extremely embarrassed.”
His not guilty plea to committing a breach of the peace by uttering offensive and sexual remarks was accepted by the Crown. Sheriff Annella Cowan was told that the Lithuanian had now quit binge drinking because of the incident.
SOURCE: BBC News
If you consider the capability of the male genitalia to fire sticky liquid projectiles at close range, shouldn’t his heinous act constitute as an armed assault on a police officer using a (non)lethal firearm?
Fetish black market for JAL uniforms
Flight attendants for struggling Japan Airlines have been warned not to sell their outfits online to uniform fetish fans. London’s Daily Telegraph reports that the uniforms are incredibly popular items online, often commanding exorbitant prices. A full set was reportedly up for sale for about NZ$4300 (USD3,040.63/RM10,094.90). The airline plans to shed more than 15,000 staff, including 1300 flight attendants, leading to fears that sacked stewardesses will look to make quick cash by selling of their outfits.
“We have very strict rules on our uniforms and when people leave the company they are required to return them,” a spokeswoman for JAL told the Daily Telegraph.
The blackmarket in flight attendant uniforms is also a concern for security reasons, as it could allow imposters to gain access to restricted areas in airports. The airline has said it will prosecute anyone trying to sell the uniforms. The problem also affects Japan’s other major carrier, All Nippon Airways, who put traceable computer chips into their uniforms to discourage their sale.
Japan Airlines went bankrupt in January with NZ$8.6 billion in debt, ending its final day trading on the Japanese stock exchange with shares at just one yen.
What can I say? Times are tough, and with that much money for a uniform that would’ve cost far less than a few hundred dollars to sew, anyone would’ve fukken’ sold it at lightning speed.