Jailed Wall Street Lawyer Launches Lawsuit against Prison Officials for Not Being Able to Order Jigsaw Puzzles

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A jailed Wall Street lawyer claims that his first Amendment rights are being breached by the ban on jigsaw puzzles imposed by the US Bureau of Prisons, due to the fact that there could be a fire hazard. Alan Berkun has been in jail for six years for stock fraud and ordered to pay over $3 million in restitution to his victims. Berkun says that prison More...

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By Annie Waldman On Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Drunk Russian Professor Forces Students to Sit 23 Hour Exam

A drunken Russian lecturer decided to subject her students to a 23-hour-long exam without restroom breaks, while she continuously took breaks to refill her alcoholic beverage. Landysh Zaripova, a Physics lecturer More...

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By Annie Waldman On Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Florida Lifeguard Fired for Rescuing Drowning Man

A Florida lifeguard was fired for vacating his lifeguarding zone to save a man drowning in an unprotected area of a beach in Hallandale Beach, Fla., Monday. Tomas Lopez, a supervisor at the beach, worked for Jeff More...

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By Annie Waldman On Friday, June 29th, 2012

Chinese Restaurant Employee Throws Customer Through Glass Door For Asking For Extra Sauce

An enraged employee at New China Wok restaurant threw a customer through a glass door, because she “politely requested more sauce packets” for her takeout order. Tiawanda Shears, the customer, sued Hui Tian More...

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By Annie Waldman On Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Restaurants Take Part in Booming Niche Known as ‘Brestaurants’ to Boost Sales

Twin Peaks restaurant is offering a lot more than chicken breasts to their patrons in an effort to boost restaurant sales, as it is now featuring it’s waitresses in scantily clad uniforms. The restaurant, which More...

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By Annie Waldman On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Southwest Ticket Agent Bars Woman from Boarding Flight Because of Her ‘Inappropriate Cleavage’

Southwest Airlines issued an apology to a woman who was told that she could not board a flight because her cleavage was deemed to be “inappropriate”. The NY Daily News reports that she was boarding a 6 a.m. More...

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By Lynn Herman On Friday, June 8th, 2012

Southwest Airlines Workers Show Love For Their Jobs with Tattoos

Southwest Airlines service is second to none – and now we see why. A group of Southwest Airlines employees are so dedicated, and love working for the airline so much, they showed it by having Southwest tattoos. Ashley More...

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By Annie Waldman On Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

Police Stop Traffic, Handcuff Every Adult at Intersection in Search of Bank Robber

Police in Aurora, Colo., said they had received a “reliable” tip that the suspect of an armed robbery at Wells Fargo bank committed earlier was stopped at the red light. Officers then barricaded the entire area More...

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By Annie Waldman On Monday, June 4th, 2012

Catholic University Employee Secretly Filmed Coworker Pumping Breast Milk

An unsuspecting female employee at DeSales University in Pennsylvania was going about her regular breast pumping business when she suddenly heard a strange noise and looked up, only to find a lens peeking down at More...

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By Lynn Herman On Monday, June 4th, 2012

Secretary Pockets $767,600 from Employer to Fund Lavish Lifestyle

A former Secretary, Helen Maria Hart, stole £500,000 (about $767,600) from her former employers, to fund the high extravagant lifestyle of the rich for six years reported the Daily Mail in a story published Friday. During More...

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