Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Puff Daddy gets his 12-year-old son a lap dance

Here's Diddy's son, Justin (the one the restaurant's named after), getting a lap dance from a couple women of questionable repute. I know you might think this is gross, but don't worry, he's 12. via

Pretty clever & cool 'helmet' advertisement

Male high school teacher has sex with student 70+ times

A male High School teacher in had inappropriate contact with a student on almost a daily basis in his classroom during half of the second semester of the 2005-06 school year, according to the criminal complaint.

Michael A. Burman, 35, of Oshkosh, is charged with 10 counts of sexual assault of a student by school staff and 10 counts of child enticement. Burman is an English teacher and also serves as track and cross-country coach at Horace Mann High School.

The former student told police last week she left study hall “basically every day” at school and met Burman in his room, where they had sexual contact behind a locked door, according to the criminal complaint. She said the contact took place “maybe like 70” times before she turned 18 in August.

North Fond du Lac police received an anonymous tip on its hotline Feb. 6 that a teacher had been carrying on a relationship with a student. Officers discovered last week who that teacher was and on Wednesday learned who the student was.

The former student said Burman had invited her to his room to show her how to use her new camera, according to the complaint. Instead of discussing the camera, she said, he began by touching her back. She said he talked about his bad marriage; that he pulled her into a corner of the room, touched her and tried to lift up her shirt, according to the complaint. In addition to meeting in his classroom, she said the contact also took place in the track room in the gym, according to the complaint. She said he wanted to have sex and he told her he would get in trouble if she told anyone about their contact. Full article here.

If you watch Grey's Anatomy or House, this parody is funny

Here's one binder most people would like in the office

Woman pulls out gun and shoots at tires of tailgator

A woman who told authorities she was fed up with tailgaters pulled out a gun and shot at the tires of a pickup that got too close, police said. Officials believe the bullet missed the pickup, and no one was hurt. Bernadette Headd, 39, was in rush-hour traffic Wednesday in suburban Detroit when the pickup pulled behind her, police said.

Headd changed lanes and fired one round from a 9 mm handgun, police said. The driver followed her and flagged down a deputy, who stopped her and found the weapon.

"She said she was tired of people tailgating her," Macomb County Sheriff Mark Hackel said. Headd, who had a permit to carry a concealed weapon, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, discharge of a firearm from a vehicle and use of a firearm during a felony. She was ordered held on $50,000 bond. Article here.

More pictures of that crazy-ass sinkhole in Guatemala

Dude who broke up with g-friend at UNC = FAKE

It turns out a Valentine's Day breakup that became an instant hit on the Internet site YouTube was a fake.

Two North Carolina college students have confessed the confrontation. was staged and they weren't even dating. Ryan Burke said it was all a stunt to show the power of the Internet.

Burke hired singers, and hundreds of spectators were on hand to witness his supposed break-up with Mindy Moorman on the campus of the University of North Carolina. Moorman's response was an angry rant filled with expletives.

Burke said he attracted a crowd by promoting the event on the social networking Web site Facebook. He claimed the two had been dating for four months and that she had cheated on him. Article here.

Because chugging 1 beer isn't 'cool' anymore...

UPS had over $600,000 in parking tickets last year

International courier UPS receives an average of more than one San Francisco parking ticket every hour, giving the company the unenviable distinction of being the city's No. 1 parking violator.

Last year, United Parcel Service paid $673,334 in fines for 11,788 tickets -- an average of one ticket every 45 minutes throughout the year.

The company is not alone. Eighteen companies have special accounts with the city to pay off parking tickets in bulk. Together, they racked up 27,395 tickets and paid more than $1.5 million in fines for the fiscal year that ended June 30.

"It's a business decision,'' company president Pat McMillan said. "Is it cheaper to pay the ticket, or is it cheaper to pay the guys working for me to spend time looking for a legal parking space?"

Neither UPS, based in Atlanta, nor FedEx, based in Memphis, keeps a tally of how much it spends nationally on parking fines, according to their spokesmen. But the tab is big: In New York City alone, UPS paid $18.7 million and FedEx paid $8.2 million during the 2005-06 fiscal year. Article here.

Couple does 'Dirty Dancing' routine at their wedding

Dude cuts off his finger on bar stool, doesn't tell anyone

A customer at a bar left a tip -- literally -- after getting his hand caught in a bar stool and somehow severing part of his middle finger, police said Monday.

With blood gushing from his left hand, the 46-year-old Hopatcong man somehow stayed in his seat for 15 minutes before finally alerting a bartender, Lt. Eric Wilsusen said.

"I don't know if he was watching the dancers or embarrassed," Wilsusen said, of the delayed report. "The tip was recovered. It went with him" to the hospital, Wilsusen said.

Wilsusen, recounting the bizarre incident, said it happened shortly after the man walked inside and pulled up a bar stool. "Somehow the tip of his finger goes between the seat cushion of the bar stool and the metal frame of the chair," Wilsusen said.

"He sits down. When he does, it severs the (tip of the) middle finger of his left hand,"Wilsusen said. Article here.