Entertainment no image

Published on February 11th, 2012 | by Yellow Magpie

0

Odd News Stories: The Weird Intruder, Terrible Advice And Porn-Watching Hypocrites

[adsense]

The Cooking, Cleaning Intruder

A very peculiar crime was committed in South Bend, Indiana, United States. A mother and her son returned home one day to discover an intruder in their home.

Keith Davis, a 46-year-old man, was seen by Ashley Murray insider her home calmly sitting on a chair. The man was later found to have folded her clothes, cleaned the floor and cooked food.Apparently, Davis believed he actually lived in the house. ‘The police said it looked like he was a good chef. It looked he had broth and everything in it.’, Murray told WNDU news.

The intruder was brought to court where the prosecutor is requesting that Davis take a psychological evaluation.

 

Minister Ridiculed Over Homeless Remark

French Junior Minister for Health, Nora Berra, gave poorly advised advice on a blog. Berra wrote that the homeless were especially vulnerable to the recent extreme cold snap and should ‘avoid going outdoors‘.

Nora Berra French Junior Minister For Health

To make matters worse for the junior minister, hundreds of people right across Europe have perished in the sub-zero conditions.

Berra’s comment caused a public outcry and many people lambasted her advice online.

Ministers Resign After Being Caught Watching Porn

Three Indian politicians resigned after being caught watching porn in parliament.

Karnataka state Minister for Cooperation, Laxman Savadi, was caught by television cameras sharing a porn video on a phone with the male Minister for Women and Child Development, C.C. Patil, while sitting in parliament.

The owner of the phone, Minister for Ports, Science and Technology, Krishna Palemar, also resigned.

Ironically, the three men were part of a highly conservative political party which prides itself on moral rectitude.

The actions of the politicians have caused outrage in Indian especially by women’s equality groups. Women in male-dominated India face a uphill battle for equality with forced marriage, honour killings, dowry-related murder and domestic violence being quite common.


About the Author



Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑