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  1. Naked Burglar Found In Tub Eating Cheetos Victim found nude woman, 29, in her bathroom, police report View Document Cheetos Burglar Cheetos Burglar Submit a Tip! APRIL 19--Upon returning home from work Tuesday, a Louisiana resident discovered a woman “naked in her bathtub and eating her Cheetos,” police report. According to an arrest affidavit, the victim found the stranger inside her Monroe home around 5 PM. When she confronted the intruder, the woman told cops, the naked burglar claimed that “an unknown male told her to break into the victim’s house.” Cops responding to a 911 call identified the naked woman as Evelyn Washington, a 29-year-old Monroe resident whose home is a little more than a mile away from the victim’s house. Washington apparently entered the home through a broken window. An officer noted that she observed the bathtub “to be full of water and a plate of food along with half-eaten Cheetos belonging to the victim on the toilet next to the tub.” Seen in the above mug shot, Washington was arrested for burglary and criminal damage to property. She is locked up in lieu of $8000 bond at the Ouachita Correctional Center. (1 page)
  2. Uganda's President Wants to Ban Oral Sex, Says the "Mouth is for Eating" "The mouth is for eating, not for sex. We know the address of sex," says President Museveni. Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has issued what he calls a "public warning" against oral sex. The president claims the practice has been pushed on Ugandans by "outsiders," and argues that the mouth is solely for eating. "Let me take this opportunity to warn our people publicly about the wrong practices indulged in and promoted by some of the outsiders," he told the press during an address. "One of them is what they call oral sex. The mouth is for eating, not for sex. We know the address of sex, we know where sex is," he continued. According to the Daily Mail, back in 2014 Museveni stated that performing oral sex could cause people to get worms. "You push the mouth there, you can come back with worms and they enter your stomach because that is a wrong address," he is quoted as saying. That same year he passed the "Anti-Homosexuality Act," which makes being gay illegal in Uganda, and makes it a criminal offense to not report someone for being gay. Though it's sadly clear that Museveni is serious about his disapproval of oral sex, folks online have managed to find the humor in his comments.
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    Alabama gets DUMPED on

    Alabama mayor: 'Poop train' finally empty; sludge gone By: JEFF MARTIN, Associated Press Updated: Apr 19, 2018 08:42 AM EDT ATLANTA (AP) - An Alabama mayor says the last train car full of New York City sewage sludge that has stunk up her town has finally been emptied. For more than two months, the sludge has blown an unbearable stench throughout the small town of Parrish. Mayor Heather Hall said on social media Wednesday that all of the containers have been emptied. Some are still awaiting shipment back to the northeast U.S. The sludge is a byproduct of New Yorkers' excrement. It was shipped to the nearby Big Sky landfill. Hall said after a public outcry, the Norfolk Southern railroad required Big Sky to hire more truck drivers to remove the sludge. Experts say other states send their waste to Alabama due to low landfill fees and lax zoning laws. New York has discontinued shipments for now.
  4. 911 operator jailed for hanging up on callers, once saying: ‘Ain’t nobody got time for this’ Apr 18, 2018 10:40 pm A Houston 911 operator has been found guilty of interference with emergency phone calls and sentenced to 10 days in jail plus probation. (Image source: YouTube screencap) A former Harris County, Texas, 911 operator has been sentenced to jail after being found guilty of hanging up on “thousands” of citizens calling in emergencies. Crenshanda Williams will serve 10 days in jail and face 18 months of probation for the crimes. Williams was busted after it was found that she had an abnormal number of calls that lasted less than 20 seconds. Investigators discovered that she was systematically hanging up on people. In one noteworthy incident, Jim Moten called 911 to report two vehicles racing on the same highway stretch where fatalities had occurred weeks earlier. Before Moten was even able to explain his emergency to Williams, who answered, she told him, “Ain’t nobody got time for this. For real,” and cut off the call. Moten reacted in court documents, saying, “If someone calls in to report an incident whether the person feels this is an emergency or not, you should have time for it. This is a person that probably doesn’t need this job.” Another incident that caught the attention of law enforcement was when citizen Hua Li called 911 while Williams was on duty. After walking into a store and hearing yelling that there was a robbery going on, Li witnessed a suspect with a gun and recalled five to six gunshots being fired. Li ran to his car and called 911 while driving away. According to court documents, Williams answered Li’s first call and immediately hung up. When Li called a second time, Williams answered, “Houston 911, do you need medical, police or fire?” He responded, “This is a robbery.” Williams sighed and hung up on the caller a second time. On Li’s third 911 call to report the incident, he reached a different operator and was able to report what he witnessed. By the time officers arrived on the scene of the robbery, the store manager — a father of four who was expecting his first grandchild — was found dead. Following Williams’ sentencing, Assistant District Attorney Lauren Reeder said in a statement: “The citizens of Harris County rely on 911 operators to dispatch help in their time of need. When a public servant betrays the community’s trust and breaks the law, we have a responsibility to hold them criminally accountable.”
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    Here we go.....KNIFE CONTROL!!!!!!!

    Mother of fatally stabbed college student pushes for strict knife control 7 mins A Texas mom is attempting to ban Bowie-style knives. Her son, a freshman, was murdered on the Texas campus in May with such a knife. (Getty Images) The mother of a University of Texas, Austin student killed with a knife during an attack is pushing to ban Bowie-style hunting knives. What are the details? Lori Brown is pushing for knife control on behalf of her son, Harrison, a freshman who was murdered on the Texas campus in May with such a knife, according to KXAN-TV. KXAN reported that after Harrison was stabbed, he tried to call his mother. He didn’t live long enough to speak with her before succumbing to his fatal injury. Authorities charged the suspect, Kendrex White, with murder and aggravated assault for the attack that ended Harrison’s life and injured three other students. White claimed that he was insane at the time of the stabbings and does not recall the attacks. What about HB 1935? KXAN reported that the type of knife used in the slaying were already illegal to carry in Texas at the time of Harrison’s murder, but after his death, Texas House Bill 1935 — which allowed the knives to be carried in certain places in Texas, except for all school campuses — was signed into law. “In my opinion, [HB 1935] totally disregards Harrison and how he died and his murder,” Lori Brown told KXAN. “It really did feel like a slap in the face.” “I have nothing to lose,” she said of attempting to persuade Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and his administration to listen to her pleas. “I will not take ‘no’ for an answer. If something like this happens again, I just don’t know what I would do.” “Bottom line: It should have never happened that day,” Brown added. “It should not have happened. [White] should have not been allowed to have an illegal knife on him and use it to murder somebody.” She said that she hopes to “repeal, or amend, or maybe poke some holes into House Bill 1935.” “In addition to that, I’d also like to see some changes made — on college campuses, university campuses and with this House Bill — that prevent knives, Bowie knives, swords, machetes from getting into the wrong hands and coming onto campus,” Brown concluded.
  6. Right Way Ministries building deemed unfit, unsafe A nonprofit specializing in religious-based addiction recovery program has until May 1 to make corrections. PANAMA CITY — A nonprofit specializing in religious-based addiction recovery has found itself in hot water over numerous code enforcement violations. A Bay County fire safety inspector and code enforcement officer both have sent letters to Robert Flores of Right Way Ministries, 2909 E. 11th St., detailing numerous problems with the live-in facility. The fire inspector noted concerns about the alarm system, lack of emergency lighting, blocked exits in sleeping areas, uncovered electrical wiring and expired fire extinguishers, according to the letter. As a result of issues noted by the fire inspector, code enforcement has declared the structure unfit and unsafe unless corrections are made. The orders do not shut down the recovery program or force clients to find other housing, according to Bay County Information Officer Valerie Sale. Flores said he will be working on correcting the issues. “We are having some problems,” he said. “We have some issues that got to be fixed. We will take care of them; that’s the bottom line.” He added he is hopeful the code enforcement violations won’t hurt his organization’s mission as a recovery support program. “We don’t want that to happen,” he said. “We want to keep helping people.” According to the letter sent by the county, Right Way has until May 1 to make the corrections. The county stressed in the letter the electrical work must be performed by a licensed electrical contractor. Flores said in addition to physical improvements, he also will be making changes to how many people are allowed to stay in each room in order to meet the order that all doors and windows not be obstructed by furniture. “We’re going to lower it down to two per room,” Flores said. When asked how much of a change that would be from the current situation, he said only, “We’re about at that right now.” County records show the facility has been under investigation by code enforcement since 2016 and historically has been slow to make changes. Code enforcement is the only agency with any oversight over the facility, according to Flores; the nonprofit doesn’t accept money from any government agency, so it is billed as a ministry and thus exempt from taxes. Technically it is a “recovery support program” and not a licensed addiction treatment program.
  7. Washington, D.C., may allow 16-year-olds to vote for president in the 2020 election USA TODAY NETWORKPeggy Fox, WUSA-TV, Washington, D.C.Published 6:47 a.m. ET April 17, 2018 (Photo: Bradley Wakoff, Fort Collins Coloradoan) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE WASHINGTON -- By the 2020 presidential election, 16 and 17-year-olds may be able to vote in the nation's capital. Washington, D.C. may lower the voting age for federal and local elections to 16. The legislation was introduced last Tuesday by D.C. council member Charles Allen (D-Ward 6), who said he was inspired by the high schoolers that came to D.C. to protest at the March for our lives. Advocates of the measure say they have the support of seven of 13, a majority of D.C. Council members. "I think people are getting excited about this, especially with what's going on in the nation right now in terms of youth leading social change. So I think that people are going to be very excited about it and want to get on board," said Alisha Chopra, 18, a senior at School Without Walls. The Parkland students who survived a mass shooting in February are already credited for changing laws in Florida. Now, a group of young people in D.C. are working on getting the vote for 16 and 17-year-olds. "We work, we pay taxes, we care for family members, we can drive, we can do so many other things. So, adding voting onto that isn't going to be that big of a responsibility. We can handle it," said Alex Shyer, a 16-year-old Sophomore at Woodrow Wilson High School. The last time the voting age was changed in this country was four decades ago. The Vietnam War was raging, and students protested that it was unfair 18-year-old could be drafted but could not vote. In 1971, Congress passed the 26th Amendment giving people 18 and older the right to vote. In 2013, Takoma Park, Md., allowed 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in local elections, and other cities, including Berkely, Calif., also extended voting rights. But while cities can only extend voting rights in municipal elections, the District of Columbia is treated a state in some cases, and can, therefore, change the voting age to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote for President of the United States in addition to local elections. Supporters of the legislation are hoping to have a public hearing set up in June and then a vote on the measure before the end of the year.
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    Local Teen denied going to Prom

    Local teen denied going to prom By Danielle Ellis | Posted: Mon 10:59 PM, Apr 16, 2018 WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - For many teenagers, dressing up and going to prom is a rite of passage, but this past weekend, one local student was denied the experience. Corsages, shoes, the perfect dress, and even a date; Hannah Cooper had everything she needed for her junior prom... except a ticket. "I tried on about six [dresses] and then I finally found my dress and it was the one," Cooper said. "She went in Monday to turn in her form for her date and to buy tickets and when she went in they told her they didn't think she was going to be able to go," Natasha Cooper, Hannah's mother said. Hannah was a student at Walton High School until her sophomore year when her mother pulled her out due to health concerns. Now she attends Florida virtual school. "She [the principal] told me she didn't think that I would be allowed to go because I didn't attend her school full time," Hannah said. Florida law says home-educated students are eligible to participate in the public schools' interscholastic extracurricular activities if they meet certain requirements, which Walton High School Principal Janet Currid said Cooper does not. "Walton High School is not listed as a secondary school for this student and because she's not, she's not our student and we only allow students at Walton High School and their approved dates, dates who have gone through an approval process, to attend our prom," Currid said. School officials said it comes down to safety concerns. "We are definitely not trying to exclude students at Walton High School and within our school district, but we are trying to keep our students safe and it becomes an issue of safety when we start letting students attend our events who are not students of our school or students within our Walton County School District," Currid added. The event was Saturday, and although Cooper tells us she and her date tried to make the most out of the night, she said she is devastated she will never have those memories of a junior prom. "It just makes me upset that I wasn't allowed to go and hang out with friends and just be a part of the whole experience," Hannah said tearfully. The Coopers said even though Hannah couldn't attend this weekend's prom, they will continue to fight for other home-educated students to have the chance to go in the future.
  9. Would you try it? Bizarre app plays songs based on the rhythm of your movements during SEX The app has a range of categories for users to choose from, including dance, trance funk, chill, roots or smooth jazz TECHNOLOGY The app syncs songs based on the rhythm of your movements during sex (Image: Getty) Get Daily updates directly to your inboxWhether it’s some classic Barry White or more romantic John Legend, many couples play songs to enhance the mood while they’re having sex . Now, a new app called Bed Beats has been released, that syncs songs based on the rhythm of your movements during sex. The app has a range of categories for users to choose from, including dance, trance funk, chill, roots or smooth jazz. Once you’ve downloaded the app, you place your phone somewhere on the mattress. The app has a range of categories for users to choose from, including dance, trance funk, chill, roots or smooth jazz (Image: Bed Beats) The app then detects the movements of the mattress while you have sex, and chooses songs from your chosen category that fit with your love making. Nicholas Thomas, a user of the app, said: “There’s nothing worse than fooling around and getting pulled out because the tempo changes or the lyrics are distracting. “Sex is better with Bed Beats, my girlfriend and I get lost in the moment, in each other. “The music adds to the sex, it doesn’t distract.” The app is available now on both the App Store and Google Play Store, and costs £1.99.
  10. Man with hatchet threatens Arizona woman packing heat. It does not end well for the man. 42 mins A man wielding a hatchet attempted to rob a woman in Arizona. She was packing heat and it didn't end well for him. (Image source: Getty Creative) 18Follow Chris EnloeWEEKEND EDITOR As the old saying goes: “Don’t bring a knife to a gun fight.” Or in this case, a hatchet. An Arizona man made that mistake on Friday — and now he’s paying for it. What happened? According to KMSB-TV, the unknown assailant attempted to rob a woman outside a convenience store in south central Tucson, Arizona, wielding only a hatchet. The man reportedly demanded the victim’s keys and threatened her with his archaic weapon. Unfortunately for the man, he apparently never heard the aforementioned adage, nor did he understand that nearly 1-in-3 Arizonans pack heat. Fortunately for the man’s female victim, she was 1-in-3 that night — or in her case, 1-in-2. According to KMSB, the man attempted to accost the victim when she entered her car. That’s when she retrieved her firearm and shot him. The man did not perish, and the woman kept watch over him as police arrived. What did the police do? Once on the scene, police officers provided first aid on the suspect. He was later transported to the hospital with injuries that weren’t life threatening. The injured suspect remained in the hospital over the weekend and charges are pending, KMSB reported.
  11. Streets of Cancun run red with 14 murders in 36 hours A couple walks past bullet casings at a crime scene in Cancun in January 2017. (Associated Press) Mexico’s most popular holiday hotspot has become overrun with drug gangs, as violence in the tourist party town escalates to unprecedented levels. Cancun has seen 14 murders in just 36 hours — the highest ever in the country’s recorded history, according to Noticaribe. The latest violence on April 4 saw 14 people killed and at least five others left with gunshot wounds, in six separate instances in the party town. The figures surpass Cancun’s previous record of nine killings in a day, which was set on Nov. 25, 2004. CANCUN MURDER SURGE FUELED BY ALLEGED DRUG QUEEN'S TURF WAR More than 100 people have been slaughtered in Cancun since the beginning of 2018, as Mexico’s cartels continue to spread fear through the country. The Mexican tourist hotspot’s growing crime wave threatens to leave it a ghost town, with most murders in Cancun remaining unsolved. Amid a thriving drug trade and widespread extortion, fear is rampant and threatens to have a spillover effect on the country’s multibillion-dollar tourism industry.
  12. High schooler defies ban on his gun T-shirts, gets sent to ‘the cubicle.’ Now he’s fighting back. 1 hour A Wisconsin high school freshman defied his principal's ban on his gun T-shirts — and the kid got sent to a small room known as "the cubicle" for doing so. Now the freshman is suing the principal. (Image source: YouTube screenshot) 44Follow Dave Urbanski Matthew Schoenecker — a freshman at Markesan High School in Wisconsin — was more than happy to show WISN-TV his collection of witty T-shirts depicting guns and other weapons. One spells the word “Love” using a handgun, grenade, knives and a rifle. Another declares “Celebrate Diversity” underneath an image of 12 different firearms. And then there’s the one that announces, “2nd Amendment: America’s Original Homeland Security.” Special: It's scary what this site knows about us. Have you looked up a name? Image source: YouTube screenshot “I enjoy shooting, and I enjoy the Second Amendment, like the right to keep and bear arms,” Matthew told the station. Image source: YouTube screenshot But according to Matthew, his principal doesn’t much enjoy his T-shirts — and banned him from wearing them to school, WISN reported. In fact, the station said Matthew and his parents were told before spring break that he could no longer come to school wearing the T-shirts. But when Matthew went to school last Friday wearing the “Love” T-shirt, he got in trouble, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Image source: YouTube screenshot “It was his choice whether he wears it or not,” Matthew’s father, Brian Schoenecker, told the station. “He decided, ‘I’m gonna wear this. It’s my right.'” Image source: YouTube screenshot Schoenecker said he was “a little upset” upon learning that his son was being disciplined and went there with Matthew’s mother, Pam Schoenecker, to “see what’s going on,” WISN reported. What happened to Matthew? Matthew’s parents found him in a small room known as “the cubicle” because he refused to cover his gun T-shirt, WISN said. He received no instruction while in the cubicle, the Journal Sentinel reported, adding that the principal sent Matthew there. Image source: YouTube screenshot Regarding her son’s T-shirts, Pam Schoenecker told WISN “there’s nothing in there saying he’s promoting violence whatsoever, which is what the principal said was the issue, that he was promoting violence at school.” How is Matthew fighting back? Matthew filed a federal lawsuit against the principal, the station reported, adding that gun rights group Wisconsin Carry is funding it. “I didn’t think it would get this big, this bad,” Matthew told WISN. What does the suit say? The suit was filed Monday in Milwaukee and names principal John Koopman as the sole defendant, the Journal Sentinel reported, adding the suit claims Koopman violated Matthew’s freedom of expression and that his T-shirts depict guns and other weapons in “a non-violent, non-threatening manner.” John Monroe — a Georgia-based attorney who’s successfully represented many Wisconsin gun owners — is representing Matthew, the paper added. What does Wisconsin Carry have to say? Nik Clark, Wisconsin Carry president, told the Journal Sentinel that Matthew’s parents are members of his group and that they said teachers were harassing Matthew about his T-shirts after the Parkland, Florida, shooting even though he’d been wearing them all year without an issue. Image source: YouTube screenshot Clark added to the paper that he doesn’t believe the case needs to drag on long and that the Markesan community supports gun rights. The suit, he said, seeks only a court order allowing Matthew to wear his T-shirts and costs for bringing the lawsuit, the Journal Sentinel reported. There are no explicit school rules against T-shirts featuring guns, the paper added, but Koopman told Matthew’s parents at a meeting last month that he has discretion to restrict clothing at school he deems inappropriate. Both WISN and the Journal Sentinel said the Markesan School District didn’t respond to their requests for comment.
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    Boy crushed by minivan seat

    911 dispatcher who answered call from boy crushed by minivan seat complained about job days before incident The 911 operator who answered a Cincinnati teen’s call before he was crushed to death by a minivan seat Tuesday complained on social media days before the tragedy about having to work overtime. Amber Smith groused about her job on her personal Facebook page a few times, the most recent being last Friday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported Thursday. In May 2017, Smith wrote a post “venting” about how working overtime makes her and her co-workers “hate our job.” “I’m always at work and working overtime…all it does [is] make us hate our job and hate the people that are off for months…Just feel like venting. That’s all. Nothing will change,” she wrote. Kyle Plush, 16, called 911 at least twice Tuesday afternoon while he was strapped in the 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan outside Seven Hills School in Madisonville. The third-row seat flipped and pinned him while he was trying to reach his tennis equipment. The second call was answered by Smith who has worked as a dispatcher for four years. BOY, 16, DIES AFTER BEING CRUSHED BY MINIVAN SEAT IN SCHOOL PARKING LOT DESPITE 2 CALLS TO 911 Kyle Plush, 16, was crushed to death in the back of his minivan despite giving 911 dispatchers his exact location. (Fox 19 Now) Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said during a news conference Thursday something "went terribly wrong” during the second 911 call. "This young man was crying out for help and we were not able to get information to officers on the scene," Isaac said. Plush was able to tell Smith where he was located during the call but she failed to relay that information to the additional officers who were at the scene, Isaac said. During the call, Plush explained to Smith the call was not a joke. "I am trapped inside my gold Honda Odyssey van in the parking lot of the Seven Hills...Send officers immediately," Plush pleaded. "I’m almost dead.” Kyle Plush told a 911 dispatcher that he was trapped inside a 2004 Honda Odyssey. (Fox 19 Now) Smith was placed on administrative leave as officials investigate the incident. Plush’s body was found by his father some five hours later. The Hamilton County coroner ruled the death a case of accidental asphyxia due to chest compression, determining there had been no foul play. Honda said in a statement that it didn’t have any information to immediately explain what had gone wrong. “Honda has seen media reports regarding the tragic death of a teenager in a 2004 Honda Odyssey in Cincinnati, Ohio,” the company said. “Our hearts go out to the victim’s family during this difficult time. Honda does not have any specific information from which to definitively determine what occurred in this incident. We can confirm that there were no seat-related recalls affecting the 2004 Honda Odyssey.” Officials are investigating why it took so long for somebody to find the teen despite Plush giving officials a detailed location of the van. City Manager Harry Black told the Cincinnati Enquirer the city’s 911 center has problems regarding staffing, training and technology. "When I got here [in 2014], the 911 center was a mess," Black said. "We have spent a significant amount of money on training, facilities, technology and staffing. There have been improvements, but not enough improvements.” "When you call 911, somebody must always be there to answer the call and to answer the call in the right way," Black added. "There can be no exceptions." The city’s 911 center has had five directors in the past four years and its budget was cut $400,000 since 2016. Records showed the center needed 17 dispatchers and 15 operators, the paper reported. Former director, Jeff Butler, wrote a report to Isaac two years ago stating the center “was in trouble” and needed more funding, staffing and better training. "The entire operation of the Emergency Communications Center has been negatively impacted by management failures," Butler wrote in the memo. He was transferred from his post a year later. City Councilman Christopher Smitherman said he would recommend the City Council investigate the 911 center following Plush’s death. "The death of Kyle Plush is horrible & senseless," Smitherman tweeted Thursday. "The city of Cincinnati must do all we can to prevent this from happening again."
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    She's got Designer Nipples

    Surgeon specializing in 'designer nipples' says patients want the Kendall Jenner look By Michael Bartiromo | Fox News A doctor in New York says he's seeing more and more requests for his "designer nipples," with some patients citing celebs like Kendall Jenner as having the ideal look. (x17online) Plastic surgeon Norman Rowe might specialize in “designer nipples,” but don’t poke fun — his business is reportedly booming, according to a feature published on The New York Post. Rowe, who practices at Rowe Plastic Surgery on Park Avenue in NYC, says the women who seek his services are looking to change the firmness, shape and even color of their nipples, often in order to better highlight their breasts through their clothing. “I think it would be really cool to just have protruding nipples all the time,” said one woman featured in the New York Post’s video. TEEN HUMILIATED AFTER SCHOOL MADE HER COVER 'PROTRUDING' NIPPLES One patient even cited Kendall Jenner as having ideal nipples, remarking that she loved the “pointiness” of Jenner’s nipples, and adding that they look “sexy and feminine” through her shirt. Rowe achieves the results his patients seek, at least in part, with fillers that last “about two years,” he says, as opposed to a more traditional filler like Botox, which lasts only three to four months. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PROTEST FOR RIGHT TO GO BRALESS The “designer nipple” trend isn’t exactly new, either. Rowe told the DailyMail in June 2017 that requests for his services were on the rise. And in November 2017, the Huffington Postreported that a plastic surgery firm that operates in the Midwest saw requests for the surgery surge by as much as 30 percent. Rowe added that celebrities are largely driving the trend, especially those wearing thin or sheer tops that highlight their bodies. “My patients come in with pictures from magazines of nipples that they want; they want to wear see-through dresses too, and that makes them take a closer look at their nipples,” he told the Daily Mail in 2017. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS More recently, one of Rowe’s patients told the Post she was also hoping her new nipples would “constantly make her feel like a woman” — but Rowe still seems to credit celebrities with furthering that notion. “I think more recently, the more prominent nipple has become a very popular look and a trend, and a lot of our patients want that high beam or headlight look,” he told the Post.
  15. Retired Army general catches 877-pound bluefin tuna, breaks state record By Madeline Farber | Fox News Scott Chambers, (kneeling, left) a retired Army general, caught the bluefin on March 17. (North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries ) A Delaware man reeled in a massive, 877-pound bluefin tuna on March 17 -- and ultimately set a new record for bluefin tuna in North Carolina, the state’s Division of Marine Fisheries announced on Monday. It took well over an hour for Scott Chambers, a retired Army general from Townsend, to reel in the fish off of the Oregon Inlet, which is located just off of North Carolina’s coast. Chambers told Fox News on Tuesday that he was staying at his home in the Outer Banks when he and some friends went fishing on the "A-Salt Weapon," a charter boat captained by Chambers’ longtime friend and fisherman, Dennis Endee. “That day, we hooked into that absolute monster,” Chambers said. After finally landing the bluefin on the boat, the fishermen knew it was massive but weren’t exactly sure of its size. But Chambers immediately recongnized that the bluefin was the biggest fish he’d ever caught -- it far outweighed a blue marlin he reeled in a few years back, he said. Chambers said that the bluefin is the biggest fish he's ever caught. (Scott Chambers) Once the fishermen arrived back at Pirate’s Cove in Manteo, a crane was used to lift the fish off of the boat and onto a scale, which read a whopping 877 pounds. “Everyone was in disbelief,” Chambers said. The fish measured 113 inches in length and was 79 inches around. The mammoth tuna broke the state record by 72 pounds, thus becoming the biggest bluefin catch on-record since 2011, according to the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries, which certified the record. Still, Chambers’ catch is a ways off from the 1979 world record. That year, a 1,496-pound bluefin was caught in Nova Scotia, according to the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries. While the 55-year-old was excited about his catch, he was also ecstatic for Endee. “To see the level excitement as captain of that boat -- I kept thinking: ‘This is so cool for Dennis.’” Since the catch, Chambers said he had given some of the bluefin’s meat to friends. The rest, however, has been used by his wife to make fish tacos that are “absolutely sinful,” he said.
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