Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Florida Woman Calls 911 For Sex: "I Haven't Been Penetrated in Years"

An allegedly inebriated widow from a sleepy section of Florida's West Coast was arrested last Friday after calling 911 twice in search of a cop to do "extra duty" for her, then rubbing an officer who was dispatched to her house while telling him: "I am so horny." NBC affiliate WBBH-TV:  

Police say the initial 911 call happened just after 6 p.m., when Maria Montenez-Colon complained that she wanted her Corvette back.

When the officer arrived at the Almar Drive home, he said Montenez-Colon was very drunk.

The 58-year-old immediately told the officer he was sexy and asked if he was married, according to the incident report. Then she started over-sharing.

Montenez-Colon allegedly told the officer, "I haven't been penetrated in years," and "I am so horny."

The officer tried to steer the conversation back to the topic of the call, asking what he could do for her.

Montenez-Colon's response was "You can fuck me," according to the report.

The officer calmly explained that Montenez-Colon had legally ceded the Corvette to her stepson as she attempted to rub his chest. He left, but Montenez-Colon reportedly still burned for... justice.

Less than an hour later, Montenez-Colon called 911 again, complaining the officer who was at her home "pissed her off."

The original officer arrived, along with a second officer.

Montenez-Colon reportedly complained about the original visit to the second officer, saying, "He was a perfect gentleman, but when I asked him to fuck me, he turned me down so that made me angry."

When asked by the original officer if she remembered the conversation about misuse of 911, Montenez-Colon allegedly said, "I do, but how else am I going to get you to fuck me?"

Montenez-Colon was booked for misusing the emergency line. It's her fifth arrest since the beginning of 2013.

Nigerian dad 'locked son's mouth with PADLOCK because he wouldn't stop screaming then beat him to death'

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE Chris Elvis, 30, believed his son Godrich was possessed by the devil and blamed him for a recent run of misfortune, police say.

A Nigerian dad has been arrested after allegedly locking his son's mouth with a padlock to stop him screaming before beating him to death.

Chris Elvis, 30, believed his son Godrich was a 'devil child' and blamed the boy for a recent run of ill-fortune, police in the capital Lagos say.

He burned the boy all over his body with a hot iron, beat him and locked him a plastic drum, according to court documents.

Elvis, a security guard, was arrested after the child's mother returned home and discovered the horrific scene, the IB Times reports.

Police say initially appeared mentally unstable but is not fit to be charged.

Religious leaders in Nigeria often claim children are possessed by the devil and blame them for local disasters.

Other children accused of witchcraft have been bathed in acid, poisoned to death or buried alive, according to the UK-based charity Stepping Stones.

The tragedy emerged after Islamic terrorists shot or stabbed to death 29 boys during a raid on a boarding school in Nigeria yesterday.

The feared Boko Haram group torched the secondary school to the ground at 2am.

The group has killed ­thousands of people during more than four years of attacks, making it the biggest security threat in Africa’s top oil-producing country.


Nude photos of our Apostle on Internet was blackmail -- Cherubim and Seraphim Church

Recently naked photos of the 80year old Head Prophet of the Cherubim and Seraphim, Idimu District in Alimosho Lagos State, Prophet Timothy Adewoye, went viral alleging that he had sex with a married woman who worshiped in his church. (I'm sure some of you saw the report)

Well, the national body of the Church, the Holy Order of Cherubim & Seraphim Movement Church, has spoken out about the case, saying it was all an act of blackmail.

According to one of the leaders in the church, Senior Apostle Abimbola Esuola, the clergyman had gone to the house of the said married woman to pray for her but was setup in the process. She said that 4 men came into the house where he was praying for her and ordered him to take off his clothes after which pictures of him naked were taken. They then decided to use the pictures to extort money from the Prophet. Continue...

They first demanded for N10million but was able to get N2million from him after much persuasion. They still continued asking him for money and at a time threatened to kill him if he didn't provide the money being asked for.

Worried about the developments, the Clergyman spoke to his Secretary about his predicament, who in company of other members of the church proceeded to lay a complain at the Idimu Police station.

The police then did their investigations and apprehended one Sherifat Baalogun who already had a case of extortion with them and Makanjuola Olagunja. Sherifat's husband who was also found to be an accomplice in the incident, is said to be on the run.

Sherifat and Makanjuola are currently being remanded in police custody after an Ejigbo Magistrate, Mrs M.B Folami, heard their case and ordered for them to be remanded until others involved in the case are produced.


Facebook e-mail is going away -- in case you notice
(CNN) -- Check your Facebook mail lately?

Didn't think so. Apparently not many others did, either. So after three-plus years, the world's largest social media outlet is pulling the plug on its little-used e-mail service, the company confirmed Tuesday.

"We're making this change because most people haven't been using their Facebook e-mail address, and we can focus on improving our mobile messaging experience for everyone," Facebook said in a statement.

For those who do have a Facebook mail account, messages will be forwarded to the primary e-mail address listed in a user's account, the company said. The changes are planned to roll out in March, and users can turn off that forwarding option if they prefer not to have their personal inboxes flooded with these messages.

"It's a little bit of bowing to the inevitable," said Justin Lafferty, editor of the trade site Inside Facebook. The e-mail addresses, which showed up as messages for Facebook users, never took off, and when Facebook tried to make them the default e-mail accounts for all users in mid-2012, "a lot of people were unhappy with that," he said.

"It was kind of rolled out to everyone regardless of what they wanted," Lafferty said.

With last week's $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp, the fast-growing messaging service, Facebook is focusing more on mobile messaging than e-mail these days.

Facebook ventured into the e-mail field in November 2010, adding the service to the messaging system already used heavily by its 1.2 billion users. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the time that the system would complement, not compete, with entrenched e-mail giants such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft.

"We don't expect anyone to wake up tomorrow and say, 'I'm going to shut down my Yahoo account or my Gmail account and switch exclusively to Facebook.' But we do expect a shift to more real-time communication," he said.

Lafferty said the reversal is unlikely to be remembered in the company's annals -- much like the service itself.

"Many people probably weren't even aware of the change," he said.

Africa: No EU-AU summit without Mugabe Town – African leaders have reportedly resolved not to attend the European Union-AU summit scheduled for Brussels in April if Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is not invited.

According to the Herald, Zambian Foreign Minister Wylbur Simuusa said the African Union had agreed at the recently ended summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, that African leaders had resolved to move as a united front on issues of governance and international policy.

Simuusa said the time had come for Africa to speak with one voice.

Zimbabwean Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi also confirmed the development saying he was confident the EU would allow Mugabe to attend the summit.

Mugabe was last week appointed first deputy chair of the AU executive council, a position that rendered futile a decision by the European Union not to invite him to the summit. said previous EU-AU summits have been rocked by controversy over Mugabe who is banned from travelling to Europe as part of the enforcement of sanctions it imposed on Zimbabwe.

The EU-Africa Summit is expected to focus on strategic priorities under the Joint Africa-EU Strategy.

The strategy seeks to enhance political co-operation and partnerships at all levels.

- News24

Apple Finally Releases OS X Fix For Terrible Mac Bug
 Apple finally released an update to OS X on Tuesday, four days after a security flaw in its systems was pointed out.

The security hole allows hackers on your Wifi network to see and alter messages that you send via iOS or OS X (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac). If you want to ensure your privacy is protected, you'll want to download this software update as soon as possible.

The update “address[es] the recent SSL encryption issue for both Mavericks and Mountain Lion,” Apple spokesperson Ryan James told Forbes.

Apple has released a step-by-step guide to installing the OS X Mavericks v10.9.2 update for your Mac. First, back up your computer. If something were to go wrong, you'll want to have all of your files. You can back up your computer using Time Machine, an external hard drive or a cloud backup service.

Next, click the little apple icon at the top left of your screen, and then click "Software Update."

Then go ahead and install all available updates for your computer (there may be more than one). Apple recommends that you not interrupt the installation process once you've started it.

Rapper Ice Prince Admitted To Lagos Hospital For Stress
Nigerian musician Panchak Zamani popularly called Ice Prince has been hospitalized.
A close source to the rapper said he was admitted to a medical facility in Lagos recently.

Ice Prince also broke the news on Twitter yesterday when he asked fans and supporters to remember him in their prayers.
“Somebody pray for me. Amen,” said Ice Prince

In order to stop the story from further circulating, his manager said Ice Prince was hospitalized due to severe stress he got from frequent travelling for concerts. Ice Prince’s manager Tobi Sanni Daniel said there is no need to worry because the rapper has been discharged. Due to high blood pressure detected by doctors, Ice Prince has been advised to take a lot of rest.
“He is currently recovering at home.” – said his manager.

Last year, Ice Prince became more popular after winning BET award for best international act and since then, he has been very busy.
The singer took to Twitter few hours ago to appreciate fans for their support.

“Thank You all for your prayers!!” – the rapper said

Wishing him quick recovery.