Monday, 6 October 2014

Man murdered and cooked his transsexual wife

Mayang Prasetyo has been named as the woman at the centre of a brutal murder-suicide in Brisbane's inner-city
An Australian chef chopped up and cooked his girlfriend before taking his own life in a grisly murder suicide.
Police were called to the Brisbane apartment of Marcus Volke, 28, after reports of a "eye-watering" smell like "rotting meat".
And shocked officers discovered the body parts of Volke's girlfriend Mayang Prasetyo in a pot on the stove.

Photos: Woman covers her entire car in human hair

Maria Lucia Mugno has made it into the Guinness World Record books by covering her car in human hair

Talk about a hairy ride. A hair stylist has achieved a new Guinness World Record by covering her car entirely in human hair.
Maria Lucia Mugno, 44, spent over 150 hours sewing the strands of hair to both the interior and exterior of her vehicle to take the title for the world's hairiest car.
Despite originally winning the title in 2010, the Italian added a further 20kg of hair to her furry Fiat to set a new record.

Ini Edo Divorce Saga Gets Messier As In-Laws Threaten To Open Her Secrets

Ini Edo

This is indeed not the best of times for the once cheerful and lovely actress Ini Edo and her marital crisis.
Former Mrs. Ehiagwina, mentioned that “irreconcilable differences” is the major reason for her divorce and denied claims that she had cheated on her husband.
Well, relatives and friends of Mr. Philps Ehiagwina are calling her out, saying she’s lying about being faithful.

Husband of two wives impregnates daughter, 16

suspect rape

A father from hell, 42-year-old Segun (surname withheld) who allegedly impregnated his only daughter (name with­held), a 16-year-old JSS 2 student in Ig­beti, Oyo State is now in prison custody for committing the abominable act.
It was gathered that the sordid story began on December 1, 2013 at Gboro compound, Igbeti, when the suspect was said to have asked the victim to come and live with him. Thirteen years earlier, he had divorced the mother of the victim, who was about three then. After the divorce, the mother took cus­tody of the victim and then remarried. Much later, the victim began living with her father.

Akon accused of trying to avoid catching Ebola at gig by performing inside giant bubble

Akon, Ebola, giant bubble

The deadly disease is ravaging parts of western Africa with over 3,000 people confirmed dead.
Akon was accused of crowd-surfing in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo inside the bubble "to avoid contracting Ebola".
The Source accused the five-time Grammy nominee of using the inflatable device to isolate himself from any potential members of the audience carrying the virus.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Removed as Trustee of Church’s U.K. Branch

Pastors Chris and Anita Oyakhilome

This is another twist of the scandalous saga of Chris and Anita Oyakhilome’s divorce, which was initiated by the pastor wife in August 2014.
After Chris’s removal Anita now presides over a seven-man Board of Trustees of the N8.2 billion rich branch, Premium Times reports with reference to the church documents obtained by the journalists.

Arsenal fans love me but I want to win everything at Chelsea : Cesc Fabregas

Cesc: Arsenal fans love me but I want to win everything at Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas brushed off the boos from Arsenal fans to help Chelsea beat his old team, with the midfielder further twisting the knife for Gunners fans by admitting he’s desperate for success at Stamford Bridge.
The Spaniard set up Diego Costa once again to seal a 2-0 victory for the Blues, but he reused to acknowledge that the result was made any sweeter by the fact that he was jeered by some Arsenal fans.

Kidnapped British teacher David Bolam released by militants in Libya

Kidnapped British teacher David Bolam released by militants in Libya

A British teacher has been released by militants after a ransom was paid.
David Bolam, who went missing in Libya in May, is ‘safe and well’ after being reunited with his family.
He had been teaching at the International School Benghazi when he was kidnapped.
His disappearance was not reported after a request from his family and the Foreign Office.

Khedira 'agrees deal to finally join Arsenal in January'

Khedira 'agrees deal to finally join Arsenal in January'

Sami Khedira has reportedly accepted a move to Arsenal in the January transfer window – with the Gunners just now needing to agree a fee with Real Madrid for his services.
Khedira came close to moving to the Emirates Stadium in the summer but could not agree personal terms to make the switch happen.

Mertesacker: Chelsea are still better and we have to learn quickly!

Mertesacker: Chelsea are still better and we have to learn quickly!

Arsenal may not have lost 6-0 at Stamford Bridge this time, but a title challenge still looks some way off as Gunners defender Per Mertesacker doesn’t think his side have made much progress when it comes to matching Chelsea.
The German World Cup winner was brutally honest in his assessment of his side’s defeat, with the centre-back admitting that Arsenal need to improve if they are going to be serious rivals to the Blues, especially in attacking positions.

Woman set ablaze by jealous wife shows her new face after 2 years of wearing a mask

A woman who has been wearing a full body mask for over two years,following horrific burns,finally got to see her new face.The 28-year-old was doused with methylated spirits and set on fire in her own home by a woman jealous of her beauty on February 16, 2012.

After 30 months of agonising reconstructive surgery and more than 30 procedures, Ms Vulin's new look was unrecognisable as that of the woman whose life had been hanging in the balance with third degrees to two-thirds of her body just a few years ago. 

Army detains General for fleeing from Boko Haram

DHQ spokesman, Major-General Chris Olukolade

Nigeria’s military authorities have detained an army general who allegedly fled into the bush with his troops to avoid confrontation with Boko Haram militants.
The general who was coordinating the military onslaught to dislodge several Boko Haram terrorists from Bama, Gwoza, Madagali, Michika and other communities in Borno and Adamawa states fled when Boko Haram militants were coming face to face with his troops.
The General was accused of providing poor leadership and failing to instill confidence in the soldiers, resulting in many soldiers allegedly abandoning the fight against the terrorists while many were killed.