Friday, 13 February 2015

Woman Rips Her Ex-Boyfriend’s Scrotum To Shreds, Sentenced To 2 Years For The Ballsy Attack

Christina Lorena Reber
An Indiana woman who ripped her ex-boyfriend’s scrotum “to shreds” was sentenced to two years in prison after being found guilty of battery resulting in serious bodily injury. Christina Lorena Reber, 46, ripped the man’s scrotum with her bare hands in the heinous assault.
According to USA Today, the probable cause affidavit in the case outlined the brutal attack. Reber reportedly entered her ex-boyfriend’s home in March 2012 and began violently hitting him in the head. After hitting him she “grabbed his scrotum and began squeezing as hard as she could.” The ex-boyfriend claims that Reber maintained “a tight grip” as she continued to tear into his scrotum with her bare hands. To further his pain, the ex-boyfriend says that Reber used her fingers to continually dig in to his scrotum and refused to let go.

Nigeria political parties top world's most corrupt

 Transparency International (TI)'s global corruption barometer shows that at least 94% of people in Nigeria think that the country's political parties are affected by corruption, making them (parties) the most corrupt in the world.
TI declared this in a graph that was published on its Twitter account on Thursday.

Lekki/Epe toll gate goes if I’m elected governor - Jimi Agbaje

Lagos state PDP gubernatorial candidate Jimi Agbaje, has promised to pull down the Lekki/Epe toll gates, if elected next governor of the state. He said this at a peaceful protest, tagged March for freedom, organised by Freedom Group in Lekki

We’ll Kill 20 for Each Police Life Lost During Elections – AIG Mbu

Joseph Mbu
Assistant Inspector General of Police (Zone 2) Joseph Mbu, on Thursday declared that any politicians or their aides who attempt to engage in any violence or harm any policemen during elections in is zone, would be severely dealt with.

Why some Abuja men spend more time in beer palours, gardens


Some men in Abuja have given reasons why they prefer to stop over at drinking joints before going home.
Few of them who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja noted that they did that to avoid unnecessary squabbles with their wives.
They also said disturbances from their children contributed to making them stay late night at drinking joints.
Mr. Ferdinand Lucas, a welder, who usually visited Cachez Garden, Wuse, said that he stopped over at the garden to relax with a bottle of beer before going home to avoid argument with his wife.