A British couple were escorted from the Hilton Deansgate in Manchester to prison. But this was no ordinary arrest. Kirsty and Nick Bigland were just married that day and had to be escorted by police from the hotel after getting in a tumultuous fight with a Hilton clerk and several security guards,
If this police officer is not the embodiment of every Prince Charming fantasy any woman has ever had — handsome, in uniform, generous, stepping in to put shoes on someone's feet (ahem, glass slipper) — then we don't know who is. Recently, an NYPD officer took the vow to 'protect and serve' to a new and swoon-alicious level. It was a blistery cold evening in the Big Apple, and Larry DePrimo — a hardcore hottie if we've ever seen one — happened to notice an elderly, barefooted homeless man.
When Christopher Stringham applied for a job with the Missouri State Highway Patrol last month, they asked him the standard set of questions. One of those questions, reports KMOV, was if he'd ever engaged in a sexual crime he could be convicted of.
Somebody needs a new wingman. Police in South Carolina arrested Calvin Bernard Hill on Sunday after the 54-year-old allegedly stabbed his friend during a disagreement over which man "can have more sex," according to a Greenwood police report.
The conventional wisdom about being a fugitive is that it's best to keep a low profile if you don't want to get caught.
A Galveston County, Texas Constable is accused by a former employee of wildly inappropriate and crude acts including what one publication describes as "forced motorboating." It's part of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed earlier this month against Pam Matranga by former deputy James Gist, the Houston Press reported.
Subtitle: Women who abuse their power to give future baby mama’s a bad name. There is nothing worse in this world than a mother who uses the children against the father in a relationship. If you are going to rank sins against men in this world, this act would be right up there with the biblical Eve’s sin committed in the Garden of Eden against God. It would be number one in 99.9% of men who are committed father’s and those who desire to be fathers, representing a quality most women desire.
There's an old saying: "Beware the long arm of the law." To that, we add, "especially when its hand is touching itself in the squad car."
This bartender may start making patrons pinky-promise not to bite him after his harrowing ordeal.
Sexual assault is not an occasional happening. A woman is assaulted every two and a half minutes in the United States. When you consider that at least half of the assaults go unreported, that is a staggering number of women and girls whose lives are affected negatively by this trauma.
If 50 is the new 30, then perhaps 74 is the new age when it's appropriate to get arrested for prostitution.
Last weekend in Toronto, where I live, a reported 1,000 people marched together in the first-ever SlutWalk. The campaign was a response to a comment made at a local university by a police officer, who said women should avoid "dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized." The police have since apologized for the officer's comment, but it still hit hard with the organizers of SlutWalk.
Paula Abdul and her beau weren't exactly feeling the love on Valentine's Day. According to TMZ, the former American Idol judge placed a hysterical call to 911, sobbing and telling the operator that her boyfriend wouldn't let her out of his car. They got into quite the blow-up.
Jon & Kate Gosselin drama hits an all-time high, but Kate wears wedding band for kids. YourTango's Celebrity Love blog has the details.
I just finished reading a blog post discussing the issue as to whether or not the "other woman" should apologize when an affair or cheater is exposed. The arguement was that the "other woman" should apologize for everything that she did, and several of the comments conveyed that opinion. However, I have an entirely different attitude and opinion on the subject matter. Why should the "other woman" apologize? She isn't sorry for anything. You only apologize when you're truly sorry for your actions, and in these situations the "other woman" is never sorry for what she did. Only on rare occasions does the "other woman" not know that the man is married, and in that case, I suppose that an apology would be in the works. However, when the "other woman" knows that the man is married, she knows what she's getting into, it's no secret, therefore, there is no sense in apologizing for something that you do not regret.