What’s a thirsty woman to do when she finds herself in an unrequited love situation with her boss? The answer is C.) Hire a ghostbuster to bust demons out of her vagina.
Chinese woman named A Xin was conned by a man who allegedly told her she had demons in her vagina that was preventing her boss from falling in love with her. Xin hired co-worker and con man Huang Jianjun and paid him $3,279 after hearing he could help her attract her boss.
After meeting in a hotel room and being told to strip naked, Jianjun convinced Xin that not only did she have demonic ghosts living in her vagina, but the only way to catch them was to use his penis. Desperate for her boss’ affection, Xin and Jianjun had sex with Jianjun later explaining that he sacrificed his virginity to exorcise Xin’s vaginal demons.
The next day, after probably still being hit with the curve by her boss, Xin called police and Jianjun was arrested. Jianjun later told authorities that he had long lost the ability to have an erection due to his diabetes.
Jianjun was released 24 hours later and is now awaiting trial.
ONROE, Ohio - A southern Ohio church has drawn a standing-room crowd for the dedication of a giant likeness of Jesus Christ that replaced a similar iconic statue destroyed two years ago in a lightning fire.
The Dayton Daily News reports that the Solid Rock Church in Monroe, north of Cincinnati, dedicated the 51-foot statue at a service Sunday night.
Nicknamed "Hug Me Jesus," the lighted statue depicts a full-bodied Jesus who's standing with open arms. It looms over the adjacent lanes of Interstate 75.
The previous statue that was ruined by lightning in 2010 was known as "Touchdown Jesus" or "Big Butter Jesus" for its creamy color. It depicted a waist-up Jesus with arms uplifted.
Sculptor Tom Tsuchiya received a standing ovation from the crowd Sunday night.
DOYLESTOWN, Ohio — An Ohio woman claims that she never knew her late husband was actually her father.
According to the Akron Beacon-Journal, Valerie Spruill, 60, found out about the family secret in 2004 from her uncle. Her husband and father, Percy Spruill, died in 1998. “I want this to be more of an inspirational story,” she told the Beacon-Journal. “If I’ve come through this, anyone can come through anything through the help of the Lord.” After her uncle told her the news, the mother of three was able to confirm through a DNA test that Percy was actually her dad.
Spruill explained to the paper that her mother originally met Percy when she was 15. She also believes that Percy knew he was her father when they were married, but didn’t want to tell her. ““It needs to be told, because children need to know where they come from,” Spruill told the paper. “And I know it hurts, because I have been devastated by this.”
Spruill says her faith in God has helped her get through this tumultuous time. “And you have to see that blessing that God gave you and accept that hand. Because everybody’s dealt a hand, and it’s not always good and it’s not always bad,” she told the Beacon-Journal. “But if you live that hand that God gave you, it’s gonna be all right. It’s gonna be all right. Yes, it is.”
Spruill is hoping to meet other siblings Percy might have fathered before they got married. She is currently seeing a therapist to help her deal with the stress.
The CNN Special Investigations Unit looks into the causes and effects of the Fort Hood shootings, Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on CNN TV. Fort Hood, Texas (CNN) -- Investigators looking into a massacre at the nation's largest military base pieced through the gruesome scene Friday morning and raided the home of the alleged gunman, searching for answers. Military officials at Fort Hood also faced another, equally difficult task: notifying the families of the 13 people killed Thursday inside a military processing center. "Today on Fort Hood, we will observe a day of mourning, remembering in our thoughts and prayers the victims of this incident," said Col. John Rossi, deputy commanding general at the base. The alleged shooter, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a psychiatrist who worked in a hospital at the base, is blamed for the deaths of 12 soldiers and one civilian, military officials said. Another 30 people were wounded; 28 of them required hospitalization. About half required surgery, and all were in stable condition Friday morning, said Col. Steven Braverman, hospital commander at Fort Hood. In news interviews Friday, the base's commander, Lt. Gen. Bob Cone, said witnesses have reported that the gunman yelled "Allahu Akbar" -- Arabic for "God is great" -- during the rampage. Cone said investigators had not confirmed that. Video: Video of shooting suspect Video: Shooting at U.S. army base Video: 'Shocked and bewildered' Gallery: Shooting at Fort Hood RELATED TOPICS Fort Hood U.S. Armed Forces Shootings The police officer who shot the gunman, ending the massacre, was among the wounded. Officer Kimberly Munley of the Fort Hood Police Department "just happened very fortunately to be very close to the incident scene," Cone told CNN's "American Morning." She shot the gunman four times and was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with him. "Really a pretty amazing and aggressive performance by this police officer," Cone said. Exact details of what happened remain unclear. Investigators were looking into whether some soldiers may have been shot accidentally by others trying to shoot the gunman. Investigators are analyzing "all the rounds, the trajectories, all the weapons, all the shots, where they came from," Rossi said. "That will be determined by the investigators." Are you there? Share your stories, photos and videos The central question they're investigating is what may have cause a member of the military to shoot his comrades -- particularly one trusted with helping others achieve a healthier mental state. "He took care of soldiers with behavioral health problems and also evaluated people who had disability evaluations," Braverman told reporters Friday morning. Asked whether Hasan, 39, had seemed adequately prepared for his job, Braverman responded, "We had no indication otherwise." Hasan had received deployment orders, military officials said. There were conflicting reports as to whether he was to deploy to Iraq or Afghanistan. Since 2001, Hasan had been telling his family that he wanted to get out of the military but was unsuccessful, said a spokeswoman for his cousin, Nader Hasan. She added that he told his family that he had been taunted after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the spokeswoman said. A police SWAT team and FBI agents raided Hasan's apartment early Friday. CNN obtained surveillance video from a 7-Eleven convenience store in Fort Hood that shows a man -- who according to the store owner is Hasan -- at the cashier's counter about 6:20 a.m. Thursday, about seven hours before the shooting. The man is dressed in traditional Arab garb. Hasan came in for coffee and hash browns most mornings, the store owner said. Nader Hasan issued a statement late Thursday on behalf of their family, saying they were "shocked" by the shootings. "We are filled with grief for the families of today's victims," the statement says. "Our family loves America. We are proud of our country, and saddened by today's tragedy."
Yeah Samaranch probably did hurt Chicago, but no one was going to beat Rio de Janeiro so it doesn't matter if they were eliminated first, second, or third. You're eliminated either way. Madrid doesn't get squat for being the runner up. Chicago needs to quit bitching (is that possible?)
Mariotti was in Copenhagen, so yeah, let's blame him.
Its always cracked me up that the Pulitzer is seen by many as this last symbol of truly great journalism and integrity when its just an ego boost for the guy who basically invented the shit we complain about with today's media over a century ago.
My town's senior elected official is (was) a rich guy who basically bought the election and chose to take only a dollar as salary, because he was a big philanthropist who was taking time away from his hedge fund to helpl the town, in between his many other works of charity. Turns out, when a university or pension fund invested with him, he and his partner would pocket the $ and put an IOU into the fund in its place. Normally someone stealing half a billion dollars would be big news, but thanks to Madoff he's somewhat below the radar. My friend who got screwed out of the election is taking the high road and not complaining when reporters track him down.
There was a thread on OO about a teenaged boy doing serious prison time for having consensual sex with a girl his own age. I think it was in Georgia or Alabama.
These "sex offender" laws were supposed to address concerns about violent rapists and child molesters moving into neighborhoods, but prosecutors seem more eager to go after teen sexters or guys who get caught pissing by the side of a road.