A man nearly died after putting an eel up his butt as he had seen in a porn flick, which apparently had no disclaimer, like: This sex act is being performed by an experienced sex stunt professional; please do not attempt at home. If only this were an isolated event.
In this quick clip, a mugger is seen attempting to snatch a purse from a reportedly pregnant woman. A vendor on the busy Chinese street jumps to the woman’s defense, tackles the would-be robber and holds him down.
A woman passing through airport security was found with a bottle of liquid that was too large to allow on the plane. As they routinely do these days, security informed her that she had to discard the liquid or drink it. She drank it, but she would not swallow it.
A woman in China has filed an official complaint against the Liyuan Industrial and Commercial Bureau for shoddy manufacturing after a fake pregnancy belly she was wearing slipped off, causing her extreme embarrassment.
Big mucky-muck Yan Linkun Vice Chairman of the Yunnan Mining Co., was late for his flight and, unsurprisingly, missed it. The surprise came when he totally lost it and destroyed the counter at the gate, as so many before him had no doubt wanted to do. Rank has its privileges.
This news item was missed by many, overshadowed by coverage of the Sandy Hook school massacre, which occurred the same day, December 14, 2012. On that day in China, Min Yongjun, driven insane by the Mayan calendar’s purported predictions of the end of the world, stabbed 23 people, 22 of the school children.
In China, a person can be sentenced to death for crimes ranging from theft, to drug offenses, to murder. In a show that aired weekly on the Henan Legal Channel for six years, host Ding Yu conducted interviews with condemned criminals preparing to be executed for murder. Below is a segment from BBC’s This World focusing on the Chinese show, titled simply Interviews Before Execution.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Like millions of other young women across China, 16-year-old Lai Zengyuting chronicled her life on Sina Weibo, the country’s Twitter-like microblogging network. The high school student from the southern mega-city Shenzhen liked to post pictures of food and pictures of herself, too. Sometimes, she posted her location, like she did on Jan. 11. The next day, Lai disappeared. The next day, police found her body dumped in a Shenzhen junk shop.
When Chinese cannibal Zhang Yongming was executed, it was for murder, but his acts go far beyond just killing. Yongming ate his victims. He also dried and cured the leftover human flesh and sold it in the southwestern village market of Kunming as ostrich meat.
The father told reporters, "I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we began having marital issues. Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me."