So you’re celebrating Halloween and you see a Ghost….what do you do?

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If you’re these two, you shit bricks.

Two friends were simply trying to take an innocent selfie recently when they unintentionally included a paranormal extra.
The girls claim they were photobombed by a ‘ghost’ while on a night out in Newcastle last Sunday.
After flashing their best smiles in the ‘virtually empty’ Slug and Lettuce, pals Victoria Greeves, 22, and Kayley Atkinson, 23, were horrified to see the spooky being stood behind them.
‘It is so clear, and it looks like what can only be described as a Victorian woman, laughing behind us,’ said Victoria.
She was so scared of what she saw that she deleted the photo from her phone, but not before sending it to a few friends via Snapchat.
While the two girls are regulars to the bar, both said they will think twice before visiting it again.
Seemingly neither of them reasoned that, being fairly close to Halloween, the ‘Victorian woman’ could have just been another punter in fancy dress.

That went sideways quick – UFO Aliens apparently sold at Walmart.

Scientist claims he has worked with aliens in Area 51, he confessed this as he knew he was dying. Boyd Bushman gave a lengthy interview even showing the photos of aliens from Area 51. The problem is this alien is sold at Walmart!

Right after Boyd Bushman’s tale of spectacular inner-workings of secret Government societies with alien races made the news recently, the below article showed up confirming that the Alien is actually a dummy sold in Walmart at “Everyday Low Prices”. Well here’s one for Brian Cox’s corner.

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I wonder if he realized he was “going too fast”

Sex Or Else: Ex-Trooper Lee Admits Forcing Women Drivers To Choose. 

Sex or a ticket was the choice one ex-trooper gave some women he stopped for alleged traffic violations or during arrests.

According to the Columbia Dispatch, former Ohio trooper Bryan D. Lee acted suspiciously on a cruiser video when he was observed flirting with women he pulled over and then turning off his microphone.

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The irony – anti-violence group gets violent.

Members of Pa. anti-violence group allegedly assault one of their own in brutal beat-down

One of the assault suspects was reportedly still wearing the same “Stop the Violence” T-shirt that she had on the night before when she led a march protesting two recent shootings in Washington, Pa.

Now, however, Nikole Ardeno, along with Emanuel Velez, both 30, were jailed for allegedly beating a former roommate and fellow member of the group over a reported property dispute,the Associated Press writes.

The two are accused of allegedly jumping the man as he was walking down the street on Tuesday. Police say the defendants kicked the victim until he was unconscious, causing him to have seizures and vomit blood, the AP wrote.

Police Chief Chris Luppino told AP that Ardeno was still wearing the same “Stop the Violence” T-shirt that she had on the night before when she led a march in the city protesting two recent shootings. Police say Ardeno, Velez, and the victim, are all members of the group.

The victim remains in critical condition, AP reported.

Source: Penn Live

Google catch you do something embarrassing? There maybe cash in that for you!

 

Woman sues Google for showing her cleavage on Google Street View

If you’ve ever looked up your address in Google Street View, you know you can see some pretty weird stuff on there. It’s doubtful, however, that you’ll end up seeing a PG-13 peepshow starring your own image.

That’s the situation Montreal resident Maria Pia Grillo found herself in when she looked up her address in 2009 and saw herself sitting on a street corner, leaning forward and exposing her cleavage. Grillo sued Google over the image, and a judge has now ruled that the company must her Grillo $2,250 for violating her privacy and causing her emotional distress.

According to GigaOm, Grillo initially sued Google for $45,000 after stumbling across the photo of her sitting on the front stoop of her home. Although her face was blurred in the image, as is standard practice, the rest of her body wasn’t, and the other visual clues in the photo, such as her clothes and car, were unique enough that others could identify her. As a result, Grillo argued in her suit, she suffered from depression and was mocked by her co-workers at a “well-known bank.”

At first, Google, which takes the pictures with its specially outfitted Street View cars, refused to provide Grillo with any financial compensation, arguing that because Grillo was in a public location, the company was well within its right to post the photo. Earlier this week, the judge in the case ruled that even though Grillo was in a public place, she remained entitled to her right to privacy.

This isn’t the first time Google has landed in hot water over violating someone’s privacy via Google Street View. Back in 2009, residents of a village in the UK formed a human barrier to keep Google’s photo-taking cars out of their neighborhood, saying the practice violated their privacy and citing fears that it would lead to more home invasions. Street View also faced another backlash after its UK launch it was discovered that one image depicted a man emerging from a sex shop.

Source: The Daily Dot