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A good marriage is built on respect and compromise. And here's a relationship that could probably use a little more of both.
A 59-year-old man in Palm Coast, Florida named Avelino Garon got into it with his wife earlier this month over whose turn it was to clean the KITTY LITTER. (Palm Coast is just north of Daytona Beach.)
Apparently they'd been fighting all day, and the kitty litter thing pushed Avelino over the edge . . . because first he threatened to throw the cat against the WALL. Then he grabbed a knife and threatened to KILL his wife with it.
When police eventually showed up, Avelino explained that he didn't think he'd done anything wrong, because it's his WIFE'S responsibility to clean the litter box.
He was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and later released on $1,000 bail.
Man, drunken woman had sex at public park in front of small crowd, deputies said
Photo: Alachua County Jail (August 16, 2013)
A Hampton man, identified by an Alachua County Sheriff's Office spokesperson as Brandon A. Nelson, was busted after allegedly having sex with a drunken woman at a lakeside public park in Melrose on Tuesday afternoon. reports The Gainesville Sun.
After the extremely intoxicated 35-year-old woman allegedly fell off a bench at the park, Nelson, 19, came out of the water to help her.
But he wasn't much of a hero.
Instead of helping her, it looks like he helped himself to some sex.
They ended up 'getting it on' for several minutes -- in front of several folks, including a 12-year-old lad -- until someone stopped them, according to the report.
MARK ZUCKERBERG is making billions by exploiting YOUR privacy . . . which makes THIS kind of amusing.
Khalil Shreateh is an unemployed hacker in Palestine. But he's a "good" hacker who tries to help companies make their websites and software more secure, not a "bad" hacker who takes down websites or steals credit cards.
Last week, he found a security hole in Facebook that let anyone post to anyone else's wall . . . even if they weren't Facebook friends with that person.
Facebook offers people who find security problems at least $500 rewards, so Khalil let them know about the bug. But they ignored him. So he emailed again. And they ignored him again.
So . . . he PROVED his bug by hacking Zuckerberg's WALL and leaving a post. He wrote, quote, "First, sorry for breaking your privacy and post[ing] to your wall, I had no other choice . . . after all the reports I sent to the Facebook team."
Within MINUTES, Facebook fixed the bug and contacted Khalil. They apologized for not listening to him . . . then told him he won't get the reward for finding the bug because he'd violated Facebook's terms of service by posting on Zuckerberg's wall.