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According to reports, a skinny-dipping couple on vacation in Florida was allegedly busted getting hot and heavy at the beach — while families were trying to cool off in the ocean. 26-year-old Tiana Maranville and her husband, 27-year-old Alexander Maranville, were arrested Saturday afternoon for indecent exposure on a Sanibel beach. Police said they responded to outraged calls about the frisky couple around 4:00 p.m. and found the wife completely naked at the beach in front of children. Several witnesses told officers they saw the couple have sex in the water and they were roaming the shore naked. Tiana Maranville admitted to police that she entered the water topless, but lost her bathing suit bottom on accident. Her husband then approached the officers and argued about the legality of swimming nude, saying to police that “we are all human.” The couple claimed they didn’t know that nudity at a public beach was illegal because they were on vacation from Vermont. Both the wife and husband were booked at Lee County Jail. (

A man was taken to hospital in Arizona this week after shooting himself in the groin area inside a Walmart in Buckeye, Maricopa County. The local police department tweeted on Tuesday officers were working what appeared to be a “self-inflicted accidental shooting” inside the Watson and Yuma Walmart. The Arizona Republic newspaper reported the incident occurred at around 6:30 p.m. after a semiautomatic handgun that was being held in the man’s waistband began to slip. The gun, which was not in a holster, discharged as he attempted to reposition it. The Arizona Republic reported when police officers responded to the gun shot the man was found in the meat section of the Walmart store with “survivable injuries.” Officers said they filed a report for the unlawful discharge of a firearm but it was believed to be accidental. (

Ten football players at a Northern Illinois high school were suspended from the team for three games last month after they ran across a field naked with Oreo cookies wedged between their buttocks. The Rockford Register Star reports that the Byron High School players were suspended for indecent exposure but that school administrators concluded they went on the “Oreo Run” at the school’s football field voluntarily and were not victims of hazing. The paper reported the story after obtaining a letter sent to parents of students who admitted to participating in the run in October. The students were forced to sit out multiple games in November, including the Class 3A state championship game in which Byron lost 24-20 to Monticello High School. (

According to a court filing, a Missouri woman is jailed on a felony sexual abuse charge after allegedly trying to force a man to perform oral sex on her. 43-year-old Amy Nicole Parrino was arrested Sunday night after she repeatedly punched the victim and struck him with a belt, brass plate, and cell phone. During the attack inside a Columbia residence, Parrino, who was naked, chased the man around the home before pushing him to the ground and sitting atop him. While perched on the man’s face, Parrino allegedly directed him to perform oral sex. The man told police that while Parrino was on top of him, he was briefly unable to breathe and was “scared to death.” The man told cops that he asked Parrino to leave him alone and that he “didn’t want to do anything sexual” with her. Cops say Parrino and the victim live together. She was charged Monday with sexual abuse and domestic assault, both felonies. She was also hit with a third charge after allegedly breaking a jailhouse phone. (

The teacher for a class in New Hampshire in which students were videotaped singing about the Ku Klux Klan to the tune of “Jingle Bells” has been placed on paid administrative leave.Dover Superintendent William Harbron told Foster’s Daily Democrat Tuesday that putting John Carver on leave will allow school officials to fully investigate what happened. Harbron said in a letter to the school community Monday the incident was part of a class assignment about the Reconstruction period in American history. Carver has not responded to requests for comment. (

An elementary school principal in Nebraska was placed on leave after telling teachers to avoid decorating their classrooms with Christmas-themed ornaments so as not to offend those who don’t celebrate the holiday. The principal at Manchester Elementary School, identified by Fox affiliate KPTM as Jennifer Sinclair, sent out a memo earlier this week with guidelines as to what is considered appropriate for classroom decorations and assignments. Teachers reportedly were told that generic winter-themed items, such as sledding and scarves, and the “Frozen” character Olaf, were acceptable. Decorations that included Santa, Christmas trees, reindeer, green and red items and even candy canes, however, were not acceptable for the elementary school. The candy canes were prohibited because Sinclair deemed them to have religious significance. “Historically, the shape is a ‘J’ for Jesus. The red is for the blood of Christ, and the white is a symbol of his resurrection,” she reportedly wrote. “This would also include different colored candy canes.” (

Ten women in Brazil have accused a self-styled spiritual healer of sexually abusing them at a clinic in the central-western state of Goias. The accusations against Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as “John of God,” were made Saturday night on the Globo TV network. It was not immediately clear if Farias was being investigated by prosecutors. In a statement to the G1 news portal, Faria’s press office said: “John of God vehemently denies having committed any inappropriate behavior during his treatments.” Faria’s faith-based healing skills drew the attention of TV host Oprah Winfrey, who said on her website that she interviewed him at his clinic in 2013 and saw him performing psychic surgeries. Faria’s website says he has treated former President Bill Clinton and Brazil’s ex-President Luiz Inacio da Silva. (

A religious fanatic who stood in protest outside a North Texas church — telling kids who arrived for a Christmas event that Jesus was real, but Santa was fake — was arrested on Saturday. KXAS-TV of Dallas, an NBC affiliate in Dallas reported that 31-year-old Aaron Urbanski was busted for trespassing after he wouldn’t stop confronting children and parents arriving for a “Breakfast with Santa” event. “When I told them not to ruin Santa and Christmas for my kids they started to shout out that Santa was not real and that I was wrong for teaching them that,” mom Heather Johnson told the station of a confrontation with Urbanski and two other protesters outside the St. Mark United Methodist Church in Cleburne. She added, “I got really verbal with them over it.” Mayor Scott Cain joked of the protesters on Facebook, stating: “Guess they wanted coal in their stockings!” (

A Kingman man will serve more than three years in prison for threatening to kill President Donald Trump and other political figures. The U.S. attorney’s office in Arizona said in a news release that 39-year-old Jerrod Hunter Schmidt was sentenced Monday to 37 months in federal prison. Prosecutors say Schmidt had a prior felony conviction upheld by the Nebraska Court of Appeals in April. He reacted by calling the court clerk’s office over two days and leaving threatening voice messages. The messages included threats to shoot Trump, one of the court clerks, and other politicians. Schmidt was convicted by a jury in September of two counts of threatening a U.S. president and two counts of making interstate threatening communications. (

A fanatical neo-Nazi couple who named their baby son after Adolf Hitler were sentenced by a British court to prison Tuesday for belonging to a group banned under anti-terrorism laws. 22-year-old Adam Thomas was sentenced to six and a half years, while his Portuguese partner, 38-year-old Claudia Patatas received five years during their appearance in Birmingham Crown Court. The judge told the couple that “you acted together in all you thought, said, and did, in the naming of your son and the disturbing photographs of your child by symbols of Nazism and the Ku Klux Klan.” Photographs recovered from their home showed Thomas cradling his newborn son while wearing a white KKK robe. The couple’s close friend Darren Fletcher who had taught his daughter to give a Nazi salute, also was sentenced Tuesday to five years for the same crime.(

The pastor of a church in South Carolina is passionately defending the purchase of $200,000-plus Lamborghini for his wife, saying “not a nickel, not a penny” of donated money financed the fancy ride. Pastor John Gray of the Relentless Church in Greenville defended buying the extravagant ride for his wife and fellow preacher, Aventer Gray, in an emotional 23-minute video posted last week after he was criticized for the eight-year wedding anniversary gift. Gray, who said he began preaching in 1994, said his father, uncles, and cousins never “did right” by their wives, prompting him to pamper his wife with an elegant ceremony on Dec. 8 and the fancy imported SUV, which starts out at $200,000. Gray emphatically denied that any church funds were used to buy the Lamborghini, saying it was instead financed on the success of his reality show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, “The Book of John Gray,” as well as his second book. (

The now-famous thief who’s a dead ringer for “Friends” star David Schwimmer is on the lam after failing to appear in a UK court Tuesday for swiping a cellphone, wallet, and jacket from a restaurant. A district judge in the town of Blackpool issued a warrant for the arrest of Abdulah Husseni, who shot to international fame when he was captured on CCTV footage clutching a crate of cans — and diehard “Friends” fans pointed out he looked eerily like Schwimmer. Lancashire cops, who in October asked the public’s help to identify the alleged thief, were flooded with hundreds of cheeky comments about the resemblance. 36-year-old Husseni was arrested in West London in November on charges of theft and fraud.

A Michigan pizza place is in hot water after a customer noticed a receipt labeled him and his colleagues “white trash.” Jason Charboneau, from Highland Park, Michigan, said he and his co-workers found the hateful note on their Jet’s Pizza order on Tuesday night. Charboneau posted a photo of the receipt on his Facebook page. “The gal that took the order had an interesting name for us,” Charboneau wrote in the post. “Yea, corporate will hear about this.” Jet’s Pizza apologized following the incident and said it would refund the order. Charboneau said he hopes the incident will deter people from judging those they don’t know. “My response was to tell everybody to stop with the hate and do your job. I know from my work history it’s not always the easiest to be nice. Try anyway,” he wrote in a follow-up Facebook post. (