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University of Miami scientists have, for the first time ever, discovered traces of COVID-19 within penile tissue. Researchers also theorize that the “widespread blood vessel dysfunction” caused by COVID-19 could contribute to erectile dysfunction.(https://bit.ly/3bnFUez)
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A “heated argument regarding Tom Brady” triggered a series of violent confrontations that resulted late Sunday in the arrest of a Florida Man for domestic battery. Police say that after a day of drinking, 33-year-old Brian Paulter and his friends were en route to Paulter’s St. Petersburg residence when an argument about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback left Paulter “enraged.” An arrest affidavit does not further describe the “heated argument” about Brady. Paulter’s Facebook page indicates that he is a fan of the New England Patriots, the team Brady left last year to join the Buccaneers. Upon arriving home, Paulter fought with a friend, punching the man in the face multiple times, leaving the victim bloody and with visible injuries. After pummeling his buddy, Paulter “became combative” with the man’s wife. Paulter later shoved both his pal’s wife and his own spouse, causing her to slip and strike her head on the kitchen counter. Paulter’s wife suffered a “very large contusion on her forehead,” but was uncooperative with police. The other woman, however, provided cops with an account of how Paulter’s wife sustained her injury. Arrested for domestic battery, a misdemeanor, Paulter was booked into the county jail. (https://bit.ly/2R798Yq)
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Oprah and Prince Harry are teaming up for a Documentary series on Mental health.(https://nbcnews.to/3vYPg8j)
Tom Cruise sent his three Golden Globe trophies back to the headquarters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in what appears to be an act to reject their praise and separate himself from the organization. (https://bit.ly/3tAUOVe)
Cranston Is His Bad Self In California Home Sale”
Bryan Cranston made quick work of selling his 2,450-square-foot California beach house. The Breaking Bad star sold the home for $5.45 million in just a couple weeks, well over his asking price of $4.95 million. Bryan helped design the home along with wife, Robin Dearden, and their friend-designer, John Turturro. The three-bedroom, ocean-view home is built on the site of a 1940's home they bought in 2007 for $2.5 million. The trio used eco-friendly materials, titanium circular towers, hydronic and solar panels to rebuild the home. https://www.toptenrealestatedeals.com/
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A Chinese man who was supposedly hacked to death in a fight reappeared in his hometown after 10 years. The man’s supposed killer had served 10 years of a 29-year sentence after confessing to killing the man in the hatchet fight. The man reappeared in his village because he needed money.
Switzerland has a series of laws in place to protect animals, but the most peculiar legislation is related to guinea pigs. Guinea pigs are social creatures who need interaction with their species in order to be happy, so the European country has made it illegal to own just one and considers it to be animal abuse. The furry, hamster-like pets get very attached to their owners and partners so when something does happen to their cage-mate, Swiss guinea pig owners need to immediately find another to take its place.
To make the restaurant seem more busy while under social distancing restrictions, The Inn at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia, used mannequins. The restaurant said it would seat well-dressed mannequins in its grand dining room when the establishment reopened in a couple of weeks. The mannequins would be seated at tables between human diners who will fill half The Inn’s capacity, or less, per state reopening rules. The mannequins were costumed with the help of Arlington, Virginia’s Signature Theatre. The restaurant’s chef said, “I’ve always had a thing for mannequins — they never complain about anything, and you can have lots of fun dressing them up.”
PETA has named a rescue cow after Kim Kardashian to honor her no-meat diet. (https://bit.ly/3uJOpZ3)
A Texarkana, Texas teacher’s aide has been formally sentenced to four years behind bars for having sex with multiple underage students. (https://bit.ly/3hkRwTB)
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Redheads aren't actually going extinct. Periodically, a rumor starts on the internet that says natural redheads will become extinct by the year 2060. Lucky for gingers everywhere, this is a myth. It's true that the gene that causes red hair is recessive, meaning that both parents must have it for their child to have red hair. However, even non-redheads can carry the red hair gene, and it can pop up unexpectedly in generations down the line.
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15-year-old North Port boy is facing charges after he allegedly shot
a man in the buttocks during an incident in Siesta Key on Saturday.
According to an arrest report, deputies were called to investigate a
noise complaint and heard someone fire multiple gunshots from a
parking lot nearby. Residents were frustrated to learn about the
violence. “A couple of years ago, the only thing we had to worry
about was shoes and shirts when we walked in the Village and now we
have to think about something like this. This is not where we want to
go,” said longtime resident Jean Cannon. Deputies said the shooter,
described as a white male in a white shirt and red jogging pants, ran
away from the scene before they could find him. Deputies said they
found shell casings and a 9 mm Glock handgun near the scene of the
shooting, and later found a teen matching the description of the
shooter. He was arrested on charges of aggravated battery with use of
a deadly weapon, loitering and
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Florida felon allegedly stalked a man by attaching an iPhone to the
undercarriage of his car so that he could use the smartphone's
location settings to later track and rob him. 38-year-old Derrick
Maurice Herlong is accused of spotting his victim shopping for
high-end items at the Mall at Millennia in Orlando on February 19th.
Herlon reportedly believed that the male shopper would be a good
target because he was laden down with bags from Louis Vuitton and
Gucci. Police believe that Herlon and an unidentified accomplice
allegedly affixed an iPhone to the victim's luxury Lexus before he
left the mall. They could track the device by using the 'Find my
iPhone' setting. Later that evening, the victim attended a party in
the neighborhood of Thornton Park, where two masked men subsequently
forced their way and staged an armed robbery. Investigators have now
arrested Herlong over the crime and he is facing multiple charges
including home invasion with a firearm, carjacking with a firearm,
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