Friday, 6 March 2015
A father was arrested on charges of assault after allegedly biting off his son’s ear for stopping a violent fight between him and his wife, police in Nigeria said.
Eleven children who were arrested for gang raping a teen they did now know, told police that they did it for fun, police in Nigeria said.
Akwa Ibom State Police said that they arrested 11 young students of the National High School in Eket, after being accused of raping 19-year-old Adiaeyo Effiong.
A father was arrested, charged and convicted of murder after hanging his two young children as an act of revenge against their mother, prosecutors in Texas said.
A garbage collector in Georgia, was shocked to receive a 30-day jail sentence for picking up trash too early in the morning.
A man was arrested on charges of assault after allegedly spraying pepper spray on bar employees after a black man entered a bar that is exclusively for white men, police in Florida said.
Illegal Immigrant Landed Job In The House Of Commons After Gluing A Photo Of Herself Onto A Forged Passport
An illegal immigrant worked in a House of Commons cafe for two months before security noticed she had simply glued her picture onto a fake Swedish passport.
Adeyemi Zubairu was arrested on 2 January after Palace of Westminster security staff spotted the poorly forged ID document while she working as a casual member of the catering team.
Reports published by The Will, a United States online news medium yesterday has suggested that, a former Chief Justice of Nigeria’s son may have joined the dreaded ISIS group.
According to the report, 41-year old Mohammed Uwais’ Son left the country about a month ago with his two wives and children and nothing has been heard from them ever since then. One of the wives never told her parents where she was going with her husband, while the other informed her parents that she was going on a 2-week holiday with her husband in Dubai. The former chief of Justice also says he is yet to hear from his son and his family.
When asked to comment on the foreign publication, he says he will not be interested on commenting on hearsays. If proven to be true, this would be the second time a member of a Nigerian elitist family would be linked to a foreign terrorist group. Read the full report by Vanguard