Starring this week a gang member from Colombia who was sentenced to 60 years in prison for robbery, extortion, kidnapping, and torture.
But earlier this year he managed to BREAK OUT of prison, and he never turned up, even after a massive nationwide manhunt. Now we know why.
Turns out Giovanni dropped $18,000 on a SEX CHANGE to become "Rosalinda." And, as the cops put it, it was a, "convincing sex change." They're right, we've seen the photos. Sex reassignment surgery, nose job, the whole bit.
Also, An American Airlines plane made an emergency landing after a woman refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You. The flight was diverted to Kansas City so that security could remove the passenger because she refused to stop singing. She was filmed being escorted from the flight.
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A viral video that aims to combat the exclusionary practices of Abercrombie & Fitch is itself drawing some heat.
In the clip, Los Angeles writer Greg Karber details the clothing chain's snobby business practices and attempts a "brand readjustment" by buying used Abercrombie duds at the Goodwill and then handing them out to the homeless. He also encourages viewers to take the A&F clothes they've "mistakenly purchased" and donate them to a homeless shelter.
"Together," he says, "we can make Abercrombie and Fitch the world's No. 1 brand of homeless apparel."
However, Los Angeles Times columnist Robin Abcarian takes Karber to task for coming "close to mocking a group of people who have no dog in the fight," adding, "The unspoken 'joke' in the video is that the homeless are irredeemably uncool."
So far no one knows what it is. Who is the mysterious Astros fan who used a hot dog to pantomime his wiener during a game on live TV? The Astros want to know, and have launched an investigation.
It happened on Thursday night in Minute Maid Park’s exclusive Diamond Club seating area behind home plate, during a game with the Angels. It was in the ninth inning with two out of a one-run game, so you know some were watching as the unidentified man stood up at least twice and appeared to use a hot dog to imitate his penis. Some say it was a cigar. It was all caught on TV.
Paula White's last stint as BBC Radio Stoke's afternoon presenter on Friday afternoon ended earlier than expected after she slurred and stumbled her way through the first 30 minutes of her live show.
"For the last time on lunchtime let's ssssssssssay you pick the music", the popular presenter drawled.
"It's a P-A-R-T-Y because I said sooooo... Some people will say, 'Oh, thank goodness she's gone.'"
Ms White confessed that she'd had "a couple of drinks" but denied being intoxicated.
"I'm not drunk, I've had a couple of drinks, I'm not drunk… I'm sad", the DJ giggled after a listener sent a text to producers suggesting that she was drunk.
A colleague soon took over and announced: "Paula is not feeling well with it being her last afternoon show and has gone home."