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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Busted Cock

Headline: Broken penis episode in Grey`s Anatomy sparks frantic internet search among men
Clip from: Telegraph.co.uk
Date of clip: 24.1.9
Caption: Busted Penis
Eric Dane as Dr McSteamy: Consultant Mark Sloan - otherwise known as McSteamy - suffered a fractured member after indulging in illicit sex in the on-call room According to the search engine Google, two of the three most searched terms at present are "penile fracture" and "broken penis". It follows an episode of Grey's Anatomy, Stairway to Heaven, screened in the US on Thursday, in which consultant Mark Sloan - otherwise known as McSteamy - suffered a fractured penis after indulging in sex in the on-call room with Lexie Grey. According to the episode synopsis on broadcaster ABC's website, the resulting injury sparks intense speculation among colleagues as to who is responsible for his agonising injury. Sloan, played by Eric Dane, who also stars in Marley & Me and X-Men, is generally considered to be one of the programme's principal heart throbs, who has had romantic trysts with a large number of the main female characters. His injury is rare but can occur, although it mainly affects young men during sexual intercourse. Netdoctor.co.uk reports that a fracture can occur when abnormal force is applied to the erect penis, and results in a cracking noise combined with intense pain. It is caused by a "tear in the tunica albuginea, the thick fibrous coat surrounding the corpora cavernosum tissue that produces an erection".

Headline: Bird vomit helped them survive
Clip from: FOXews.com
Date of clip: 24.1.9
Caption: Bird Puke
Two men who spent 25 days lost at sea in a giant icebox survived their extraordinary ordeal thanks to rainwater from tropical storms and fish spat out by passing birds, a report said Wednesday.

The men, who were rescued on Saturday, are being interviewed by Australian immigration officials hoping to clarify how they came to be drifting in shark-infested waters off the country's northern coast.

The pair told the Sydney Morning Herald they drank only rainwater and ate small fish regurgitated by seabirds after their Thai fishing boat broke up in huge waves on Dec. 23.
"For 10 days, nothing to eat," one of the men told the paper through an interpreter. "Then two big seabirds came and vomited some small fish-- about six or seven little fish."

Headline: Pair Seeking Leniency Allegedly Go Before Judge Drunk
Clip from: FOXews.com
Date of clip: 24.1.9
Caption: Real Brainy Move
A southeastern Pennsylvania man and woman seeking leniency on public drunkenness fines he hasn't paid have now been cited for public drunkenness in the judge's office.

The pair visited District Judge Rodney Hartman's office in New Holland on Wednesday. They were responding to a warrant notice over fines the man owes for an October public drunkenness conviction. He said he didn't have money to pay.

Someone noticed that the two appeared drunk at the judge's office. Police gave Breathalyzer tests and say the two had blood-alcohol levels far above the legal limits for driving.

Headline: Brewer's droop an old wives' tale
Clip from: news.com.au
Date of clip: 24.1.9
Caption: Alcohol Aids Erection
IT gives the phrase "a stiff drink" a whole new meaning: Australian researchers have made the surprise discovery that alcohol improves, rather than damages, men's performance in the bedroom. They hope the finding, which flies in the face of conventional belief, will reassure men who worry about the affects of drinking on their sex lives.

Until now, it has been widely believed alcohol consumption could cause erectile dysfunction, commonly called "brewer's droop''.

But a study of 1580 Australian men has shown the reverse may be true, with drinkers reporting as many as 30 per cent fewer problems than teetotallers.

Even binge drinkers had lower rates of erectile dysfunction than those who never drank, although this type of drinking can cause other health problems...

Headline: Man charged in nutty attack
Clip from: news.com.au
Date of clip: 24.1.9
Caption: Peanut OilCaper
A MAN has been charged with assault using peanut oil he allegedly smeared on a car door handle to make his allergic former fiancee ill, police said.
Police in Burlington,Ontario, Canada, said the 49-year-old woman became sick after touching her car door handle and was treated for an allergic reaction to nuts at a nearby medical clinic.

She suffered no serious lasting effects.

"It is an unusual case, but it's also very serious because the victim could have had an allergy attack while driving and gotten into an accident," Sergeant Brian Carr said.

Headline: Woman Arrested for Unreturned Library Book
Clip from: FOXNews.com
Date of clip: 23.1.9
Caption: Library Book Caper
An Iowa woman was arrested because she failed to return a library book.

Shelly Koontz, 39, was arrested Thursday night on a fifth-degree theft charge. She is accused of keeping "The Freedom Writers Diary," which she checked out from the public library in nearby Jesup in April.

Police say the book — which is about a high school teacher's effort to inspire students to write — is valued at $13.95.

Court records show library employees tried repeatedly to contact Koontz by phone and mail. A police officer even visited her home last September.

Headline: Hostess told to dress more 'sexy'
Clip from: news.com.au
Date of clip: 23.1.9
Caption: Not Sexy Enough To Be a Airline Hostess
Dress debate ... Karin Keegan says a male JetBlue employee told her to change into a lower-cut shirt and tighter pants before letting her on a plane / AFP
A FEMALE flight attendant is suing a US airline after allegedly being denied a flight because she wasn't dressed provocatively enough. Thirty-seven-year-old Karin Keegan says a male JetBlue employee told her to change into a lower-cut shirt and tighter pants before letting her on a plane, reports the Associated Press.

"Ms Keegan changed into more provocative clothes, but (the employee) told her she was too late to board the plane and should have dressed like that before," said the lawsuit, which has been filed...

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