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HMS RECAP MONDAY 8/19

Guinea Pig Sex 'Too Loud'?

Guinea pigs may not be able to stop that loving feeling, but they'll have to take it somewhere else.

 

 

A German court ruled that the University of Münster must move its research animalsfollowing a resident's formal complaint, according to local reports. Apparently, the neighbor did not appreciate the guinea pig sex noises, complaining the mating animals were "too loud" and smelly -- especially at night. As Germany's The Local notes, the university's Institute of Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology kept the guinea pigs in a large outdoor cage with a posted sign that read: "These animals live in non-committal, mixed-gender groups and mate with every possible partner."

 

 

The administrative court sided with the local resident Thursday, ruling that the enclosure must be at least three meters (nearly 10 feet) away from any residences. Presently, the guinea pig pen is located two meters (about 6.5 feet) from the neighbor's property. Though the cage can stay, the frisky guinea pigs will have to be moved elsewhere.

*STORY AND PHOTO COUTESY OF HUFFINGTONPOST.COM*


 

Police: Man, drunken woman engaged in sex act at public park

A Hampton man was arrested on a lewd and lascivious charge on allegations he engaged Tuesday in a sexual act with a drunken woman at a public park on Lake Santa Fe in Melrose. Meanwhile, the woman with whom he engaged in the act was so intoxicated she was taken to the hospital and will be charged via a sworn complaint, Alachua County sheriff’s spokesman Art Forgey said.

 

 

The incident occurred about 2:14 p.m. at the park at 25500 Davonia St. An arrest report states the 35-year-old woman, who is from Keystone Heights, was extremely intoxicated and fell off a bench. The 19-year-old man came out of the water to assist the woman, and they engaged in a sexual act that went on for several minutes until someone stopped them, the report states. Several people were present, and the act was witnessed by a 12-year-old, the report states.

*STORY AND PHOTO COURTESY OF CINDY SWIRKO/GAINESVILLE.COM*


 

A Guy Hacked Zuck's Wall After Facebook Ignored His Bug Report

Khalil, a Palestinian white hat hacker, submitted bug reports to Facebook about a vulnerability that allowed him to post on anyone's wall. But Facebook's security team didn't do anything. So Khalil wrote on Mark Zuckerberg’s wall about it and was generally a badass.

 

 

Khalil explains on his blog that he submitted a full description of the bug, plus follow-up proof of its existence to the Facebook security feedback page, where researchers can win rewards of at least $500 for finding significant vulnerabilities. Then he submitted again. The second time he got an e-mail back that said, "I am sorry this is not a bug."

 

 

When he posted on Zuckerberg's wall, Khalil said, "First sorry for breaking your privacy and post to your wall , i has no other choice to make after all the reports i sent to Facebook team ." He then detailed the situation and provided links.

 

 

Within minutes, a Facebook engineer contacted Khalil for more information and then blocked his account "as a precaution" while a security team fixed the bug. Later his account was re-enabled. But Facebook says that he cannot claim a reward for the find because in hacking Zuck's wall he violated Facebook's terms of service. They commented that, "exploiting bugs to impact real users is not acceptable behavior for a white hat. In this case, the researcher used the bug he discovered to post on the timelines of multiple users without their consent." Facebook admits, though, that its team should have been more diligent in following up on Khalil's submission. So. Cool. Problem solved.

*STORY AND PHOTO COURTESY OF LILY HAY NEWMAN/GIZMODO.COM*


 

Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop faces charges in Iowa

The Madison man whose name attracted national attention last year after he was arrested here for possession of marijuana is facing drug charges in southeastern Iowa. Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop, 32, was arrested July 20 in Washington County and remains in the county jail, jailer Dennis Boecker said.

 

 

Beezow, as he is best known, was booked into the jail as Jeffrey D. Wilschke, the name on his driver’s license, even though he legally changed his name in 2011. He is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and operation of a motor vehicle without registration, according to Boecker and Iowa court records. Beezow gained unintentional fame after his January 2012 arrest for possession of pot in Madison’s Reynolds Park. His adopted name spread throughout the English-speaking world and became fodder for TV anchors and stand-up comedians.

*STORY AND PHOTO COURTESY OF GAYLE WORLAND/HOST.MADISON.COM*


 

Whoops! Surf City Riot Suspect Arrested After 'Liking' His Own Photo On Police Facebook Page

It turned out to be pretty easy to track down some of the suspects in last month's riots in Huntington Beach: some couldn't resist bragging about what happened after the U.S. Open of Surfing.

 

 

One suspect in particular made it really easy. Last week the Huntington Beach Police Department posted photos of 25 suspects on Facebook and asked for the public's help identifying them. Two days after the photos were posted, a friend of Luis Enrique Rodriguez, 18, of Anaheim tagged him in the comments of the photo above. Rodriguez responded by liking the post and sharing it on Facebook. Police say that made it pretty easy to track him down.

 

 

Yesterday the Anaheim Police Department arrested Rodriguez who is being charged with vandalism, according to Huntington Beach PD's Facebook page. He's accused of writing "fuck the pigs" on police squad cars that responded to the scene of the riot. There's another photo of him on his Facebook profile that features him sitting on top of a squad car that same day—or at least in the same clothes. (Eds. note: a previous post included the a photo that was not Rodriguez but we've swapped in the correct one at right.)

 
 

Rodriguez wasn't the only one who couldn't resist sharing his exploits on social media. West Covina resident Niko Johnson, 18, bragged on Twitterabout being Huntington Beach's Most Wanted and was later arrested for participating in the riots.
*STORY AND PHOTO COURTESY OF EMMA GALLEGOS/LAIST.COM*

 
 

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