Wednesday, March 21, 2018

British Soap's Male Rape Scene; Mark Salling's Death: New Details; Burning His House Down With Spaghetti Sauce

British Soap's Male Rape Scene

You don't see anyone doing this on TV often.

Coronation Street is one of the longest-running soap operas in the U.K. It premiered in December 1960 and has aired nearly 10,000 episodes since. Well, this week, the show tackled one of its most controversial topics to date: male rape.

Here's a link. It sounds as thought they made it as realistic as possible.

Mark Salling's Death: New Details

Here's another twist to the story of Mark Salling. 

The Los Angeles County Coroner has revealed that Salling’s blood alcohol level was .095 at the time of his death, higher than the state of California’s .08 legal limit.

Besides alcohol, however, no other substances or drugs were found in his system, a toxicology report has found.
You can read the rest, here, where they go into more detail with back story. 
Burning His House Down With Spaghetti Sauce
Talk about a disgruntled exes. I think this is one of the most unusual stories I've heard in a long time. And I've heard my share. 
According to police reports, two Florida men allegedly broken into their ex-boyfriend’s house and tried to burn it down — using spaghetti sauce.
Police arrested Derrick Irving, 36, and John Silva, 28, on 13 March. They also stole several items, including a flat-screen television, window A/C unit, and a vacuum.
Here's the rest of it. Wait until you read what one of them was wearing. I'm not joking. 
A PG Rated Gay Romance

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