A Russian woman got so upset by the news that her boyfriend intended to leave her that she tied several firecrackers to his penis and exploded them, the Life.ru web-site reports.
The 33-year-old victim, identified as Alik D. had lived with the woman whose name was reported as Kira V. for about two years, but when the girlfriend started suggesting that they should marry, the man refused and said that he would rather return to his first wife with whom he had a son.
When Alik started moving out Kira suggested that they had a farewell dinner. After a hearty meal and some heavy drinking Alik fell asleep. The girlfriend tied several firecrackers to Alik’s penis and exploded them. The man was rushed to intensive care and doctors are reported to be fighting for his life.
Even if the man survives the girl will face up to 12 years imprisonment.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Two Russian tourists who challenged a Florida law prohibiting sexual relationship with a porcupine have had to undergo a lengthy treatment for genital inflammation.
Anton, 32, and Yevgeny, 30, residents of St. Petersburg, were spending their vacation in the United States with a group of friends, Life.ru website reports.
At some point in their journey, the two got hold of a booklet listing the weirdest US laws. Since they were in Florida, their attention was drawn to a Florida law prohibiting sex with porcupines.
After a good deal of whiskey, the Russians felt curious about what might have prompted the law, and went in search of the animal.
Within one hour, a porcupine was found, and Anton and Yevgeny were drunk and brave enough to take off their pants and approach it.
The next morning, both were standing at the Cedars Sinai clinic in Los Angeles, where amazed doctors plucked porcupine needles from their penises.
Had the two not fled from Florida quickly enough, they would have had to face the law they had breached.
Back in Russia, both men had to undergo a lengthy treatment of inflammation caused by the porcupine needles.
Obviously, the two learned nothing from the story of the Russian man who in January lost half of his penis after trying to force a raccoon into oral sex.
Posted by Economic Analyst at 6:24 PM
Monday, May 4, 2009
Two men, aged 23 and 28 have killed and eaten their elder brother in the South Siberian city of Perm, the Life.ru web-site reported Wednesday.
According to the report, the crime was uncovered by pure chance – one of the criminals went to the police and asked for a written confirmation of the disappearance of his relative (a document necessary for inheritance rights to come into force). He said that his elder brother had left home and never came back. However, the policemen became suspicious as the alleged disappearance had taken place several months before the report.
Investigators searched the area around the brothers’ home and found a human head and remains of a corpse. Forensic tests revealed that these were the remains of the missing man.
The brothers confessed during the first police interview. They said that relations between them and their 30-year-old brother had been strained. A few years previous to the killing the middle brother had killed a neighbor in a drunken brawl and the elder brother had acted as a witness for the prosecution in court. The younger brother sided with the middle brother and the three relatives had had constant rows and fights since that time. At some point, the two brothers attacked the third one and strangled him to death.
To conceal their crime the brothers decided to eat the body. “Yes, we had to eat him. I did not want to go to prison again,” Life.ru quoted the middle brother as saying.
The cannibals have been charged with murder and are currently awaiting psychiatric tests.
Cannibalism is a surprisingly popular way to dispose of a body in Russia. In March 2009 a woman was detained for similar offence in the Siberian city of Irkutsk and in February last year two St. Petersburg men, who claimed to be part of the Goth community, killed and ate a teenage girl.
Posted by Economic Analyst at 2:05 AM