A teacher who confused his social media privacy setting and accidentally shared a video of him kissing a teenage pupil has been sacked.
The teacher known only by his surname, Jia, was tutoring the girl in physics when he unwittingly shared the clip with all of his followers on a social network app called 'Qzone'.
The full video, which has since been deleted, showed 47-year-old Jia, kissing the teenage schoolgirl on the lips at his home.
According to a statement by the county's education officials Jia, who teachers in north-western China's Shaanxi Province, wanted to share the video using the "only me" privacy setting but unwittingly chose the "all my friends" option.
Not even the U.S. military can sneak anything under the canopener. A military truck with some super-secret, tarp-covered gizmo attached to the top of the cab triggered the warning sign, but could not resist the "call of the canopener." Tasty treat for the hungry trestle - or maybe just an MRE on wheels?
Richard Pryor’s youngest son said he could hear his father up in heaven telling him, “Boy you better not mess this up!”
Maybe next time, Dad.
Mason Pryor acknowledged he “bombed” during his standup comedy routine on Fox’s “Showtime at the Apollo” recently. (Watch it above.)
A flat routine about President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin generated a torrent of boos. The 30-year-old comic told the crowd to “have some respect,” and he walked off mid-set.
“I bombed when I shouldn’t have,” he said backstage. “I wasn’t funny.”
Host Steve Harvey, a standup pro, encouraged Pryor to return to the stage for some type of closure on Thursday’s show. Pryor took the advice and did, with a quick hit on the split between his dad and mother, Geraldine Mason, that got some laughs.
But boos erupted again, Harvey explained on his iHeartRadio show. According to the host, Pryor told a woman in the audience in his return to the stage, “Shut up, B,” and later picked up and dry-humped the tree stump that performers traditionally rub for luck ― and nearly dropped it.
Sen. Warren, who is considered an early Democrat favorite for the 2020 presidential race, insisted today's she's not actually running -- but she also made clear she has plans besides staying in the Senate another six years. After announcing she would not seek the presidency in 2020, NBC's Chuck Todd asked if she would then commit to serving our her full six-year, assuming she's re-elected in 2018. But despite five attempts to get the question answered, Warren refused, giving indication she has other plans in mind. Does she have another higher office in mind? Has she already agreed to a vice presidential role on a future ticket? If this exchange makes one thing clear, it's that she clearly has something planned.
Two days after a nasty fall in a hotel bathtub left Hillary Clinton with a broken wrist, the former Secretary of State was spotted making the best of a bad situation while continuing her tour of India.
Hillary was seen in Jaipur on Thursday where she appeared to be adopting an out-of-sight and out-of-mind approach to her recent injury by wearing a kurta that had been customized to make one sleeve longer than other.
To achieve this, the loose and flowing top was wrapped tightly around Hillary's torso, transforming the once comfortable piece into a more constricting look complete with an empire-waist.
That allowed Hillary enough extra fabric to cover her wrist with both her top and the shawl she wore while spending her day touring historic monuments alongside gal pal Huma Abedin .