Four Blackhawks fans may never be allowed back in the United Center again.
According to the Washington Post, the group of hecklers taunted Capitals winger Devante Smith-Pelly while he was in the penalty box with chants of “basketball, basketball, basketball.”
Smith-Pelly happens to be black.
“There’s absolutely no place in the game of hockey or our country for racism,” remarked Capitals head coach Barry Trotz. “I think it’s disgusting. There’s no place for it. Athletes in our country don’t deserve that. It just shows ignorance.”
Juliet Germanotta — who in campaign literature vowed to keep the state “fiscally responsible by questioning expenses ” — had ordered a $4,800 18-karat yellow gold Zambian emerald and diamond ring from Mikaelians Jewelry on West 47th Street in Midtown on September 19.
But Germanotta, 36, who describes herself as a “proud transgender woman,” claimed the ring she received was not to her liking, and requested her money back from the store.
Instead of sending the real ring back, she sent the store a $10 bogus replica — and sold the original, cops said.
A woman cut off half her pinky finger and now wears it as a pendant around her neck.
Torz Reynolds numbed her little finger on her left hand and then used a bolt cutter to saw half of it clean off.
To begin with, the Essex body piercer and artist says she put it in the freezer next to some frozen peas and forgot about it.
But then Torz put it with alcohol solution in a glass veil to wear as an occasional necklace. Torz said she thought the idea was "cute" and had thought of doing it for years. She calls the finger 'wiggles'.
A woman is believed to have been buried alive by mistake and lay conscious inside her coffin for eleven days while trying to fight her way out.
Screams were heard from the grave of Rosangela Almeida dos Santos, 37, and when her body was exhumed they found blood inside the coffin and injuries to her wrists consistent with a desperate struggle to break out.
The wooden casket had been nailed shut and buried inside a stone tomb but when her family smashed it open last Friday they found her warm, injured body was already lifeless.
A video has emerged showing the commotion in the Senhora Santana cemetery in Riachao das Neves, northeast Brazil, as local men took out the heavy coffin and removed the lid.
Some people ask to call an ambulance as others touch the woman's feet and comment on how warm she feels.
The woman was declared dead by a hospital on January 28 and was buried the next day.
According to the guy who posted the video "This is the Starkville McDonald's by Starbucks. This is the second time they have given me problems. This service is inexcusable. It's about time someone shows corporate how they act in this place."
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