Residents of Small Heath, Birmingham, England have been subjected to “loud sex noises” from one very… vocal… resident.
A civil court judge ruled that Gemma Wale breached an anti-social behavior order by “screaming and shouting whilst having sex” with her boyfriend Wayne at a “level of noise” that one of her neighbors found intolerable. Apparently, Gemma’s shrieking could last for 10 minutes at a time.
The 23-year-old spent two weeks in jail in May and was released but Gemma’s neighbors are afraid she’ll return to her old ways!
With Flo Rida being the one hosting, this party was definitely a lot of fun
On June 1, iHeartRadio teamed up with Pepsi to host a high energy yacht party and music performances aboard The Hornblower Infinity to kick off the summer. The night started off with guests boarding the ship, having access to tasty food ranging from steak with a fresh chimichurri sauce to an assorted cheese platter and a widely stocked open bar. As the guests mingled and enjoyed the ambiance, music was playing, featuring some of the hottest tracks. Around 7 p.m. the yacht left the dock to cruise around the island of Manhattan. This is when the party really started. Guests were asked to come towards the stage.
The first performer of the night was Jeremih, performing some of his hit songs like “Somebody,” “Birthday Sex,” “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” and “Down on Me.” As soon as Jeremih’s name was announced to come on stage, it was evident that there were hardcore Jeremih fans in the audience based off of the intense screams we heard. Jeremih was great. He moved around on stage and had the audience fill in the words to a lot of his songs. Once Jeremih finished his last song, iHeartRadio and Power 105.1’s DJ Prostyle took the stage. DJ Prostyle pumped up the crowd with a lot of high energy songs.
Next to take the stage was Prince Royce who serenaded the crowd with his crossover ballad “Stuck on a Feeling.” The audience, especially all the girls, fawned over Prince Royce’s charm and that become extremely clear when Prince Royce started to hand out roses to a select number of lucky ladies in the audience. After his performance was done, guests were left to relax a little bit before the headliner of the party, Flo Rida, comes on stage. Soon, Flo Rida made his grand entrance followed by two female dancers to back him up with his performance. Flo started off his performance with his hit song “Good Feeling.” Next he had the audience to put their “hands in the ayer.” Following that he rapped more of his hit songs which included “Where Them Girls At,” “Low,” and “Club Can’t Handle Me.” What was special about this night was that after performing those songs he performed the first live performance of his song “Tonight Belongs to U” alongside Jeremih. Flo then performed “I Don’t Like It, I Love It,” “Whistle,” “Red Cup,” “G.D.F.R.,” and “Wild Ones,” to finish off the night. Needless to say, the iHeartRadio and Pepsi Yacht Party was a fantastic way to kick off the start of the summer. Guests got to enjoy great drinks, tasty food, and a once in a lifetime performance by three amazing and talented musical performers.
Turkey's agriculture sector, a key pillar of the domestic economy, is increasingly feeling the pinch in a troubling development for the ruling party that is counting on farmers' support in this weekend's legislative elections. On a cattle farm in the district of Cubuk outside Ankara, Ozkan Ilhan surveys his 500 cows with pride but declares that the future of the sector is in danger under the policies of the Justice and Development Party (AKP). If that continues it will be the end of the agricultural sector in our country." he says.
Tampa Bay’s Chris Archer overcame another milestone home run by Albert Pujols to win his third straight decision, tying a franchise record with 15 strikeouts over eight innings to lead the Tampa Bay Rays to a 6-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night. Pujols tied Jimmie Foxx for 17th place on the career home run list with his 534th, putting him two behind Mickey Mantle. Archer (6-4) matched James Shields’ club record for strikeouts, which was set on Oct. 2, 2012 in a complete-game 1-0 loss to Baltimore.
Rhodes and Kos may be the most popular of the Dodecanese but lesser-known islands – including Nisyros, Kalymnos and Symi – offer an equally scenic holiday, minus the crowds but with affordable accommodation and food
The Dodecanese translates as “the twelve islands”, of which the most well-known to the British traveller are the green expanses of Rhodes and Kos. Those who know their biblical history will have heard of Patmos, where St John wrote his Book of Revelation. In recent years canny visitors have been heading for lesser-known islands. Karpathos, the third biggest of the chain, has a stunning coastline divided between the beaches and bays of the south, and the rough crags of the north. Smaller Kalymnos, Kasos, Kastellorizo and Symi are less lush than their bigger companions but all have elegant harbours – a legacy of their trading past – and rocky interiors that offer good walking.
Nisyros, built on a still-active volcano, is a different story, and its dramatic, blackened, landscapes will please geology lovers. Astypalea, on its own to the west of the other islands, feels more part of the Cyclades than the Dodecanese. The more benevolent landscape of Leros and the low-key, and little-visited, charms of Tilos bring the count of 12 to an end.