A drugged-up man was caught filling up a hotel bath with potatoes whilst wearing a bra during an epic five day MDMA binge. When Judge Peter Henry asked James Johnson why he was filling up a bath with potatoes he replied: ‘It felt the right thing to do at the time.’
Johnson, 30, was caught by officers wearing a woman’s bra over his shirt and carrying a bag of spuds as he entered the Travelodge in Eastleigh.
Officers searched his room and found an ‘Aladdin’s cave’ of drugs, including ecstasy, another designer drug similar to MDMA called 5-MAPB and a psychedelic substance called 2CB. Southampton Crown Court heard Johnson and two friends had decided to go on a one-night binge which ended up lasting five days.
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- President Donald Trump’s business is under intense scrutiny unlike any time prior in his presidency.
- The special counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed the Trump Organization for documents.
- Adult film star Stormy Daniels is seeking documentation from the company related to the $130,000 payment she received from Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.
- Lastly, there is a potentially huge emoluments clause lawsuit that a federal judge said can go forward.
Never before has President Donald Trump’s business come under the kind of fire it has in recent weeks.
Simultaneously, the Trump Organization is faced with three pieces of high-stakes litigation:
- The special counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed the company for documents as a part of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
- Stormy Daniels, the adult film star whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is seeking all internal company documents that have any relation to the $130,000 payment top Trump attorney Michael Cohen sent prior to the 2016 election — so she would stay quiet about an affair she says she had with Trump.
- The attorneys general for Washington, DC, and Maryland filed a lawsuit that claims Trump took “emoluments,” or gifts from state and foreign-government officials, in violation of the Constitution. That lawsuit cleared an initial hurdle that no similar prior lawsuit had passed, with a federal judge ruling that the case can move forward.
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South Korea’s K-pop stars have reportedly performed in North Korea for the first time in more than a decade as the two countries on the divided peninsula prepare for a rare summit.
More than 150 artists are in the capital Pyongyang for two shows.
It is a reciprocal visit after the North sent performers to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics earlier this year in South Korea.
It comes amid thawing relations between the Koreas after months of tension.
One concert took place on Sunday evening local time at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre, said South Korean media, with another set to follow on Tuesday. The delegation mixes K-pop, rock and other genres.
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A 27-YEAR-OLD man allegedly stabbed in the back at Beerwah last night stopped in at the pub for one last schooner before calling the police.
A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said police would allege a fight between two men that started at the Beerwah Hotel and moved out on the road on Turner St saw a 20-year-old Beerwah man allegedly stab a Caboolture man.
The QPS spokeswoman said the two men were initially kicked out of the pub for fighting.
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- In the 1950s, there were an estimated 30 million hedgehogs in Britain
- Today there are about one million hedgehogs in Britain with motorists to blame
- The Government are set to erect warning signs where small wildlife is present
Signs warning motorists to watch out for hedgehogs are set to appear on British roads.
The Government wants to help the animals get across highways safely – and so help boost their declining numbers.
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