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Via: FOX5
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No means no—yup, even to twerking.

Video of two women twerking on and groping a man at a gas station in Washington, D.C has led to one of the suspect's arrest.

Footage released by Metropolitan Police Department on Nov. 9 shows two women sexually assaulting a man by grinding on him and trying to gab his crotch.

Inside the store, the man asked the clerk for help and got this reply: "What do you want me to do?"

The man said the two women followed him outside to continue the assault.

The woman in custody has been charged with third-degree sexual abuse and police are offering a $1,000 for information leading to the other suspect's arrest.

Via: NBC4
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A California man ended his night with sore eyes and in handcuffs after his Uber driver fought back against an alleged assault.

Uber driver Edward Caban was able to grab his pepper spray and defend himself against 32-year-old Benjamin Golden, the passenger Caban said was too drunk and belligerent to give proper directions.

He captured the entire encounter on his dashboard camera.

"He was grabbing my head and was trying to smash it against the window," Caban told NBC4.

"I wanted to make sure he didn't get away," Caban said. "I have lost so much money on people like him and I'm done dealing with it. They take the food right out of my mouth."

Golden was arrested on public intoxication and assault charges, Costa Mesa police said.

Caban ended his YouTube description with this very true statement: "Uber drivers don't get paid enough to deal with this sh*t."

Via: ITV
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British Police are trying to identify a man responsible for knocking a 16-year-old girl unconscious around 12:36 PM (GMT) last week on High Street in Plaistow, London (as seen in the CCTV footage). Anyone with information about this incident should contact the Newham Violent Crime Unit (020-8217-5890) or Crimestoppers (0800-555-111) with the reference number S/194/12.


Editor's Note: This video contains violent footage that may not be suitable for minors.

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The United Nations has called for passage of an anti-discrimination law after Daniel Zamudio, a gay man who was brutally attacked March 3 in Chile, died from his injuries last week. Zamudio was apparently targeted for his sexual orientation. His four attackers, who have been charged with aggravated murder, beat him for an hour, burned him with cigarettes, and carved Nazi swastikas on his body.

"The case should be seen in the wider context of hate-motivated violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons around the world," said Rupert Colville, a spokesman for the U.N. high commissioner for human rights.

[cnn]

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