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    The owner celebrity-loved New York eatery Balthazar has revealed the hilarious set of rules he has set for his waiters, including not to give stars any special treatment and to never go home with a customer... unless they offer $500. Restauranteur Keith McNally, who opened the upscale eatery in 1997, shared some of the things that he tells his staff members to do - and to not do - while dealing with customers at the restaurant. Balthazar, located at 80 Spring Street in the SoHo area of Manhattan, has become wildly popular over the last two decades, and has been visited by a slew of A-list names over the years, including Anna Wintour, Zoe Deutch, Sienna Miller, Jared Leto, Mary-Kate Olsen, Tom Hiddleston, and Meryl Streep - to name a few. The dining spot is so popular that it's nearly impossible to score a reservation and there's often a line down the block of customers hoping to get a table. And now, owner McNally has revealed some of the secrets to his success. The owner of well-known New York City...
    Another historic New York City artistic hub will join the Chelsea Hotel and Andy Warhol's Factory as nothing more than a memory, after a group of artists were told to vacate their homes and workspaces at 14 Maiden Lane in the Financial District.  In January 2022, the mini-skyscraper building, which had housed 14 bright and airy lofts, was sold for $9.5 million as a mixed use asset.  And by May this year, artists such as the celebrated Molly Crabapple told the New York Post, that they had been told to vacate after the new owner failed to renew their leases.  The building's residents were given only the legally-required notice to vacate the building, even though everyone in the building had lived there for more than 10 years.  The historic building at 14 Maiden Lane is considered one of the earliest examples of a sky scraper in Manhattan Molly Crabapple shared these photos of her former loft studio, which she's had to move out of after the building was sold  Crabapple lived in the 14 loft building with other artists after it...
    FASHION Nova CEO Richard Saghian is the new owner of the largest home in Los Angeles, known as "The One." Saghian, 40, snatched the huge Bel Air mansion with five pools and a 30-car garage for $153million under the listing price. 7Fashion Nova CEO Richard Saghian outbid four others to become the new owner of Bel Air's 'The One' mansionCredit: Getty 7Saghian bought the huge home for $153million under the listing priceCredit: Getty 7Boasting a slew of amenities, the mega mansion was up for auction last weekCredit: Getty Bidding on the 105,000-square-foot monster mansion began last week after the home failed to sell for $295million. The fast-fashion CEO beat out four other bidders for the home, which is the biggest US home ever to go up for auction, as reported the Los Angeles Times. “The One Bel-Air is a once-in-a-lifetime property that can never be duplicated. There is nothing else like it," Saghian told the LA Times. "As a lifelong Angeleno and avid collector of real estate, I recognized this as a rare opportunity that also lets me own a unique...
    Heartwarming video shows the moment a Seattle dog owner was reunited with her black Labrador retriever after the presumed dead pup survived for nearly a week buried under a hail of debris left by a landslide that leveled her home.  'It's Mommy!' a sobbing but overjoyed Didi Fritts can be heard saying in the Thursday footage as a fireman emerges with her pooch Sammy. Once reunited, an emotional Fritts attempts to comfort the clearly shaken animal.  'My baby. My baby,' the dog mom coos to her pet in the clip, which was released by the Seattle Fire Department later that day.  Heartwarming video shows the moment Seattle dog owner Didi Fritts was reunited with her black Labrador retriever Sammy Thursday, after the presumed dead pup survived for nearly a week buried under a hail of debris left by a landslide that leveled her home Touching footage shows the rescue effort, with one Seattle fireman emerging from the debris with the still-shaken pooch. The pup had been discounted as dead last Friday, after the two-story, hillside home in the seaside Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle collapsed on itself The...
    A man whose nose that had grown so big and bulbous it was making it hard for him to breathe and eat, has had operation that cut it down to size.  But for Conrado Estrada, 57, who is a painter, he was working at the right home at the right time. His employer was none other than Dr. Thomas Romo, the director of facial plastic reconstructive surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. While working at his home in Bronxville, New York, in July, Romo decided to make him an offer and reconstruct Estrada a new nose for free.  Painter Conrado Estrada, 57, was suffering from Rhinophyma making his nose large and bulbous making it hard to eat, breathe not to mention socially awkward Estrada was working at the home of Dr. Thomas Romo, the director of facial plastic reconstructive surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan Romo desrcibed Estrada's condition as though he had 'a penis on his nose' and pulled him aside while carrying out a paint job at his home  Dr. Thomas Romo, director of facial plastic...
    A rescue cat turned adventurer has made it to some of the highest summits in the UK with his lurcher friend and owner in tow.  Orion was rescued by veterinary nurse Katie Bowen, 31, around two years ago, after he was brought to the rescue centre she worked at having been separated from his mother. Orion, a part Maine Coon, was just two days old when he arrived at the centre with his sister, so Katie, from Bracknell, Berkshire, took on the challenge of hand-rearing them.  'I was a vet nurse in a rescue centre,' Katie told The Mirror. 'We would often get kittens brought in and I ended up with Orion and his sister. They were tiny.  'No one knows a lot about his [Orion's] background or even his breed.'  Orion began walking with a harness at nine weeks, so that he could accompany owner Katie on her trips. Pictured - Orion at the top of Mount Snowdon earlier this year.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Dana White reveals Dustin Poirier and Nate Diaz...
    © Karel Hemerijckx Mark Gillis, son of amusement park owner Peter Gillis, was robbed at his home in Princenmere Holiday Park in O’Malley from Saturday to Sunday night. Kicked him. The attackers looted his house and looted an undisclosed amount. DigiProof: Omroepbrabant.nl Today at 15:01 Father Peter Gillis is the owner of the Oostappen Group, which also owns a holiday park in Ommel. He confirms the robbery, but does not say whether his son was killed or injured. Residents of holiday homes in Ommel confirmed to Eindhovens Dagblad that the robbers were behind Mark. According to police, the victim came home at around 3pm and was met by three men who gave him a few blows and kept him in his own home for a while. Everything was searched but nothing was known about the robbery. Read more. He is in the eye of the storm by neglected holiday parks, but Peter has now secretly bought a castle (+) When the criminals left, Gillis was able to call the police himself, Prabhupada Dockplot knows. Known...
    An intruder who was fatally shot Sunday in a recently sold home was the son of the former owner, the Calaveras County sheriff’s office says. The man — Lennin Elizalde, 28 — had been discovered the previous morning in the Valley Springs house when the new residents were moving in, said the agency’s account. He refused to leave until they called 911 — and then he threatened them and said he would return. A sheriff’s deputy called by the owners found Elizalde in the area before noon Saturday and arrested him on suspicion of illegal entry into a dwelling, vandalism and possession of methamphetamine, all misdemeanors. While he was being taken to jail, Elizalde told the deputy that the home belonged to his family and that he intended to return there. Because of that threat, the deputy requested a bail increase. The judge denied the request, and Elizalde was released from jail at 6:20 p.m. Saturday. Around 12:25 a.m. Sunday, a 911 call was made by a person in the Valley Springs home. Deputies arrived to find two men in...
    The gardener Kevin Pillar surely silenced one of his bosses after hitting an epic home run in the Big leagues to give victory to the Mets from New York. Through Wednesday morning Steven Cohen as owner of the Mets He did not refer in the best way to his players, saying that he does not understand how professional players can be so inconsistent in the MLB. That same night, Mets and Gigantes went into extra innings, where Jonathan Villar opened the 11th inning with a one-run RBI double to break the tie, later Jeff McNeli shot another double. Kevin Pillar he came behind with a three-run homer to put the game five-for-two ahead of the New Yorkers. . @ KPILLAR4 with a ???? to get us back on top! #LGM pic.twitter.com/hdgi0DZO90 – New York Mets (@Mets) August 18, 2021 Now the Mets are waiting for the Philadelphia Phillies to lose to match them in second place in their division, incidentally, get a little closer to the Atlanta Braves who are in first place, however, they still have to wait...
    We have been hearing news about more sustainable homes for many years and achieving them is Onarc’s main objective. If you had your own land, would you prefer to build a normal house or a prefabricated one? This is a question that is making more and more sense and that when answering factors such as the sustainability of materials, design and ecological impact in general. Among the companies that are working in the houses of the future is the startup Onarc, which is part of the incubator whose largest shareholder is Juan Roig, owner of Mercadona. In the last hours this project has jumped to the present thanks to the Liten house that they have shown. The project is directed by three young people, according to El Economista, and the objective is create a home as sustainable as possible, but without this implying a loss in comfort or great sacrifices. Join this Telegram channel to receive the best offers on food, supermarkets and home products on your mobile in real time. The first thing that should be noted is that...
    GREENVILLE, Calif. —  The road home for Kevin Goss was painful and full of no good news. A Plumas County supervisor and pharmacy owner, Goss represents an area hit hardest by the Dixie fire, one he hadn’t seen since evacuating from Greenville days ago. Friday, he got his chance. At the first checkpoint, Goss met a state trooper who was on duty while his own home in Colfax was under evacuation orders. Farther up the road, where Goss had to travel behind a pilot vehicle because the retaining wall of the bridge was still on fire, he came across Plumas County Sheriff Todd Johns coming down from the mountain. Goss had been friends with Johns for years, and he got out of the car to touch base with the sheriff. Both men were stoic but stunned by the losses surrounding them. A few miles farther, Goss came across another close friend, a state trooper whose home lay in ashes less than half a mile from where he was on duty. The men traded news on where the fire was moving,...
    Police are telling fans of HBO's hit show 'Mare of Easttown' to stop trespassing on private property in the Pennsylvania town where the show was filmed.  Fans have flocked to several locations in Delaware County featured on the show, including the home where the the protagonist 'Mare' played by Academy Award winning actress Kate Winslet lived.  The crime drama centers on a detective investigating a murder in her small town.  The seven-episode limited series ran on HBO from April to May.  Fans have flocked to several locations in Delaware County featured on the show, including the home where the the protagonist 'Mare' played by Academy Award winning actress Kate Winslet lived (pictured)  A homeowner now has 'no trespassing' and 'private property' signs in front of her home The owner of the home, who has chosen to not be identified, (pictured) says things have gotten 'ugly' and in one instance she asked a woman to stop taking pictures of her home because she and her children were playing on their front yard when the woman cursed at...
    A lost dog from New York City has been reunited with her owner more than a week after she ran away from home.  Indie was living happily on the Upper West Side of Manhattan when she suddenly bolted across the city. She was spotted by various city residents at different stages of her mad dash before ending up four miles away in a Long Island City warehouse where she was holed up with a bunch of feral cats. The ulti-mutt journey: Indie, a rescue dog, pictured with owner Heather Angus, broke free of her NYC dog walker and made a run for it The dog, who normally lived on the Upper West Side was spotted running through Midtown before eventually sprinting through the Midtown Tunnel Surveillance footage caught the pooch bolting through the Midtown Tunnel last week MTA workers shut the tunnel down in a bid to catch the dog 'It's a miracle,' said Heather Angus, a nurse anesthetist, to the New York Post. 'It's the worst nightmare of any dog owner.'  The dog,...
    Karley Stokes says she posted the image on the right while staying at the vacation rental. Jam Press/Karley Stokes OnlyFans model Karley Stokes and seven friends paid $26,000 total to rent a Florida home for a week. Stokes claims that the owner kicked the group out after she posted a bikini picture by the pool. Stokes said that she has not yet received the partial refund she was promised from VRBO. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An OnlyFans model claims that the owner of a vacation rental kicked her out of the home in May after she posted a photo by the pool wearing a bikini. Karley Stokes, a model on the pay-per-view adult subscription site OnlyFans, said she and seven friends were booted out of the home they rented in Naples, Florida, through vacation-rental website VRBO. According to the media agency Jam Press, Stokes and her friends planned to stay in the home for a week at a total cost of $26,000. Stokes told Jam Press she has yet to receive a partial refund from...
    The Kansas City Chiefs QB swapped out his red and yellow No. 15 jersey for a white No. 8 kit with "Matthews" on the back for Monday night's NWSL game. Omar Vega/Invision/AP Patrick Mahomes was rocking his fiancée's No. 8 jersey at a women's soccer game Monday night. The Kansas City Chiefs QB's fiancée, Brittany Matthews, is a co-owner of the KC NWSL franchise. Mahomes was on hand in a "Matthews" kit for the team's first home game at Children's Mercy Park. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City's new National Women's Soccer League franchise hosted its first-ever home game Monday night, and team co-owner Brittany Matthews brought her fiancé along to enjoy the match up close. A Kansas City professional athlete himself, Matthews' partner swapped out his typical red and yellow No. 15 threads for an all-white No. 8 kit with "Matthews" on the back. Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook Maybe someday she'll be kind enough to buy him a KC NWSL jersey with "Mahomes" on the back. Yeah — that...
    This the moment two small terriers chased a bear from a family home in California while their owner was napping on the sofa.  DeeDee Mueller only realised the hungry creature had been in her north-east Pasadena house when she reviewed her CCTV footage after being woken by the dogs barking.  In the footage, filmed on April 10, the young bear ambles onto the deck outside the home and drinks from a fountain before making his way into the house.  Commenting on Facebook about the incident, Ms Mueller said: 'I had no idea the bear came in at the time. I think the dogs smelled him and went nuts.  'I only found out he came when I checked the videos afterwards. I was in the living room taking a nap.'
    Bernard Tapie. BERTRAND GUAY/AFP via Getty Images Former Adidas owner Bernard Tapie and his wife Dominique were attacked at home by burglars. Tapie was hit over the head and Dominique was pulled by the hair, BBC News reports. Dominique was able to escape and call for help.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. French business tycoon, former politician, and one-time prisoner Bernard Tapie was tied up and physically assaulted by masked thieves who stole jewelry from his home in Combs-la-Ville, near Paris, BBC News and The Independent reports.  The former Adidas owner, 78, and his wife Dominique, 70, were asleep when four men made their way past the security guards undetected by climbing a porch and entering the property through the first floor window, according to The Independent. The incident took place overnight on Saturday. Police outside Tapie's home in Combs-la-Ville, France. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP via Getty Images The intruders tied the couple up with electrical cords, hit Tapie over the head with a club, and hit Dominique several times. They pulled Dominique by the hair...
    MILLION-dollar luxury apartments in New York offer more than just great views and a prime location: they're a great place to store your prized collections if you're a hoarder with filthy secrets. Raul Toscano, the owner of Hoarding Cleaning Specialists in the Big Apple, has seen his fair share of dirty apartments filled to the brim with garbage, debris and other unnecessary junk - and even said he saw one with a dead dog in it. 10A New York waste management service owner has seen his fair share of dirty apartments in the city's primest of real estateCredit: Raul Toscano/Clutter Free 10Raul Toscano, the owner of Hoarding Cleaning Specialists, said he often gets called to luxurious high-rise towers to remove tons of debrisCredit: Raul Toscano/Clutter Free "The person [may have] a good name and they don’t want it thrown out there," said Toscano of his company's promise to keep their waste management removal to a quiet minimum. Toscano recalls one such Park Avenue apartment filled with over 10,000 books, 300 framed photos and plenty of old computers and filing cabinets....
    THE woman in control of the dog that mauled Freddie the seal is an Oxford-educated lawyer living in a £5.8million home, it has been revealed. Rebecca Sabben-Clare QC, 49, is said to live with her husband William, 57, not far away from Hammersmith Bridge, where the incident took place.  10Rebecca Sabben-Clare QC 10The dog mauls Freddie the seal to death on the banks of the River ThamesCredit: Duncan Phillips 10Members of the public rushed to help separate the two animalsCredit: Duncan Phillips 10This is the shocking moment a beloved seal was savagely mauled by a dogCredit: Duncan Phillips Cops were earlier hunting for the owner of the dog who mauled a beloved seal to death on the River Thames. Freddie the Seal, named after Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, was put down after the horrific attack on Sunday.  Freddie shot to fame after entertaining walkers on the bank of the Thames in West London for weeks. Shocking pictures show a dog latched on to one of the seal’s flippers as walkers and cyclists, including a vet, rushed to its aid near...
    Many of us have been kept company by our furry friends while we've turned our homes into offices during the Covid-19 pandemic.  But sometimes a pet's presence can be more a help than a hindrance as they cause mayhem to our setups.  Cats have fallen asleep on laptops, while dogs have sat watching owners, wondering when the next playtime would come - as these photos taken across the UK prove.  The snaps were submitted to furniture company ScS for a contest to find the best working from home pet picture, which runs until next Monday. The winner could get a sofa set worth more than £1,200.    Here, FEMAIL reveals some of the best of the 200 entries.   Biscuit loves spending every moment near Robert Dunham, 41, from Salisbury, after Robert took him in when he was a stray kitten. Robert said Biscuit helps to keep his keyboard nice and warm by laying directly on it - it's clearly tiring work!  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Don't let dognappers catch you napping: From a locked...
    Ron DeSantis on Rush Limbaugh: Governor will order flags flown at half-staff to honor controversial radio host Facebook removed the main page of Myanmar military as protests continue following a military coup © eva marie uzcategui/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images THE BIG MOVE Load Error ‘The Big Move’ is a MarketWatch column looking at the ins and outs of real estate, from navigating the search for a new home to applying for a mortgage. Do you have a question about buying or selling a home? Do you want to know where your next move should be? Email Jacob Passy at [email protected] Dear MarketWatch,  I am hoping to be a first-time homebuyer soon. I have worked with a real-estate agent for a few months, who has shown me some nice places, but nothing has really felt like the “right” place yet. One potential spot popped up for sale recently but it is “for sale by owner.” The real estate agent told me that would mean the commission would be factored into the sale price for me to pay, as opposed to the owner of the...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us Lasagna styles vary from chef to chef, but the dish is always warming and comforting and perfect for big meals at home. Do you like a thick and meaty lasagna oozing with cheese and ground beef? Or do you prefer a delicate tomato cream sauce speckled with fresh ricotta and thick, tender noodles? Béchamel makes an appearance in some versions, as does Bolognese sauce, Italian sausage, pesto and other tasty ingredients. These nine restaurants and delivery kitchens are making delicious take-and-bake lasagnas and meal kits to feed your whole family. Alex's DeliDelivery Only 303-901-6443 This small eatery has served the students and staff of the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Lakewood for two years, but this year owner Michelle Hernandez switched to doing just delivery. While she changes the small menu weekly, the family-sized lasagna meal is always available for $40. The lasagna rolls are filled...
    The owner of a tattoo parlor that was destroyed in the Nashville Christmas morning explosion believes that the bomber 'staked out' the area for weeks before launching the devastating attack that left three people injured. On Friday morning around 6.30am a white RV exploded outside Nashville’s AT&T building, damaging dozens of structures.  Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, has been confirmed as a person of interest in the investigation is believed to have targeted the building out of his paranoia about 5G technology. Peter Gibson, who owned Pride and Glory Tattoo, said he saw an RV similar to the one that detonated lurking outside his shop over the past few weeks and it had parked where he usually put his own vehicle. 'I can’t say if it was that one, but it was very similar,' Gibson said to WZTV. 'Whoever it was, they’d been staking out and they’d been doing their laps and their routine, practicing for a couple of weeks, it seems,' he added. Peter Gibson, the owner of Pride and Glory Tattoo that was destroyed in the Nashville Christmas...
    A San Francisco woman has managed to swap a single bobby pin for her own tiny house, all thanks to some very clever and tenacious trading.  Demi Skipper, 29, started the Trade Me Project on TikTok and Instagram on May 26, with the plan of making multiple trades to turn her worthless bobby pin into her own home — upgrading the bobby pin to shoes, electronics, and even cars along the way. And in just six months, she met her goal: With just 25 trades, she's now the proud owner of her Wildbound Tiny Cabin. Amazing! A San Francisco woman has managed to swap a single bobby pin for her own tiny house, all thanks to some very clever and tenacious trading Starting small: Demi Skipper, 29, started out with just a bobby pin, trading it up for bigger and bigger things since launching the Trade Me Project on TikTok and Instagram on May 26 Home sweet home! In her most recent trade, she began the proud owner of a Wildbound Tiny Cabin, which start at $9,500 Still...
    A vast palace that has sprung up near Moscow and whose ownership is shrouded in secrecy may belong to President Putin, a Russian newspaper has suggested. The palace is located in a luxury development that is already home to the country's most-expensive house - which is now dwarfed by the new construction.  The new building has 91,500sqft of living space, a three-storey outbuilding with another 32,000sqft of space, and stables that span 21,500sqft. Set in 15 acres of grounds and surrounded by a security wall, the estate also includes a helipad, a football field, a forest and landscaped gardens, compete with a pond. The owner is simply listed as the 'Russian Federation' while the construction was carried out by a company called 'Property-V' - leading to speculation that it is owned by somebody high up in the government, and possibly Putin himself.  A palatial new 91,500sqft home surrounded by a security wall has sprung up in a luxury development on the outskirts of Moscow - leading to speculation about the owner Officially, the owner is the 'Russian Federation'...
    The owner of a Bristol home where a new Banksy mural has appeared have pulled out of the the sale at the 11th hour after it emerged the property could now be worth £5million.  Aileen Makin, 57, owns the £300,000 property which could now see its value skyrocket because of the artwork.  She was due to exchange contracts next week, but decided against the move after the street artist confirmed the work painted on the side of her home was his, ITV reports.  A Banksy expert estimates the artwork could add up to £5million in value to the blue-painted property.   Aileen Makin, 57, owns the £300,000 Bristol property and has now pulled out of its sale at the 11th hour after a Banksy artwork appeared on the side of her home on Thursday, which could now see its value skyrocket The piece, entitled 'Aachoo!!', was first discovered on the external wall of the semi-detached property on Thursday morning 'The 'Aachoo!!' artwork appeared overnight on the side of Aileen's Park Street house which sits alongside Vale Street in...
    SAN DIEGO (CBSLA) — The owner of a San Diego mortuary transportation service has been accused of stealing from the dead. Sammy Willie Gates was arrested on Sept. 9 in connection with the theft from a dead man, but investigators say he has been linked to five more thefts. (credit: San Diego County Sheriff’s Department) The family of a 60-year-old Spring Valley man who died on Aug. 31 at his home of natural causes called the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department several days later to report that the home had been burglarized. A review of surveillance video showed a man that authorities identified as Gates arriving at the home in a white utility van, and later exiting with a gurney that carried two bags filled with property. Investigators served a search warrant on Gate’s home in El Cajon, where they recovered the Spring Valley man’s safe and firearm, along with 16 more weapons that some are believed to be war relics dating back to the early 1900s. Two more safes, personal documents, jewelry, war medals, comic books and several thousand...
    SAN DIEGO (CBSLA) — The owner of a San Diego mortuary transportation service has been accused of stealing from the dead. Sammy Willie Gates was arrested on Sept. 9 in connection with the theft from a dead man, but investigators say he has been linked to five more thefts. (credit: San Diego County Sheriff’s Department) The family of a 60-year-old Spring Valley man who died on Aug. 31 at his home of natural causes called the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department several days later to report that the home had been burglarized. A review of surveillance video showed a man that authorities identified as Gates arriving at the home in a white utility van, and later exiting with a gurney that carried two bags filled with property. Investigators served a search warrant on Gate’s home in El Cajon, where they recovered the Spring Valley man’s safe and firearm, along with 16 more weapons that some are believed to be war relics dating back to the early 1900s. Two more safes, personal documents, jewelry, war medals, comic books and several thousand...
    GALT (CBS13) — To understand the magnitude of this reunion between Charlie the Pomeranian and his owner, you have to go back to the beginning. “It’s been the craziest three days of my life,” said owner Kellie Ruyle. Its been a week of misfortune for Kellie Ruyle. She says Charlie was stolen and found more than 20 miles away from his Galt home with his once fluffy fur snipped off of his body. “They cut his hair. I believe they were trying to change his identity,” Ruyle explained. Before Charlie’s chop, Ruyle’s car was stolen from her driveway on Monday. A day later, she suspects the same person came back and broke into her house. This is a happy reunion between a dog and his owner after someone stole him earlier this week. But his owner discovered there was something missing from her Pomeranian when she got him back. @CBSSacramento pic.twitter.com/p3uRoLM2v0 — Velena Jones (@velenajones) October 9, 2020 “They took laptops, everything and at that point, my partner said ‘where is Charlie?’ and he was gone,” she said. Heather...
    A Florida man has had his dog taken away from him after he was caught on camera punching the cowering animal because it has ran away from the house. The unidentified man was seen at Boynton Beach in video posted to Facebook on Sunday. He walks away from the camera, with Adi, his Labrador-Pitbull mix, on a lead. Aldi had escaped from their home and ran off, and the man, angered by the dog running away, drove up in his car, grabbed Adi, and marched the animal back towards his car. With his fist clenched, the man hit Adi, a Labrador - Pitbull mix, as she huddled on the ground The dog owner slapped the terrified animal in the face, having punched it in the head The man crouched down to attack Adi, who cowered on the ground Enraged, he then stops, and begins punching the cowering animal with a closed fist, and slapping Adi in the face.  Stacey Rybak, who shot the video on her phone, called 911 to report the incident. 'To see a grown...
    A cat in China appears to have mastered its selfie skills as its owner discovered dozens of pictures on her tablet - taken by the feline photographer while it was left home alone. The Chinese woman found the photos accidentally taken by her seven-month-old cat, nicknamed Er Niu, after she noticed a clump of white fur on her iPad when she got home. Er Niu is seen licking its paws and even using the camera’s flashlight as footage shows the pet owner scrolling through the collection of selfies perfectly capturing the animal’s adorable expression. A cat in China appears to have mastered its selfie skills as its owner discovered dozens of pictures on her tablet - taken by the feline photographer while it was left home alone The Chinese woman found the photos accidentally taken by her seven-month-old cat, nicknamed Er Niu, after she noticed a clump of white fur on her iPad when she got home Tens of thousands of social media users were amused by the funny ‘cat selfies’ after the pet owner shared the...
    Deputy Steve Hortz (pictured in mug) was arrested Thursday and booked into Santa Ana Jail on suspicion of burglary A sheriff's deputy has been caught on security video allegedly stealing two safes, a rifle case and ceiling fans from a California home, days after he responded to the death of the elderly owner. Steve Hortz, a 12-year veteran of the Orange County Sheriff's Department, is accused of breaking into the home in Yorba Linda three times in late-July and mid-August and making off with the dead man's property.   Hortz was arrested Thursday and booked into Santa Ana Jail on suspicion of burglary. He is currently on paid administrative leave, according to the Sheriff's Department. Hortz responded to a 911 call at the home on July 20 about the death from natural causes of a man in his 70s, authorities said. The deputy then allegedly returned at least three times to the property in late July and mid-August, stealing two safes, ceiling fans, a rifle case and other items 'yet to be determined.' Shocking home video footage captured Hortz's numerous unauthorized visits to...
    A Los Angeles home owner whose sprawling mansion was featured on hit Netflix show Selling Sunset has claimed that real estate agent-turned-TV star Christine Quinn lied about her being a client.  A woman named Sayo had her LA home featured on the new season of the show, and she was surprised to see her house appear in one particular scene where Christine is seen explaining that the owner is a male plastic surgeon. But Sayo — a female clothing designer and founder of the brand Azu Petie — has now taken to TikTok to insist that this isn't the case, sharing a video of herself inside the home in question, while claiming that she has never even met Christine. Exposed: An LA home owner whose house was featured on Selling Sunset claims that Christine Quinn lied about her being a client On the show: In the episode, Christine says the owner of a home is a plastic surgeon who was away in Europe In the viral TikTok video, which has been viewed 3.7 million times, Sayo films the scene...
    (CNN)For decades, a tortoise named Ms. Jennifer happily lived with her owner, who would take her to the bank and other places around their town of Waltham, Massachusetts, showing her off to anyone interested. But then Ms. Jennifer's elderly owner had to be hospitalized after she contracted the coronavirus and could no longer care for the 53-year-old reptile. Ms. Jennifer was suddenly without a home and her loving owner, but the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Angell in Boston took her in on May 9 and surrounded her with love until she and her owner could be reunited. "We ensured that she had a lot of time outside with the sun on her back, grass under her feet and fresh dandelions to eat," Rob Halpin, MSPCA-Angell spokesman, told CNN. They even threw her a birthday party last Wednesday filled with more time in the sun and a cake made of her favorite foods: fruit and dandelions. Read MoreMs. Jennifer celebrated her 53rd birthday last week, complete with a cake made of her favorite foods.But in the same...
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