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    FOR the majority of us our work wardrobe is vastly different from the jeans and t-shirts or party dresses we live in on the weekends. But one young professional has shocked her followers after revealing her risque workwear, 4Dani Klarić recently revealed what she wears to work and was told it was too sexyCredit: tiktok.com/@daniklaric 4Her outfit involved wearing a lacy bra on full viewCredit: tiktok.com/@daniklaric 4Dani said she would be happy to wear the outfit in an office environmentCredit: tiktok.com/@daniklaric 4She accessorised with bright jewelleryCredit: tiktok.com/@daniklaric Dani Klarić, an interior decorator/creative director, gleefully shared her workday outfit in a recent TikTok video and instantly went viral for being “out of touch”. The controversial outfit in question was made up of a white miniskirt, a short-sleeve shirt worn totally unbuttoned to reveal a lacy yellow bra and a pair of sheer yellow thigh-high socks. “If I had a corporate job this is how I would go dressed to work. Like who’s going to stop me?” she says confidently in the post, which has garnered more than 200,000 likes and over...
    The next mayor of New York City delivered a stinging rebuke on Wednesday to progressives calling for him to outlaw solitary confinement - telling them that he was determined to keep the city safe, and promising he has the knowledge to do so. Eric Adams, who will replace Bill de Blasio on January 1, said his time as a member of the New York Police Department (NYPD) taught him about law and order. 'I wore a bulletproof vest for 22 years and protected the people of this city,' he said during a press conference. 'And when you do that, you have the right to question me on safety and public safety matters. 'I think I know a little something about this.' Eric Adams on Wednesday said he would not back down on his policy of 'segregation' for violent prisoners - despite complaints from progressives earlier this week A solitary confinement cell is seen at New York City's notorious Rikers Island jail Adams, 61, on December 16 said he felt that prisons and jails should be allowed to keep using solitary...
    In a Friday hearing on vaccine mandates in Topeka, former Kansas City, Kansas mayoral candidate Daran Duffy wore a yellow Star of David he said was meant to evoke the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust. It is just the latest such comparison to be made in the state capitol. At a hearing with the Special Committee on Government Overreach and the Impact of COVID-19 Mandates, Daran said of the Star of David emblem on his chest, “It’s not meant to be offensive. It’s not meant to be controversial.” “It’s meant rather to be a reminder (that) everything Hitler did, every single thing that Hitler did, he did in accordance with the laws of his country,” he told state legislators, the Kansas Star reports. Video from the hearing was trending on social media Saturday, showing Daran’s answer to committee members pressing him about why he, his wife, and his daughter were wearing the stars. “The reason I’m wearing the star is, as I said it’s not to be offensive, but it’s to remember, and for everybody else to call to...
    Baggy Jeans Are Back, Baby: Peep the 13 Best-Looking Pairs To Wear Now Jon Gruden removed from Buccaneers Ring of Honor after email leaks: His actions go against our core values © Provided by People Rob Lowe/Instagram Rob Lowe is living proof that age is just a number. The 57-year-old actor shared a pair of side-by-side photos on Instagram Tuesday, with one showing him on the set of his current show 911: Lone Star and the other showing him during filming of the 1985 movie Youngblood, which he starred in opposite Patrick Swayze. © Rob Lowe/Instagram The actor shared two photos on Instagram Tuesday: one from the set of 911: Lone Star taken this year, and one from 1985 In both photos, the West Wing star wore a sleeveless dark top and jeans as he gave the camera a smoldering look. The biggest difference between the two pictures is Lowe's 1980s hairstyle in the second snap. "911: Lonestar [sic] 2021 vs Youngblood 1985 Who wore it better?" Lowe wrote in the caption. RELATED: Kathryn Hahn Jokes...
    Britons who don't wear face masks indoors are up to twice as likely to test positive for Covid compared to people who wear them all the time, data suggests.   Boris Johnson made coverings optional in England on Freedom Day in July, despite No10's top scientists urging them to be kept mandatory. Surveys suggest around one in ten Britons — around 4million people — have already stopped wearing them, amid growing belief that the worst of the pandemic is over. Among those who said they sometimes wear a mask indoors, data suggested they were up to 32 per cent more likely to catch Covid.  Face masks help stop the spread of the coronavirus by catching miniscule droplets exhaled by infected people.  But the science on how well they work has been patchy, although experts insist the benefits of wearing coverings are obvious. Britons who do not wear face masks indoors are more likely to catch Covid than those that do, data suggests (stock)  Since face masks became optional in England, the number of people not wearing them has risen across the...
    An American woman has revealed that she wore the same exact colorful Hawaiian shirt to 264 video meetings since the start of the pandemic — and not a single person at her company noticed. Jem, 33, shared her funny fashion experiment in a series of TikTok videos, showing off the blue Hawaiian shirt with flowers and pineapples that she has put on for hundreds of Zoom meetings in the past 15 months. Jem said that no one ever commented on her outfit repeats, and when she finally told her team what she had sone on her last day of work, they were completely clueless. TikTok user Jem, 33, said she started wearing a Gap shirt she purchased in 2018 to all of her meetings on April 2, 2020 She wore it for meetings with her internal team, people outside the company, and the board of directors Jem says she purchased the shirt from Gap in 2018, and wore it to her first pandemic video meeting on April 2, 2020. She continued to wear it again and again, meeting...
    By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Prosecutors in Washington are opposing the pretrial release of an Arizona man who stormed the U.S. Capitol nearly two months ago while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. Prosecutors told a judge in a filing Monday that Jacob Chansley should remain jailed until trial because he is a danger to the community, explaining he held a weapon as he confronted officers inside the Capitol, wrote a threatening note to then-Vice President Mike Pence, and spoke about ridding the government of traitors. “He cannot be trusted now to suddenly change course,” prosecutors said. A judge in Washington is scheduled to hear arguments Friday over whether Chansley should be released. While prosecutors say the spear attached to a flagpole carried by Chansley into the Capitol was a weapon, his attorney has characterized the spear as an ornament. The defense lawyer also argued the message that Chansley penned to Pence wasn’t intended to be threatening and said his client is suffering from digestive tract difficulties, even though he has been...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Prosecutors in Washington are opposing the pretrial release of an Arizona man who stormed the U.S. Capitol nearly two months ago while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns. Prosecutors told a judge in a filing Monday that Jacob Chansley should remain jailed until trial because he is a danger to the community, explaining he held a weapon as he confronted officers inside the Capitol, wrote a threatening note to then-Vice President Mike Pence, and spoke about ridding the government of traitors. “He cannot be trusted now to suddenly change course,” prosecutors said. A judge in Washington is scheduled to hear arguments Friday over whether Chansley should be released. While prosecutors say the spear attached to a flagpole carried by Chansley into the Capitol was a weapon, his attorney has characterized the spear as an ornament. The defense lawyer also argued the message that Chansley penned to Pence wasn’t intended to be threatening and said his client is suffering from digestive tract difficulties, even though he has been...
    PHOENIX -- An Arizona man who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns now says he regrets storming the building, apologized for causing fear in others and expressed disappointment with former President Donald Trump.In a statement released late Monday through his attorney, Jacob Chansley said he has re-evaluated his life since being jailed for over a month on charges stemming from the riot and now realizes he shouldn't have entered the Capitol building. Chansley, who previously said Trump inspired him to be in Washington on Jan. 6, said Trump "let a lot of peaceful people down."Chansley said he's coming to terms with the events leading up to the riot and asked people to "be patient with me and other peaceful people who, like me, are having a very difficult time piecing together all that happened to us, around us, and by us. We are good people who care deeply about our country."Chansley's attorney, Al Watkins, released the statement about a half day before Trump's impeachment...
    By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns now says he regrets storming the building, apologized for causing fear in others and expressed disappointment with former President Donald Trump. In a statement released late Tuesday through his attorney, Jacob Chansley said he has re-evaluated his life since being jailed for over a month on charges stemming from the riot and now realizes he shouldn’t have entered the Capitol building. Chansley, who previously said Trump inspired him to be in Washington on Jan. 6, said Trump “let a lot of peaceful people down.” Chansley said he’s coming to terms with the events leading up to the riot and asked people to “be patient with me and other peaceful people who, like me, are having a very difficult time piecing together all that happened to us, around us, and by us. We are good people who care deeply about our country.” Chansley’s attorney, Al Watkins, released...
    PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol while sporting face paint, no shirt and a furry hat with horns now says he regrets storming the building, apologized for causing fear in others and expressed disappointment with former President Donald Trump. In a statement released late Monday through his attorney, Jacob Chansley said he has re-evaluated his life since being jailed for over a month on charges stemming from the riot and now realizes he shouldn’t have entered the Capitol building. Chansley, who previously said Trump inspired him to be in Washington on Jan. 6, said Trump “let a lot of peaceful people down.” Chansley said he’s coming to terms with the events leading up to the riot and asked people to “be patient with me and other peaceful people who, like me, are having a very difficult time piecing together all that happened to us, around us, and by us. We are good people who care deeply about our country.” Chansley’s attorney, Al Watkins, released the statement about a...
    SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — A self-professed white supremacist was wearing a GPS-enabled monitoring device when he joined the crowd of Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol this month, according to a court filing accompanying his arrest. Investigators used the monitoring device to retrace Bryan Betancur’s movements on the day of the deadly insurrection. He was wearing the device under the terms of his probation in Maryland after a burglary conviction. His probation officer called the FBI to report that Betancur had claimed to have been inside the Capitol building with rioters and said he was tear gassed during the siege. Betancur, who was arrested Sunday in Maryland on charges related to the riots, told investigators that has been a member of several white supremacist groups and has expressed a desire to be a “lone wolf killer,” an FBI agent wrote in an affidavit. Betancur also has expressed support for James Fields, the Ohio man convicted of murder for killing a woman when he plowed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville,...
    A man seen at the Capitol riots last week wearing a sweatshirt with “Camp Auschwitz” emblazoned on it was arrested in Virginia on Wednesday. Robert Keith Packer was taken into custody in Newport News by U.S. marshals, according to records from the Western Tidewater Regional Jail in Suffolk, Virginia. CNN and The New York Times first reported Packer’s arrest. Packer stood out in the sea of rioters who stormed the Capitol last week because of his shirt. He was photographed both inside and outside the Capitol sporting the anti-Semitic garb, which referred to the infamous Nazi concentration camp. CNN identified Packer on Sunday as the man in the photos. According to a local news report, Packer, 56, is charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building without lawful authority and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Federal authorities have arrested dozens of people who took part in the riots, which started following a rally held to oppose the 2020 presidential election results. (RELATED: Man Seen Beating Officer With American Flag Called For ‘Death’ To Lawmakers) WATCH:...
    A rioter who stormed the US Capitol Wednesday wearing a 'Camp Auschwitz' sweatshirt has been identified as a former welder from Virginia with a criminal record for forgery. Robert Keith Packer was identified by CNN as the man photographed wearing the 'Camp Auschwitz' sweatshirt at the riot, referencing the most infamous Nazi concentration camp, where about 1.1 million people were killed during World War II. The sweatshirt featured skull and crossbones and appeared to read 'work brings freedom'' - a translation of the German phrase on the camp's gates; 'Arbeit macht frei'. A Virigina resident described Packer as having 'extreme' beliefs while another described him as an 'off-beat' character. Packer, described as a former welder and pipe-fitter, has a criminal record for   driving under the influence and a felony conviction for forging public records.  One of those pictured at the Capitol Wednesday wore a racist t-shirt which read 'Camp Auschwitz' Dozens of people have already been arrested and prosecutors across the U.S. have vowed to bring to justice those who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, sending lawmakers into...
    A man wears a shirt calling for freedom for Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, the man who allegedly shot protesters in Wisconsin, during a US President Donald Trump Campaign Rally, the day after the end of the Republican National Convention, at Manchester airport in Londonderry, New Hampshire, on August 28. Joseph Prezioso / AFP Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager charged with shooting three people at a Kenosha, Wisconsin, protest, was spotted drinking in a t-shirt that said "Free as F****." Police said drinking at the bar was not in violation of the murder suspect's $2 million bail because he was with his parents. Rittenhouse has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the shooting and his family has monetized his status as a far-right hero. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kyle Rittenhouse, the 18-year-old who shot three men at a Kenosha, Wisconsin, protest last year, was spotted this weekend drinking at a bar while wearing a t-shirt that said "Free AS F***."  A photo of the teenage murder suspect went viral Friday on Twitter as many questioned how could...
    (CNN)Lockdowns could be avoided if everyone followed health measures such as wearing masks, the World Health Organization's top Europe official said at a Thursday news briefing.WHO Europe's Regional Director Hans Kluge stressed that lockdowns should be a "last resort," and urged the public to follow guidance to help to prevent deaths.He said that if 95% of people wore masks, instead of the current 60%, "lockdowns would not be needed" -- although he added that mask use was not a "panacea" and needed to be combined with other measures."If we all do our share, lockdowns are avoidable," Kluge said.A woman rides a bicycle past a closed cinema in Montpellier, southern France, on November 16.He noted that hundreds of millions of people are currently living under lockdowns, which require economic support and cause job losses, disruption to health services and collateral damage in terms of mental health, substance abuse and gender-based violence.Read MoreKluge, speaking in Copenhagen, Denmark, warned of the "negative impact of easing too quickly," saying restrictions should only be relaxed gradually.Europe must stay 'vigilant' for winterEuropean countries are still facing...
    (Bloomberg) – After a woman infected with the coronavirus visited a Starbucks cafe north of Seoul this month, more than 20 customers tested positive for the virus days later. But all four employees wearing masks were spared from the infection. The August 8 outbreak in the South Korean city of Paju is another example of how quickly the SARS-CoV-2 virus can spread indoors. It also points out a way to minimize transmission. With health authorities around the world still debating the evidence surrounding the masks, the contagion focus of 27 people in the air-conditioned establishment supports mandatory use regulations to help limit the spread of the virus that causes covid- 19. “This says a lot about the role that masks can play,” said Ma Sang Hyuk, an infectious disease physician at Changwon Fatima Hospital in South Korea. “Masks may not offer 100% protection, but nothing is that effective.” Countries from Australia to Venezuela are issuing recommendations to help curb the pandemic, which has infected more than 23 million people and killed at least 810,000 worldwide. Face...
    In South Texas, an abandoned dog was living on the streets for months. Every night he returned to the same backyard, sleeping on the hard pavement night after night. “No one’s dog” wore a collar from his past, so he must have belonged to a family at one time, but for whatever reason, he was never reunited with them. After months and scavenging for food, the dog’s health started to decline. The neglect and malnutrition caused his immune system to become taxed and he couldn’t fight the infections inflicting his raw skin. The poor dog would scratch his open wounds, his skin hard from mange. Thankfully, local rescue volunteers sent out an urgent plea on social media in need of help, and Rescue Dogs Rock NYC stepped in without question.    Now named Canelo, he is finally getting the help he so desperately needed.    Canelo needs emergency medical treatment and rehabilitation. It’s $1,000 to walk into any emergency medical facility so Rescue Dogs Rock NYC desperately needs funds to save this sweet soul.      Thankfully, Canelo already...
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