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What a bunch of bull!!
This is really, really not cool!! Airlines should make it a priority to hire responsible and ethical employees! Or at least guarantee better supervision!!
Because Kim Kardashian just had a pair of VERY IMPORTANT sunglasses stolen from her luggage — sunglasses her father gave her right before he died!! Ridiculous!!
As we discussed earlier, we knew she had become a recent victim of luggage-theft. And because of said disappointment, we HIGHLY doubt she'll be flying British Airways again any time soon!
Along with the priceless shades, Kim is also missing
Underwater robbers?? What?!
After the cruise ship Costa Concordia capsized off the Italian island of Giglio in January, the Italian coastguard has held the ship under close 24-hour surveillance — 26 feet under water!
This, however, did not stop a couple thieves who somehow got THROUGH the laser security systems and stole the ship’s bell straight from its deck!
The mayor of the island isn't TOO concerned, though, stating:
A cowboy and cowgirl bunny-rustled Miss Cooper, one of the cute bunnies from the window at Alexander Berardi's Soho boutique.
The thieves, described as a man with a "black Stetson" and a woman with a white cowboy hat, made off with Miss Cooper while
Good for them! They had to sell LOTS of Thin Mints and Do-si-dos to earn all that money!!!
Check out the news report (above) about Texas Girl Scouts who were robbed while selling cookies in front of Wal Mart!
The girls tried to stop the thieves, but unfortunately they got away with $200 in cookie money.
Let's hope they're able to identify these criminals through store security footage! Justice must be served!!!!
P.S. We could SO go for some Tagalongs right now! Yum!
And they actually had the guts to put them up in their own yard less than a mile away! Ugh, what losers!
Watch this grand-theft happen for URself and see the women get arrested!
That's definitely not the kind of spirit that Christmas is about!!
In Vietnam, a dog can sell for $50-100; the equivalent of the average Vietnamese man's month salary.
The dogs are sold to restaurants where they are killed, skinned and then eaten.
Thieves on motorbikes ride through towns, snatching up dogs.
Most townspeople don't even call the police because there are no real penalties for dog thievery. They instead turn to vigilante justice.
Some mobs have chased down the thieves and literally clubbed them to death then lit them on fire. The thieves have also been fighting back, shooting arrows and hurling bricks at their pursuers.
A bystander was even killed after being hit in the head with a thrown brick.
The stolen dogs are rarely recovered.
The violence is coming mainly from a clash between an old and new way of thinking.
Many in Vietnam are adopting a more Western style of human-animal companionship.
A founder of animal group to raise awareness of this cruelty going on in Vietnam said:
"You are really witnessing the convergence of two trends. The old way of the dog meat trade, where animals didn't count for much, is coming up against the new trend of keeping true companion animals that are loved, nurtured and valued for their own sake."
Normally we'd say something about how they should adopt rescue dogs but we won't allow that until they stop eating them first.
[Image via WENN.]