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Pennsylvania woman who urinated on bucket of potatoes at Walmart turns herself in

What in the actual hell is wrong with people these days? Licking ice cream, licking medical instruments, peeing on potatoes, etc. Has our society really fallen so low that tampering with food is the trendy thing to do these days?

https://www.yahoo.com/news/pennsylvania-woman-urinated-bucket-potatoes-160500462.html
A Pennsylvania woman who is accused of urinating into a bin of potatoes in the middle of a Walmart has turned herself in, according to KDKA.

The woman, who is charged with criminal mischief, open lewdness, disorderly conduct and public drunkness, was caught on the store's surveillance video last week. Police have identified her as 20-year-old Grace Brown.

"Ms. Brown along with her attorney came to the station where she identified herself as the person urinating on the potatoes," the West Mifflin Borough Police Department said in a statement.

The video shows Brown relieving herself inside the Walmart produce section at approximately 10:10 p.m. last Wednesday.

Police were tipped off by an employee who noticed a puddle of urine on the store's floor. They then referred to the video, which showed Brown peeing directly into a bin of potatoes. Brown allegedly left the Walmart immediately afterward.

Stanford launches investigation after noose found on campus: 'I was just distraught'

More love and tolerance in Trump's America:
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/stanford-launches-investigation-after-noose-found-on-campus-004328071.html
Stanford University is conducting an investigation after a noose was found tied to a tall bush near a campus residence, in which a group of mostly minority high school students is staying for a summer program.

According to deputies from the university's department of public safety, the three-foot-long white rope was found on the night of July 12. Cheron Perkins, a medical student from New Orleans who is working as an adviser to the students in the program, took a photo of the noose and shared the image on Twitter. She says it took Stanford police "over an hour" to respond, and that a 911 operator told her it wasn't "an emergency."
"My immediate thought was nothing but fear because I'd never seen a noose," Perkins told NBC Bay Area. "I was just distraught."

She believes that the noose, which the university said, "has no place on our campus," was a message for the minority students she is advising.

Perkins and her colleagues feel as if the issue has been "swept under the rug."

"I was terrified for my life," a program assistant, who wished not to be identified, also told the station. "I called my mom, and she was ready to put me on a plane back home. You don't know who is hanging around and what their actions might be, and we had the most minorities of all the summer camps."

Trump on blight of homelessness in U.S. cities: 'It's disgraceful'

Wtf lol? I don't even know where to begin with this stuff.
https://news.yahoo.com/trump-wants-to-tackle-blight-of-homelessness-in-us-cities-its-disgraceful-152511833.html


President Trump says he is “seriously” considering tackling the blight of homelessness in major American cities — an issue that Trump curiously believes began shortly after he became president.

“It’s a phenomena that started two years ago. It’s disgraceful,” Trump told Fox News host Tucker Carlson in an interview that aired Monday night. “We’re looking at it very seriously because you can’t do that.”

Carlson raised the topic by noting that unlike some U.S. cities, places like Tokyo and Osaka, Japan — where the president recently traveled for the G-20 summit — are “clean.”

The president then relayed an idea homeless advocates say is a myth: that some people choose to be homeless.

“Some of them have mental problems where they don’t even know they’re living that way. In fact, perhaps they like living that way,” he said. “They can’t do that. We cannot ruin our cities.

“People that work in those cities,” Trump continued, “they work in office buildings and to get into the building, they have to walk through a scene that nobody would have believed possible three years ago.”

The president went on to blame the “liberal establishment” for preventing him from cleaning up encampments of homeless people.

“This is what I’m fighting,” he said.
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