An article on the Huffington Post speculates on whether or not rapper Danny Brown was sexually assaulted on stage when a fan performed oral sex on him in full view of other fans in the front row. Another performer who is the opening act for Brown says that the incident was "an actual sexual assault" and there was nothing the rapper could do. However, Philly.com reports that Brown bragged about not missing a bar while it was occurring in a tweet to another rapper who asked him about if it was true. The police are not involved at this point but do you think both parties should be charged with public indecency or is this acceptable behavior in today's society?
Heavy machinery, high capacity generators and substandard construction materials were largely responsible for the Bangladesh garment factory collapse that led to over 500 deaths and counting including thousands of injuries according to an inquiry by the Bangladesh government. However, Bangladesh's finance minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith said the collapse of a garment factory building was not "really serious," and he is "not worried" that it cause foreign garment retailers to leave the country. Pope Francis condemned the working conditions on Wednesday and said it was "slave labor". Reuters reported "Living on 38 Euros ($50) a month - that was the pay of these people who died. That is called slave labor," Francis said in a private impromptu sermon at his personal morning Mass in his residence.
In Montana last month in an underreported story, 559 pounds of explosives were stolen from U.S. Forest Service storage bunker about two miles south of Red Lodge. The ATF is offering a $5,000 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of responsible parties. Items stolen from the bunker include emulsion-type explosives, explosive cast boosters and detonating cord.
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