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Las Vegas Uber driver viciously attacked by her passengers

Las Vegas Uber driver viciously attacked by her passengers
[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://sfpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Uber-Driver-Attached-SFPost.mp4"][/video] Victoria Partridge is thankful to be alive after she was viciously attacked by her Uber passengers early Sunday morning in Las Vegas.  Partridge went to Fremont St. to make a pickup at around 12:30 AM. When she got there, she saw there were 7 women waiting for her, more than her six-passenger van is permitted to carry due to seatbelt restrictions.  Victoria told them she couldn’t take them all, but they pleaded with her several times telling her it was the last chance they had to get home. The driver opened the van door multiple times asking them to leave, but when they wouldn’t go, she gave up and took them to their destination, an apartment seven minutes away.  When they got to the apartment, Victoria turned around to remind them to take their belongings when one passenger threw a drink into her face.  Then all hell broke loose. The passenger in the front seat began beating Victoria on the head. The woman in the back seat grabbed her tip jar. Another passenger opened the driver door, so she was being beaten on all sides.  One woman took her cell phone while another complained she broke...
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The largest ever Python caught in Florida Everglades

The largest ever Python caught in Florida Everglades
Encountering a snake is never pleasant but imagine coming across one that’s 215 lbs. and 18 ft long. That’s the size of the Burmese Python that was captured in Florida on Thursday.  Apparently, the female snake had been slithering around the Florida Everglades when biologists found her by using a male python named Dionysus who was outfitted with a radio transmitter.  Researchers from the Conservancy of Southwest Florida wrestled with her for 20 minutes before she was subdued and eventually killed.  “We knew he (Dionysus) was there for a reason, and the team found him with the largest female we have seen to date,” said state biologist Ian Bartoszek.  The python, who was about the size of a giraffe when stretched out, was discovered to be pregnant with a whopping 122 eggs. Her last meal was an entire white-tailed deer.  She was estimated to be about 20 years old.  She beats the record for largest snake caught in the area topping a 16 ft. 140 lb., male previously captured nearby.  Pythons have long been seen as pests in the Florida area. With no major predators, they tend to thrive on native species.  They are often found in the Florida area...
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British art teacher fired after allowing high school students to pose nude

British art teacher fired after allowing high school students to pose nude
One of the best things about art is how subjective it is. Even though art is subjective there are still certain lines that should never be crossed. Among them include allowing underage girls to pose topless in the name of art, but that’s exactly what one art teacher in the U.K has been accused of. The teacher, 41-year-old Emma Wright, was working at the Huxlow Science College in Northamptonshire, England at the time the incident occurred. The photoshoot took place back in 2017, but Wright wasn’t fired until the two year investigation surrounding the photoshoot concluded. To say that the photos were inappropriate would be quite an understatement. Some of the photos included students using bottles of alcohol to cover their breasts, while other images consisted of the girls smoking in their school uniforms and making other offensive gestures. British media outlet, The Sun shared claims that one photo contained an image of a student “posing with their hand inside their underwear or in a pose which simulated masturbation.” While most people can understand the limits of art classes in school, Wright seemingly doesn’t. She criticized her firing as an “injustice”, and told The Sun, “I am a good person....
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Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade

Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled to overturn the 49-year-old Roe vs. Wade decision to legalize abortion throughout the U.S. It will uphold a Mississippi decision to ban the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy and leave the ultimate decision up to each state’s local government.  Justice Samuel Alito also overturned a decision made in the 1992 case, Planned Parenthood vs. Casey which ruled not to impose and ‘undue burden’ on women in need of an abortion.  “Abortion presents a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated that authority. We now overrule those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives,” Alito wrote in a statement.  “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences. And far from bringing about a national settlement of the abortion issue, Roe and Casey have enflamed debate and deepened division,” he continued.  The decision was finalized more than eight weeks after Alito’s opinion was leaked to press causing outrage and protests across the country.  Chief Justice John Roberts concurred with Alito’s decision saying, “Ample evidence...
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Couple receive noise warning after neighbors complain their sex “louder than a lawnmower”

Couple receive noise warning after neighbors complain their sex "louder than a lawnmower"
There are a variety of traits that neighbors value. Among them are the ability to be respectful of others when it comes to noise. That’s a memo a couple from the United Kingdom never received as their neighbors have issued complaints that their sex is ‘louder than a lawnmower. Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, who live in a social housing community named Stonewater will now need to be monitored by the housing provider as a result of the neighbors’ complaints.  They received a letter from the housing association saying, “We have been informed that you and your partner can be heard having sexual relations by other neighbors. In turn they have reported this to us, as they find it to be embarrassing and distressing.” Barker responded to the letter by saying, “It’s as if I’m a screamer. I’ve never had any noise issues before.” Providing further detail about her intimacy habits, she also said, “I’d not call my sex sessions extreme… a few moans and groans of course. We’re doing it morning, noon and night, but not anti-social hours.” To call the situation embarrassing would likely be an understatement.  Taking that into mind, Barker thought the complaint she...
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