A tourist died after banging his head during 'vigorous sex' with an 'ladyboy' escort in Thailand. The naked body of a middle-aged foreign tourist was discovered in a hotel room in Pattaya on the country's eastern Gulf coast in the early hours last Sunday. The unidentified male, aged between 40 and 45, is said to have hit his head on a wall during a PS58 'wild' sexual encounter, according to Thai website Pattaya One News. A local blogger who documented the incident, said police were called to the scene at around 5 a.m.
A woman was taken to hospital to remove a shark from her arm. The 23-year-old spent the weekend in a hospital in Boca Raton, Florida, getting the two-foot long deadly creature, who locked its jaw tight on to her arm, prized from her limb. The beastly sea animal turned violent after she had been petting it at Red Reef Park last Sunday, according to an onlooker. One witness told the Sun Sentinel: "The shark wouldn't give up. It was barely breathing but it wasn't letting go of her arm, like it was stuck to her or something." However, the baby shark did not survive the operation.
A woman claims she found a 'used condom' in the middle of her shop-bought cake. The shopper was just about to tuck into a slice of the sweet treat when she made the gross discovery. She had bought the Easter treat - which is similar to Italian panettone cakes - to mark Orthodox Easter Day on May 1 and purchased it from the in-house bakery at her local O'Key supermarket in the city of Tyumen, in south-central Russia's Tyumen Oblast region. Tatiana said: "When we cut the cake, we saw a strange rubber object. Initially we thought it might be a rubber glove." But on closer inspection it turned out to be a used condom that had been baked along with the rest of the cake. Tatiana, who believes the disgusting addition was an act of revenge from an employee who had just been sacked from the store, complained to the shop's head office. However, she was even more shocked when she learned that the store only employs women at its bakery.
Scientists have identified lesbian actions among a group of female gorillas. Associate Professor Dr Cyril Grueter, a primate expert from the University of Western Australia, was looking at the feeding patterns of gorillas in Rwanda when he made the surprising find. It's the first time homosexual behaviour of its kind has been formally documented in the wild. In an interview with Daily Mail Australia, Dr Grueter said: "Instead of seeing aggression between females over food we saw them engaging in sexual behaviour which was quite surprising. They were obviously deriving sexual pleasure from each other ... I never expected to see something like this."