A man has been banned from keeping bin bags in his house because of his fetish for suffocating people in plastic.
Warren Harris, a 46-year-old from Cheltenham, southwest England, is not even allowed to look at images of people being packed into bags and squeezed to an inch of their life, according to Gloucester Live. Harris was warned not to view such images in 2010, but he failed to comply to the court order.
Prosecutor Caighli Taylor told the court: "Police attended his address on 18th July this year. It was an unannounced visit and he consented to his mobile phone being checked. It showed he had been watching films on You Tube in relation to women being vacuum- packed and asphyxiated. Written stories relating to asphyxiation were also found."
His sentence was deferred for six months to see if Harris could receive expert help. Recorder Robert Linford warned: "I will lock you up and throw the key so far away that you will never find it. I am giving you a chance. Don't blow it."
A naked man attempted to pole dance when police handcuffed him to a lamp post.
The unknown man was arrested in Moscow, Russia, after he was spotted wandering around the city talking to himself, following complaints from members of the public who claimed he made them "nervous". But instead of putting the man, who was reportedly "high on drugs" inside their police car, they handcuffed him to a nearby lamp post after he flung his arms around one.
According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, once cuffed, the man began shimmying up and down the pole, making karate kicks before falling to the muddy floor. The police waited with him until an ambulance came to take him away. The bizarre incident was filmed by a passer-by.
Police are hunting for a man dressed in women's underwear spotted wandering in woodland.
Shocked members of the public saw the gentleman in woods near Adlington Road, in Wilmslow in Cheshire, northwest England, and contacted police after as he was acting "suspiciously".
According to the Manchester Evening News, officers attended the scene, but they couldn't trace the man, who is described as being white, late 20s to early 30s, of slim build with short, brown hair. Police suspect the incident is linked to other events in the area involving a suspicious man.
Platform 15 has been announced as a new scare maze set to open at Thorpe Park this Halloween.
The attraction in celebration of 15 years of Fright Nights is the theme park's largest maze to date, covering 450 metres of woodland which have never been explored until now.
Visitors are invited to uncover the dark secret of the infamous Sleeper Express and outrun what lies at the end of the line. And not forgetting a ride on Derren Brown's multi-sensory ghost train. Fright Nights will be held on the following dates: October 7-9, 14-16, and 21-31. For more details visit www.thorpepark.com/events/fright-nights