Politicians can be overbearing, but most times they are just delusional
The eccentric Kenyan presidential candidate, Mohammed Abduba Dida, will employ opposition chief Raila Odinga as the chairman of the Kenya Human Rights Commission if he wins the fresh presidential election of October 26. Mr Dida, a former teacher who unsuccessfully ran for president in 2013, says Mr Odinga is good at correcting things that go wrong and he should be the head of the human rights watchdog. It did not dawn on Mr Dida of the Alliance for Real Change Party that the electoral commission has ordered that the fresh presidential election will only be contested by Mr Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
No purple rain, just tears from an eyeball tatoo
A Canadian model has lost sight in one of her eyes after getting a tattoo on her eyeball. Catt Gallinger said the decision to get the tattoo was a “massive mistake” and she is facing a long recovery from the procedure. At one point it appeared as though she was crying purple tears from her sclera tattoo as residue dripped out of her eye.
She said that she got the tattoo so that she would “feel more at home in my body,” but now she’s warning others of the dangers and urging them to do research. Gallinger, from Ottawa, said: “As it stands I will have to see a specialist and am at risk of being blind if it doesn’t get corrected. “This was caused by undiluted ink, over injection, not enough/smaller injections sights.
Burglary with good intention still a crime!
A Good Samaritan who smashed the window of a burning vehicle to extinguish a fire and save a child risks being charged with burglary. Tequila Isaacson of Idaho, US, smashed the window of a burning truck to get to a fire extinguisher to douse a fire and avoid a situation where the truck would have exploded with the child inside. But when the police arrived, Isaacson was told that using a fire extinguisher that doesn’t belong to her is theft, no matter how good her intention. “”I’m in absolute shock. He outright stated that unless I was willing to pay for it right then and there, he would be charging me with burglary,” said Isaacson. The Washington State Patrol said their trooper did talk to Isaacson about who would be responsible and the consequences. They said so far, no charges have been filed.