Egypt univ ousts girl over video in which she is hugging a boy
Al-Azhar university on Sunday said it had expelled a female student after she appeared in a video hugging a male colleague, accusing her of undermining the school’s reputation. The video, which went viral earlier this month, showed a young man carrying a bouquet of flowers kneeling before a young woman and then hugging her in what appeared to be a marriage proposal.
Thieves steal bronze hippo weighing 1500 pounds
reported stolen on Friday. Reportedly, the hippo is believed to have been stolen when someone forced their way into Chilstone Garden Ornaments in Tunbridge Wells.The Kent Police shared a post on Facebook appealing for information on the statue. The Facebook post sees police constable Nick Lingham as saying that the hippo is ‘extremely heavy’ and previously took five people to lift.
Leave $350 hats at home, school asks students
Administrators at a New York middle school are begging students to leave their winter hats made by Italian apparel company Moncler at home because the pricy tops keep getting lost. The administrators at Great Neck North Middle School on Long Island
Pak varsity to observe ‘sisters’ day’ on Feb 14
A Pakistani university will celebrate Sisters’ Day on February 14 to promote “Islamic traditions”, according to the vice chancellor. Female students can be gifted scarves and Abayahs (clothes) as decided by Vice Chancellor Zafar Iqbal Randhawa of the University of Agriculture in Faisalabad and other decision makers, Dawn news reported. He claimed that celebrating Sisters’ Day would allow “a soft image to develop”, and that people will realise that this is how much sisters are loved in Pakistan.
People bathe in the Baltic sea during a group winter exercise in Gdansk, Poland, on Sundaywrote a letter to parents saying the time spent looking for lost Montcler hats has been “disruptive to the students’ focus and time.”