A transgender woman murdered and cooked by her husband in their swank Australian apartment was a “high-class” prostitute using profits from sex work to support her family in Indonesia.
Mayang Prasetyo was charging up to $435 an hour for her services, marketing herself online as a “top high-class Asian shemale.’’
The married couple at the center of the weekend’s grim murder-suicide in Brisbane had both recently spoken to family and given them no indication of problems in their relationship.
Now You Can Have Two
After more than 20 years of research, a team of scientists are bioengineering penises in the lab which may soon be transplanted safely on to patients. It is an extraordinary medical endeavour that has implications for a wide range of disorders.Mary, Mary, quite contrary
How does your garden grow?
Silver bells and cockle shells
And a few honkin' johnsons.
Carnival Survival Cruises Now Being Offered
A group of Cuban migrants drank their own urine and blood after the engine of their homemade boat failed, leaving them adrift in the Caribbean for three weeks without food or water, according to survivors who reached the United States this week.
“I’m happy I made it, alive, but it was something no-one should have to go through,” said Alain Izquierdo, a Havana butcher, and one of 15 survivors of the 32 passengers.The last "Poop Cruise" was so successful that an "All You Can Drink Blood and Urine Cruise" is scheduled for the holidays.
This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
While they're not quite sharks with laser beams attached to their heads, the U.S. Navy's new fleet of unmanned war boats could still cause quite a scare.Unfortunately the entire program has been placed in jeopardy. The International Brotherhood of Sharks With Laser Beams Attached to Their Heads, Local 195, has filed an unfair labor practices suit against the Department of the Navy.
The waterborne drones can guard U.S. ships and autonomously swarm enemy vessels, according to the Office of Naval Research (ONR). The Navy successfully tested the system over a two-week period in August on the James River in Virginia.