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Two recent pictures of a Cathay Pacific flight attendant giving an on-duty pilot oral sex in the cockpit were leaked last week. The airline has said that they are investigating the case.
Violence is up in this year's Stanley Cup playoffs — and so are ratings. NHL head of player safety Brendan Shanahan has doled out nine suspensions this postseason, already twice as many compared with the entire 2011 postseason. The NHL has become more aware of the long-term effects of head injuries sustained by hockey players. But after taking a tough stand against nasty fights and dirty hits at the beginning of the 2011-2012 season, Shanahan has been inconsistent in disciplining players. Some say it's because NHL owners don't want him to.
In the most egregious incident in this year's NHL playoffs, Phoenix Coyotes winger Raffi Torres has been suspended indefinitely for a brutal head shot on Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa. Torres faces a disciplinary hearing with the player safety committee today in New York, and the Blackhawks want Shanahan to throw the book at him.
It's a chance for Shanahan to reign in the violence. Will he send a strong signal, or will he allow the violence in professional hockey to continue to spin out of control?
Scientists in New Zealand say brothels staffed by robot prostitutes could be a reality by 2050. In the paper Robots, Men And Sex Tourism, Ian Yeoman and Michelle Mars of the Victoria Management School in Wellington imagine a world in which sex tourism has become respectable and human trafficking and the spread of STDs stemmed by replacing human prostitutes with lifelike sex robots.
Made with bacteria-resistant materials, these robots will ensure safe sex and may be seen as a more ethical way of hiring a prostitute. Although prostitutes themselves may not be keen on the developing technology, researchers believe robot sex workers can bring a level of respectability to the prostitution game.
The paper describes a fictitious brothel in Amsterdam called Yub-Yum where, for a little more than $8,000 (£6,200), visitors are "guaranteed a wonderful and thrilling experience as all the androids are programmed to perform every service and satisfy every desire."
Have you heard of Valeria Lukyanova? She is 21 years old and from the Ukraine. Valeria describes herself as the most famous woman on the Russian-language internet.
It's easy to see why. Valeria's Barbie doll looks have made her the focus of much online interest. Her proportions are exaggerated by her super-sized boobs relative to her thin waist.
Others say Valeria's face looks made of plastic. She looks like a victim of plastic surgery gone wrong.
Some people say her self-portraits look photoshopped. Valeria is beginning to find fans in France and elsewhere in Europe.
On her blog, Valeria talks about the music she makes. She's also into astroplaning.
What do you think? Are Valeria's Barbie doll looks too artificial to be considered beautiful? Leave your comments below.