A family-run, dry-cleaning business has come under fire for putting pro-life messages on wire coat hangers.
Springdale Cleaners, which has ten branches in Ohio, has for five years returned clean clothes to customers with a paper hanger cover which reads: ‘Choose Life’ and has a picture of the owner’s baby granddaughter.
The business is owned by Paul Dehler, 66, and his wife Diane who have run the firm since 1969.
Some of the valuables found hidden in abandoned lockers on A&E’s ‘Storage Wars’ have been added by producers to deceive viewers, a former cast member of the show claims in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
David Hester’s suit claims producers have added a BMW Mini and newspapers chronicling Elvis Presley’s death to lockers in order to build drama for the show and that his complaints about the practices led to his firing.
Hester is seeking more than $750,000 in his wrongful termination, breach of contract and unfair business practices lawsuit.
A&E Television Network declined comment, citing the pending lawsuit.
For the four-legged competitors, two months of hard work – and a fair few treats – ensured they were raring to get on the racetrack.
So when the big day rolled around, the only ones likely to get hot under the collar were any bystanders who spotted a Mini hurtling towards them with a dog at the wheel.
Two mutts made history yesterday by driving a car down a racetrack. Ten-month-old beardie cross Porter put his paws to the pedals first, steering the Mini down the straight and then turning a corner.
Movember is so last month … now the ultimate facial fashion accessory is a full on beard.
If you’ve always wanted to try out the Grizzly Adams look but don’t have the patience to grow out your designer stubble then the new Beardski should be topping your Christmas list.
Part insulating ski mask, part beard, this fake fuzz is designed to keep your face snug while you are on the slopes … or even just coming home from the office Christmas party.
Thirsty workers can now sneak in extra drinks at the office Christmas party using a clever necktie – which doubles as a flask.
Despite looking like a standard striped tie wearers of the FlaskTie can fill a hidden flask with half a pint of their favourite tipple.
And if you find yourself parched in a lengthy meeting, you can simply take the back part of the tie and sip from the well disguised nozzle.
A study involving 22 brands of lipstick found that 55per cent contained trace amounts of lead.
Underwriters Laboratories revealed that 12 of the lip products sampled tested positive for the toxic substance with the highest levels at 3.22 parts per million.
Commenting on the findings Dr Sean Palfrey, medical director for the Boston Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, warned that even low-level lead exposure poses a serious health risk and could affect mental health.
A New Mexico man arrested for vandalism tried to get out of his charges by snitching on his own mother to police, accusing her of being a drug dealer.
Acting on a tip that Vaughn Godwin was selling meth, police arrived at the residence he shares with his mother and discovered that 27-year-old had covered the walls with spray paint and smashed out windows.
According to the criminal complaint, Mr Vaughn told police it was in retaliation to his mother refusing to give him money.
A shocking new children’s book aims to help children cope with a parent being arrested and thrown in jail.
‘The Night Dad Went to Jail: What to Expect When Someone You Love Goes to Jail’ follows a young rabbit as his father is arrested at their house in front of the neighbors and sentenced to six years in prison.
It offers tips for dealing with the hardship of losing a parent for many years and an explanation of what to expect as a mother or father going through the legal process.
Young people’s attachment to their mobile phones is eroding their personal relationships, according to a new study.
The claims come after research revealed that young adults – in addition to sending over 100 texts – check their mobile up to 60 times a day.
Experts behind a new study have now said compulsively checking a mobile phone is an addiction similar to compulsive spending or credit card misuse.