It’s a good thing we have FOX News out there doing the tough journalism. We had almost forgotten the thrill ride that began over a year ago at that fateful Thanksgiving dinner at the Woods home in Florida. How things have changed for everyone (it’s a long list) involved! Below are a couple of videos: one from Chinese TV showing their animated reenactment of what allegedly happened that day, followed by the South Park version of events as a video game.
Sometimes, you just have to report on the good jocks and good coaches out there. This time it was a good gym teacher who may have saved the life of a Jefferson High School (WI) student after a bizarre accident at the school’s swimming pool. Here’s the full story from WTMJ in Milwaukee:
During a Monday afternoon physical education class, an underwater viewing window shattered while students were in the pool. Water flushed into the adjoining room. One young man could not get out in time. The gushing water sucked him through the window’s fractured glass. Superintendent Mike Swartz is proud of instructor Greg Fetherston, who pulled the struggling swimmer to safety. The teacher himself suffered minor cuts.
“Mr. Fetherston, our instructor, jumped in the water to go to the aid of the student. He, too, was pulled through the window,” Swartz told TODAY’S TMJ4 reporter Tom Murray. “He was in good spirits. He was concerned, as we all are, for our student.”
While Fetherston was treated and released, the high school junior is said to have suffered far more severe injuries. A medical helicopter airlifted him to UW Hospital in Madison. Hospital staff said they had no information to release when asked for a condition report late Monday.
Was this guy really stalking, or does he just like to take a lot of pictures? With digital cameras and large mass storage devices, who’s to say what “too many pictures” really is? Read the story below from NJ.com and you decide.
Our guess is, if he looked more like George Clooney, and less like Al Bundy, no one would have minded.
A 62-year-old North Bergen man was arrested Nov. 23 and charged with two counts of stalking after he photographed teenage girls at several North Jersey high school sporting events and 1,400 photographs were found on his camera, according to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. Joseph M. Delpriore, of 68th Street, is accused of photographing female high school athletes and cheerleaders at North Valley Regional High School in Old Tappan on several dates in October, officials said.
Officials said Delpriore targeted two female athletes at the high school, photographing them repeatedly. Both females and their parents were sent notifications to make them aware of Delpriore’s activities, officials said.