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    Shocking video footage captured a woman punching a Philly McDonald's worker who took exception to being called a 'ho' - before the aggressor and her pals stormed the kitchen and attacked staff while shrieking with laughter.   The viral video posted to World Star captures the moment the female driver leans over to hand the worker at the drive-thru payment for their order and punches her instead.  She and her cronies then marched into the restaurant's kitchen to continue the violence while toting a broom and giant plastic safety cone.   Just moments earlier, the driver pulls up to the drive-thru window for their order while honking the horn as the women in the vehicle try to suppress their giggles.  The driver laughs at the camera before turning to the drive-thru window work at McDonald's  After exchanging words, the driver turns back around, she opens the car door slightly, steps halfway out and punches the worker who quickly slams the window shut RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Utah father told son, FOUR, to fire a gun at...
    More On: leonardo dicaprio Leonardo DiCaprio, Jeff Bezos, Drake ring in NYE on St. Barts yacht Leonardo DiCaprio outbid as Domingo Zapata painting sells for $1M Leonardo DiCaprio, A-listers, and billionaires party in St. Barts Kate Winslet ‘couldn’t stop crying’ during recent Leonardo DiCaprio reunion A shirtless Leonardo DiCaprio celebrated the new year by relaxing aboard a superyacht alongside his fellow p—y posse member, Lukas Haas. The “Don’t Look Up” star was photographed laying out on a lounge chair beside Haas on Tuesday in St. Barts, according to photos obtained by the Daily Mail. The 47-year-old actor and Haas — whose group of friends were aptly named the p—y posse in the ’90s — both worked on their tan and soaked up the sun while enjoying the beautiful weather. DiCaprio opted to go shirtless, rocking a pair of light blue swim trunks while Hass donned a patterned bathing suit. The Acadamy Award winner looked relaxed as he propped his hands behind his head and stared out into the clear blue water. After a while, DiCaprio seemed...
    A group of well-dressed women who've been spotted accompanying Elizabeth Holmes to her fraud trial are her Stanford pals and sorority sisters, it has been claimed.  The disgraced former Theranos chief executive called former friends and sorority sisters from Kappa Alpha Theta at Stanford University to ask if they would accompany her to court as a show of support during her trial for fraud. One of them has been identified as Jackie Lamping, who attended college with Holmes, and now works as a marketing boss in New York City.   While not all of them accepted the invitation - CNBC reports one friend backed out over being uncomfortable with the request - several of Holmes' sorority sisters were spotted alongside her this week as she takes the stand for her ongoing trial.  Multiple smartly-dressed blonde women around the same age as Holmes have been spotted accompanying her to previous hearings, including the opening of her trial in September. Holmes, pictured, smiled and hugged several women, who refused tell reporters their names, after leaving court One of the women who has accompanied...
    MONTROSE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — The Montrose County Sheriff’s Office announced an important update in the effort to return an elusive emu at large in the rural county to its rightful owner. (credit: Montrose County Sheriff) “It takes a village,” the sheriff’s office posted. Animal Control Deputy Robillard and an “emu wrangling posse” comprised of the owner, two Montrose Police Department animal control officers, and a gentleman from Waste Management managed to capture the elusive emu. “After a 30 minute chase, the emu was apprehended with the catch pole,” the sheriff wrote. “It was not ’emused.'” However, the emu is home and safely recovering from its “walkabout.”  
    You’re L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, and you’re in trouble. Multiple lawsuits against your deputies allege excessive force and wrongful deaths in encounters with civilians. L.A. County supervisors have openly talked about how to prematurely end your four-year term. One of your advisors and two subordinates plan to run for the sheriff’s seat in the next election. L.A. County Dist. Atty. George Gascón wants nothing to do with you. The public is tiring of your soft-hand approach to deputy gangs, and off-hands stance on disciplining deputies who don’t bother with masks during our coronavirus times. So what do you do as the head of the largest sheriff’s unit in the United States? Enact reforms? Nah. You announce that your guys and gals can now wear cowboy hats while on duty. Yee-haw! Villanueva, to put it lightly, loves his tejanas. He sports a sharp black one for ceremonial purposes, like riding on horseback in Cinco de Mayo parades or during the opening festivities for the Industry Hills Charity Pro Rodeo this past weekend. But his affection for them didn’t get much...
     Samantha Bee went off on the Supreme Court’s conservative majority after they refused to block Texas’ highly restrictive abortion law. Bee opened Wednesday’s Full Frontal by lamenting the end of summer, which often means saying goodbye to beach days and long nights, adding, “But for Texas and the Supreme Court, the end of this summer has meant saying goodbye to people’s fucking reproductive rights.” The host was referring to Texas’ recently imposed abortion law, which bans the procedure once someone is just six weeks pregnant, and puts any person who aided the procedure at legal risk. “Technically, you’re six weeks pregnant just two weeks after you miss a period — which is a fucking nightmare, because periods can be irregular for all kinds of reasons,” Bee said. “I skipped a period when I started this job and at the 2018 People’s Choice Awards when Willem Dafoe looked at me too hard. (That was before he became Willem Dafriend.) After noting that Chief Justice John Roberts, a member of the Court’s conservative wing, joined the three liberal justices — Elena Kagan, Sonia...
    From a stylish 21-year-old Princess with a burgeoning fashion label, to the polo-playing king who's graced the catwalk for D&G, these royals may not be on your radar but that won't be for long.   Padmanabh Singh, 23, who has walked for D&G, was crowned as the unofficial Maharaja of Jaipur in 2011, and is a member of the former ruling family of Jaipur State, in present-day Rajasthan, India, and worth an estimated £500-650 million.  Although his title is not officially recogised by law as India is a federal parliamentary democratic republic, the title is still highly respected, and was bestowed to him when his grandfather died, skipping his mother due to her gender, and his father - a former household staff member - because he had no royal blood.  With Prince Charles' godson is currently dating a French jewellery designer, there are few other socialites in the world who could match up to the ultra-glossy family.  Thanks to a profile in Tatler this month and a new book on the history of Jaipur's royals, they certainly look poised to gain...
    Formula One fans are gearing up for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone this weekend, where Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to claw back points from current championship leader Max Verstappen. The Belgian-Dutch Red Bull driver was victorious in the last three races, putting him 32 points clear of his Mercedes rival. Cheering Max on is his glamorous Brazilian model girlfriend Kelly Piquet, who previously dated Daniil Kvyat for three years. She is among the glossy pitlane posse of WAGs who'll be championing their partners as they take to the track at Silverstone - either in person, thanks to the race getting the go-ahead for 140,000 spectators, or virtually as they watch from home.  Also cheering from the sidelines is Charlotte Sine, a 21-year-old architecture student who is dating Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, and aerospace engineer Caterina Masetti Zannini, girlfriend of Pierre Gasly. Cheering Max on is his glamorous Brazilian model girlfriend Kelly Piquet (pictured together), who previously dated Daniil Kvyat for three years THE DAUGHTER OF A LEGEND  Kelly Piquet - dating Max Verstappen Red Bull star Max, 23, is currently...
    The England WAGs are busy upping the glamour ante amid the Euro 2020 , but the event isn't the only major sporting event taking place this summer with Wimbledon getting underway today.  While the Covid-19 pandemic has restricted the number of attendees for the prestigious tennis tournament, it's still likely to attract a dream guest list of A-listers of royalty that soccer stadiums can only dream of. Meanwhile a host of very glamorous tennis WAGs will be cheering their husbands and boyfriends on from the stands.    Leading the way will be Kim Murray, who will be on hand to cheer on husband Andy in the doubles competition as he continues his return to tennis.  Among the other Centre Court regulars will be former tennis pro Mirka Federer - wife of Swiss tennis star Roger - and Jelena Djokovic, whose husband Novak is world number one. The England WAGs are busy upping the glamour ante amid the Euro 2020 , but the event isn't the only major sporting event taking place this summer with Wimbledon getting underway today (pictured left, player...
    More On: peacocks Peculiar pets: How one man learned that six peacocks are better than one ‘Saved by the Bell’ revival with Mario Lopez as a gym teacher gets premiere date Cops coax loose peacock through traffic, back to Prospect Park Zoo Cop uses mating call in phone app to help capture escaped peacock It’s all fun and feathers until someone gets hurt. Los Angeles County officials are pleading with residents to refrain from feeding the hundreds of wayward peacocks across its cities. Locals say the creatures are “polarizing” some of the Southern California communities, eliciting treats from some neighbors and running afoul of others. The flamboyant land fowl native to South Asia and Central Africa are a popular zoo attraction, but they’re also frequently kept as pets in the US — particularly in LA, where they’re often spotted roaming the streets untethered, according to local reports. The pandemic has prompted a poultry-population boom, as new or inexperienced owners have failed to prevent their tenacious peacocks from seeking peahens, their female counterparts who sport a more muted look....
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle count actors, fashion designers and royalty among their inner circle, so newborn daughter Lilibet will have no shortage of glittering celebrity offspring by her side as she grows up.  But the young royal's star-studded California play date posse will be decidedly different to the one she would have had if Harry and Meghan had decided to raise their children in the UK.  A-list power couple Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry, who welcomed daughter Daisy Dove in August 2020, live just down the road from the Sussexes in Montecito, while Meghan's BFF Misha Nonoo, who is expecting a daughter of her own this summer, has reportedly been looking for a house in the neighbourhood.  Further away are Serena Williams and her daughter Olympia, who spend most of their time in Florida, and Toronto-based Jessica Mulroney and her three children, although distance doesn't matter too much when you're mingling with the mega-wealthy.  Some of the British crew have also moved Stateside, with Tom 'Skippy' Inskip - Prince Harry's onetime wingman - now calling Washington D.C. home with...
    The military “will conduct security, communications and logistical support operations” to protect Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony, according to the National Guard office. JUp to 25,000 members of the National Guard will be in Washington for the nomination of Joe Biden, according to the Bloomberg agency. They “will conduct security, communications and logistical support operations” to protect the ceremony, according to the National Guard office. “Posse Comitatus Act” Exceptionally, the reservists will be armed. They are only allowed “as a last resort” to arrest themselves, according to the Defense Ministry. US servicemen do not have the right to search, seize, or arrest civilians under the Posse Comitatus Act, an old law originally intended to prevent the use of the US military against US citizens . But reservists have sometimes been allowed to carry weapons, such as in the historic movement to protest racism and police violence over the death of George Floyd, an African-American suffocated by a white policeman on May 25 in Minneapolis.
    Allie Young, a thirty-year-old woman from Navajo Nation, led her fellow early-voters to the polls on horseback beginning on October 20. Due to limited polling stations and lack of transportation access in this area, voting among Indigenous people is often difficult. However, Young did not let this challenge discourage her from voting, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Young started “Ride to the Polls” this October in hopes to encourage and empower other Native American people to vote in this election in a way that brought them closer to their own cultural heritage. Young leads many groups on horseback from Church Rock, Navajo County to Kayenta, AZ; a 10 mile endeavor, according to the Post-Gazette. Young stated “I am doing this to honor our ancestors who fought for our right to vote, so I wanted to wear traditional clothes,” as she saddled up for her journey, according to the Post-Gazette. Her mother tied a Diné sash around her waist as Young also wore customary beaded jewelry. A Navajo man on a horse poses for tourists in front of the Merrick Butte...
    A former write-in GOP gubernatorial candidate with ties to the Ohio Republican party allegedly attempted to raise a “posse” to kidnap Gov. Mike DeWine (R), try him over his decision to implement pandemic-related health restrictions, and sentence him to either exile or death, the Ohio Capital Journal reported. Renea Turner’s alleged plan was discovered after one of the people she reportedly contacted to join the posse notified law enforcement. The case, reminiscent of the recently foiled kidnapping plot against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D), has been referred to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the agency charged with the governor’s security for further investigation. No arrests have been made. According to an Oct. 16 Piqua Police Department report obtained by the Capital Journal, a citizen called that morning and told officers that he’d just received a call from Turner. “Turner reportedly asked if they wanted to take part in an attempt to arrest the governor at his home later that weekend and try him for allegations of tyranny,” the report stated. The news organization did not report the identity of the caller, but...
    WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — An organization that received some of President Obama’s Nobel Prize money is partnering with William & Mary to provide scholarships to future students at the university. The school in Williamsburg, Virginia, said in a statement Thursday that it's partnering with The Posse Foundation. Many of the scholarship recipients will be underrepresented students of color and students from low-income backgrounds. Many may not have been able to afford college otherwise. The Posse Foundation recruits and trains students who show extraordinary leadership and academic potential. Its work with William & Mary will be the first time students are selected from Virginia and from a region that's broader than a single metro area. “I know these students will reflect exactly the types of leadership qualities and ethos that typify the William & Mary community,” university President Katherine A. Rowe said in a news release. Starting next fall, the school will provide full-tuition scholarships for 10 students from Virginia. The foundation will award the university a one-time $250,000 grant to cover costs in the first year. The university will then...
    You kiss mama bird with that mouth? A group of five newly acquired parrots at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in the UK are being booted from the zoo after squawking obscenities at visitors. After being quarantined together for several days last month due to the coronavirus outbreak, the bold birds had apparently taught each other a colorful vocabulary of curse words. Lincolnshire Wildlife Park chief executive Steve Nichols said the five feathered friends were brought to their nonprofit safari, which also serves as a parrot sanctuary to 1,500 recovering birds, on August 15. He told Lincolnshire Live that “because they were all quarantined together, it meant that one room was just full of swearing birds.” “The more they swear, the more you usually laugh, which then triggers them to swear again,” he explained, adding that they had also learned to mimic human laughter as a Pavlovian response to the swearing. “So when one swears, one laughs, and before you know it, it just got to be like an old working men’s club scenario where they are all just swearing and laughing,”...
    You kiss mama bird with that mouth? A group of five newly acquired parrots at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in the UK are being booted from the zoo after squawking obscenities at visitors. After being quarantined together for several days last month due to the coronavirus outbreak, the bold birds had apparently taught each other a colorful vocabulary of curse words. Lincolnshire Wildlife Park chief executive Steve Nichols said the five feathered friends were brought to their nonprofit safari, which also serves as a parrot sanctuary to 1,500 recovering birds, on August 15. He told Lincolnshire Live that “because they were all quarantined together, it meant that one room was just full of swearing birds.” “The more they swear, the more you usually laugh, which then triggers them to swear again,” he explained, adding that they had also learned to mimic human laughter as a Pavlovian response to the swearing. “So when one swears, one laughs, and before you know it, it just got to be like an old working men’s club scenario where they are all just swearing and laughing,”...
    Law enforcement in one Arizona county is teaching citizens how to protect themselves and show them "the reality of police work." The "Citizens Posse Program," announced last week by the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, will deputize civilians who pass a four-hour class. “As Sheriff of Pinal County, I am given the authority to deputize civilians to assist in law enforcement," Sheriff Mark Lamb said in a video posted on social media on Thursday. "While we hope such an action is never required, we want to make sure those willing to step into the role are trained and ready.” While we never know what the future will hold, we want to be prepared to protect our families and communities. The new PCSO Citizens Posse program offers a training course designed to show residents the reality of police work.Click here for more info: https://t.co/X69f4HusFM pic.twitter.com/uDPxpkuY2u— Pinal County Sheriff’s Office (@PinalCSO) July 30, 2020 During the course, participants will learn “the basics of constitutional law, search and seizure, basic firearm safety, home safety, and the use of deadly force." He also touted that...
    In an Arizona county, criminals will soon face a new order of the law: "Citizens Posse." The Pinal County Sheriff's Office will allow residents to be deputized to help law enforcement keep the peace. “As Sheriff of Pinal County, I am given the authority to deputize civilians to assist in law enforcement," Sheriff Mark Lamb said. "While we hope such an action is never required, we want to make sure those willing to step into the role are trained and ready.” CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The office said the program is open to all residents. After residents have a minimal background check and sign a waiver, they will learn the basics of constitutional law, search and seizure, basic firearm safety, home safety, and the use of force before being deputized.Frank Miles is a reporter and editor covering geopolitics, military, crime, technology and sports for FoxNews.com. His email is [email protected]
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