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We all know get­ting a tat­too of your lover will even­tu­ally end up a bad idea but I can’t fig­ure out why murder tattoothis guy didn’t see this com­ing.  A Kansas man charged with first-degree mur­der is afraid the tat­tooed mirror-image of the word “mur­der” across his neck might prej­u­dice a jury.  So he is ask­ing for a pro­fes­sional tat­too artist to remove or cover it up.  Pros­e­cu­tors say they aren’t opposed to Jef­frey Chap­man cov­er­ing his tat­too, but Bar­ton County’s sher­iff says he’s against trans­port­ing Chap­man to a licensed tat­too facility.

A famous New York strip club is suing a New Jer­sey car­di­ol­o­gist over a hefty tab he refuses to pay. Scores is suing Dr. Shaddy Younan, whom they say owes them $135,000 after four vis­its to the club. The 41-year-old heart doc says the bill is fake because he’s never been there, and if he was it was because he was drugged. The club’s owner, Stephen Hyman, says, “He was coher­ent until he saw the bill.” He also says he has video to prove he was there and the credit card num­ber he used to run up the tab.

A 38-year-old woman stay­ing in the inten­sive care unit (ICU) of Excela Health West­more­land Hos­pi­tal in Greens­burg, Penn­syl­va­nia is being accused by the city’s police depart­ment of sell­ing heroin from her hos­pi­tal bed! Cap­tain Zucco told WTAE that a con­fi­den­tial infor­mant was, “able to pur­chase approx­i­mately 30 bags of heroin from her. In a sub­se­quent search of her per­son and her room, they were able to con­fis­cate 380 bags of heroin, approx­i­mately $3,800 street value.” Drug para­pher­na­lia and more than $1,000 in cash were also found. Both sta­tions indi­cate that the hos­pi­tal patient will be offi­cially charged today.

 

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