A Man Gets 15 Years in Prison After His Third Conviction For Biting Off Someone's Body Part:
Eventually, if there's enough proof you're a CANNIBAL, people are going to want you off the streets. You know . . . before you eat them.
This week, 37-year-old Christopher Harris of Fort Worth, Texas was convicted for the THIRD TIME for biting off someone's body part.
In 2001, he got nine months in prison for biting a man's finger off. In 2006, he got four years in prison for biting off a different guy's finger . . . and CHEWING and SWALLOWING it.
And this time, he was convicted of BITING off half of a man's nose. The nose couldn't be reattached.
The assistant district attorney prosecuting him told the jury, quote, "This man exhibited cannibalistic behavior time and time again. Three people are physically scarred because of his utter lack of self control."
He was convicted of aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury and got 15 YEARS in prison.
Did a New York Cop Kill Himself Because His Female Boss Made Him Trade Sex for a Better Work Schedule?
Last February, a 39-year-old cop in Queens, New York named Matthew Schindler committed suicide. And this week, his widow, Gina Schindler, filed a lawsuit.
She says that her husband killed himself because his FEMALE BOSS made him HAVE SEX WITH HER, in exchange for a better work schedule. And the guilt drove him to kill himself.
The lawsuit alleges that Matthew, quote, "was made to understand he would suffer tangible detriment in his job, job assignments, work conditions, and future prospects if he did not submit to the sexual advances and demands" of his boss.
That boss was Sergeant Christine Hertzel. The lawsuit says Matthew even told her he'd kill himself if she didn't stop . . . but she ignored him.
The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages from the city, the NYPD, and Sergeant Hertzel.
A Postal Worker Is Retiring After 44 Years Without Ever Taking a Sick Day:
64-year-old Deborah Ford of Detroit, Michigan retired from her job with the U.S. Postal Service last week. So her coworkers threw her a surprise lunch.
She started her job at age 20 . . . meaning that she's worked for the Post Office for 44 years. And that's not the most remarkable part.
Over that time, Deborah NEVER used any sick time. If she had a doctor's appointment, she would use a vacation day instead of sick leave. And if she wasn't feeling well, she said, quote, "I'd just shake it off."
Deborah lives with her 86-year-old father . . . and before he retired, he never took a sick day in 30 years of work.
Deborah retired with 4,508 hours of unused sick leave. (That's equivalent to 563 8-hour days . . . or about TWO YEARS worth of time off.) She cashed them in to get a 5% increase in her pension.