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Marcus Hondro

Digital Journalist based in Vancouver, B.C, Canada, Canada. Joined on Dec 14, 2011


Three 'riders' get together for a litte sex on Toronto streetcar

Toronto police said no charges were laid, though it seems someone got, well, laid, but there was a complaint of transit sex. Three streetcar riders, drunk, were caught having sex - how could you not catch them? - on a streetcar Thursday night.

U.K. couple together 70 years die side by side, ten minutes apart

A couple in the U.K. who were in love for 70 years, married for 65, died side by side at an old folks home in the U.K. this month. She was sick, he was not, but when she died he lay next to her and was gone, too, just 10 minutes later.

18 Remembrance Day poppy boxes stolen, Calgary police arrest two

Calgary - Among crimes that are not of the heinous variety, it is one that is nonetheless considered to be very low, certainly among those who honor their country's service men and women. Two people in Calgary have been arrested for allegedly stealing poppy boxes.

American legend, director Mike Nichols, dies of heart attack

Mike Nichols, whose career spanned six decades and multiple mediums, died in his home in Manhattan yesterday at the age of 83. The American stage and film icon, and Tony and Oscar winner, is being mourned and praised today on social media.

Protesters stop Kinder Morgan on Burnaby Mountain, arrests made

The RCMP arrested some 14 protesters on Burnaby Mountain today but not before the work being done there was again shut down for a time. Workers came, began work, saw that the protesters remained on the site, and stopped.

Company creates 'Minipresso' for your espresso on the go

A Hong Kong startup company is marketing a clever little device that might make your morning more tolerable. Minipresso is a pocket-sized espresso maker designed to brew your espresso while you're on the move. It's not here yet but coming soon.

The belt and buckle cell phone battery charger is with you always

Perhaps the greatest thing about Nifty's upcoming cell phone battery charger that is also a belt and belt buckle, is that it looks like, well, a belt and a belt buckle. It's not massive, not cumbersome, just a belt and belt buckle.

Vancouver props man selling hundreds of props from 2,000 movies

Paul Pincott and his company, Can Am Importique, have supplied the props for movies and TV shows, over 2,000 of them in fact, for decades. But not no more, Pincott is closing his business down and selling hundreds and hundreds of movie props.

Toronto police seek 2 men who wore Burkas to rob jewelry store

Toronto police say they are seeking two men who brazenly robbed a jewelry store in the city last month. At least one of the men had a handgun and they both wore burkas to disguise themselves. The robbery took place in midmorning.

UK teacher accused of having sex with pupil 'all over the school'

A trial in the U.K. is hearing rather sordid accusations against a 44-year-old teacher alleged to have had frequent sex with a 15-year-old student. He even helped her lie about her absenteeism and the two, the Crown says, often had sex in classrooms.

Police arrest subway killer suspect, not first time he's tried it

Police in New York have arrested a man they believe is the subway pusher who shoved a man into an oncoming subway car and killed him Monday. The man's mother said he has a mental illness and it appears he may have tried to kill on the subway before.

Ebola scare: New York woman, back from West Africa, drops dead

A seemingly healthy woman of 40 who returned from a trip to West Africa 18 days ago, died suddenly while having her hair done in a New York salon on Tuesday. Officials believe she died of a heart attack but are testing her remains for the Ebola virus.

Shocking information on infertility revealed in U.S. study

A study just released from the National Institute of Health (NIH) in America has found chemicals in sunblock and other personal care items have a negative effect on a man's sperm count. The chemicals are intended to block UV rays.

Walmart Canada pink slips 210 employees in one fell swoop

Walmart Canada had the pink slips out on Tuesday, 210 of them, as the retail giant trimmed its staff. Both management and non-management employees were let go with most lay-offs coming from their head-office.

Canadian father of 10, a grandpa, hit in Israel synagogue attack

A Canadian man, who is also Israeli and lives in Jerusalem, was wounded in the attack on a synagogue there and is in serious condition in a local hospital. Already he has undergone more than one surgery and likely faces more.

New York police name 'person of interest' in subway killing

Police in New York named a 'person of interest' today in the case of a man who was shoved in front of a subway to his death yesterday. A man was seen rushing out of the subway station after and then seen calmly smoking a cigarette on surveillance video.

Court says Eli the pot-bellied pet pig must go, family devastated

A court in Alberta in Canada has ruled an Edmonton family cannot keep Eli, their pet pot-bellied pig. The two little girls in the family, and Mom and Dad, are "devastated." They argued to the court that Eli was a pet, not just a pig, but it didn't work.

Study finds polar bears declining in Arctic, global warming cited

Rack up another negative for global warming as a study from Canadian and American scientists found polar bear numbers have dwindled significantly in the Arctic over the past decade or more. Why? Shrinking sea ice. Why again? Global warming.

NFL lowers boom on Adrian Peterson, supsended rest of season

The NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell announced today they have suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for the rest of this NFL season, and maybe beyond. Peterson is being disciplined for hitting his four-year-old son with a branch.

Remains of final Costa Concordia victim found, brother confirms

The final of the 32 victims of the Costa Concordia tragedy was found and will be flown back to India, the dead man's brother has confirmed. Russel Rebello was found in a cabin on deck 8 of the ship, his brother Kevin said last week.
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