This is the second incident from Korea
‘South Korean police have arrested a 22-year-old unemployed man in the North Gyeongsang Province for allegedly leaving his 28-month son at home to starve to death while he played online computer games at an internet café for several days.
‘According to South Korean newspaper Yong Hup News, the man, who has been identified only by his family name Jeong, confessed to leaving his child unattended for 10 days in late February in the city of Daegu, South Korea’s fourth largest city.
‘He came home in early March to find the dead body and according to police, hid the body out on the veranda of his apartment complex for a month before wrapping it up in a blanket and plastic bag and leaving the body in a flower garden a mile away from his home…’
‘Black market’ for stolen smartphones exposed
‘…On receiving tip-offs about numerous rogue businesses, eight used smartphones were acquired by lawful means.
‘Each smartphone was personalised with images and backgrounds with contacts added, calls made and messages sent.
‘They were then all blocked or reported stolen to the networks.
‘The undercover researcher then offered the phones for sale – typically with messages on the screens reading: “This mobile has been stolen. This phone has now been locked. You have been reported to the authorities.”
‘The researcher offered a phone to London Mobiles Ltd in Ilford, saying: “I not buy, I steal, yeah?”…’
Funny Flight Attendant Goes Viral
‘She invited smokers to step outside for a puff, apologized for anyone traveling with small children and encouraged passengers to compliment the attendants’ good looks. The cabin pressure masks (costing 75 cents for the first minute) should deliver a flow of gin, she added — oxygen.
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‘The entertainment was greeted with laughter and applause, destroying any pre-flight tension and breaking up any armrest-related quarrels…’
6 Ways to Use Microsoft Office For Free
‘Microsoft Office costs money, except when it doesn’t. From a hidden 60 day free trial that doesn’t require payment details to web apps and mobile apps, there are many ways to get Office for free.
‘Office is still one of Microsoft’s big cash cow, so you can’t just download a free full version of Office 2013 and use it forever. But there are ways to use Office without ever spending a dime…’