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  1. Woman lost nearly 3 litres of blood after waterslide tore her uterus https://www.asiaone.com/world/woman-lost-nearly-3-litres-blood-after-waterslide-tore-her-uterus In a horrific case of a holiday gone wrong, Toni Steedman found herself bleeding heavily when a free-fall waterslide left her with her uterus ripped. While the incident took place back in 2017, Steedman is sharing her experience now in response to recent events that saw a British tourist break his neck on a similar ride. A mother of two, Steedman and her husband had brought their family to Tenerife, Spain to celebrate his birthday. They had planned to spend the day at Aqualand Waterpark, which is known for its array of waterslides, especially the Kamikaze - a 22m vertical descent that also happens to be the tallest waterslide in Europe. However, the slide was so steep and the velocity of the ride so great that water was forced into her body, resulting in a 7cm tear in her uterus. "The slide was really fast and when I hit the water at the bottom I felt something just burst inside me. When I stood up I felt as though I needed the toilet but as I moved blood started pouring from between my legs. It was making a trail as I walked from the pool," she recounted. Steedman was immediately brought to a hospital three minutes away, where the doctors quickly staunched the bleeding and gave her three blood transfusions. She was then sent to a bigger hospital further north where she underwent surgery to repair the tear. Due to the severity of the accident, Steedman wasn't able to leave the country for more than a week and was out of work for two months. She was also unable to claim insurance as she had not informed her insurance company that she would be going away. Steedman also stated that the lifeguards had neglected to tell her any of the safety precautions such as to cross her arms and legs, which would have prevented the accident from happening in the first place. In a viral video from July 8 this year, David Briffaut and his girlfriend can be seen sliding down head-first on mats at Aqualandia in Benidorm, Spain, but the moment they hit the water, his head can be seen snapping forward. It turned out that he had broken two vertebrae on the spot and had briefly lost consciousness. Despite the prompt medical attention, he continues to be on life support and medics have warned that he may be paralysed from the chest or waist down. Even though Steedman had been relatively lucky, has since recovered from her injury, and is still able to have children, Briffaut will require a lifelong caretaker. As the full extent of Briffaut's injuries remain unclear and he requires more surgeries, his family has since set up a crowdfunding page to help alleviate the costs of the procedures. The page has raised more than S$76,113 at the time of writing. Both waterparks have long been under fire, with unhappy holidaymakers leaving negative reviews on their page. In a statement, Aqualandia spokesman Maria Jose Marcos said, "We have video footage which plainly shows how the 23-year-old man did not follow the guidelines for Splash. Our lifeguard team informed him of the rules of the ride and he didn't obey them. So, Aqualandia cannot be held for the consequences of visitors failing to follow safety rules. Of course, Aqualandia helped him and his friends in every way and our insurance covered all the medical attention. Aqualandia has a long history - 34 years - and safety is our top priority." rainercheung@asiaone.com
  2. Woman in China loses leg after getting trapped in escalator, but witnesses say it was her fault https://www.asiaone.com/china/woman-china-loses-leg-after-getting-trapped-escalator-witnesses-say-it-was-her-fault?xtor=EREC-16-4%5BEmarsys_Newsletter%5D-20190724&extid=6934d0cfb7b252f1ae9f0dbddf5ff88ca8637e77 An elderly woman lost her left leg in yet another escalator accident in China after half her body appeared to be 'swallowed' by the machinery. But witnesses say the victim may not have been entirely blameless after all. The freak incident occurred on Saturday (July 20) in a shopping mall in the Heilongjiang capital city of Harbin. Viral social media footage showed the shopper, believed to be in her 60s, holding onto the escalator handle while she remained trapped waist down in a gap. According to China News, by the time firefighters were able to free her, her left leg had already been severed at the knee and her right foot mangled. Family members claim that the escalator had been running normally before the steps gave way. "There wasn't even anywhere for her to jump to," one of them can be heard saying in a video by Pear Video. However, multiples witnesses say otherwise. Several eyewitnesses interviewed said that the woman had insisted on going on the escalator despite barricades surrounding it. "The escalator was under repairs, there were barricades all around. She removed the barricades. The escalator was just fixed and they were still testing it!" one shopkeeper told the camera. Said a bystander: "It was still under maintenance but she insisted. You couldn't stop her at all." Another witness agreed, saying: "They were still testing the escalator when she insisted on going on it. So she stepped on and everything gave way." The actual cause of the accident is still under investigation by authorities. Fortunately, the victim is now in a stable condition after undergoing emergency surgery at a local hospital. rainercheung@asiaone.com
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAP9bZb5HVA A woman was taken to hospital after a door fell onto her at the carpark lift lobby of Alexandra Central Mall on Sunday evening (Feb 24). Several Stompers alerted Stomp to a video of the incident, which occurred on the fourth floor of the building at around 6.24pm. In the video, a man is seen entering the lift lobby through its doors. A woman then followed behind. As the pair waited for the lift, one door swung shut and came into contact with an adjacent door. This caused the adjacent door to suddenly fall on the woman, who is sent crashing onto the floor. Another man can be seen rushing into the lift lobby and helping the woman's male companion to move the glass off her. The two men then helped the woman to sit up. In response to a Stomp query, the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it received a call for medical assistance at 321 Alexandra Road at around 6.30pm and conveyed one person to National University Hospital. When Stomp visited Alexandra Central Mall on Tuesday (Feb 26) at around 5.40pm, the affected door had been removed. Warning signs had also been put up. Stomp has reached out to Alexandra Central Mall for comment. https://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/door-falls-onto-woman-at-carpark-lift-lobby-of-alexandra-central-mall hope she is not seriously injured
  4. British? if she did that in msia, she probably get another 180 days free stay and 180 months in USA
  5. Windwaver

    Horrific parang attack

    https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/03/08/cops-investigating-viral-slashing-video/ [media][/media] PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating a shocking video being shared on social media showing two men slashing a woman. The two-and-a-half minute video, which has gone viral, is alleged to have been shot at an industrial estate in Klang. "We are in the midst of tracing the whereabouts of the suspects in the video. Our initial investigation indicates that it was a fight between a husband and wife," said Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Fadzil Ahmat when contacted. The video starts with a man dragging and beating a woman in front of a blue car, while several people witnessing the beating are heard screaming. Another man can be seen getting out of the car brandishing a weapon resembling a machete and walking towards the two, as the other man drags the woman towards the passenger side of the vehicle. Moments later the accomplice opens the car door as the suspect grabs the weapon and threatens to slash the woman. The two men drag the woman behind the passenger side door as one of the suspects swings the weapon repeatedly at the woman. The two then bundle the woman into the car as she is heard screaming for help before driving off. Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/03/08/cops-investigating-viral-slashing-video/#jsM75pDQqEW3wchf.99
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UX3Dej6aR9E Surprise she is a teacher!!
  7. emotional support? what is your emotional support? it can be a pet or just or a chao chao (smelly stuffy toy) , something that you can't live without or get into anxiety when it was gone
  8. Why?? Our world is such.... A Saudi court granted a couple's divorce after a woman accused the man of leaving his mother and family to be with her. The Saudi Gazette reports that they had no problems as a couple but that the way he treated his family bothered the wife. She told the judge, "I can never trust a man who does everything to keep his wife happy while he denies even a small favour to his mother." The woman said her husband, 29, took care of her, giving her expensive gifts and trips abroad. However, the woman felt that "a man who is not good to his own mother cannot be trusted. He may turn his back on me anytime in the future." The man was reported to have been in deep shock. He would do everything to keep her, he told the judge. He asked her, "Didn't I abandon my own family for you?" "Yes, and this is the very reason I want divorce from you," the woman retorted. The divorce was granted after she returned the dowry from her husband. http://www.asiaone.com/asia/woman-divorces-husband-choosing-her-over-mother
  9. Must be PRC woman! So disgusting! What a shame! Saw from this link just now: https://www.facebook.com/AllSingaporeStuff/photos/pb.487870694661330.-2207520000.1407918541./604866989628366/?type=1
  10. Mockngbrd

    Woman rape hubby in Korea

  11. A Chinese national woman caused a commotion at Ang Mo Kio Hub yesterday after she pushed her boyfriend, who hit and shattered a glass door. The incident happened at about 2.25pm on 25 Feb in the popular mall located opposite Ang Mo Kio MRT station. Nearby shop staff say that the Chinese national woman, in her 40s, had been shopping in a mobile phone shop when her boyfriend, a 56-year-old Singaporean man appeared. The moment the woman saw her boyfriend, the two started quarreling. In the course of their fight, believed to be over money, the woman repeatedly hit and pushed the man. Just as they were passing a beauty salon, the woman pushed the man hard enough for him to lose his balance and fall towards the glass door. The glass door shattered after the man impacted it with his head and back as he fell. As a result of the commotion, police were alerted. Officers arrived shortly and were seen taking statements from the couple. The beauty salon happens to be owned by former TV actress Chen Hui Hui. Ms Chen told reporters that the man has apologised over the incident and has given her compensation for the shattered door. Link Feisty!
  12. https://my.news.yahoo.com/honda-reports-exploding-takata-airbag-death-080959542--finance.html Honda said Thursday that an exploding airbag in one of its cars killed a woman in Malaysia, bringing to five the number of deaths linked to a defect in parts made by embattled Japanese supplier Takata. The previous four cases happened in the United States, but Honda said another woman died in a July crash after the rupture of a Takata-made airbag. "An airbag on one of our vehicles exploded abnormally and a Malaysian woman was killed," said a Tokyo-based spokesman for the Civic and Accord maker. At least three of the five deaths "were caused by an abnormal airbag explosion, including the latest case in Malaysia", Honda said, adding that the airbag's involvement in the other two cases had yet to be confirmed. The news came as the car giant announced an additional recall of more than 170,000 vehicles worldwide due to the risk that an explosion could send metal shards from the airbag's inflator hurtling at drivers. Police reportedly investigated at least one driver death in the US as a murder due to woman's grisly injuries, until their focus switched to the vehicle's airbag. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the US auto safety regulator, has expanded its "urgent" warning to owners of cars with affected airbags to take them to dealers to fix the problem. Takata is facing the biggest test in its 80-year history with lawsuits, calls for a criminal probe, and accusations of "deception and obfuscation" over the potentially deadly defect. Millions of vehicles produced by some of the world's biggest automakers, including Honda, Toyota and General Motors, are being recalled over the problem. - Cover-up claims - Honda has been named in a US lawsuit as a defendant, which alleges it conspired with Takata to hide the flaw for years. Quoting former Takata employees, the New York Times has reported that secret tests were conducted a decade ago to investigate the issue, but executives ordered the destruction of data that exposed design flaws. Takata's Tokyo-listed shares have lost about half their value since an investigation was opened in June. Attention has focused on a Takata plant in Mexico, with suspicions the defect may be linked to a chemical propellant used to inflate the airbags which can more easily rupture in areas with high humidity. On Thursday, the company confirmed that it had changed the chemical makeup of its airbag propellants, but insisted the move wasn't linked to design flaws. "We constantly update our products -- it has nothing to do with the recalls," a Takata spokesman told AFP. Takata has warned over a bigger-than-expected annual loss, but its top executives have stayed largely silent on the crisis. Founded in 1933 as a textile company, Takata evolved into an automotive parts giant that started selling airbags in the 1980s and now has dozens of plants and offices in 20 countries, including the United States,China and Mexico. The airbag division accounts for about 40 percent of its total revenue, which amounted to 556.99 billion yen ($4.88 billion) last fiscal year. Major automakers have shied away from discussing their future relationship with Takata, but a quick switch is unlikely given the Japanese giant's foothold in the sector. Still, parts sourcing for the 2019-2020 model years is happening right now, and a Toyota executive last month said the world's biggest automaker wants to replace the defective part "with something of better quality".
  13. Deciding that enough was enough, one woman in Singapore has made it her personal mission to nab all adulterous married men looking for sexual flings online. The woman said that she has gotten evidence of the cheating ways of some men who claimed to be married and are looking for sexual partners on a famous online chat app. She showed photos of the men, who she approached and who she said had admitted that they were looking for flings. One of them said that he had problems in his marriage and was looking for a way out. She says that such incidents only make her more determined to root out the problem of adulterous men online and that she will continue her acts as the masked female vigilante. Any of the bros photo here?
  14. didn't want to show her photo, you can find it here. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/singapore-woman-dies-after-falling-off-cliff-in-033755949.html
  15. 3 counts of rape in 20 minutes? How is this even physically possible?? Mind-boggling... How does the law define "one count"?
  16. She was delivering a cake to her friend, but forget to bring inhaler. Then suddenly had a asthma attack after parking her car and dies. RIP. Happened at Tampines St 42 this morning. A passerby called the police after noticing the car had its engine on for a few hours and the lady driver slumped over the steering wheel http://www.wanbao.com.sg/local/story20160429-80602#local
  17. http://www.scmp.com/news/china/society/article/1932275/woman-northern-china-gives-birth-son-father-law-her-infertile?utm_source=outbrain&utm_medium=Outbrain-SG-currentaffair&utm_campaign=px2016&utm_term=56570869 A woman in northern China had a boy with her father-in-law to give her infertile husband a son, a local television station reports. The woman’s mother-in-law allegedly forced her to have sex with male strangers after they found out that her husband was infertile in 2010, Hubei Television reported. The woman refused and left Hubei for the country’s south to escape the arrangement. Her father-in-law, who also opposed the arrangement of his wife, came to her workplace in Guangdong province to take her home with a promise that she would not be forced to sleep with strangers any more. However, at a hostel near a train station the old man raped her and made her pregnant, the woman said. But the father-in-law said he was seduced by the woman who told him that she was willing to bring a grandson to the family. They had sex repeatedly in the following years, the father-in-law said. The family members decided to go to the court to settle the dispute.
  18. 32 years old student, very misleading title squeeze two time kena jialat jialat [laugh]
  19. Really need to see the CCTV footage to determine whose fault A 28-year-old woman fell into gap in an escalator being serviced at Tanah Merah MRT Station last Monday. Miss Azlin Amran was stuck in the waist-deep pit for almost half an hour as Singapore Civil Defence Force rescuers worked quickly to free her. The unemployed woman, who was later rushed to hospital and sent to the intensive care unit, suffered injuries including a punctured lung, a fractured pelvis and spinal injuries. said her mother. SMRT told The New Paper that a barrier had been put up at the entrance of the escalator that was being serviced. But Miss Azlin had told her mother, Madam Azizah Mohd Lajis, 52, that there were no barriers at the escalator that evening. Read the full report in The New Paper on Monday (Feb 04).
  20. 22 DECEMBER 2015 Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/12/118611/woman-shifts-wrong-gear-ends-straits-johor JOHOR BARU: A 43-year-old woman had a close shave when she accidently shifted her car into the wrong gear. She was rescued by members of the public after she and her car plunged into the sea in Jalan Ibrahim Sultan, Stulang Laut here today. Heng Mee Lee was about to drive out from a parking lot located by the Straits of Johor when the incident occurred. Johor Baru Selatan deputy district police chief, Superintendent Mohd Nadzir Ghulam Kadir confirmed the incident. "The parking lot was by the sea. She was about to go home, but she entered the wrong gear and the car fell into the water," said Mohd Nadzir. Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2015/12/118611/woman-shifts-wrong-gear-ends-straits-johor
  21. http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/officer-accused-of-molesting-woman-gave-different-account-of-what-happened-nea Officer accused of molesting woman gave different account of what happened: NEA SINGAPORE - A National Environment Agency (NEA) officer accused of hugging a woman from behind has given a different account of what happened, NEA said in a statement on Thursday (Jan 14). "The officer highlighted has given his account of what had happened, which is different from what was alleged, to the police," an NEA spokesman said. NEA said that they are aware of the case which happened at Suntec City Tower 2 on Jan 8. The enforcement officers had seen a woman smoking under the covered walkway near the staircase of Suntec City Tower 2, and asked for her particulars. "The incident occurred as our officers were requesting for her particulars in order to take enforcement action against her for smoking in a smoking prohibited place," NEA said. "Subsequently, the enforcement officers requested police assistance." The agency did not provide more details as the police are investigating the case. The 33-year-old woman, who has not been named, told Shin Min Daily News that an NEA enforcement officer hugged her from behind when he was trying to stop her from leaving. She told the Chinese daily that she lit up her cigarette as she was approaching a smoking area at Suntec City Tower 2 during her lunch break. She was then stopped by a man who said he was an NEA officer. "The man claimed that he is an NEA officer and asked me to show my identity card, but I did not bring it downstairs so I quickly stubbed out my cigarette and tried to leave," she told Shin Min. As she was heading back to her office, she said that she was stopped by a second man, who blocked her way. She told Shin Min that the man asked her for her identity card, but did not show his own identification. She ignored him, called her husband and continued to walk back to her office building. As she was using her staff pass to enter a gantry at the office building, she said she felt someone hug her from behind. When she managed to break free, she realised that it was the second man who had tried to stop her earlier. The man then grabbed her left arm, only letting go when she shouted: "What do you want? Why are you doing this?" She said that the officer had touched her chest and she felt humiliated. She then called the police, Shin Min reported. After the incident, she tried to board a taxi to leave the area but was stopped by the man, who opened the door and told the driver not to drive off. The woman then alighted. It is unclear what happened next. Later, the woman's husband arrived at the scene and they went to a police station to make a report. The police confirmed that a report was made and said that they are investigating. NEA said that their officers are trained to handle "challenging field situations", and the agency has "strict protocols" to guide them. "This includes engagement and disengagement of offenders, as well as handling of situations where offenders try to escape," NEA said. Offenders caught smoking in a prohibited area can be fined from $200 to $1,000, according to the agency's website.
  22. she didn't know the standard of living here very high meh? $20 [laugh]
  23. A 23-year-old woman died after the car she was sitting in, where she was the front passenger, rammed into a tree early on Wednesday morning. Paramedics pronounced her dead at the accident scene. The three other people in the car including 24-year-old male driver survived the crash which left the car in a mangled heap. The driver was trapped in his seat and freed by the Singapore Civil Defence Force. He suffered a fractured leg and is suspected to have suffered spinal injuries in the incident at Hillview Avenue at 12.20am. He is believed to have lost control of the car. All three were sent to the National University Hospital. The police said they received a call at 12.18am informing them of the accident. Source: http://stprdfeeds.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/woman-dies-car-crash-when-car-rams-tree-hillview-avenue-20131023