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A world in a madman's coat 34 - this is how a statue will be done in France; Crime in Nigeria pays

The French madman against the world's most expensive urinal

The French madman against the world's most expensive urinal
A 77-year-old Frenchman who for years has been "confronting" a work of modern sculpture, in the center of which is changing, was arrested after damaging the important work. This is a changing sculpture, created by the French-American Marcel Duchamad.
The sculptors of the twentieth century. The work, which according to art curators and masterpieces was worth no less than... 3 million euros, gained the fame of "understandable" after its presentation in 1917. It turns out that many museums are fighting for the right to display the artistic variable, which travels around the world and arouses astonishment, indifference, controversy or admiration.
In 1993, he "visited" the urinal in the French city of NIMES, where the French "confrontationist" appeared for the first time, who without hesitation unzipped his zipper, exposed his body part to the museum for urinal creators and... peed in public. These days, thirteen years after the transformation that made headlines, the Frenchman returned to an exhibition site, this time in Paris. The man described as "obsessed with Duchamp" appeared at the museum with a hammer in his hand, with which he tried to tattoo the porcelain. The urinal attacker said he acted out of an artistic impulse to renovate Duchamp's statue "The artist would have agreed with me" this is what the man told the judge who approved his arrest. The curator of the museum, where the precious statue is displayed, said in the meantime that the damage caused to the urinal is not heavy "it is a piece of porcelain that was splashed, the statue can be repaired" It seems that the strange obsession will allow the art vandal to get a psychiatric examination at the expense of the tax payer.
The Cambodian government does not like criticism
Human rights organizations are demanding from Cambodia to immediately release an ideological prisoner accused of "defaming the name of the country" KEM SOKHA's sin is at an event to mark Human Rights Day, when he waved a banner praising human rights organizations and calling on the government not to sell to Vietnam, territory occupied at the time by the Vietnamese army And since then it has been a "land of strife." The government in Phnom Penh announced that the man was arrested "according to Rule 19 which overlaps with civil rights norms" and that it cannot interfere in the decisions of the prosecution. The arrest, and a number of other events in which various activists were "invited" to "visit for talks" at police stations, caused anxiety among opposition groups and organizations. The UN representative in Cambodia, who joined the call to release the detainees, said that dozens of activists preferred to flee the country and find refuge in Europe. Western diplomats expressed "cautious assessments" that the wave of arrests indicates the government's intention to return to a system of government known as "guided democracy"
The vegan medicine yogi and the communists
The Indian yogi SWAMI RANDAV, known to millions thanks to his television program, was accused by the communist member of parliament BRINDA KARAT that the extensive pharmaceutical industry of the yogi business "sins by including substances of human or animal origin in some of the medicines and preparations" Randav's pharmacy, in the city of HARDIWAR Distributes 160 powders, herbal mixtures, ointments and potions to solve any problem, from impotence to epilepsy, heart defects and cancer. Yogi's fans were even more upset after the Ministry of Health announced that it had tested some of Randav's alternative medicine products and said "there is indeed a basis for suspecting that the drugs contain substances that were not disclosed in the description required by any drug manufacturer or supplier." H. animal parts. Hundreds of Yogi's followers tried to storm the offices of the Communist Party in New Delhi, attacked party members and asked to hold court in the "exposing" parliament company. The police arrested many of the protesters.
At the same time, communists were protesting outside Yogi's main pharmacy in Hardiwar, and there the protesters also clashed with the police. In the meantime, the yogi called to keep calm and recommended yoga exercises suitable for relaxation and self-control.
654 shark attacks over 200 years
An attack by a group of BULL SHARKS that ended in the death of a 21-year-old Australian woman has renewed reports, assessments and discussions about sharks, of all types, living close to the shores of the fifth continent. According to the data of one of the studies, it appears that between 1791 and the middle of 2003, 654 shark attacks were recorded, of which 200 resulted in human deaths. Sarah Kate Wiley
SARAH KATE WHILY was swimming near Amity Point beach in the state of Queensland QEENSLAND when she was attacked by three sharks. Eyewitnesses described the attack "as a well-coordinated exercise, the fish circled around the young woman and after the first bite began to go wild" The young woman was rescued from the water without her arms, which were severed below the elbows, severe bites on her legs and injuries in the chest area. Sara died shortly after being rescued from the sea. The Australian Coast Guard and volunteers launched searches aimed at finding and destroying the three attackers. Experts say that in the last two or three years there has been an increase in the number of shark attacks that choose to operate specifically in the shallow waters, which according to them... "full of protein"
Merciful Nigeria will release half of the prisoners
The Nigerian Minister of Justice, Bayo Oju, announced a decision to reduce by fifty percent the number of prisoners sitting in 227 federal prisons, scattered throughout the country. The prisoners who will be released, a total of 25 will be subtracted from a population of prisoners numbering more than 000 incarcerated. The conditions of Nigerian prisons and detentions have been defined by the UN and international lobbies as "disgraceful" overcrowding, disease, hunger, insubordination by guards and the activities of criminal gangs. All of these cause a "seasonal thinning" of prisoners anyway. The government refused to disclose how many prisoners died just last year, but confirmed that "many are infected with open AIDS" and others are infected with HIV syndrome or hepatitis-hepatitis type C (which is transmitted through the use of contaminated syringes, or sexual contact). and respiratory diseases, leprosy and various skin diseases, which, according to a foreign medical observer, "almost disappeared from the world".
Worst of all, is the situation of the detainees awaiting trial. In an inspection by the Minister of Justice, it emerged that thousands of Nigerians, who were arrested on suspicion of various crimes, were not allowed to go to the courts and in most cases these are those who languish in prison for more than ten years. The minister said that at the top of the list of those released are detainees whose "session" period exceeds the prison sentence they would have faced if they had been convicted. One of the unfortunates, he is a truck driver, who committed a traffic offense, he would have been tried in the garden and sent to prison, he would have served a sentence of less than six months and in the meantime spends more than eleven years in prison. In total, according to the human rights organization HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH, 65% of the prisoners are in the status of those who have not yet been tried, even after years have passed. The government has committed to establishing rehabilitation, treatment and drug rehab centers to which the released prisoners will be directed, but jailers, who do not believe in the purity of the government's intentions, say that for many released people, a situation will arise from the trash to the trash.
Your lady hit a police officer with a beer keg
A large 21st birthday party and... Drinkers, sliding from a house in TAURNGA in New Zealand, to the yard and from there to the street. Drunk guests and angry neighbors, who demanded to keep the peace in their residential area, quarreled on the sidewalks, until someone remembered to call the police. All 35 police officers in the area were called to deal with the riot, including a young policewoman, who unfortunately was crossing a road and ran into a 27-year-old drunken lady. The next day, the man sobbed in court and explained "it is unknown" why he rioted, brandished a metal beer barrel and used it to beat the policewoman. The young woman fell, according to one of the witnesses, "like a sack of wheat", lost consciousness and was taken to a hospital. Together with you, ten more injured people, police officers and civilians, who were diagnosed with various degrees of injury, arrived at the hospital. The policewoman was diagnosed as suffering from skull fractures, a crushed nose, a broken clavicle and two broken ribs. The doctors at the hospital said that the beer barrel blow could have ended the policewoman's life, if she hadn't worn a hard hat that stopped a small, but critical part of the blow. The woman swinging the barrel was arrested and will be charged with aggravated assault with a weapon. New Zealand police say that as far as they can remember, the incident in Tauranga is the first case in which a beer keg is used as a legal exhibit as an assault weapon. Fortunately for the lady, the doctors determined that the young woman has a partial recovery and thus will not be charged with murder.

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