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Trans species man who self-identifies as a deer accidentally shot by hunters



A South Carolina man who self-identifies as a deer has been transported to the hospital via helicopter after being shot by two hunters.

William Tenenbaum, 31, is lying in critical condition according to medical staff at Allendale County Hospital after being mistaken for a deer by two local hunters.

According to the two hunters, Tenenbaum was dressed and painted in the colors of a deer and was wearing antlers which made him unrecognizable to the two men.

“It was the first time in my life that I’d seen a deer stand up and walk on its two legs. That’s when I went for a clear shot to the lungs,” Harry Perkins, 72, told reporters, visibly shocked.

Dr. Alexander Pischtaki at Allendale County Hospital reported that William Tenenbaum, 31, is lying in critical condition after being mistaken for a deer by two local hunters.

“The deer looked like it was rubbing its chest and its genitals and signaling us to come closer, it was very surreal” Thomas Pinecut, 68, admitted to reporters.

William Tenenbaum’s mother, Michelle, said that her son has always been socially awkward and struggled with making friends but has a great passion for nature and the outdoors.

“When he was eight he believed he was a porcupine, then at 12 a squirrel, now he’s a deer. It could be worse, he could be a homosexual,” his mother argued when reached by phone.

Tenenbaum’s mother admitted that her son’s life choices are eccentric and have necessitated some adaptation by the family.

“On Thanksgiving Day, since deer don’t eat meat, we made him a salad of pine needles and pine cones which he seemed to enjoy,” she added.

In 2016, William Tenenbaum made local headlines for breaking and entering into a deer farm and allegedly sexually assaulting several animals but was later released after the owner decided to drop the charges.

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Prostitute avoids jail time after being diagnosed as ‘spermaholic’



A 67-year-old woman from Houston was released Tuesday after admitting to engaging in prostitution, but has ultimately avoided jail time after being diagnosed as a “spermaholic”.

The district attorney’s office had sought a 48-hour jail term, which Assistant District Attorney Jeff Baroody said was comparable to other prostitution sentences imposed in the county.

The defense argued successfully, however, that her client had no prior criminal record and produced the testimony of Dr. Helmut Findreich attesting to her atypical medical condition.

“This individual is victim to a rare eating disorder which gives her an uncontrollable craving for male semen,” Dr. Findreich explained to the judge. 

Attorney Amanda Sideris said her client showed “pronounced inclinations” toward nymphomania and had endured a dramatic increase of her sexual urges and sexual activity since she had reached menopause

“These abnormal eating habits have negatively affected my patient’s physical and mental health and thus should not be held fully responsible for her actions,” her attorney declared in court.

Attorney Sideris admits that without therapy, her client would be at high risk of repeating the offense, but that jail time would do her client no good.

“My client has already been punished through public shaming in the newspapers earlier this year, when she was caught performing sexual acts with her dog last April in public, of which she has since lost custody,” she told the court.

The sheriff’s office first contacted the 67-year-old woman by email using a fake name and set up a meeting with her.

She was arrested last week at the Cactus Traveler Motel near downtown Houston after she offered to perform oral sex on three undercover deputies in exchange for $5 and a pack of cigarettes.

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Colorado couple arrested based on 1868 law making it illegal for midgets to have sex



A Colorado dwarf couple has been arrested and charged with public indecency based on an 1868 law making it illegal for ‘midgets to have sex and or reproduce with each other or any other animal.’

Julio Ribera, 37, and Mary Louise DeVille, 34, were arrested this week by Woody Creek police officers after several complaints from local residents.

The couple had rented a room at a local motel for the week and were apparently seen together at the motel bar only hours before their arrest.

“They were kissing, hugging and flirting in front of everybody, it was the most disgusting thing I’ve ever seen, except for that homosexual couple last year,” one anonymous local resident admitted to reporters.

Woody Creek police officer Ted Stevens said during a press conference that although the 1868 law may seem a bit harsh or outdated, his job as a law enforcement official “is to enforce the law, not to question it.”

“If legislators pass laws, it’s for a good reason. If it says that dwarfs, midgets or little people can’t have sex and or reproduce, our job is to uphold the law” Officer Ted Stevens of the Woody Creek Police Department told reporters.

In 1868, the Territory of Colorado passed a law making it illegal for midgets to ‘have sex and or reproduce with each other or any other animal’ after the Colorado gold rush had attracted thousands of little people to work in the mines.

A large number of residents at the time were alarmed that little people would eventually outnumber the local folks and feared an upcoming “midget uprising” pushing legislators at the time to pass the restrictive law.

According to present Colorado laws, if found guilty the couple could face a Class 1 Misdemeanor for a genital exposure-related conviction punishable by up to 18 months imprisonment and up to $150,000 in fines.

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‘Very, Very Disturbing’: Authorities Describe Scene In Hotel Where Boy Was Found Beaten To Death



Ohio mom Latina Marie Oates checked herself and her three sons into a Hampton Inn in Laurel, Mississippi on March 14 — but when she checked out three days later, only two of her sons left with her.

Hotel staff discovered the brutalized body of the third son in their bathroom later that morning. Not long after, the mother was charged as a suspect in the boy’s killing.

It is currently unclear why Oates, 33, drove her children from their home in Powell, Ohio to Mississippi, Laurel Police Chief Tommy Cox said in an interview with He also could not comment on a motive for the killing.

But when he and other officers rushed to the crime scene the morning of March 17, he says what authorities saw there made their blood run cold.

“It was a very, very disturbing crime scene,” Cox said.

The dead son, Joshua Oates, was 11 years old. He died of blunt force trauma, Cox said.

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation put out an Amber Alert for Oates’s surviving 9-year-old and 6-year-old at 11:30 a.m. that morning, local outlet The Columbus Dispatch reported.

The children were “considered to be in imminent danger,” according to a bulletin by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Oates was arrested in a residential driveway in New Orleans the day after the alert went out. The woman’s two surviving children were in her car at the time, Cox told

It is not clear why the mother was in New Orleans, and the homeowners of the residence where she was arrested do not know the woman, Cox said. 

Oates has been charged with first-degree murder. Her surviving sons were with her when she was arrested, but were apparently unharmed, Cox told

Cox said he was impressed by the speed of the arrest and the amount of cooperation in the investigation, which spanned three states.

Oates was transferred to a jail in Jones County, Miss. the night of March 17, according to a news release by the Laurel Police Department. She was denied bail the following afternoon. It was not immediately clear if she was available for comment.

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