Sixth-grader punished for farting, and more

An Ohio sixth-grader has been given detention for farting on the school bus.

Sixth-grader punished for farting

An Ohio sixth-grader has been given detention for farting on the school bus. Christian Summers, 11, says the flatulence was involuntary, and thinks it “pretty dumb” that he was sentenced to detention. The bus driver, however, maintains that Summers’ stinky wind-breaking was intentional, noting on the detention slip that “while the others scream, he laughs.”

Hells Angels sues over use of logo

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The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club sued Saks Fifth Avenue and the Alexander McQueen fashion house for using the Angels’ winged “death head” logo. A similar logo appears on several items in a recent McQueen collection, and “there’s no doubt in my mind the designer had seen the death head mark,” said Fritz Clapp, intellectual-property lawyer for the outlaw biker group.

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