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Here were this morning's crazy headlines:
Man Fired For Not Cheating On His Wife (REAL)
Woman Claimed Ghosts On Her Taxes (FAKE)
Airline Refunds Tickets After Turbulent Flight (REAL)
More on those REAL headlines...
Man Fired For Not Cheating On His Wife
Apparently, being a good looking guy has its disadvantages. Take real estate broker Regis Roumila, who is claiming that after just four months on the job he was terminated because he wouldn't cheat on his wife.
Roumila took a job at the exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate offices in New York City. He says that shortly after he started he was forced to fend off advances from a female colleague on a regular basis. He claims that his 29-year-old supervisor Sarine Atamian kept trying to hug and kiss him, while always asking him out for drinks and dinner, and staring at him “all hours of the day."
When he tried to complain to management, they ended up firing him after just four months for what he says are “vague, non-specific allegations” regarding “social interactions” in the workplace that were “looked down upon at Christie’s.” A Christie’s spokeswoman said the lawsuit “is without merit and we will respond accordingly.
Source: New York Post
Airline Refunds Tickets After Turbulent Flight
If you've ever been on a flight that experienced some turbulence, then you'll no doubt feel for these passengers. A recent Air New Zealand flight had experienced some abnormal turbulence on a one-hour flight to the southern end of the country.
It appears that the flight ran into 111-mile crosswinds. The turbulence created by these winds lasted for much of the flight. Even though the pilots had full control of the situation, about 20 percent of the passengers ended up getting sick on the flight. When the flight landed, those passengers were tended to by emergency services.
Air New Zealand confirmed the incident and that they would be refunding the fare to those that fell ill in a statement.
Source: Fox News