We all skate into the fog sometimes: University students protest in Tehran after 200 fall victim to food poisoning

More than 200 students at the University of Science and Technology in Tehran have been taken to the hospital for food poisoning at the university’s canteen since Tuesday October 15, Iranian media reported.

The students have staged a sit-in in front of the University in protest to the situation, the reports said.

A student union official told the semi-official news agency ISNA late Wednesday that the Union has called on officials to present a report on the situation within a week, “otherwise, protest gatherings will continue.” This means that the gatherings have been suspended for the time being.

Man cooks ex her dog for dinner

In a scene straight out of the vastly underrated movie, War of the Roses, a California man was arrested on charges of stalking and animal cruelty after his ex-girlfriend told police that he killed and cooked her dog before feeding it to her.

war.of.rosesThe woman contacted Redding, Calif., police Sept. 9, telling them she was a victim of domestic violence and stalking by her 34-year-old ex-boyfriend Ryan Eddy Watenpaugh of Pale Cedro. She said she had been physically assaulted numerous times during their relationship which lasted several months, police Sgt. Todd Cogle said.

Hef, clean the fog machine; Playboy Mansion investigated after 75 guests fall ill in apparent outbreak of Legionaires disease

Health officials are investigating the Playboy Mansion over fears Hugh Hefner’s famed property is the source of a recent disease outbreak.

More than 75 conference guests who attended a fundraiser at the Los Angeles residence were reportedly struck down by a respiratory infection.

Four Swedish men who attended the event were diagnosed with Legionellosis or pontiac fever, a milder form of Legionnaires disease caused by bacteria that thrives in warm air-conditioning systems.

A fog machine used at the bash could have spread the illness.

Over 700 guests were attending an event on February 3 as part of the annual DOMAINfest Global conference.

Many of the victims started tweeting and posting their symptoms on Facebook and that’s when organizers of the conference noticed a trend.