May 1, am Updated May 1, am. A Florida man with extensive full-body tattoos who allegedly drugged, abducted and sexually battered a woman in a run-down camper earlier this year has been arrested, the local sheriff announced Thursday. Efthimios Michael Zachary Mikedis, also known as Zak, a year-old from Ocklawaha, allegedly attacked the victim with an accomplice on Jan. When the victim regained consciousness, Mikedis allegedly burned her hair with a cigarette and held a pair of scissors to her throat before beating her, dragging her to a waiting car and eventually letting her go at a Winn-Dixie parking lot. Investigators have identified the second man as Robert McDaniel. The victim told him she no longer wanted the ride, according to authorities, but Mikedis ordered her into the vehicle. Then he allegedly forced an unknown substance down her throat, pinned her to the floor, drove to a residence and brought her to a camper parked on the property, police said. Mikedis faces one count of sexual battery and is being held in the Marion County Jail, authorities said.
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Halloween is upon us and as always, there's sure to be the usual murderer's row of creative-outfit skankiness — including but not limited to debauched nurse, sexy cat, indecent-cat nurse, trampy-nurse cat, easy veterinarian, slutty cat sitter, cat-enthusiast escort, escort for cat enthusiasts, cat madam, bunny hooker, real-life, full-on prostitute, etc. I'm hearing some buzz that the big outfit this year will be the Lewd Ebola Patient. It's where you go as this new-school, working-girl Typhoid Mary dressed in very little and then drive all the men crazy — by liquefying their insides. It's a costume that says, "Hey, I'm deathly ill and willing to go all the way. Fairly self-explanatory. You fight for ISIS while being promiscuous with a high number of men or women, and possibly a goat. Although — and this is a gentle warning — portraying anything terrorist-related generally is a touchy situation, especially if you're portraying yourself as a terrorist hooker. Maybe keep this a backup plan. The Onion's version of Joe Biden. You drive a Trans Am and enjoy a few cold brews, some nice tunes and a tasty senorita by your side.
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Dubai tourists have to follow different rules when in the country that differ from western countries. Drinking in public and public displays of affection are against the law and could see hefty fines or prison sentences. However, they must not have anything deemed offensive such as rude words, naked bodies or profane images. The General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowment can ban tourists for life however if the tattoo is deemed offensive in extreme cases. However, tattoos are deemed a form of self-injury, something which is forbidden in Islamic culture. While many believe it is illegal to get a tattoo in the UAE, there is no law prohibiting it. Reddit users took to the forum to reveal their experiences of being in the country while having tattoos. Dubai travellers are not allowed to enter the country if they are under years-old by themselves. A new law brought in this year dictates minors must have a letter from their guardian as well as have somewhere to stay in the country.
A journalist is aided by a young female hacker in his search for the killer of a woman who has been dead for forty years. Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Her body was never found, yet her uncle suspects murder and that the killer is a member of his own tightly knit but dysfunctional family. He employs disgraced financial journalist Mikael Blomkvist and the tattooed, ruthless computer hacker Lisbeth Salander to investigate. When the pair link Harriet's disappearance to a number of grotesque murders from almost forty years ago, they begin to unravel a dark and appalling family history; but, the Vangers are a secretive clan, and Blomkvist and Salander are about to find out just how far they are prepared to go to protect themselves. In Stockholm, Mikael Blomkvist is a leftist journalist who's lost a libel case brought by a right-wing industrialist who set him up. While he awaits his jail sentence, a fading CEO hires him to find out who if anyone murdered his niece who disappeared 40 years ago. It happened on an island with few suspects, almost all members of the magnate's family. Mikael combs through files and news photos, interviews the investigator, and gets unanticipated help from Lisbeth Salander, a computer hacker with few social skills, a checkered childhood, and an abusive court-appointed guardian, the first of several men we meet who hate women.