Kelly Booth had been thrown out of a bar before she exposed herself to a group of men. A woman exposed herself and performed a sex act using a water bottle after allegedly being encouraged by bar workers during a night out. Magistrates were told that after being refused entry from DV8 bar in Bridge Street, Booth returned to Voodoo Bar in Friars Gate, where she had been earlier in the night. Simon Pover, prosecuting, said she was escorted outside due to her drunken state after 1am and began to dance, before flashing at a group of men, including staff from Voodoo Bar. He said she was then handed a bottle of water by one staff member and shortly after used the bottle to perform a sexual act, before simulating sex with one of the onlookers, the Liverpool Echo reports. The court heard the group of men surrounding her allegedly encouraged her actions, and laughed throughout the incident.
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Carrots When I lived with my conservative Asian parents I was too scared to have sex toys in case my mum found them, so I used to masturbate using a carrot wrapped in kitchen cling film. From the kitchen: Cucumbers, bananas, celery, corn on the cob, meat pounder tenderizer? Everywhere else: Toy sword, water balloons, vacuum not as a dildo, but it still warrants a place here , gear stick, trophy, the handle side of a baseball bat, play station controller, remote, costume jewelry. Super Classy I worked at an adult toy shop with a woman who was into vaginal stretching. She would boast about the fact that she could sit on a beer can.
This year's biology prize went to a pair of biologists who discovered that "a certain kind of beetle mates with a certain kind of Australian beer bottle," as their award stated. We realize you may have some questions about this "discovery," so we caught up with the researchers, David Rentz from Kuranda, Australia, and Darryl Gwynne of the University of Toronto, to find out more. Darryl Gwynne: We did this study in Australia plus years ago. David and I have been waiting by the phone for two decades for the phone to ring, and it finally happened. David Rentz: It was called "beetles on the bottle," and it was a serendipitous study where we just observed large male beetles in Western Australia trying to mate with discarded beer bottles along the side of the road.