NANJING, CHINA AUGUST 23: A FIFA Assistant Referee in action during the 2014 FIFA Girls Summer Youth Olympic Football Tournament Semi Final match between Venezuela and Mexico at Wutaishan Stadium on August 23, 2014 in Nanjing, China. (Photo by Stanley Chou FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
A footballer in Spain has been hit with a one-year ban after trying to hit an assistant referee with his man-hood during a game. A few weeks ago, we brought you the story of the Celtic de Pulianas player who sprinted onto the pitch during CD Abes vs Gabia CF and attempted to assault a female assistant referee with his man-hood. The player, from the Andalusian First Division, felt aggrieved about a decision and, in the 80th minute, took out his man-hood and attempted to slap the assistant referee with it. According to Spanish media outlet Marca, a disciplinary committee decided to punish the player with a one-year suspension of his federation licence, as well as a 468-euro fine for performing a public act of common knowledge which was completely undignified and disrespectful to the assistant referee and the crowd present at the game .
Taking into consideration the social impact and significance of the act and its notorious and blatant nature as criteria, the committee only decided to implement a medium-level punishment to the offender.
A wife gained revenge on her cheating partner by flogging the house while he was away on a business trip. Builder Craig Arnolds returned to the Nuneaton property from New York to find the locks changed and six students in his lounge. Wife Laura, aged 42, had packed her bags and gone. She decided to get even rather than mad after discovering an incriminating message on her partner s iPhone.And she was able to sell the Warwickshire property behind Craig s back because her parents had taken over the mortgage after the pair ran into financial difficulties. The place was flogged within a fortnight through website www.sellhousefast.uk and occupied by University of Warwick students. Laura told The Sunday Mercury: Things aren t great between us at the moment. I could do it because my parents came up with the deposit for our home and when we struggled with the mortgage, they came in. She decided to get even, not mad, after 44-year-old Craig made the cardinal error of forgetting his iPhone six when on many business trips to America.
When the phone flashed an unknown number, suspicious Laura swooped. The steamy message was from an American woman who described the kind of hot reception Craig could expect in New York. It was then she hatched her complex revenge plot.