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Charles Ramsey, a Cleveland dishwasher who happened to be in the right place at the right time to help rescue Amanda Berry, has become a viral video star.

In a WEWS-TV interview candidly and colorfully recounting how he found three missing women and freed them from captivity, Ramsey's own words say it all:

Some of his best quotes:

  • "I was sitting there, eating my McDonald's. I heard screaming. I went outside and saw this girl going nuts trying to get out of her house."
  • "Bro, I knew something was wrong when a pretty little white girl ran into a black man’s arms. Something is wrong here."
  • "You've got some big testicles to pull this kind of thing off, bro, because we see this dude every day. I mean every day."
  • "There’s nothing exciting about him. Well, until today."

Soon after Ramsey helped Amanda Berry escape, police arrested three Cleveland kidnapping suspects, all brothers, in the high-profile abductions.

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Wesley Warren Jr. watched his scrotum swell into a 134-pound mass in the last five years. It hung down to his ankles. He could barely walk anymore.

How did such a thing happen?

Poor Fella

"I quickly sat up on the side of the bed after bursting out of a nightmare," said Warren, 48, recalling a fluke, mid-sleep motion that "slammed" his right testicle.

"I felt the most enormous amount of pain."

The pain quickly subsided, but the nightmare had just begun. The scrotum began to swell, and swell, and swell. And swell. And anitbiotics had no effect.

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Delaware became the 11th U.S. State to legalize same-sex marriage Tuesday following a lengthy debate and a close vote in its legislative body.

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A half hour after the 12-9 State Senate vote, Gov. Jack Markell (D) signed the legislation into law on the main stairs in the lobby of Legislative Hall.

Sens. Bethany Hall-Long (D) and Catherine Cloutier (R), the lone GOP yes vote, provided the crucial swing votes in favor of the gay marriage legislation.

Delawareans will be able to enter into same-sex marriages July 1, and existing same-sex civil unions in Delaware can also be converted to marriages.

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The identities of the three men taken into custody for abducting Amanda Berry and two other women more than a decade ago have been revealed.

Authorities arrested Ariel Castro, 52, and his brothers, Pedro Castro, 54, and Onil Castro, 50, who officials believe assisted their brother.

Castro Brothers Mug Shots

Amanda Berry, 27, Georgina "Gina" DeJesus, 23, and Michele Knight, 32, all vanished in separate incidents near their Cleveland homes from 2002-2004.

Incredibly, the three missing women were found alive last night.

Berry escaped from Ariel Castro's home about 6 p.m. with the help of neighbor Charles Ramsey. She called police, who rescued DeJesus and Knight.

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A woman who died after falling off a cliff in France was reportedly eaten by vultures in just 45 minutes, before rescue workers were able to get to her body.

Vulture pic

The 52-year-old woman was hiking with two friends in the French Pyrenees on April 14 when she fell off a cliff and plunged more than 980 feet to her death.

At that point, the woman's body was eaten by vultures in minutes.

“There were only bones, clothes and shoes left on the ground,” Major Didier Pericou told The Times of London. "They took 45 to 50 minutes to eat the body."

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Lt. Col. Jeff Krusinski, the officer tasked with curtailing sexual assault within the U.S. Air Force, has been arrested in Virginia ... for sexual assault.

Jeff Krusinski Mug Shot

Krusinski, 41, has been charged with sexual battery. He was drunk when he grabbed a woman's breasts and buttocks in a parking lot, police said.

The Air Force has recently come under scrutiny after a slew of sexual assault cases were reported at one of its primary training centers in Texas.

"The victim fought the suspect off as he attempted to touch her again and alerted police," police said after the bust, which occurred early Monday.

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Amanda Berry, one of the three women found alive Monday after vanishing a decade ago, embraced her sister during an emotional reunion in Cleveland.

It was a moment her family held out hope for against all odds.

Amanda Berry Photo

Berry, 27, met her older sister, Beth Serrano, at the hospital.

Her incredible escape from a home where she and two other women were apparently held against their will by three brothers made national news.

Also hospitalized is a 6-year-old girl whom Amanda Berry reportedly gave birth to while in captivity. Berry was reported missing on April 21, 2003.

After leaving her job at a Burger King the day before her 17th birthday, Amanda was never seen again until yesterday, when she miraculously emerged.

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San Francisco is the latest city to take issue with Monster.

In a lawsuit filed against the company Monday, City Attorney Dennis Herrera said Monster Beverage is the "worst offender" of all the energy drinks that target children in their ads.

Monster Cans

His legal action follows Monster actually suing Herrera last week due to his demands that it bring down the level of caffeine in its drinks.

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A 12-year-old who called out a cop for parking illegally in Las Vegas has become a viral video star after he questioned the officer about his parking job.

The adolescent, identified only as Jeremy, reportedly videotaped the officer after he observed him parking his motorcycle on a sidewalk, not the street.

The boy, bewildered by the cop's illegal parking, asked the officer: "Is there a reason for you to park on the sidewalk? Is it an emergency or anything?"

The officer refused to answer and walked away, but Jeremy continued to hound the officer over it, asking him for his police badge identification number.

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Three young women who went missing separately about a decade ago were found alive Monday in the same home just south of downtown Cleveland.

They had likely been tied up during years of captivity, said police, who arrested three men - all brothers - for the abductions that took place from 2002-2004.

Teens Found

One of the women who had been missing for the better part of a decade said she had been abducted and told a 911 dispatcher in a frantic call, "I'm free now."

Crowds gathered on the street near the home where the city's police chief said he thought Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight had been held.

They were in their teens or early 20s when they vanished.

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