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Torz Reynolds, a 26-year-old British woman, had an interesting reaction to her boyfriend cheating on her. She literally cut him off ... or at least the tattoo of his name.

In a heartwarming story worthy of Valentine's Day 2014, she sliced off the ink, then sent the skin to him in the mail, along with a photo of her half-dissected arm.

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Reynolds, of Colchester, UK, said 24-year-old Stuart "Chopper" May claimed he was moving to Alaska to pursue a job, but it turned out he was just shacking up with a new lady.

When Torz found out, she tore him a new one ... and used a scalpel to remove the entire section of skin where the words "Chopper's Bitch" were tattooed on her.

The fact that she had "Chopper's Bitch" inked on her in the first place?

That tells you a lot here. Just saying. Anyway, boy was she PISSED!

Reynolds numbed the area with Vasocaine spray before slicing a rectangle around the area, then using tweezers to peel it off the skin. It's as bad as it sounds.

Or worse. CLICK HERE for the NSFW pic of the removed tattoo.

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When you're a kid, getting a snow day is always exciting.

But for a pair of administrators at the Durham Academy in North Carolina, a scrolling feed at the bottom of the news station wasn't nearly a good enough way to announce it.

Instead, they rewrote Vanilla Ice's classic "Ice Ice Baby" in the best closing announcement ever ...

This video raises so many questions:

  • How long did it take to write this?
  • Have they been planning it for months, just hoping for an ice storm?
  • Why weren't my school administrators so hot yet dorky?
  • Do kids these days even get Vanilla Ice references?
  • How did that guy get an Olympic sweater???

I look forward to future school closing videos. May I suggest the Frozen soundtrack for inspiration?

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As if the Sochi Olympics needed another disappointment, Evgeni Plushenko has withdrawn from competition ... and the sport that made him famous.

With his hands on his heart and a brave smile on his face, the figure skating great was escorted off the ice by his coach moments just into his routine.

The announcer told a shocked audience of his decision.

Evgeni Plushenko Olympics Photo

The 31-year-old skater was one of the most anticipated men's competitors of the games.

He had undergone back surgery in 2013 but had spoken hopefully of his recovery and was trying to add another medal to his collection.

He earned a gold medal in 2006, two silvers in 2002 and 2010, and has already won the team gold medal in Sochi this year.

An AP tweet confirms Plushenko has retired from skating entirely.

To see some more Olympians still in competition in Sochi, check out our gallery of hottest athletes.

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Your Valentine's Day plans maybe romantic but this couple has you beat.

Olympia DeNittis and Michael DeNittis were childhood sweethearts, lifelong friends, and married for 67 years until they died a mere 32 hours apart last week, unaware of the other's passing.

Married Couple

Olympia, 95, had been suffering from pneumonia and was admitted to hospice care when she refused to eat. She passed away Sunday, February 2. around 4:30 a.m.

“I think she was dying of a broken heart, but I also think she wanted to pass first so he wouldn’t have to enter heaven without her there to welcome him,” said her granddaughter AnnMarie McDonald.

“And when my grandmother made up her mind to do something, she did it. She did this as a testament to their love."

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When Colin told his mom Jennifer that he had nobody to invite to his 11th birthday party, Jennifer made her mission to show him that he is not alone. 

Colin, who has a sensory processing disorder similar to Autism and Asperger's, said he didn't want to have a birthday party because he doesn't have any friends. 

Jennifer wanted to do something special for Colin by creating a Facebook page where people could post birthday messages for her him. 

A move she hoped would be a "great surprise" turned out to be even bigger than she imagined. 

The page received over 8,000 likes and tons of birthday greetings from all over the world in the span of one week.

"He's gonna have a lot of friends after this. They may not live by him, but he's going to have a lot of friends," Jennifer says. 

Colin will get to see the page on his birthday, March 9th.

Watch above to check out this inspirational story!

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This can't be real... can it?

A video has gone viral of a camera that allegedly fell out of an airplane, spiraled through the sky and landed in a pig pen. 

It was recording throughout its adventure, which concluded with a curious farm animal taking a few sniffs of the lens and trying to eat the unexpected piece of equipment.

It seems impossible to believe this actually happened. But it also seems impossible to believe anyone would think to stage such ridiculous random footage.

What do you think? Real? Fake?

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The cover girl for the 50th annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue has been revealed, and it's ... Barbie! Yes, the iconic, all-American doll made by Mattel!

Certainly a different choice than what we were expecting:

Barbie, whose tiny waist, endless legs, voluptuous curves and makeup have all sparked controversy of late, is flaunting her famous figure like never before.

Featured alongside supermodels like Christie Brinkley and Brooklyn Decker, Barbie is the cover girl for a campaign Sports Illustrated is calling "unapologetic."

It appears that the Barbie SI cover is not the actual cover, as it says "pomotional overwrap," but reports say it will thus be wrapped around many copies.

The magazine calls the plastic figure, "The doll that started it all."

Lisa McKnight, Mattel's senior vice president of marketing, adds:

"As a legend herself, and under constant criticism about her body and how she looks, posing ... gives Barbie and her fellow legends an opportunity to own who they are."

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A Los Angeles man was apparently arrested on Tuesday after breaking into an LAPD vehicle and taking a laptop from it, which alone would be noteworthy.

Not can-you-freaking-believe-this-happened noteworthy, but still notable. What made this incident far more special, however, are the following factors:

  1. It was all captured on video camera by a local news photographer.
  2. The robber in question was loudly proclaiming his love for Jesus ...
  3. ... While smashing the windows out with construction stakes.
  4. After the break-in, he boots up the thing and starts using it.
  5. Darth Vader was walking by and happened to witness this.

Yes ... the police Force was not there, but the Sith Lord was:

As the laptop heist was taking place, the perp shared, “I love Jesus Christ!” The camera then picked up on the fact that Vader was one of the key witnesses.

A Superman passerby reportedly saw this brazen street crime take place too, but actually told the police that “It’s not my job to jump in the middle.”

Some Man of Steel you are. We'd half expect Darth to video bomb this scene, then turn a blind eye to this sort of thing and let the crook evade capture.

But Superman? Really dude?

Shame. For shame.

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The 2014 Westminster Kennel Club Best in Show honor was handed out on Tuesday night, and a female wire fox terrier named Sky won the coveted crown.

She beat out a field of six runners-up in the event's final round, including a standard poodle that earned the Reserve Best in Show nod for second place.

A bloodhound that consistently drew the loudest applause from the Madison Square Garden crowd was also bested by the unheralded but charismatic Sky.

Sky, formally known as GCH Afterall Painting The Sky, because of course she is, was accompanied in the ring by seasoned handler Gabriel Rangel.

"She's a perfect dog," Rangel said. "When you put her on the table, she's ready to be brushed. When you put on the leash, she's happy and ready to be walked."

Judge Betty Regina Leininger, a veteran show-dog breeder, handler and author in her sixth Westminster judging assignment, made the decision.

"There's something magical that happens, it's hard to put into words," she said. "But it's unmistakable. It's the 'it' factor. I've seen her before, but she was really on.

"This was her night."

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Hours before a police officer allegedly struck Charda Gregory, restrained her and cut off her hair, the 22-year-old woke up at motel, surrounded by strangers.

She had no idea how she had gotten there.

She "flipped out," said her lawyer, Paul Misukewicz, then allegedly damaged the room at the Suez Motel on 8 Mile Rd. in Warren, just north of Detroit.

The cops were called to the scene of the controversy, but not before Gregory ripped a TV out of the wall and smashed it, according to Warren Police.

The saga began a few months ago on the evening of November 13, when Gregory was arrested for the misdemeanor offense of destruction of property.

After police say she kicked out the window of a police car, she was pepper-sprayed and charged with the felony of malicious destruction of police property.

Visibly intoxicated, Gregory was at first combative, Warren Police Deputy Commissioner Louis Galasso, but was cooperative and docile during booking.

Yet at the police station, Warren Police Officer Bernadette Najor struck Gregory on the chest and pushed her, a police video of the booking shows.

The controversial video was uploaded to YouTube by user Bruce MacLeod and also obtained by Misukewicz and WXYZ-TV, who first reported the story.

There is no accompanying audio for the video, but the incident begins at 2:25. Several minutes later, officers can be seen restraining Gregory in a chair (6:15).

Then, for some reason, Najor proceeds to cut out Gregory's sewn-in hair extensions (7:19). It takes three minutes before Najor finishes with the scissors.

Gregory told WXYZ that Najor’s clip job had given her bald spots and that her real hair was ripped out as a result of this. A beautician, hair was her work.

A single mom with a young son, she was detained at the Warren station for 14 days. When she was released, Gregory barely remembered had happened.

She thought she may have been drugged earlier that night when she went to a party, but when he showed her the police booking video, he said she was visibly upset.

When police command found out, Najor was fired.

One of the other officers wrote up the incident, but Najor didn't file other paperwork that's required when police officers use force, according to Galasso.

“I read the police report and was stunned at the very bottom line ... that stated that this person’s hair was cut off,” Galasso said, reviewing the video of the incident.

Najor offered an explanation to officials, saying that cutting Gregory’s hair was necessary to prevent the possible self-harm or destruction of property.

That reasoning didn’t make sense to Misukewicz or command, and Galasso said they found no excuse for Najor’s actions, so they fired the officer.

Galasso said the Warren police officer's union has contested Najor's termination, and an arbitration proceeding will take place in the next few months.

All charges against Gregory were dropped.