Hot News This Week is about the news that caught my attention through out this week. I planned to submit this post on this weekend. But my father and I have to go to Kuala Lumpur for my uncle farewell party. He's gonna be supervising a two years project in Dubai. My mum and my older brother (not in the same trip) will also go to Indonesia this weekend. I guess I will be seeing real human being less and less this holiday. Mental note: Will have to hang out with my real friends (not those friends in social networking sites) next week.
Miley Cyrus and Her Photos Scandal
The singer, tells PEOPLE magazine: "My goal in my music and my acting is always to make people happy. For Vanity Fair, I was so honored and thrilled to work with Annie Leibovitz. I took part in a photo shoot that was supposed to be 'artistic' and now, seeing the photographs and reading the story, I feel so embarrassed." A source close to the singer tells PEOPLE that Cyrus is clothed but shown by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz in such a way that that the teen appears to be topless.
A spokesperson for Vanity Fair has defended the publication, saying: "Miley's parents and minders were on the set all day. Since the photo was taken digitally, they saw it on the shoot and everyone thought it was a beautiful and natural portrait of Miley. The article accompanying the pictures quoted Miley as saying the pictures are "really artsy. It wasn't done in a skanky way."
Nevertheless, I think the picture (above) is indeed beautiful. Miley Cyrus should be more concerned about her kissing another girl photos, her posing in bikini, very very sexy photos, pictures with her used to be boyfriend and in her infamous green bra. Well, I sure hope other underage kids (who willing to force their parents to buy a $1200 concert ticket) would not follow their role model step into this path. As I said before. We should all be concerned about this one of the kind kid (her voice is not bad though). Parents, keep a close eye for what your kid's into!
Sex Slave to Her Father For 24 Years
A 73-year-old Austrian man has confessed to imprisoning his daughter in a windowless cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children. A 42-year-old woman had told police on Sunday that her father, Josef Fritzl, lured her into the basement of the block where they lived in the town of Amstetten in 1984 and drugged and handcuffed her before imprisoning her.
"Fritzl has now said that he locked up his daughter for 24 years and that he alone fathered her seven children and that he locked them up in the cellar," Franz Polzer, head of the criminal investigations unit in the province of Lower Austria, said.
For 24 years police thought missing Elisabeth Fritzl had run away from home to join a religious cult. Then, the full sickening horror of her secret life emerged - for all that time she was allegedly held captive in a cellar by her rapist father Joseph by who she had seven children. Astonishingly Elisabeth, 42, lived with three of the youngsters in the 1.7 metre-high dungeon reached through a garage and accessible only by an electronic lock with a special code.
Their captivity emerged after eldest child Kerstin, 19, was taken to hospital unconscious with a mystery illness. Doctors found a note in her pocket from her mum begging for help.
One of her 7 children died at birth, 3 were "adopted" by Josef and her wife (who did not aware of the situation) and the other 3 youngsters were imprison with her mother in the windowless cellar. They never step outside their whole life. Joseph is now under arrest suspected of incest and keeping his daughter in captivity. Talking about putting the devil face in the human body.
The peak of this news was that Josef's wife and his neighbors never realized the captivation. The lack of awareness that is not a typical for the current trend of neighborhood. We barely know our neighbors and vice versa. Sometimes, the only moment we exchange a couples of word are when we throw out the rubbish. Oh wait, that's not being done anymore. Usually in suburban area, we all have a maid to do it for us. Not to mention those endless high fences and never-to-open-windows.
We all did this in the name of "Security", "Privacy" and don't want to be label "Busy Body". In the end, this what happen to the society. We all should be ashamed when we know a crime had been done right in front our nose. Sigh...