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Salim Mehajer’s odd behaviour in prison revealed

Salim Mehajer liked to be naked in his police cell and didn’t like to clean the toilet area, according to a former cellmate.

Mehajer, 31, spent four days locked up in Surry Hills police station after being charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and perverting the course of justice over an October car crash while he was on his way to court to answer an assault charge.

An interview in The Australian with the former cellmate Alex Arnold, 40, provides the best insight yet to how the controversial figure is coping as a prisoner.

“He was really, really lonely,” Mr Arnold said. “He said he was going to neck himself if they didn’t move someone in.

“I don’t know if it was a figure of speech but he had some serious depression.”

As a result, he said Mehajer talked a lot — which he didn’t mind — but he took issue with some of his other behaviour.

“He was lying around in just a towel with no underwear,” Mr ­Arnold said. “Like one of those Egyptians.”

But that was nothing compared with his lack of cleaning. The tiny cell had two beds and a toilet area, that stunk of faeces and urine.

“He should have done what he could to clean it but he was sleeping around half-nude so I cleaned it with bedsheets and two towels.”

–Read more here.

Salim Mehajer will be back in court tomorrow. Picture: Ben Rushton/AAP

Salim Mehajer will be back in court tomorrow. Picture: Ben Rushton/AAPSource:AAP


Raw chicken paralysis risk for pets

Raw chicken is a popular treat that many pet owners give their dogs from time to time but giving your pup a chicken neck to chew on could have deadly consequences, a new study reveals.

Researchers from the University of Melbourne’s U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital have found that eating raw chicken exponentially increases the risk of dogs developing a paralysing and sometimes fatal condition.

Dogs are 70 times more likely to suffer from the debilitating condition known as acute polyradiculoneuritis (APN) if they eat raw chicken, particularly chicken necks.

The bacteria Campylobacter, which can be found in undercooked chicken, is being considered a trigger for APN.

APN causes weakness in the hind legs that can spread to the front legs, neck, head and face and lead to full paralysis.

Researchers recommend that pet owners use regular dog food over raw chicken until more research is completed.

Consumption of raw chicken increases the risk of dogs developing paralysing acute polyradiculoneuritis (APN) by more than 70 times, according to new research led by our U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital:

— Faculty of Vet & Ag (@FVASunimelb) February 5, 2018


Burger chain labelled ‘racist’ for not liking pugs

A UK burger chain restaurant has caused major outrage, with people accusing the shop of racism after making a post on their Facebook page that suggested they don’t like pugs.

Solita in Manchester copped numerous one star ratings on Tripadvisor after a tongue-in-cheek pet photo competition left some pet owners less than impressed.

“It’s been ages since we had a Sunday night pet photo comp ... usual rules apply, best pic of your pet. No pugs, rabbits or rats. (We don’t like them) Best pic wins lunch for 2,” the Facebook post read.

But people did not like the exclusion of their beloved pugs, rabbits and rats, with over 500 one-star reviews and a flood of complaints left as a result.

“Racist towards my rats. Rude. All they wanted is food,” one pet owner wrote.

“If you’re this quick (and public) to discriminate against certain populations of animals, it can be rightfully ascertained that you probably do likewise with certain populations of human beings,” another said.

One commenter added: “Discrimination is unacceptable, whether ‘tongue in cheek’ or not. There is no place for it in society.”

In response to the backlash, a director for Solita said they often run similar lighthearted competitions, saying they have previously excluded reptiles with no complaints.

“It wasn’t our intention to offend any person or animal, and we apologise wholeheartedly if we have upset anyone,” he said.

“However, we believe that leaving one-star reviews to a business that employs 200 local people is unfair. The vast majority of people do see the funny side. Also, one of our directors owns a pug.”


Kindergarten kids to be taught about sexting

Children in daycare and kindergarten are set to be taught by police about online predators and sexting as victims of these crimes are becoming increasingly younger.

Police have been left shocked after discovering that children as young as four have been uploading sexually explicit images online.

The ThinkUKnow cyber training program run by Australian Federal Police will target children in daycare up to those in Year 2.

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