Tuesday, 27 November 2012
SEXIEST..I LIKE(HOT OR NOT)
What do you think of her 'Then and Now' cover for "Shape" magazine? http://eonli.ne/T6mX1r
Justin Bieber's bold fashion OR should he ditch this outfit for good?
Jennifer Lawrence looks stunning and sultry at a screening for her flick, "The Silver Linings Playbook."
Do you "LIKE" the star's sexed-up style?
Seriously Ill obese American woman dies in Hungary after airlines say she's too fat to fly to get medication
A U.S woman died on holiday in Hungary after being refused a seat on three flights back to New York because she was too heavy to fly, according to her husband.
Vilma Soltesz, 56, from New York, had weighed about 425lbs, had only one leg and used a wheelchair
She died from health complications in Hungary nine days after she was kicked off the first of three flights and now her death could now be the cause of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the airlines.
Mr Soltesz said his wife was already seated on the plane when they were asked to leave by KLM.
Struggle: In Prague although a local fire department were brought into to help move Mr Soltesz into three seats assigned to her, they could not lift her out of the wheelchair
She had gained weight due to her illness and the airline said it did not have a seat-belt extender for her, Mr Soltesz said.
Predicament: Mrs Soltesz had gained weight due to her illness and the airline said it did not have a seat-belt extender for her according to her husband
But in Prague, Delta staff told the couple the airline’s plastic wheelchair could not hold her weight and
the staff also couldn’t put her on the sky-lift elevator.
The couple, who were born in Hungary, were forced to return to their holiday home until their New York travel agent managed to get them on an October 22 Lufthansa flight to New York via Frankfurt, which would be able to accommodate her size.
Sue: Mrs Soltesz died from health complications in Hungary nine days after she was kicked off the first of three flights and now her death could now be the cause of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the airlines
After half an hour of trying to move her, the captain asked them to leave the plane.
'We had 140 passengers on board, and they had connections and needed to travel,' said Lufthansa spokesman Nils Haupt.
'The question was never the seat belt. The question was the mobility of the passenger.'
But when they returned to their holiday home again to make alternative arrangement Mrs Soltesz became more poorly.
Difficulty: Mrs Soltesz struggling to get in the car
Now attorney Holly Ostrov Ronai, who is considering a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the airlines accusing them of violating laws protecting the disabled.
'It appeared on the passenger’s return that it was not physically possible for her to board the aircraft, despite every effort made by KLM to this end. A seat or belt extender did not offer a solution, either,' said KLM spokeswoman Ellen van Ginkel to the website.
'After the operating carrier in Budapest was physically unable to board Mrs. Soltesz on its flight, and despite a determined good-faith effort by Delta in Prague, we were also physically unable to board her on our aircraft,' said Delta spokesman Russel Cason to the New York Post
The actor said in an interview with Bella Naija a few days back that he married his wife after she got pregnant because he didn't want to have children out of wedlock...but people are interpreting that to to mean he married her out of pity. The actor is not happy about the latest insinuations. Read his tweetsfrom down up...
What Joseph Benjamin told BN
What really happened in his marriage? “I was married for 8 years. It was a rather odd situation at that time. She got pregnant and I didn’t want to have a child out of wedlock and so I married her so we could build a home together, even though we had given birth to the first child. Things weren’t rosy then, but I believed it was the right thing to do for the sake of the child. I overlooked my own personal desires, I just wanted to do right. Our second child came and I stood by my family like I always have; but no one is perfect, we had our issues – the crisis persisted but we stayed because of the kids. But you never make that kind of decision because if the parents are not happy together then the children suffer.“
“I’ll also like to correct a misconception – she is not older than me, and she wasn’t taking care of my financial needs as people have insinuated. We were both starting off in life on the same grounds – no one was exploited.”