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Cruise ship denied entry into St Lucia harbour today

CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC) St Lucia Saturday denied a cruise ship with more than 3,000 passengers on board entry in the Castries Harbour after health authorities confirmed that some passengers were experiencing respiratory tract infections.

But the Department of Health & Wellness denied reports that there may have been cases of the deadly coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that has killed more than 200 people in China and which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared a global health emergency.

The vessel, the AIDAPERLA with close to 3,300 passengers was scheduled to dock at the Castries Harbour at about 8:00 am (local time). Built in 2017, it currently sails under the flag of Italy and its last port of call was in Kingstown, St Vincent. ...... (more)


Man Arrested for Trying to Pay for Prostitute With Hamburger

Police arrested Dominic Calderon on Tuesday for solicitation after he allegedly attempted to pay an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute with a hamburger.

KRQE reported that Calderon, a 36-year-old registered sex offender was riding his bicycle on Central Avenue in Albuquerque on the evening of January 28 when he spotted the female officer. He approached her and asked how much it would be for a sexual encounter.

The pair agreed on a price, but Calderon told the officer that he could not pay it because he did not get paid from his job until Friday. He then asked for her phone number so he could enjoy her services later, KRQE reported.

The officer noticed that Calderon was carrying a bag from Chili's, according to The Smoking Gun, and asked him what was inside. He told her that it was a hamburger. At that point, the officer proposed that her fee could be the burger instead of cash. .............(more)


Florida man pumps gas through a fishing pole slot on his boat

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Mistakenly putting the fuel pump into a fishing pole holder, a Florida man pumped $60 worth of gas onto the deck of his boat and on the ground of a gas station, officials said.

The gasoline mishap happened on Monday near Orlando, Orange County Fire Rescue spokesman Mike Jachles said on Twitter.

The gas flowed from the fishing pole holder and onto the deck of the 24-foot vessel. The 31-year-old man didn't notice the mistake right away and pumped $60 of fuel. ....... (more)


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