Anyone who chooses to have sex in a public place likely isn’t scared of having an audience. But the crowd that a man and woman allegedly attracted on Tuesday ended up landing them behind bars.
Twenty-five police officers were taking part in a bike training program  Tuesday afternoon. The annual, week-long program provides bike-riding training to officers from several departments. The officers were riding their bikes around 4 p.m. when they say they stumbled upon 41-year-old Jennifer Harvey and 37-year-old Richard McBride.
Despite the 92-degree weather, police say the two were having sex on a park bench near a baseball diamond.
“There they are, right on the first base line,”  said one of the cops,” “There’s a bench, she is bent over the bench and our friend is behind her with his pants down to his ankle.”
While no children were around at the time, the officers arrested the duo and charged them both with open lewdness and disorderly conduct.
“Imagine being arrested by 25 cops,” a spokesman said. “They were as shocked as the police were.”
By far the most embarrassing moment came when the suspects were taken to jail on the handlebars of a bike!
A supervisor at a Quebec IGA store who told a 17-year-old employee to only speak French on the premises has been suspended.
Store owner Louise Menard said Thursday she had suspended the head of human resources, who was recorded saying the employee break room would become a “ghetto” if languages other than French were spoken.
Menard chalked up the incident to a miscommunication.
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224Hey! I am sitting in my office writing this blog, when a little fawn went bouncing right past my window not more than five feet away!

I think it smiled at me!
LONDON – Britain may allow a controversial technique to create babies using DNA from three people, a move that would help couples avoid passing on rare genetic diseases, the country’s top medical officer says.
The new techniques help women with faulty mitochondria, the energy source in a cell, from passing on to their babies defects that can result in such diseases as muscular dystrophy, epilepsy, heart problems and mental retardation. About one in 200 children is born every year in Britain with a mitochondrial disorder.
For a woman with faulty mitochondria, scientists take only the healthy genetic material from her egg or embryo. They then transfer that into a donor egg or embryo that still has its healthy mitochondria but has had the rest of its key DNA removed. The fertilized embryo is then transferred into the womb of the mother.
 After days of recurring storms, as much as a month’s worth of rain is expected to have fallen over southwestern Ontario by tonight, and much of southern part of the province is under a flood watch as a result.

The situation isn’t as grave as it was in southern Alberta, just a week ago, mainly because there’s no Rocky Mountains for this weather system to try to climb.
BN3hqyoCMAA77DGHowever, forecasters are calling for up to 50 mm of rainfall today from this slow-moving weather system (which is, on average, about as much as the city of Kitchener-Waterloo gets for the entire month of June). Rainfall warnings were initially issued this morning, stretching from the central shores of Lake Erie up to the Bruce Peninsula (although they’ve been called off since), and there are plenty of severe thunderstorm warnings popping up, here and there, across southwestern Ontario due to stronger storm cells ‘embedded’ in the bands of rain.
As of this afternoon, images of torrential rainfall started showing up on Twitter, along with reports of heavy rainfall across southwestern Ontario, including (but not limited to) Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and parts of Toronto.
[ Related: Severe flooding shuts down Toronto’s Don Valley Parkway ]
With the rain amounts forecast only around 2 inches, that may not seem like a lot, but just like what happened in Alberta, it all comes down to how much versus how long.
With this ‘small’ amount of rain falling over an equally ‘small’ amount of time, you’re already going to have some issues with how much the ground can soak up. Add to that the fact that Ontario has seen persistent recurring storms over the past several days, which means that the ground is already nearly saturated, and so most of that water is going to end up flowing directly into streams and rivers.
This is why the Ministry of Natural Resources issued a flood watch for most of southern Ontario.
Based on what’s coming in from social media sources, it looks like Kitchener-Waterloo and the surrounding area is seeing the heaviest downpours, as people post reports of flooding and people having to abandon their cars in the streets, and their backyards flooding in only 15 minutes.