Cheating Lover Busted By TripAdvisor

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May 22, 2017

A Woman Finds Out Her Hotel Manager Fiancé Is Cheating -Through TripAdvisor Reviews

41-year-old Melanie Sheard from Doncaster, England went on a vacation to Turkey and she met a 32-year-old hotel manager named Pablo.

They hit it off so well that she kept going back to Turkey to see him, and eventually he proposed to her.  Since she had a lot of money and he didn't, she paid for her own engagement ring.  She didn't care, because they were in love.

Then, a few months ago, she was reading TripAdvisor reviews of his hotel and she noticed SEVERAL women talking about how they hooked up with the manager, or that the hotel was bad because the manager was too busy hooking up.

She tracked down some of those women on Facebook, and they all confirmed the hotel manager they got together with was Pablo.  So Melanie just DUMPED him. 

She says, quote, "I never thought TripAdvisor would be where I'd go to find out if my partner was being unfaithful, he just wanted me for my money." 

Click here to see a picture of Melanie and Pablo.


Teachers Give a Student With ADHD an Award For "Most Likely to Not Pay Attention"

It's almost like these teachers WANTED to get fired.

Two teachers at Memorial Middle School in Conyers, Georgia gave out some end-of-the-year AWARDS at an assembly last week.  One of the awards was "Most Likely to Not Pay Attention."

And . . . they gave it to a 14-year-old girl with ADHD.  When she took the trophy home and told her mom what happened, her mom flipped out.

The school wound up apologizing and they said the two teachers who gave the award won't be returning next year.  It's not clear if they were fired or they were, um, strongly encouraged to resign, but either way they're gone. 


A Stray Pit Bull Who Was Going to be Put Down Just Became a Police Dog

A few months ago, a stray pit bull wound up at an animal shelter in Marysville, Ohio. 

The staff named him Leonard and they wanted to find him a home . . . but he was too aggressive.  So he was scheduled to be PUT DOWN.

But then, the director of the center realized Leonard wasn't just an out-of-control aggressive pit bull . . . he just had a lot of energy that needed to be channeled.  So he contacted a police dog training center to see if they'd give him a shot.

They took in Leonard and they found they were quickly able to train him.  Now, he has a JOB at the police department in Clay Township, in western Ohio . . . and he just started his new life in their K9 unit this weekend.  Click here to see some photos