Last week an Ethopian man beheaded his wife, slit their kids throat and killed himself. This week we have Indian man who had some jealousy issues.
A Queens man knifed his wife to death, admitted to the slaying in a text message to her sister, and then hanged himself from a nearby tree on Friday night, law enforcement sources said.
Well that was thoughtful of him I guess.
The suspect, who was not immediately identified, killed his 27-year-old wife at a home on Albert Road near Whitelaw Street in Ozone Park, the sources said.
He then texted the woman’s sister to tell her his wife was dead inside the house — and that there was a spare key under a flower pot, police sources added. The sister rushed to the home at around 7:30 p.m. and used the key to get inside — where she discovered the body.
Donne Dojoy (right) with her husband, Dineshwan Budhidat
It was a real-life Bollywood horror story.Indeed.
A Queens monster who fatally stabbed his beautiful bartender wife and then hanged himself from a tree was insanely jealous of a “rival” thousands of miles away: megastar Indian actor Hrithik Roshan, her grieving friends told The Post on Saturday.
Donne Dojoy, 27, was enthralled by the Hindi heartthrob’s soulful performances and lissome dancing — an innocent infatuation that sent her husband, Dineshwar Budhidat, 33, into fits of rage, the pals said.
“She told me when she was at home watching a movie or listening to a song [with Roshan in it], he would ask her to take it off because he would get so jealous,” said Mala Ramdhani, 52, a karaoke singer at Gemini’s Ultra Lounge in Ozone Park, where Dojoy tended bar.
This kind of jealousy is hard to believe. I have from high school whose first wife was a couple points below this level. My friend was an admirer of Pamela Anderson and his GF then later wife ( then later still ex-wife) was insane levels of jealous over this. So much so that he had to hide a copy of the movie Barbed Wire behind the water heater in their apartment for fear she would fine it and watch when she was at work. When he mentioned Anderson , his wife would get violent. As you can imagine she was pleasant to be around.
It was a violent weekend in HK again. With Bullets and BBQ.
In one of the most gruesome videos to emerge from Hong Kong’s increasingly violent protests, an unidentified man was set on fire during an argument on the street in Hong Kong.
The older man, seen in the video wearing a green shirt, reportedly
helped chase demonstrators from a train station as they worked to
disrupt the Monday morning commute. As the crowd started to disperse,
the man was filmed arguing with young people who appear to be supporters
of the protesters.
According to the South China Morning Post,
the video shows the man, who is bleeding, walking away from the group
and shouting “You are not Chinese.” A member of the group responds: “We
are Hong Kongers” as the man walks away. Then, a shouted insult prompts
him to return and confront the younger demonstrators.
As the man starts arguing once again with the crowd, a person dressed in black and wearing a face mask runs up from behind him and douses the man in a clear liquid. He then lights the man on fire with a lighter, instantly engulfing him in flames.
The incident occurred shortly before 1 pm on a footbridge, SCMP said.
The man was recovering in a city hospital, and was in critical
condition. Chinese media denounced his attackers as rioters, a term used
often on the mainland to criticize and attack protesters.
Afterward, Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam said during a press
conference on Monday that these “riotous acts have surpassed the five
demands & are the enemy of the people.”
Monday marked one of the most violent episodes to take place
during the week, disrupting the morning commute as HK’s MTR public
transit shut down several stations.
Hong Kong police opened fire and hit at least one protester on Monday
according to multiple news sources, as chaos erupted across the city a
day after officers fired tear gas to break up demonstrations that are
entering their sixth month.
Police fired live rounds at protesters on the eastern side of Hong
Kong island, and local Cable TV said one protester was wounded when
police opened fire. Video footage showed a protester lying in a pool of blood with his eyes wide open.
Police also pepper-sprayed and subdued a woman nearby as plastic crates
were thrown at officers, the video shared on social media showed.
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A longer clip of the shooting is below. Reader discretion advised.
The shot protester is said in critical condition, according to CableTB.
Riot police soon appeared after the shooting, helping the traffic officers subdue the protesters according to RTHK.
Angry people started demanding explanations for the shooting, but were
pepper sprayed by riot police. A woman who continued to confront the
officers was thrown to the ground, then subdued, as the enraged crowd
threw objects at the officers and cursed them.
An ambulance arrived around six minutes after the shooting, by which
time the first man who was shot appeared to be barely moving, lying in a
pool of blood. The camera operator was by this time sobbing as he
recounted the shooting to his audience.
Following the shooting, police cordoned off the area, but a large
crowd of many hundreds of people quickly gathered at the intersection,
yelling abuse at the officers, many of them extremely emotional. Police
ordered them to leave immediately, only to be ignored. Officers then
used pepper spray on the crowd. Some then left, and officers rushed
forward to arrest a few of them.
Police issued a statement saying that radical protesters had set up
barricades at multiple locations across the city and warned the
demonstrators to “stop their illegal acts immediately.” They did not
comment immediately on the apparent shooting.
Services on some train and subway lines were alsodisrupted early on
Monday, with riot police deployed near stations and shopping malls. Many
universities cancelled classes on Monday and there were long traffic
jams in some areas.
Monday’s violence followed a 24th straight weekend of anti-government
unrest as activists blocked roads and trashed shopping malls across
Hong Kong’s New Territories and Kowloon peninsula.
Today’s chaos follows the death last Friday of Hong Kong University
of Science and Technology student Chow Tsz-lok, days after he fell in a
car park near a police dispersal operation where tear gas had been
Protesters are angry about what they see as police brutality and meddling by Beijing in the former British colony’s freedoms, guaranteed by the “one country, two systems” formula put in place when the territory returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Meanwhile, China has repeatedly warned that continued violence could be met with a ground invasion of Hong Kong, although so far Beijing has demonstrated an unwillingness to escalate.
It never fails to amuse me what some guys will do on their guns. Dude was talking about the military side sling adapter on the Colt 6920 ( M4 carbine). This is a gun that is made for hard use. Rarely do they even leave the factory looking pristine, In fact they are semi famous for not being. They are combat guns. Meant to be used hard. The side sling adapter is loose for a reason. It can be swapped from left to right. This guys advice is right up there with the O ring around the front upper take down lug to stop wiggle, zipties around KAC rail panels so they are tight and butting stick backed velcro or black tape over the brass deflector because those jerks at colt made the gun where brass hits it when you shoot and messes up the fit and finish with brass marks! I censored the group name out because it is a very good group otherwise full of knowledgeable and serious experts and collectors. I don’t want anyone to think this is normal for said group or to spread can shim dude all over the web.
Back in 2009-2010 I was shooting some of the The Tula Branded ammo. This is the steel cased .223 stuff they started selling under their own name. I was about 50 yards away from steel falling plates and gong targets when this happened.
A 55 grain bullet from the Tula came straight back and hit me in the face. Right on my left cheek bone. I knew I was in trouble immediately as you can imagine. Now yes, the targets were not cratered, they are the proper steel and all of that. but sometimes things happen. I think the lower velocity of the junk ammo did not move the targets enough to deflect nor cause the bullet to fragment.
I felt thae blood pouring down my face mixed with the pain but got a bandage on it quick. It was about 200 yards walk back to my home to be able to look in a mirror. Boy did I dread that. It felt like, and I was positive a big flap of skin was hanging down and I was in for some serious ER time. Luckily that wasn’t the case. Picking tiny bits of metal out of the wound was no fun though.
This wasn’t the first or even the tenth time I had taken a ricochet to my body or even my head. I shoot A LOT, and when you shoot a lot over decades,you sometimes have things happen. I have taken a AK slug to the ribs, a 00 buck round to my front chest, a .45 ACP round took off the top of my right ear, jacket from a 10mm round in the neck and scalp, a 5.45 round to the thigh a lead 32 to the chest and more than I can recall off the top of my head. These fired from me or some one else while at the range at a variety of targets. I know this seems like a lot and it is. But if you knew how much I shoot every year for 30 plus years, you would see that statistically it’s not so much. Or probably I am just really unlucky. Howard has been shot in a war, I get hit by ricochets and stray rounds by chance. No matter how careful we are these things can happen.
This is why you got to protect those eyes. Some bullet proof underwear seems like a good idea too.