0 Comments Share Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Prostitution in Austria is legal and regulated. Mueller, who runs other brothels in Germany and Austria, says he is pushing back against what he says is unfair taxation of nearly 4 million euros (over $5 million) in the past decade.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Parents, stop beating yourself up Top Stories VIENNA (AP) — An Austrian brothel is offering a summer special that competitors will find hard to match — free sex. Its owner says it’s his way of protesting a tax squeeze.“Effective immediately: Free Entrance! Free Drinks! Free Sex!” the Pascha bordello writes on its website.The Oesterreich daily quotes owner Hermann Mueller as saying he will pay the women working for him to make up for the money they would normally get from clients. A woman answering the telephone at the establishment confirmed the offer Sunday. She refused to identify herself. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Men’s health affects baby’s health too Sponsored Stories 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall
Lisa Rumer, a local triathlete, Ocean City High School graduate and program supervisor at the Ocean City Aquatics and Fitness Center was featured in an “Up Close and Personal” segment that aired on ESPN Monday night.Rumer is the coach of the USA triathlon team for the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, and one of her athletes, Noah Dellas of Cape May Court House, won a gold medal in the first-time event.The video segment features Rumer, Dellas, Courtney Dreyfus, 18, of Scotch Plains, Union County; Ben Heitmeyer, 25, of Iselin, Middlesex County; and Amy Noctor, 27, of Washington Township, Warren County. The team often trained in Ocean City, where parts of the video were filmed.Watch the video above.Read more:Local Triathlete Wins Gold at Special Olympics World GamesLisa Rumer to Bring Local Triathletes to World Stage.
Former Black Stars forward Augustine Arhinful has stated that he will not put forward his name for the vacant Black Stars job but won’t turn it down if he is approached either.The position became vacant after the Ghana Football Association took the decision to dissolve the technical directorates of all the national teams in both the men and women’s division.In the process Kwesi Appiah lost his job with the rest of the technical handlers.“I’m not going to apply for the black stars job but In the wisdom of the handlers if they think I can do the job and call me, why not”. he stated.He also confirmed that he has all the required certification needed to assume the position.“I’ve successfully acquired all by coaching badges but let see” he added.