Overnight Briefing & General Reality Check - Aug 18, 2016
August 18, 2016
Forget about a tummy tuck, boob job or having fillers injected into your face. The hottest new plastic surgery trend is to give your belly button a once-over and Dr. MATTHEW SCHULMAN tells Women's Health magazine he's seen a "surge" of patients that want to turn their outies into innies. The procedure takes anywhere from 15-to-45-minutes, there's very little discomfort after the operation and it will set you back about $3,500. Hope you really, really want an innie if you go for it --the surgery is irreversible. (Lee)
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Target is changing their bathrooms to accommodate transgender individuals who want to use the restrooms that match their gender identity. The company announced yesterday that it's putting in single-stall bathrooms in most of its locations by March of next year.
The new bathrooms will reportedly cost Target $20-million dollars.
There is no end to "Bieber Fever." In addition to his Purpose tour pop-up shops in collaboration with Bravado, and his collections at both Barneys and Urban Outfitters, The Hollywood Reportersays JUSTIN BIEBER is also launching a Forever 21 collection. Prices for the Justin Bieber for Forever 21 line will be a bit more affordable than his other collections. All short and long sleeve t-shirts retail for under $35. The Bieber's new stuff hits Forever 21 stores August 29th. (Bartha)
Drive too fast in America, get a ticket. Do it in Germany and this happens.
A driver in Neubrandenburg was attacked by an angry pedestrian Wednesday for allegedly going too fast. As the 47-year-old BMW driver pulled into a parking space, a pedestrian yelled at him to "slow down." When he didn't, that pedestrian allegedly beat his car with a giant sausage --leaving a dent. Nobody was injured but the pedestrian is accused by police of causing property damage. (Still)
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